INDIA: Unwelcome Guest

When Red China's Premier Chou Enlai arrived in New Delhi last week, the greeting he received was in sharp contrast to the cordial atmosphere of his 1956 visit. Then happy shouts rose from tens of thousands of throats, and Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was ready with a friendly embrace. This time, there were no parades, and no bullock carts or camel caravans festooned with slogans of welcome: New Delhi's city officials had not even prepared the usual mass civic reception.

With the Chinese occupying 9,000 sq. mi. in Kashmir along the Himalaya frontier and claiming another 42,000 sq. mi., India...

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