They give nobel prize we give suicide prize

Robert Edwards of Britain won the 2010 Nobel Prize in medicine for the development of in-vitro fertilization, a ground-breaking process that has helped many couples over the last two decades have children.

While Edwards was working towards his dream – creating the world’s first in vitro fertilized or test tube baby – a physician in India was working on the same subject but the odds were piled heavily against him.

Bengali doctor Subhash Mukhopadhyay was two months late in announcing the birth of Durga or Kanupriya Agarwal – India’s first test tube baby created by him on October 3, 1978.

The only evidence of his work was a report he had prepared for the West Bengal government facing an enquiry. He was questioned by a government committee several times and his work was discredited as “bogus”.

Here is a more detailed story about one of important  achievement of Jyoti Basu and CPM other then destroying the  Kolkata


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