I Wish Indira Gandhi was Alive to Fix Pakistan

January 2013
News India Times;1/18/2013, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p3
Several letters to the editor are presented on the effort of India Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's minister who were responsible of defense and external affairs or safeguarding the borders of the country and the nationwide protest against the culture of rape in India.


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