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A lyrical journey

Recipient of this year's Yuva Sahitya Akademi Award for the Punjabi book Rani Tat, Harmanjeet Singh talks about the joy of reading and writing.

He is too shy to tell that his lyrics have become so popular that even young Pakistanis are humming them and uploading them on YouTube.

Most questions put to this 27-year-old, who recently received the prestigious Yuva Sangeet

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