PHILATELY IN TRANSITION IN INDIA


From the issues of Stamps of India Collectors Companion


Part 73, Issue # 173 - June 17, 2004

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From Issue # 58 - March 28, 2002, since the first publication of this column, we have received only one negative comment (from a non-resident Indian) and the same has been published in full.
 

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