Radio: Dauntless

India is a fabulous place and Indian radio runs true to type. Last month All-India Radio's Bombay station broadcast one of a series of talks on the Maratha poet, Narmad. Many listeners do not like Narmad and his radical views. Like U. S. listeners, they wrote the station letters of protest. But the Bombay letters were anonymous, threatening consequences which included murder if the talks were continued. When the broadcasts were continued. Station Official C. C. Mehta was taken for a ride, beaten, thrown out on a lonely road. Last week's news from Bombay reported that the talks were still...

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