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Clippings Mr V I Terebilov, Soviet Minister for Justice, said yesterday that his country was currently considering the question of amending its Constitution, or adopting a new one, to reflect social changes taking place. He told newsmen here [Cochin] yesterday, before leaving for Delhi alter a three-day visit to Kerala, that the Soviet Union, which used to be a state of dictatorship of the proletariat, was now a state of the entire people and was moving to an advanced, developed socialist society .... His country considered the strengthening of relations with India as its permanent political policy in Asia, he said.

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