An American research team eager to measure the advances in technology made by different nations devised a thinner than human hair metal wire and took it round the world to see what other nations could do to it.
The Japanese proved their skill by boring a hole in it. The researchers arrived in India with the thin holed wire and challenged our technicians to improve upon it.
They were directed to Ludhiana. There they were taken to a workshop run by a sardar/r mistri in his backyard. The sardar/r' examined the wire and told the researchers to come back an hour later. When the team returned at the appointed hour, he handed them their wire. They could see no change. 'Examine it under a magnifying glass,' commanded the sardarjiThey did. Printed on the wire was the legend: 'Made in India'.
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