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How to punctuate dialogues

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Birendra Agrawal
Birendra Agrawal is by profession a teacher of English Language and Literature for the last 15 years. He is highly critical of school education system and advocates independence of students. He has written close to 200 poems in Hindi and a few in English too. Apart from this, he is a lover of nature, music, photography and children. Children are his absolute love.
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