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Losing their religion

Kerala education minister C Raveendranath has landed himself in a soup by presenting incorrect figures about students in government schools at the Assembly.

State education minister C. Raveendranath has got himself into a pickle with his statement in the Kerala assembly that 123,630 students enrolled in government and 'aided' schools had chosen not to mention

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