Bahrana village in Haryana’s Jhajjar district is no different from any other in the state. The air in the lanes smells no different, the breeze is the same, and the sunshine no harsher. People are the same, too; dressed mostly in white, men gather under the shade of a tree playing cards and tossing smoke in the air, while women work at their household chores.But run your eyes over the children running around the lanes and by-lanes. You do see a difference; it stares you in the face. Wher