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The story of Hunger by Nasira sharma knows no name and address.
The story has an universal appeal. Hunger and starvation are common to all nations. The story is not confined to one state our country. The same problem applies to each and every developing nation-- Hunger, poverty, starvation, illetaracy, Malnutrition etc.
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