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January 26th, 2008
Government and private sector should join hands and carry out focussed research to make India a significant player in nanotechnology, former President A P J Abdul Kalam said on Saturday.
"Only a few institutions are currently contributing towards advancement in nanotechnology in the country. An action plan needs to be prepared to make India a significant player in the field," he said, addressing a conference at the National Institute of Technology at Warangal.
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