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This 21-year-old female auto driver in Jammu and Kashmir is getting netizens' attention

DNA Friday, 15 January 2021
Banjeet Kaur, who is a second-year student in college, said that she had not left her studies and driving an auto-rickshaw was just her part-time job.
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J and K locals, affected with cross-border firing, welcome new ceasefire [Video]

J and K locals, affected with cross-border firing, welcome new ceasefire

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Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:05Published
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Credit: ANI    Duration: 02:19Published
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Credit: ANI    Duration: 03:29Published

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