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Pakistan as a Factor in Indo-Soviet Relations

In the latter half of 1965, when the Indo-Pak war broke out, Soviet policy-makers saw their tasks in the Indian sub-continent as:
(i) Encouraging Pakistan's growing independence from Western influence; (ii) avoiding, in the process, pushing India into the clutches of the West; (iii) keeping China out of Indo-Pak relations; and, (iv) increasing the extent of Soviet presence in the sub-continent to balance the hitherto exclusive Western presence.

Test Case for Commonwealth

the Indian Government is determined to establish the supremacy of the public sector in the industrial development of the country." (N, pp 55, 53).

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