Gandhi, Nehru, Jinnah, Azad and Abdul Gaffur Khan. Gandhi . ... "It was India's historic destiny that many human races, cultures, and religions should flow to her, and that many a caravan should find rest here ...
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Looking Back at the Green Revolution M.S. Swaminathan Chairman, ... but not Agriculture” Jawaharlal Nehru, August 14-15, 1947 India’s tryst with destiny Agriculture is the Greatest Living, Private Sector Industry of India providing Livelihood to ...
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India’s first Prime Minister Mr Jawaharlal Nehru emphasized in India’s tryst with destiny (15 August 1947) that “every thing else can wait, but not agriculture” Before 1947, Indian history was replete with famine, drought and food shortages.
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The World Food Prize 2006 International Symposium Des Moines 19 October 2006 Looking Back at the Green Revolution M.S. Swaminathan Chairman, National Commission on Farmers, Government of India
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