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Anjuli Bhargava 

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It was when Educate Girls CEO Safeena Hussain personally came across three little girls - “Achuki”, “Naraz” Nath and “Antim Bala” - that she decided to up the ante; she at least could no longer live with this.

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First Published: Fri, December 20 2019. 22:43 IST