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After the Moscow Visit

After the Moscow Visit GPD LOOKING at the world from the official New Delhi perspective must at present be a very pleasant exercise. There is the unparalleled domestic peace and stability; no upsetting elements of any kind. Internationally the picture is even more attractive. All the king's men are out on goodwill and normalisation missions. These Brahmins clad in impeccable suits in the by-no-means inconsiderable summer of Delhi take off for different capitals of the world on normalisation missions. They come back equally well clad. are seen wearing the same enigmatic ministry smiles. Everybody else may be a little perplexed as to why these missions did not take off to these capitals earlier. The standard explanation is, of course, available. Earlier the governments concerned did not respond to our persistent desire to normalise relations. Now they have changed their minds. They have at long last seen what a grand opportunity was always at their doorsteps. Earlier they were not prepared for whatever reason to grab it. Now it is theirs. A new age has begun. Indian enterprise in this direction has finally succeeded.

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