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MAHARASHTRA-Broken Statue, Smashed Heads, Burnt Shops

domestic policy. The five principles of co-existence lay great stress on noninterference in other people's affairs, and instances are altogether too many of both the Soviet Union and China winking at out-and-out retrograde domestic policies of a government which has nonetheless offered the one or the other of them a certain measure of support in the sphere of international relations.

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