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The ‘Why Why Girl’ launched –

Others | Sep 9, 2003

The Vice- Captain of the Indian cricket team, Rahul Dravid, on Monday released the noted writer Ma- hashveta Devi’s book, “The Why Why Girl”, under the Read India Movement aimed at bringing down the number of illiterate children.

The book has been brought out by Pratham, of which the Bangtilore-based Akshara Foundation is a member. Lauding the work done by Pratham, Rahul Dravid said, “It is a fantastic and terrific effort.”

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