People In The News - Scientists' Congress 1956

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    Agra, India.

    SC. Procession walking towards camera (title super over). SCU. Procession. GV. Gathering in Pandal. SCU. From gathering to platform - the international congress of scientists starts. CU. Indian personalities sitting on platform. CU. Prime Minister Mr Pandit Nehru speaking into mike. GV. Shot of gathering, Nehru speaking from platform addressing the conference. SCU. Oriental personalities sitting, listening to speech. Scientists of various countries being introduced to Nehru on platform.

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