The foreign hand

Leaders in trouble have often blamed the outside world

Aakar Patel Business Standard

On March 3, 1976, The Indian Express ran the headline “Foreign critics told to stop interference”. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, in the middle of her Emergency, was likely upset at being called an aut

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First Published: Mar 16 2023 | 10:31 PM IST

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