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dated April 7, 1956: Nehru on astrology

Prime Minister Nehru said in Allahabad on April 4 that astrologers were dangerous people, but those who went to them for advice were more dangerous. The Prime Minister, who was declaring open the J.K. Institute of Applied Physics, said that science was making such rapid progress that one did not know where it would lead the world to. Some people might say that astrologers could provide an answer to this proposition. "They are very dangerous and more dangerous are those who go to them for advice," he remarked amidst laughter.

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