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Title Visits to India
Description Correspondence regarding preparations fora trip to India by Haldane and Helen Spurway at the invitation of the Government of India and the Indian Science Congress. Haldane gave a lecture tour and series of discussions at various institutions in India during December 1951 - January 1952. \r\n \r\nPrimary correspondents are: V K Krishna Menon, High Commissioner for India; B Mukerji of the Indian Science Congress Association; P C Mahalanobis of the Indian Statistical Institute and R A L Gonet of the Indian High Commission.\r\n \r\nOther correspondents include Ifor Evans, UCL Provost; Air India International; S Patuk of the Indian Atomic Energy Commission; M N Saha of the Institute of Nuclear Physics; Sir Shanti S Bhatnagar of the Central Secretariat; Claus A Moser and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India.
Date 1951-1952
Type Item
Extent 72 letters, 1 draft, 2 telegrams plus 8 enclosures
Language English
Subject Haldane Box 58
The JBS Haldane Papers
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Identifier HALDANE/5/7/5
PID 1146154
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