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India and Soviet Union- Defining Our National Interest

or government's decisions is one thing; but an implied questioning by bureaucrats of government's competence to take decisions, however 'unpopular' they might appear, would be quite untenable. Surely, if distinguished civil servants disagree with government's decisions, it is always open to them to resign and take their case to the people. But it is seldom that even the most distinguished. of our bureaucrats initiate such open debates on what they consider national issues, if this involves giving up the accumulated

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