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September 16, 2009


Rahul Ganjoo

He was well appreciated in India. Most national dailies carried generous ed columns on his death.And I do not think that statement is an exaggeration.It's quite hard to imagine how a region whose population just exploded the way it did would've sustained itself if not for his work. We've got a lot to thank him for.

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