THE NATION: Pandit & President

With an air and manner about him that compelled attention, India's Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was the Man in the News last week, and in his t ypical indefatigable way, he made a lot of it. He had come to the U.S. primarily to talk with the President on the problems and promises of the world. But along his word-strewn way he shook a multitude of hands, graced a dozen receptions, closeted himself a dozen times with dozens of officials, dined with Eleanor Roosevelt, lunched with Dag Hammarskjold, raised his goblet of orange juice...

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