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NEW DELHI- New Modes of Bilateral Trade

Madhya Pradesh appear to be ready to surrender to President's rule. Assam is bogged down in a mess that no one knows how to resolve. If the Kerala pattern repeats, an interesting series of developments are possible. If not, and if the results are as barren as before, a furious debate will be joined about the need to modify and adjust the political WHEN Soviet Premier Kosygin visited Delhi in January last, he had a fairly long meeting with the Deputy Chairman of the Planning Commission, D R Gadgil. Full details of what the two leaders discussed were not given out at that time. But the visit to this country in April of a full-fledged Soviet planning team, headed by the Deputy Chairman of the Soviet State Planning Committee (GOSPLAN), underlines the importance of the Kosygin-Gadgil talks.

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