NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 01, 1975
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(Studio) Prime Min. Indira Gandhi announces new economy reforms; seeks better relations with US. Reports from Bihar, India, say several antigovernment demonstrators killed by police. Reports from Madras are that newspapers there are ignoring Gandhi crackdown; Ghandi portrayed as Adolph Hitler. Phone service from Madras now cut. In New Delhi, suppression still effective.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(New Delhi, India) Report sad. India now far from a democracy. Muzzling of press noted. Revolt not as great as expected, but Gandhi government sensitive.
REPORTER: Jack Reynolds
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