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Akshay Kumar, IPS officer 'sweeten' Diwali of cops' families

Zee News Saturday, 21 October 2017
The Diwali festival has become merrier for families of 103 slain policemen and army personnel in Maharashtra, courtesy an initiative by a senior IPS officer and actor Akshar Kumar, with the latter contributing over Rs 25 lakh for the cause.
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