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          From its very inception in July 1987, NEW INDIA DIGEST has been favoured with a number of outstanding articles and interviews. We publish on this web-site a selection of what we consider the "best" of these articles - those we feel still have relevance to readers today.

                   We are however confident that the best of NEW INDIA DIGEST is yet to come!

A Man of Destiny: Parts I, II and III. (NID Nos. 66, 67 and 68)
- the life and career of Dr. A. P. J. Kalam now President of India

The Message of India
                                                         by Dr. Karan Singh
- a learned scholar's analysis of the timeless message of India to the world
(ID No. 1- July-Aug. 1987)

From Basket-case to Bread-basket
                                                           by Dr. M. S. Swaminathan

- the father of India's Green Revolution talks of the ingredients that went
                      into the making of this silent miracle.
(ID No. 2 - Sept.-Oct. 1987)

When the Indian people mourned Nehru
                                                           by Anthony Lawrence

a first-hand account by a British correspondent of the funeral of Jawaharlal Nehru.
(ID No. 3 - Nov.- Dec. 1987)

All rivers flow into the ocean
                                  by Shanti Karuna

              - Hinduism is one of the most flexible religions of the world
                 (ID No. 3 - Nov.- Dec. 1987)

En route to Gothenburg
                                by Ramesh Krishnan
India's veteran tennis player talks of the pride and joy
                        of playing for India in the Davis Cup.

(ID No. 4 - Jan.- Feb. 1988)    

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