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India Elections #295066

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 24, 1984
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(Studio) Report on elecs. in India, include some violence. Late Prime Min. Indira Gandhi mentioned, along with her son's aspirations.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(New Delhi, India) Speculation with regard to victory in elecs. for Rajiv Gandhi said to be more than mother, Indira, or grandfather, Nehru, received [GANDHI - will get more votes than he needs.] Concerns about Gandhi's ability to lead cntry. stated. [GANDHI - comments on policies.] Problems said to include Sikhs' desire for autonomy and tensions with Pakistan, as well as great diversity within country and poverty and ignorance.
REPORTER: David Jackson

Reporter(s):
Jackson, David;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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