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    The Telangana Education Department has changed its mind about showing the live landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the moon. They originally planned to change the school working hours, but now they have decided to keep the schedule as it is. The landing is scheduled for Wednesday at 6:04 pm and will be broadcasted live by ISRO. The Education Department wants to share this exciting moment with the students and has instructed the authorities to make the necessary arrangements.

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