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Soviet Union, Human Rights and Amnesty

out in full-throated support of the axiomatic proposition, that the Indian Copyright Act must be amended exclusively to protect the rights to Tagore's works of a self-seeking coterie, whose only credentials are their unswerving loyalty 10 the progeny of Allahabad's Anand Bhavan. It is still no reason for the much- maligned state government not to bestir itself. It should come off its high horse and do the needful at this juncture. That is the least expected of it so the world could be convinced that, whatever the rumour, this government is not one hundred per cent anti-Gorbachev. Tagore must not be nationalised; he must not be plebianised; he must remain a private monopoly. Down with the Indian Copyright Act.

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