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Calcutta Diary

Much more than the actual Clinton trip, it is the preliminaries to it which are proving to be far more important to the two quarrelsome countries in the subcontinent. India will hasten to cede ground on this or that issue to the Americans, for otherwise Bill Clinton, it is feared, might lean toward Pakistan. In identical manner, the Pakistanis will be eager to make additional concessions to the Americans so as to dissuade the latter from expressing greater love for India.

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