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Northeastern girls getting commando training at the Delhi Police Training Centre, Jharoda Kalan on September 4, 2017 in New Delhi, India. (Photo by Manoj Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)

Northeastern girls getting commando training at the Delhi Police Training Centre, Jharoda Kalan on September 4, 2017 in New Delhi, India. For the first time ever, Delhi Police are providing commando training to 40 young women from the Northeast. Once the commando training is over, these girls will be a part of the «Parakram Vans», an initiative taken by Delhi Police against terrorism. (Photo by Manoj Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images)
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22 Sep 2017 07:27:00
An Indian woman wrapped in a shawl travels with others on a bullock cart on a cold day at Jhansi district, in Bundelkhand, India, Monday, December 29, 2014. Most parts of north India Monday continued to shiver under biting cold with the mercury dipping several notches. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)

An Indian woman wrapped in a shawl travels with others on a bullock cart on a cold day at Jhansi district, in Bundelkhand, India, Monday, December 29, 2014. Most parts of north India Monday continued to shiver under biting cold with the mercury dipping several notches. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)
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31 Dec 2014 14:11:00
Nova, a Walpi, in 1906. (Photo by Edward S. Curtis)

At the beginning of the 20th century, Edward S. Curtis set out to document what he saw as a disappearing race: the Native American. From 1907 to 1930, Curtis took more than 2,000 photos of 80 tribes stretching from the Great Plains to the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. He then published and sold these photos, along with narrative text, in 20 volumes of work known as “The North American Indian”. It is one of the most significant collections of its kind, “probably the most important photographic document of its age and its topic,” said Jeffrey Garrett, associate university librarian for Special Libraries at Northwestern University. (Photo by Edward S. Curtis)
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07 Sep 2014 12:57:00
Mangli Munda poses on her wedding day with a stray dog in Jharkhand, India on August 30, 2014. An 18-year-old Indian girl has married a stray dog as a part of a tribal ritual designed to ward off an evil spell. (Photo by Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)

Mangli Munda poses on her wedding day with a stray dog in Jharkhand, India on August 30, 2014. An 18-year-old Indian girl has married a stray dog as a part of a tribal ritual designed to ward off an evil spell. Village elders hastily organised the wedding between Mangli Munda and the canine as the teenager is believed to be bringing bad luck to her community in a remote village in Jharkhand state. Mangli's father Sri Amnmunda agreed and even found a stray dog named Sheru as a match for his daughter. And while Mangli was a hesitant bride, she believes that the ceremony will help ensure that her future human husband will have a long life. (Photo by Barcroft Media/ABACAPress)
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04 Sep 2014 08:31:00
Nine-day old male Indian rhinoceros Jari walks beside his 18-year old mother Quetta in an outdoor enclosure at the zoo in Basel September 18, 2012.  Jari  was born last Monday weighing around 60 kilos (132.3 pounds).     REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Nine-day old male Indian rhinoceros Jari walks beside his 18-year old mother Quetta in an outdoor enclosure at the zoo in Basel September 18, 2012. Jari was born last Monday weighing around 60 kilos (132.3 pounds). REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
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22 Aug 2013 13:47:00
Indian soldiers practice their stunts on Royal Enfield motorcycles in preparation for the upcoming Republic Day parade

Indian soldiers practice their stunts on Royal Enfield motorcycles in preparation for the upcoming Republic Day parade on January 11, 2012 in New Delhi, India. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak /Getty Images)
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15 Jan 2012 11:20:00
Tourists walk behind a faded sign warning of tsunami hazard in Khao Lak, Phang Nga province December 15, 2014. Ahead of the anniversary of the 2004 tsunami, experts and officials say key weaknesses remain across the region in the system designed to warn people of the next disaster, and get them to safety. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)

Tourists walk behind a faded sign warning of tsunami hazard in Khao Lak, Phang Nga province December 15, 2014. Ahead of the anniversary of the 2004 tsunami, experts and officials say key weaknesses remain across the region in the system designed to warn people of the next disaster, and get them to safety. Thailand prepares to mark the tenth anniversary of the 2004 tsunami, the deadliest on the record, that killed at least 226,000 people in 13 Asian and African countries. (Photo by Damir Sagolj/Reuters)
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21 Dec 2014 11:01:00
Participants wearing costumes take part in the West Indian Day Parade in the Brooklyn borough of New York September 1, 2014. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Reuters)

Participants wearing costumes take part in the West Indian Day Parade in the Brooklyn borough of New York September 1, 2014. The parade, which draws a crowd of a million plus, celebrates Caribbean culture. (Photo by Eric Thayer/Reuters)
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02 Sep 2014 12:43:00