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Manjula went missing in floods, her heartbroken family cremated a doll in her place

Author: | Posted on: Friday, October 12th, 2018

Manjula, 15 years old, was a star throwball player, and she was cremated with her medals and her favourite jewellery. 

For more on this report by Team StoryInfinity read – The News Minute, Coastal Digest.

 

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