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Delhi battle for private-school places proves brutal

Four-year-old Abraham has spent a year preparing for Delhi’s school admissions process. Every evening, under the watchful eye of his mother, he has practised counting and writing, hoping to impress the gatekeepers of at least one good private institution. His chances of getting into an Ivy League university in the US would be twice as good, if he were old enough.

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