INDIA'S OLD SCHOOL TIE - HARROW BY THE HIMALAYAS

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INDIA'S OLD SCHOOL TIE: HARROW BY THE HIMALAYAS
By STEVEN R. WEISMAN, Special to the New York Times
Published: November 12, 1985
DEHRA DUN, India— The ''old boys'' will probably talk about it for years.

Amid revelry, nostalgia and choruses of ''Auld Lang Syne,'' the alumni of one of the country's most exclusive boarding schools came back to their campus in the Himalayan foothills early in November to toast themselves and their ascendancy in India.

The Doon School, their alma mater, had much to celebrate 50 years after its founding by British educators as an Indian version of Eton or Harrow.

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