International: Doubt

India and Pakistan's bitter wrangle over Kashmir has lasted more than a month at Lake Success. Both have gone over & over the same ground, disagreed, referred the dispute back to the Security Council, postponed meetings; they suspended their debates after Gandhi's death, resumed private discussions. Last week, for the first time, the Security Council heard from a native of harried Kashmir, one who had come 8,000 miles to make his speech.

He was black-eyed, 6 ft. 4 in. Sheik Mohamed Abdullah, Moslem head of the Kashmir Emergency Administration. Politely removing his caracul cap to address the Council, Abdullah insisted in quiet...

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