GOA: Imperialist Pimple

Goa, the pint-size Portuguese colony on India's west coast, suffered an invasion last month. The invader was Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia, the Indian National Congress' well-known Socialist, who was promptly jailed when he tried to hold a political meeting, then deported. The Congress' Goan leader, Tristão Braganza Cunha, was also jailed, and tried by a military court. Last week he was sentenced to eight years' imprisonment, most of which he is expected to spend in Portugal's tropical African colony, Mozambique.

Meanwhile, the Indian press directed a spray of propaganda at what the Congress papers call "enemy pockets" and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru...

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