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July 18th, 2006
Student from HP village gets PhD offer
For a young man from a nondescript village in Himachal Pradesh, the incredible has happened. Manoj, who hails from a below poverty line family in Heeran village of Una district, has been chosen to do his PhD under Harold Kroto, the 1996 Nobel Laureate for Chemistry known for his pioneering work in Nanotech and Nanosciences.
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