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Kids take over the National Stock Exchange on Children’s day

DNA Wednesday, 15 November 2017 ()
Kids take over the National Stock Exchange on Children’s dayIt is a big day for 17-year-old Maali Prasad Goraksh, a student of one of the government-run ‘Aadiwasi Ashram School’ and a state-level marathon runner, who has been selected to ‘ring the closing bell’ at the National Stock Exchange, during a week-long program to highlight the need to save children’s lives, fight for...
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