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Some basic lessons needed

Education | Mar 1, 2006

Hurray! The outlay for education has been increased by 31.5 per cent. The government loves to play the ‘daatha’ (donor), but the ground reality rests with God. First of all, what does this mean in terms of GDP deployment?
The FM has also proposed to start five lakh classrooms. Excellent, considering many of our children continue to sit under trees and learn their lessons.

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