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when writing about the Narmada dam said: 'It's possible that as a nation [India] we've exhausted our quota of heroes for this century, but while we wait for shiny new ones to come along, we have to limit the damage. We have to support our small heroes. (Of these we have many. Many.)' (53). This is a story about small heroes and another dam on another Indian river-the Teesta river in northeast India. It is a contemporary story about traditional people-the indigenous Lepcha people of Sikkim andfatcat:3seldsjt4nhq7hr2xwttcor43a