President Tito of Jugoslavia was filmed by Visnews in New Delhi Jan 14 where he arrived from Madras, escorted by eight Vampire fighters.
LV Plane taxi-ing at Palam airport.
SV Dr. Prasad, Dr. Radhakrishnan and Mr. Nehru waiting to greet Tito.
LV Marshal Tito and wife step down from plane. They are greeted by the above.
SCU Tito and wife receive garlands
SCU Tito and wife pose for cameras
SV Tito, Dr. Prasad and Mr. Nehru
SCU Tito receives flowers from Jugoslav children.
LV Tito Meeting V.I.P's.
LV Guard present arms.
SCU Tito and Prasad leave airport
GV Tito in open car in State drive
SV Mounted guard.
SV Pan Tito seated with Dr. Prasad and Dr. Radhakrichnan.
GV Tito arriving at Raj Ghat.
SCU Tito removing his shoes.
GV Tito and party carrying wreath.
SV Entering Raj Ghat.
CU Tito's name on wreath.
LV Laying wreath.
SCU Tito in silence.
LV Tito leaving.
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Background: President Tito of Jugoslavia was filmed by Visnews in New Delhi Jan 14 where he arrived from Madras, escorted by eight Vampire fighters.
Marshal Tito and his wife were received at Palam airport by Indian President Dr. Prasad, Vice-President Dr. Radhakrishnan, Premier Nehru, members of the Indian Government and foreign diplomats.
Sun-tanned from his tour of Indonesia the Jugoslav President said he was looking forward to a constructive exchange of views.
President Prasad expressed the hope that the visit would further cement the friendship between the two countries.
From Palam airport Marshal Tito drove in state through Delhi to the Raj Ghat where he placed a wreath on Mahatma Gandhi's tomb.
Later he attended a banquet given in his honour by President Prasad and said in a speech there would be no peace in the world if all nations were not allowed to decide their own destinies and if the tendency of interfering with the affairs of others continued. He was glad - he added - that peace-loving nations belonging to no block had achieved success and had stopped aggression.
After his seven-day stay in India President Tito will visit Ceylon, Ethiopia, the Sudan and - again - Egypt.