Foreign News: An Indian's Journey

Last week, news came from Darjeeling in the Province of Bengal that Chitta Ranjan Das, the famous Indian Nationalist, was dead. His career and what it meant to India:

Birth. In the days when Calcutta was the capital of India,* a beturbaned servant entered the High Court where Bhuban Mohan Das, an attorney, was declaiming the law. It took some time before the lawyer could be persuaded to give ear to his excited servant, who was vainly struggling to enter the courtroom. When at last he came...

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