March 01, 1956
Message from Buenos Aires to Ministry of External Affairs, External Publicity Division, 'Future of Antarctica - India’s Reported Move Criticized'
Newspapers in Chile published editorials which contend that Chile’s rights in Antarctic are undisputed and do not admit of any doubt, be it juridical or political
September 23, 1973
Telegram from the Indian Embassy in Santiago
Foreign refugees in Chile are causing concern with the military government.
September 25, 1973
Telegram form the Indian Embassy in Santiago
Refugees are flooding foreign embassies in Santiago.
October 24, 1973
Telegram from J.S. Teja, Joint Secretary (AMS), 'Chilean Ambassador’s Meeting with Foreign Secretary'
India plans to continue relations with Chile, but has not yet recognized the new government.
Telegram from the Foreign Secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs to the Indian Embassy in Santiago
Response to the overthrow of President Allende by the military junta.
November 16, 1973
Telegram from G.J. Malik, Indian Ambassador to Chile
Chile’s domestic situation after the military coup. The Indian embassy has not accepted any refugees and India is currently unpopular with the ruling Junta.
December 17, 1973
Telegram from J.S. Teja, Joint Secretary AMS, 'Self-contained note on the Government of India’s attitude to the developments in Chile'
Report on the death of President Allende by the Chilean Armed Forces