"War Foe Accuses Kissinger"
Newspaper clipping of an article in The New York Post by Richard Schwartz in which Eqbal Ahmad describes the recent meeting called by Secretary of State Henry Kissinger to talk with Ahmad and two others named as co-conspirators in an alleged plot to kidnap him as the Administration’s attempt to throw a “cloak of darkness” over its war policies in Vietnam.
"Pakistani Still Free On Bond"
Newspaper clipping from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle dated January 21, 1971 announcing that Eqbal Ahmad would remain free on bond in Chicago until an arraignment could be arranged in Harrisburg.
"India AIDS Action Demonstration in NY"
Article written by Manisha Mirchandrani for the India Monitor dated August 19, 1991. This article summarizes an August 13th demonstration organized by India AIDS Action to protest the AIDS policies of the Indian government. Protesters said the policies and pending legislation regarding AIDS/HIV patients deny basic human rights and are contrary to World Health Organization guidelines.
"AIDS Action demonstrates in front of Indian Consulate"
News clipping of an article written by Esha Dutt in Spotlight weekly newspaper. Article summarizes the simultaneous demonstrations in front of several Indian Consulates in U.S. and U.K. The demonstration organized by AIDS Action sought to bring attention to the way the Indian government was handling the AIDS public health crisis in August 1991.
"A Voice for the 400 Million"
Newspaper clipping of an article by Mary Braggiotti in the August 9, 1943 edition of The New York Post titled "A Voice for the 400 Million." The article features Sirdar J.J.
India: A Public Meeting
Bulletin for a free public meeting on April 13, 1944 in favor of the pending legislation authorizing immigration and naturalization of Nationals of India. Speakers include: Emanuel Celler, co-author of pending legislation, Fannie Hurst, Dr. Frank Kingdon, Rev Elmore M. McKee, and Roger N. Baldwin.