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P. KODANDA RAO spent nearly two years in South Africa as private secretary to the late Rt. Hon. V. S. Srinivasa Sastri, former Agent General of the Government of India in South Africa (1927-1928). He was a member of India’s delegations to two Round Table Conferences between India and South Africa, in 1926 and 1932, and is the author of The South African Indian Pegging Act, 1943—Retaliation? Dr. Rao was Carnegie Scholar in the Department of Race Relations at Yale University, in 1931,-1935; a member of the Seminar Conference on Education in the Pacific Countries organized by Yale and Hawaii Universities at Honolulu in 1936; and Advisor to India’s Delegate to the Permanent Migrations Committee of the I.L.O., at Montreal, in 1946. Among his other writings are: East vs. West: Denial of Contrast; and Culture Conflicts: Cause and Cure.
P. Kodanda Rao; Indian Interest in Africa. Current History 1 July 1953; 25 (143): 32–40. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19126.96.36.199
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