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By: Bicram Rijal Published in Republica (http://www.myrepublica.com/) on July 8, 2016 On June 24, Dolakha became the 29th district in the list of districts that have so far been declared ‘literate’ across Nepal. Amidst a program that included rallies involving school children, government representatives, members of political parties and civil societies, I/NGO staffs and … More Campaigns for Literacy