D Bagwandeen collection
|The Indian Question: Repatriation||
Councillor A.L. Barns, on his return from New York, where he had attended the recent meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations as an onlooker of the Natal Municipal Association, addressed a meeting of the Durban Joint Wards Committee on the 3rd Januaryl 1947......
|Annexure containing summary of the conclusions reached by the Round Table Conference on the Indian question in South Africa.||
Scheme af assisted emigration (I) Any Indian of 16 years or over may avail himself of the scheme. In case of a family, the decision of the father will bind the wife and minor children under 16 years...
|Telegram to the Governor-General Dated 12 Feb 1927||
I gladly avail myself of the opportunity afforded by return to India of our delegation to recent round table Conference at Cape Town to thank Your Excellency personally and your Ministers for great courtesy...
Viceroy, Government, Indian, Ministers
|Cape Town Agreement||
Joint Communique issued to the press
|Letter to the Governor-Generals Office||
With reference to my Secret letter No .15/1426 of the 5th November, I have the honour to inform you that His Excellency has received a telegram from the viceroy of India in which he asks that the announcement of the appointment of Sir......
|Statement by the Indian Delegation at the Indian Conference held in Cape Town||
Last Wednesday, you made an important statement in which you explained the impression and conclusions of the Union Delegation on the Cape Town Agreement.....
|Delegates of the Government of India||
Honourable Khan Bahadur Mian Fazl-i-Husain, K.C.I.E. Member of the Governors-General's Executive Council........
|The Cape Town Agreement||
WHILE heartily congratulating Mr. P. S. Aiyar on so ably stating his case against the Capetown Agreement, in a wholly im personal manner, there are certain comments which are necessary for me to make, in order to correct any false impressions :
|Copy ot the Class Areas Bill||
From the above statistical statements it will be seen that while the European population of Natal has increased since 1911 to 40% the Asiatic population has only increased by 0.5%.....
|Telegram from the Secretary of the State for the Colonies to the Governor General in Cape Town||
Secreatry of State for India asks that following personal message from himself may be comminicated to General Smuts.....
|Areas Reservation and Immigration and Registration (Further Provision) Bill, 1925.||
Commerce, Immigrants regulations, Mr Gandhi, Asiatics, Areas Reservation
|India and South Africa Press cuttings||
Newspaper cuttings on India and SA relations
|Report of the Treatment of Indians in the Union of South Africa||
Report by the Government of India on the Resolution passed by the United Nations General Assembly on December 1946
|Memorandum to the members of the Indian and Pakistan delegations attending the Preliminary discussions with the Government of the South Africa||
There are so many forces bearing upon race relations all over the world that one of the greatest dangers to a local problem is to move it from its context on to the world stage where often happens that it is lost or submerged in the larger issues....
|Letter to the High Commissioner fro India||
The Secretary to the
High Commissioner of India
P O Box 1245
|Supplement to Indian Opinion||
There is no doubt that our deputation to India have rendered yeoman services to our cause.
|Correspondence between the government of India and the government of the Union of South Africa regarding the position of Indians in South Africa||
We have the honour to address you regarding position of Indian community in South Africa. During last four years it bas frequently formed subject of representations on our part both in its general aspect and with reference to particular measures such Durban and Natal Land....
|SOUTH AFRICAN DIPLOMACY AND INDIA||
With the appointment of the Rt. Hon. Shastri, as the High Commissioner of India to the Union of South Africa, Indo-South African relations have entered into a new and significant stage.
|Memorandum on the Position of Indians in the Union of South Africa submitted to the United Nations||
The existence of the Indian population in South Africa is not the result of any forcible or illegal entry of Indians into that country. It is, on the other hand, the result of organised emigration mutually agreed upon between the Goy.ernment of India and the Government of Natal.
|Message to the South African Community from the Leaders of India||
Mr. Sorabjee Rustomjee, Leader of the South Ahican Indian Congress Delegation to India, brings the follOwing messages from the Leaders in India to the South African Indian community.