ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Deadweight of the Past

Deadweight of the Past G P D WE may be closer to Sino-Indian rapprochement now than at any time since the sixties. Several indications have been there. To begin with, Eric Gonsalves of the External Affairs Ministry made a successful trip to Beijing. He carried with him Narasimha Rao's invitation to his counterpart in Beijing, Huang Hua, to visit India. The invitation was accepted. There has since been the case of an Indian defence journal being granted an interview by Deng Xiaoping. This has been followed by a delegation to Beijing made up of the academics. The activity seems to be at a fairly high level.

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