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dated November 13, 1953: Sino-Indian talks on Tibet

India's Ambassador to Communist China, Mr. Raghavan, was expected to arrive in New Delhi on the 14th. He was to have discussions with the Government of India in the External Affairs Ministry on the situation in the Far East, and New Delhi's relations with Peking. The main topic likely to figure in the discussions was Tibet. China had earlier accepted an Indian proposal that matters relating to Tibet be discussed bilaterally. That exchange was scheduled to take place in December 1953. Mr. Sen, India's Consul-General in Lhasa, Tibet, was also expected to participate in the discussions in New Delhi when Mr. Raghavan was present.

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