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Make good, affordable books accessible to kids: Rohini Nilekani

Education | Sep 8, 2013

BANGALORE: One story was narrated to hundreds of children across the country on Saturday, thanks to the initiative of Pratham Books, headed by Rohini Nilekani. Rohini speaks to STOI on the importance of reading and why it lags among children.

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