Letters: Feb. 4, 1966

India's Indira

Sir: The choice of Indira Gandhi as Prime Minister of India [Jan. 28] is not only a tribute to the lady herself and her dedicated nation-building family, but also to all the women of India.


Former President, Calcutta Y.W.C.A.

East Dover, Vt.

Sir: The newly elected Prime Minister has yet to convince the intellectuals of India of her own mettle. Until the death of Nehru, Indians accepted her as the daughter of a leading personality, and she continues to bask in that glory even today. The big bosses of Congress...

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