Free education bill passed in India

NEW DELHI:  The Indian parliament has approved a landmark education bill which seeks to guarantee free and compulsory education for children aged between six and 14. The bill, passed by the lower house of parliament, will set up new state-run neighborhood schools. It will also force private ones to reserve at least a quarter of their of their places for poor children.

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