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They farm some of the most fertile soil in India. Their houses are piled with sacks
of wheat and daal and rice. They boast so much about the things they grow on
their land that if it weren't so tragic, it could get on your nerves. Their houses have
a thin layer to make it look like rich, black cotton soil. The story goes like this: on
behalf of the the S.Kumars (Textile Tycoons turned Nation Builders) the District
Magistrate acquired the hillock, which was actually village common grazing land
In India, land irrigated by well water is today almost twice as productive as land
irrigated by canals.72 Certain kinds of soil are less suitable for perennial
irrigation than others. Perennial canal irrigation raises the level of the water-table.
As the ...
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A paradigm developmental tale, which shows that how someone has to defoliate,for others to survive.An unequivocal obstinate struggle of the poor against the primacy of hegemony. Unravels scads of ... Read full review