Indian students archer aim for their future
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Choudhary, a national-level archer whose brother, Ved Kumar, graduated from this facility and went on to qualify for the Olympics, has the added task of informing students about the world outside.
"There are no newspapers here. Archers here could not even see Deepika in action during the Olympics. It's my duty to keep them informed,'' says Choudhary, who has been at the school for two years.
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