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Uma Shanker talks with Lalchand Chuglani, Centre of South Asian Studies, University of Cambridge, 2 pages, September 7, 1970.
L. Chuglani, politician, discusses 'Patrika' and the 1926 Hindu/Muslim riots in Indore.

page 01: Indore, hiding revolutionaries; Chatribagh grounds, Navlakha gardens; Patna, Ujjain; Praja Mandal; '42 Movement; 'Patrika'; avoiding police; Satyagrahis
page 02: arrest; 'Patrika' continued; political atmosphere before 1947; 1926 Hindu/Muslim riots in Indore; Nationalist feelings; Balwant Singh, Collector; Bhagat Singh; complete hartal; workers to Karachi

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