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DIY generation: Trash to Treasure

From a very early age, Aanchal Sukhija used to get vexed at how flippant people were about garbage recycling and reducing their carbon footprint.

Indeed, the fact that people discarded everyday household articles without a thought to the havoc it was causing the environment, was what made her dwell on

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