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|Title||Indian nuclear power|
|Collection||Foreign Office Files for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan, 1972-1980|
|Places||Bangalore; Bangladesh; Beijing; Bengal; Bihar; Ceylon; Chennai (Madras); China; Delhi; Dhaka (Dacca); East Bengal; East Pakistan; France; Hyderabad; India; Islamabad; Kerala; Kolkata (Calcutta); London; Madhya Pradesh; Mumbai (Bombay); New York; Pakistan; Paris; Rajasthan; Thailand; Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum); Uttar Pradesh (United Provinces); Washington, DC; West Pakistan|
|People||Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali; Douglas-Home, Sir Alec, 14th Earl of Home; Gandhi, Indira; Gandhi, Mohandas (Mahatma); Heath, Sir Edward; Manekshaw, Sam; Nehru, Jawaharlal ('Panditji'); Stewart, (Robert) Michael, Baron Stewart of Fulham|
|Topics||(Royal) Indian Air Force; (Royal) Indian Navy; agriculture; air force; aircraft; army; banking; caste; Central Treaty Organisation (CENTO) (or Baghdad Pact); communications; communism; coup d'état; customs; economic aid; elections; electricity; five-year plan; foreign policy; independence; Indian National Congress; investment; loans; Lok Sabha (Indian House of the People); military; mining; NATO; navy; parliament; Raj; Rajya Sabha (Indian Council of States); refugees; roads; Royal Air Force; South-East Asian Treaty Organisation (SEATO); steel; United Nations; war; weapons; women|
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