India's Green Revolution

In the 1960s, India was faced with yet another famine, and grain imports were just not the answer. Enter a brilliant agricultural scientist, Dr M S Swaminathan, who offered a solution that saved the nation from starvation. In the 1960s, he ushered in the Green Revolution. Find out how it worked.

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