INDIA: Nowhere

The Prime Minister of India has been doing a lot of talking lately through that Gandhi cap he wears.

At the Commonwealth Conference in Ceylon last month, Jawaharlal Nehru told fellow delegates that there had been a "need for a change in China." Then, referring to India's recognition of the Chinese Communist government, he added: "There is not much purpose in recognizing somebody and holding them under."

He is harder on his own Reds. Last week he summoned his countrymen to combat "Communist lawlessness." India's Reds, he said, were "lunatics or utter idiots" if they thought that "throwing a bomb here...

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