INDIA: Cows in Clive Street

Except for an occasional murder, quiet returned to stricken Calcutta last week, but fear lingered. The death toll of last fortnight's Hindu-Moslem rioting, which may never be finally totaled, exceeded 4,000. While the city's poor went hungry, food rotted on loading platforms. Both Hindus and Moslems, afraid of hostile neighbors, jammed the huge Howrah railway station, mobbed the trains.

TIME Correspondent Dave Richardson cabled: "Calcutta's three millions will take some time to be convinced that terrorism is really over. They act as though they had been through a terrific bombing and expect...

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