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INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS-The Forgotten War

he an inevitable mix of these objectives. Haksar, and his colleague P N Dhar in the PM's Secretariat, will have to see that the emphasis is sharply healthy, and that India begins to feel the beginnings of a basic .social transformation. Here, we come back to base. Will Indira Gandhi who went to sleep after the rise of Bangladesh, her finest hour, be able to assert a determined political will at this moment when credibility is near zero? Judging from past performance. India's Prime Minister is most active when cornered. And, that's a fair description of the situation today

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