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SUMMER SOLDIERS

Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy, sunshine in my eyes can make me cry… goes the evergreen John Denver song. Traffic constables,

courier delivery men, postmen, ice cream vendors, auto drivers and others for whom getting toasted in summer is part of the day’s work, haven’t heard the song. But if they ever do, they will disagree with the first line and agree with the second, find out A.S.R.P. Mukesh and Antara Bose


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