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|Citation:||Frontline, 1988, Vol.5, No.24, p90|
|Abstract:||Sir C. V. Raman was not just a Nobel Prize-winning scientist; he was a staunch nationalist who relentlessly tried to build a true Indian science in face of the several obstacles raised by the colonial Government. An assessment of the man and the genius, on the occasion of his birth centenary- by R. Ramachandran|
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