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Nehru Calls Soviet Actions 'Aggression'

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INDORE, India, Jan. 6--Prime Minister Nehru today for the first time described Russia's role in Hungary as "aggression."

In a foreign policy speech to a National Congress party convention here, he said events in Egypt and Hungary "proved colonial aggression and Communist aggression are not possible in the modern world."

He and his government in the past have carefully described Kremlin actions as "interventions" rather than "aggression."

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