Dolly Shivani Cherukuri has just set a new national archery record in India — and what’s most incredible is that this Mighty Girl is turning three years old next week! At an archery trial this week, Dolly fired over 70 arrows and scored a total of 388 points, making her the youngest Indian to score... Read more »
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