Tuesday 30 April 2013

Author(s): Kundan Pandey

An oasis put to test

Backed by three decades of water conservation measures, semi-arid Saurashtra is driving Gujarat’s agricultural growth. Will it be able to sustain it?

An oasis put to test

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  • what a idea, this is the

    what a idea, this is the farmers of India , the great farmers

    Posted by: Anonymous | 2 years ago | Reply
  • YES THIS IS NICE, BUT I WANT

    YES THIS IS NICE, BUT I WANT TO KNOW IF IT IS SAFE TO USE DISCARDED SALINE BOTTLES AND TO ASSURE THAT VIRUSES FROM PATIENT WHO APPLED THAT BOTTLE DOESNT STAY IN SALINE BOTTLE AND REACH PLANT PLEASE EXPLAIN DONT FEEL OFFENDED

    Posted by: Anonymous | 2 years ago | Reply
  • Rural Human Ingenuity and

    Rural Human Ingenuity and Innovation at its best.
    Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India

    Posted by: Anonymous | 2 years ago | Reply
  • IT HAPPENS ONLY IN INDIA,

    IT HAPPENS ONLY IN INDIA,

    GREAT JOB MR. PARMAR

    SALUTE YOU

    Posted by: Anonymous | 2 years ago | Reply
  • Congratulations to Shri

    Congratulations to Shri Parmar for his most innovative and cost effective solution for a very serious problem.

    He must not only be appreciated and awarded for his wisdom, but also must be provided with financial help by public figures of the area, state and central government as well.

    Hats off to Parmarji for his efforts and proving Indian ingenuity.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 2 years ago | Reply
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