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Nepal-Carpet Export Scandal

Review of Agriculture December 1978 conduct their domestic and foreign policies on moral considerations. Be that as it may, is it correct to see Indian action in Goa in 1961 and in Sikkim in 1974 in the same light? In Goa, the Indian action was one of liberating the Portugese enclave on indisputably Indian territory from the clutches of a dying colonialism; that action, it may be recalled, won India many friends in Afro-Asia, for it was the first successful attempt at destroying the fiction that Portugal's colonies were actually inseparable and integral 'overseas provinces' of the mother country. The disintegration of Portugal's overseas empire in fact began with the successful onslaught on Goa; and historically; Indian action in Goa has to be seen as about the only genuinely anti-colonial measure taken by the government of India.

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