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Inside the Indian Institute of Advanced Study
India

The Indian Institute of Advanced Study is housed within the vast estates of the Viceregal Lodge (Rashtrapati Niwas) in Shimla, a hill station in North India. Seen in the panorama is a interior view of the main hall which leads to a conference room where many important policy meetings took place including the Indo-Pak Simla Agreement of 1972

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