'India Not To Blame For Food Crisis'

Agriculture scientist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Ernest Borlaug played a significant role in ushering in India's Green Revolution, by developing successive generations of disease-resistant, high-yield wheat varieties. In an interview with Outlook, Borlaug refutes President George W. Bush's assertion that India is to blame for the shortage of food stocks and galloping prices.

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