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‘What Tomorrow’s India Will Be Like I Can’t Say. I Have My Hopes....’

In October 1963, Playboy carried an interview, with the first Indian PM, though it was officially refuted

‘What Tomorrow’s India Will Be Like I Can’t Say. I Have My Hopes....’
‘What Tomorrow’s India Will Be Like I Can’t Say. I Have My Hopes....’
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In October 1963, Playboy carried an interview, with Jawaharlal Nehru, the first head of government till then to have appeared in the acclaimed series of the magazine’s interviews (though it was officially refuted). 

Playboy: Mr Nehru, during your 16 years as Prime Minister of India, you have endeavoured—with considerable success—to keep yourself and your country aloof from the partisan conflicts of the Cold War. From your vantage point of nonalignment, how would you assess the dominant mood of our time? 

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