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Posted at: Jan 4, 2018, 12:38 AM; last updated: Jan 4, 2018, 12:38 AM (IST)

Indians in Colonies and Post-war Reforms in India.


A LARGE number of public associations and individuals in India have had an opportunity of presenting their views of post-war reforms in India to the Viceroy and the Secretary of State. It is only fair that Indians living in the colonies should not be ignored and an opportunity be given to them to make themselves heard. Pandit Atmaram, editor of Hindustani, Post-Louis, Mauritius, writes to us that Indians living in that colony have just heard of Mr. Montagu's enquiries in India regarding post-war reforms, and they are anxious to present a memorial on this subject.


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