Conversation between I. V. Stalin and S. Radhakrishnan-15/01/1950

The Ambassador affirmed India's anxiety to do everything possible to work for peace, which was essential for building up the country and improving living standards. India's policy of neutrality was real and positive, and in Colombo, Pandit Nehru had reaffirmed India's anxiety to avoid cold war tactics and anti-communist pacts. Stalin said he did NOT hear about it, but seemed to approve.

Radhakrishnan’s Speech at Civic Reception Pondicherry – 12/07/1964

People are talking about national integration. The time has come when we should work for international integration also. The world is becoming one single whole. One international community is the vision that all great people have for this world and that kind of community is possible not by political arrangements or economic alliances but by an understanding of the cultures of the different peoples.

Remarks of President Radhakrishnan on the inauguration of Nagaland State – 01/12/1963

The Fundamental Rights enshrined in our Constitution, such as equality before law, prohibition of discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth, equality of opportunity in matters of public employment, freedom of conscience and free profession, practice and propagation of religion will apply to the people of Nagaland.