INDIA: The Whole Truth

Thousands of Indians murdered their fellowmen last year. Few were arrested, none convicted—because legal evidence is difficult to procure when the ordinary man counts perjury a duty if it helps a friend or relative. In Delhi's dingy Sessions Court last week, a murder trial ended which demonstrated India's problem of crime & punishment.

On the morning of Sept. 8, as rioting mounted in Delhi, a crowd of Moslems gathered ominously near a hospital run by a quiet little Hindu physician named N. C. Joshi. Even his Moslem neighbors in the slums of Karol Bagh district had known and liked Dr....

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