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November 20, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not far from the billion-dollar fertilizer factory and the hi-tech jet simulators at the Indira Gandhi Flying Academy--indeed, just a few miles off the paved roads that Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi has lavished on his celebrated electoral district--Rajmohan Gandhi stood in a clearing near the broken-down village well, surrounded by the poorest of India's poor.
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November 20, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Not far from the billion-dollar fertilizer factory and the hi-tech jet simulators at the Indira Gandhi Flying Academy--indeed, just a few miles off the paved roads that Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi has lavished on his celebrated electoral district--Rajmohan Gandhi stood in a clearing near the broken-down village well, surrounded by the poorest of India's poor.
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November 27, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi appeared headed for political disaster today as official results from one of India's bloodiest elections indicated that his ruling party would lose its majority for only the second time in history.
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November 24, 1989 | MARK FINEMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
India's federal election commission Thursday launched an unprecedented investigation into allegations of massive vote fraud and armed intimidation in Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi's home district during ongoing elections that independent poll watchers already have concluded are "shameful." Responding to appeals from India's most prominent jurists, intellectuals and senior officials, among them President Ramaswamy Ventkataraman, Election Commissioner R. V. S.
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October 28, 1986 | DON A. SCHANCHE, Times Staff Writer
Carrying olive branches and offering prayers, Pope John Paul II and the representatives of the world's religions, including a Crow Indian medicine man from Montana and an African animist witch doctor, pledged Monday to work for peace. As 60 religious leaders joined the Pope in this picturesque medieval hill town where St. Francis preached 700 years ago, governments and rebels throughout the world put down their arms briefly in response to a papal call for a cease-fire and a day of prayer.
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