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The Strangest of Situations

the Capital. Internally, we are being disrupted by an unending flow of refugees from East Bengal; the seven million who have crossed the border are likely to be joined by millions of others now moving in the direction of India. Externally, the whole basis of our foreign relations has been totally disrupted; our friends the Arabs do not allow us to publish even an advertisement in their newspapers which projects the Indian view on Bangla Desh, and the wooing of Peking by Washington completes the picture of a nation isolated and in the doldrums.

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