• Short Summary

    Mother Teresa Winner of the 1979 Novel Peace Prize was given a civic reception in Delhi on Sunday (24 February).

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    GV Red Fort Gate, New Delhi (2 shots)
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    GV Police band playing Scottish music (2 shots)
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    GV Crowd watching seated
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    GV Mother Teresa on dais with Delhi Mayor Mr. Gupta ZOOM INTO CU Mother Teresa and nuns watching
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    GV Mother Teresa with Mayor Gupta presenting her with civic address and crowds watching (2 shots)
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    MCU Mother Teresa with box containing money with Mayor Gupta
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    GV Crowds watching as Mother Teresa begins speech
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    SV Mother Teresa speaking
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    BV GV Audience listening to speech
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    SV Mother Teresa speaking
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    GV Dancers in traditional dress performing with music
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    Mother Teresa with Mayor Gupta and Norwegian Ambassador watching
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    GV Children in traditional dress dancing
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    MOTHER TERESA: "We will say a prayer for out people, out brothers and sisters,: 'Make us worthy Lord, to serve our fellow men throughout the world.' De we really know out faults? to be able to know them we must pray, we must being prayer in out lives, in out homes. For love begins at home, and if we really love one another as Jesus Christ had taught us to love, then we will be able to love out neighbour. We will come to know the need we will come to know the suffering, we will come to know the poverty of our poor."





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    Background: Mother Teresa Winner of the 1979 Novel Peace Prize was given a civic reception in Delhi on Sunday (24 February). She receive a copy of the civic address and more than a thousand dollars in recognition of her work among India's poor.

    SYNOPSIS: The reception in honour of Mother Teresa was held in the Hall of the People at Delhi's historic Red Fort. The Delhi Police band piped in the start of the ceremonies.

    Albanian-born Mother Teresa first came to India fifty years ago to teach in a convent school, and stayed on to work in the slums of Calcutta. She later become an Indian citizen.

    The Mayor of Delhi, Mr. Gupta, presented Mother Teresa with a copy of the civic address, praising her dedication to the sick and destitute. He also presented her with 12-hundred-dollars from the citizens of Delhi.

    After the presentation local school children staged their own special tribute.

    Several diplomats were among the guests, including the Norwegian Ambassador to India, Per Gulowsen. It was in Norway last December that Mother Teresa received the Nobel Peace Prize. In January this year she was awarded India's highest National Award, the Bharat Ratna.

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    Film ID:
    VLVA2QPPLS9FDMOT2O1NSCVOG5QTM
    Media URN:
    VLVA2QPPLS9FDMOT2O1NSCVOG5QTM
    Group:
    Reuters - Including Visnews
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    26/02/1980
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:02:16:00
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    Canister:
    N/A

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