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Tihar jailmates will now learn bee-keeping, preparing honey

10 May 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
Mid-week news from the Capital

Inmates of Delhi's Tihar jail, the country's largest prison, are currently learning the art of bee-keeping and preparing honey within the four walls of the prison.

This is because the administration of Tihar jail has collaborated with the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) which is enabling inmates to learn vocations like bee-keeping, detergent-and-soap-making, incense-making etc.

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10 May 2017Tihar jailmates will now learn bee-keeping, preparing honey

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