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Dhundyal, Mr . Mahajan or Mr . Sidharth Singh) . "Friendship meetings" always proceeded in the same order . First Dr . Balabushevich would read from a typewritten page something no one in the audience could understand or bothered to listen to . Several Indian students would secretly hold hands with lastochki, or with girls who worked in garment factories named after Rosa Luxembourg or Clara Tzetkin, invited to Dom Druzhhyv as a filler, to become a "collective member" of the USSR-India Friendship Society, in a ceremony at the end of the evening .
My boss at the time, comrade Surov, a gray and humorless invalid (his leg was wounded), wanted me to find an Indian student at Moscow State University (MGU) and ask his (or her) impressions of Moscow . I found not only a student of physics . -31 Ashok Kumar, studying superconductivity under ultra-low temperatures in a cryogen laboratory, but also Savitri, a pretty girl from Nepal, studying medicine, who wanted to be a pediatrician in the Himalayan mountains . Both were very happy, talkative and sociable .
In the USSR or other "fraternal" countries . Disproportionately large "royalties" paid by the Novosti to such collaborators soon become quite an addiction to a "professor," especially if his "work" is poorly appreciated in his own country for being too "leftist" even for enfeebled Western brains . For a comparison, try to imagine a Russian professor introducing a course of lectures on, say, profit-oriented management in . . Leningrad University! Some Soviet academics have gotten themselves into deep trouble even for much less ideologically dangerous lectures on the subjects of genetics or cybernetics ("pseudo-science of the decadent West") .