INDIA: Tea Amid Terror

Riots and demonstrations throughout India last week showed that the spreading ripple of St. Gandhi's movement for independence (TIME, March 24, et seq.) has widened to reach Peshawar near the remote Afghan frontier.

In protest against British firing on a mob at Peshawar, a funeral procession of 60 coffins was staged last week, but when British police poked the corpses about half of them leaped from their coffins, ran. Magnificent was the restraint of police at Bombay, where thousands of St. Gandhi's sympathizers were allowed to parade past the great stone arch called...

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