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Centralised State Power and Threat to Minorities in India

Centralised State Power and Threat to Minorities in India IN mid-October when Rajiv Gandhi and many other leaders of the world will be attending the Commonwealth Conference in Vancouver, Canada, to discuss the problems of the world, the Indian People's Association in North America (IPANA) is planning a parallel Conference focussing on the problems of India. It will take place on October 17-18, in Vancouver and will have as its theme "Centralised State Power and Threat to Minorities in India". Invitations to the parallel Conference have been sent to a large number of democratic and patriotic Indians living in various parts of North America, Europe and elsewhere, as well as to many concerned friends of the Indian people. Syed Shahabuddin of New Delhi has accepted IPANA's invitation to be the chief guest of the Conference.

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