Here is a French scientist’s account of the high handedness with which an outstanding Japanese primatologist was treated by his western counterparts.
Though the article is nearly six years old, there is scope for reassessing the situation in 2007 and checking whether the understanding is any better
now. Indian scientists who have an excellent command over spoken and written English may not have felt this complex mix of antipathy and lack of understanding to the same extent, if at all, but the reassessment can do no harm.
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After R & D and technical management experience of over three decades in petroleum and organic chemical industry, have been devoting the past fifteen years to the study of Tamil and Sanskrit classics, including dharmic works and doing some serious translation work. Have been a significant contributor to the medha journal almost since its inception upto 2013 and expect to continue my association with it.