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it, vaihorcv v, snail lif proign-o. towartl. folioWilig extremely suggestive article are an essay " The Meeting of the East

it, vaihorcv v, snail lif proign-o. towartl. folioWilig extremely suggestive article are an essay " The Meeting of the East

and the \\*est " and four poems, by Sir Rabindranath Tagore. Professor C. 11. Ilerford, of Alanchester University, adds a warm appreciation of the poet and his work. At the end the number are articles on Indian Art bv Mr. Lawrence llinyou, Indian Literature by Mr. Pramathi nath
April 5, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The repaid subscription to " INDIA " (post tree) is as follows: — IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. The repaid subscription to " INDIA " (post tree) is as follows: — IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

: s. D. For Twelve Months For Months For Three Months IN INDIA:— Rs. As. For Twelve Months For Six Mouths For Three Months The price el a single copy is 34., or post free 3.4. *0 The offices of INDIA are at 1.1 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C.2. Telephone: Gerrard 3
April 5, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
\V \R N EWS FRMI PALES TIN E. H.V 'ti 1 0 111 E JORDAN.

\V \R N EWS FRMI PALES TIN E. H.V 'ti 1 0 111 E JORDAN.

\V \R N EWS FRMI PALES TIN E. 'ti 1 0 111 E JORDAN. The NVar I Ace issttul on Saturday (.lay 4) following annotinceinunt concerning the operations in Palestine Throughout May 2 fighting continued east of the Jordan at and to the south of Es Salt. Enemy forces which had crossed th
May 10, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
TIIFI DANC.F.II Ti) ISM.%

TIIFI DANC.F.II Ti) ISM.%

TIIFI Ti) is at some distant date a successful foreign invasion is take a very narrow view. The 4, i lds :i r e th a t th e actual invasion will never be risked, or will fail if the attempt is made. The danger rather is that a contented India, whose millions we dare mit atm for t
May 31, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
FOR FUll..‘sc.m. LORD 1 NCLIC.II`I7.'S TRI Bun...

FOR FUll..‘sc.m. LORD 1 NCLIC.II`I7.'S TRI Bun...

FOR FUl l..‘sc.m. LORD 1 TRI Bun... Lord Inchcape, presiding over the sixty-first annual meeting of that useful institution, the Strangers' Home for Asiatics, in \Vest India Dock Roal, on Friday, May 3, paid a high tribute to the splendid services and the gallantry of native seam
May 31, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
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May 17, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
INDIAN CONSPIRACY IN

INDIAN CONSPIRACY IN

May 3, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
i\DIA AND THE wAR. ( WILLINGDON AND FilE 11( )ME

i\DIA AND THE wAR. ( WILLINGDON AND FilE 11( )ME

The " " correspondents in India have sent to that paper a number of interesting messages of ‘ariotts dates around the middle of last month. From these it appears that Mr. Gandhi presided on June to at a large home Rule meeting in Bombay, when the speeches were more moderate in t
July 5, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
SIR S. I'. SINIIA'S WARNING.

SIR S. I'. SINIIA'S WARNING.

At the second function, on July IS, at Claridge's Hotel, when the Maharaja of Patiala and Sir S. P. Sinha, as representatives at the War Cabinet pnd Conference, were entertained by a committee representing the Indian community resident in London, Syed Amer Ali, P.C., also presid
July 26, 1918 - India - London, London, England
 
COBWEIRS OF THESE PCNV Pint.osortiEßs,

COBWEIRS OF THESE PCNV Pint.osortiEßs,

OF THESE Pint.osortiEßs, and dashed the hopes of the enemies of the Empire. Hut if India was so fully and universally loyal, if he had been fired by such real enthusiasm for the Allied cause, why had her weight on the scale been not heavier and more decisive? Because her vast and
July 26, 1918 - India - London, London, England