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Monday, June 9, 2008

The villagers of Nanded on the outskirts of Pune can’t wait for the new township to change their lives

SAVITA Kshirsagar teaches at the only primary school in Nanded village. Her husband Dileep teaches older students at the nearby school in Dhayari Phata, 2 km away from Nanded village. The Kshirsagars did not have any land to contribute to the new Nanded City, a joint venture between farmers and a city builder, but they know the future, at least for their two children, is here, on the outskirts of Pune.

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