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Cracks in the rice bowl






Economic and Political Weekly 36(23): 2028-2030

Cracks in the rice bowl

The region of Chhattisgarh in Madhya Pradesh, India, was once known for its rice varieties and good crop yields.


Accession: 003395122



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