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December 17th, 2006
"These cartoons arouse interest even in topics like molecular biology and nanotechnology," he said.
Srivastava's 'scientoonics' has been accepted by the WHO, UNESCO, the UNEP, the Royal Swedish Academy which gives the Nobel prize and even the prestigious American Chemical Society. The Jaycees International honoured him with the "Outstanding Young Person of India" award in Puerto Rico in 1990. This was no mean achievement, he points out, as he was up against the likes of PT Usha and Pankaj Udhas.
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