The Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi arrived in new york on wednesday (3?
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Background: The Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi arrived in new york on wednesday (3 November) to begin an official visit to the United States.
The Indian leader, who flew to Washington later in the day to meet president Nixon, was scheduled to have talks with U.S. Government officials on the crisis between India and Pakistan.
SYNOPSIS: The Indian Prime Minister, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, arrived in New York on Wednesday to begin an official visit to the United States for talks with President Nixon and Government officials on the crisis between India and Pakistan. She was met in New York by officials from the Indian Embassy.
Mrs. Gandhi, who had arrived from London where she had been meeting with British Government officials, was to fly to Washington later in the day to meet President Nixon. Political observers in the United States were speculating on Wednesday that she was facing a formidable task in trying to persuade president Nixon to condemn Pakistan's use of force against Bengali separatists in East Pakistan.