India: The Daughter

The U.S. last week hoped to get a longer-than-usual look at Indira Gandhi, who in more ways than one is India's most intriguing woman. She attended the opening of the New York World's Fair, but before she had a chance to show off more than three or four of her exquisite saris, she was called back to India by her father, Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. The ailing Nehru wanted "Indu" (Moon), as he calls her, at his side for an important confrontation this week with Sheik Mohammed Abdullah, "the Lion of Kashmir," who has been demanding self-determination for his...

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