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Twice scheduled to address University audiences but appearing for the first time, V. K. Krishna Menon, Indian delegate to the United Nations General Assembly and chief foreign affairs advisor to Jawaharlal Nehru, will speak to a combined Harvard-Radcliffe gathering tonight on India's political situation.
Krishna Menon who was called off to London on the eve of a similarly scheduled visit here two weeks ago to take part in talks between India's Nehru, head of the Indian National Congress, and Britain's Prime Minister Clement Attlee, will speak under the auspices of the newly-formed United Nations Council
In an effort to form a similar organization at Radcliffe, the U. N. group has invited all interested Cillfedwellers to meet in Emerson D before Krishna Menon's address to discuss details of organization.
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