During the 50s and 60s, Jamair did sterling service transporting people and goods to the many remote grass airstrips that dotted North Bengal: a lifeline for the many tea plantations that lay well beyond the reach of rail lines. Plantation companies of the area put together resources to support and maintain these strips where the versatile Dakotas landed bringing factory engine parts, cement, offi
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Author and Homeopathic doctor. Jeff has written nine books and has been published in India, USA, UK and Canada.