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Text:"..., on Wednesday of last week. One of the speakers was Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, the High Commissioner for India. The service was held by the WorldCongress of Faiths, .the object of which is "to promote a spirit..."
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Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit
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Birth:Aug 18 1900 - Allahabad
Death:Dec 1 1990 - Dehradun
Father:Motilal Nehru
Brother:Jawaharlal Nehru
Husband:Ranjit Sitaram Pandit
Daughter:Nayantara Sahgal
Residences:Allahabad, Dehradun
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Text:"... Mohammad pointed out that, in her speech before the Council last week, the Indian delegate (Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit) had said: "After careful examination and assessment by its experts, the Government..."
Publication:Dec 18 1952 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Page:10
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Text:"... BT SECURITY COUNCIL NEW YORK. Mar. 19 CA.AJP.)-The United Nations Security Council to-night re- jected the candidacy of Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, of India, who had been nomina- ted by the Soviet..."
Publication:Mar 21 1953 - Cairns, Queensland, Australia
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Text:"... FOR RED CHINA WASHINGTON, Monday. India did not believe Communist China had any aggressive designs in Asia, "unless she is pro- voked by actions around her," the Indian Ambas- sador, Madame -VijayaLakshmi..."
Publication:Jan 2 1951 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
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Text:"..., elect a woman as president. The woman is Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, sister of the Prime Minister of India (Mr. Nehru). She is favoured to win the pre sidency in what is expected to be a close contest..."
Publication:Sep 14 1953 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Page:12
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Text:"... as president of the assembly for the first time. Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, sister of the Prime Minister of India (Mr. Jawaharlal Nehru), is favorite to win the presidency in what is expected to be . a close..."
Publication:Sep 14 1953 - , Tasmania, Australia
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Text:"... that all workers under Federal awards should receive six months' lohg-servlce leave after 20 years of service. UN quiashes Red move NEW YORK, Tues.: Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, President of the United..."
Publication:Oct 1 1953 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
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Text:"... of the Indian delegation, Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, told the General Assembly that the continuance of the Korean war was ".the most immediate chal- lenge to the peace-making func- tions of the TJnited..."
Publication:Nov 13 1952 - Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
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Text:"...-fire line. India's View Sir Mohammad pointed out that, in her speech before the Council last week, the Indian delegate (Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit) had said: "After careful examination and assessment..."
Publication:Dec 18 1952 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Page:11
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Text:"... leads Women all over tne world have reason to be proud that one of their sex has been cnosen to lead the great united Nations Assembly. She is 53-year-old VijayaLakshmiPandit, the distin guished sister..."
Publication:Sep 23 1953 - Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
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Text:".... | The Governor (Sir Ronald | Cross) also attended the lun cheon. PROOF, THEN TRIAL, FOR WAR CRIMES -U.N. PRESIDENT NEW YORK.-Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, presid ent of the United Nations General Assembly, said..."
Publication:Nov 3 1953 - , Tasmania, Australia
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Text:"..., including 13 Turkish, 10 British, six Belgian and 20 Australians, as well as 6113 Americans. Called To Order The vote was taken after Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, President of the General As sembly, called..."
Publication:Nov 13 1953 - Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
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Text:"..., an nounced to the Press by Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit, leader of the Indian delegation, resolved in Russia's fav our one of the most bitter American Soviet deadlocks in the United Nations General Assembly..."
Publication:Nov 14 1947 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Page:15
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Text:"... should be sus pended temporarily, to enable the election of six members of the I Social and Economic (buncil to be held. Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit I (India) said India would not with draw from the contest..."
Publication:Oct 3 1947 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Page:13
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Text:"...,' the Indian - Ambas sador (Madame Vijaya . LakshmiPandit) said i,n a television in- , terview here. * . i- ; v ; 'We feel war - is a ? greater threat . to; us -than 'Communism in Asia,' she declared. Asked -if..."
Publication:Jan 2 1951 - Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
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Text:"... LakshmiPandit, president of the United Na- tions' General Assembly, today ¡ ruled out of order the Soviet' challenge to the report of the credentials committee, which; accepted the credentials of j..."
Publication:Oct 1 1953 - Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
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Text:"... yesterday over the choice of a new secretary-general to succeed Mr. Trygve Lie. TN a five-hour meeting be-| hind closed doors on! Thursday, the council re-j jected the candidacy of Mrs. VijayaLakshmi..."
Publication:Mar 21 1953 - Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
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Text:"... pended temporarily, to enable the election of six members of the Social and Economic Council to be held. Mrs. VijayaLakshmiPandit (India) said India would not with draw from the contest because Australia..."
Publication:Oct 3 1947 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia
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