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A flood-affected couple sits along a flooded roadside under a picture of Jayalalithaa Jayaram, chief minister of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in Chennai, India, December 6, 2015. (Photo by Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters)

A flood-affected couple sits along a flooded roadside under a picture of Jayalalithaa Jayaram, chief minister of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu, in Chennai, India, December 6, 2015. (Photo by Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters)
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08 Dec 2015 08:04:00
A Hindu holy man or Sadhu walks back to his ashram after taking a dip at Sangam, confluence of Ganges river, Yamuna river and mythical Saraswati river in Allahabad, India, Thursday, August 4, 2016. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)

A Hindu holy man or Sadhu walks back to his ashram after taking a dip at Sangam, confluence of Ganges river, Yamuna river and mythical Saraswati river in Allahabad, India, Thursday, August 4, 2016. (Photo by Rajesh Kumar Singh/AP Photo)
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07 Aug 2016 09:17:00
Indian devotees carry their luggage and wade through the flooded water in Varanasi, India, Friday, August 26, 2016. (Photo by Tsering Topgyal/AP Photo)

Indian devotees carry their luggage and wade through the flooded water in Varanasi, India, Friday, August 26, 2016. (Photo by Tsering Topgyal/AP Photo)
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30 Aug 2016 12:04:00
Kashmiri children play with snow on a wooden foot bridge in the interiors of Dal Lake in Srinagar on January 16, 2017. A cold wave has further tightened its grip in Jammu and Kashmir, with most places in the state recording sub-zero temperatures. (Photo by Tauseef Mustafa/AFP Photo)

Kashmiri children play with snow on a wooden foot bridge in the interiors of Dal Lake in Srinagar on January 16, 2017. A cold wave has further tightened its grip in Jammu and Kashmir, with most places in the state recording sub-zero temperatures. (Photo by Tauseef Mustafa/AFP Photo)
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17 Jan 2017 12:14:00
School children dressed in traditional attire eat breakfast before participating in a Republic day parade in Bangalore, India, Thursday, January 26, 2017. (Photo by Aijaz Rahi/AP Photo)

School children dressed in traditional attire eat breakfast before participating in a Republic day parade in Bangalore, India, Thursday, January 26, 2017. (Photo by Aijaz Rahi/AP Photo)
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27 Jan 2017 10:29:00
A man waits with his camel to take part in a camel decoration competition at the Nagaur Cattle Fair, where animals like camels, cows, horses, and bulls are brought to be sold or traded, in Nagaur, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India February 2, 2017. (Photo by Himanshu Sharma/Reuters)

A man waits with his camel to take part in a camel decoration competition at the Nagaur Cattle Fair, where animals like camels, cows, horses, and bulls are brought to be sold or traded, in Nagaur, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India February 2, 2017. (Photo by Himanshu Sharma/Reuters)
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08 Feb 2017 00:06:00
Municipal workers try to retrieve the lid of a manhole to prevent pedestrians from falling in, in Mumbai, India, Wednesday, September 20, 2017. Incessant rainfall in India's commercial capital has affected air and rail traffic, and schools and colleges remained shut for the day. (Photo by Rafiq Maqbool/AP Photo)

Municipal workers try to retrieve the lid of a manhole to prevent pedestrians from falling in, in Mumbai, India, Wednesday, September 20, 2017. Incessant rainfall in India's commercial capital has affected air and rail traffic, and schools and colleges remained shut for the day. (Photo by Rafiq Maqbool/AP Photo)
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30 Sep 2017 06:02:00
In this photograph taken on December 14, 2016, an Indian craftsman works on unfinished cricket bats in a factory in Meerut, some 70 kms north- east of New Delhi. As Indian factory worker Jitender Singh carves out another big- hitting slab of thick willow he insists MCC proposals to limit the size of cricket bats won' t tame Twenty20 marauders. “I don' t think the thickness matters. It' s more about the balance of the bat and the talent of the batsman”, says Singh, who has made bats for many stars, including South Africa's AB de Villiers. The World Cricket committee of the MCC, the guardians of the game, recommended in December 2016 that limitations be placed on the width and depth of bats because it had become too easy to smash fours and sixes. (Photo by Dominique Faget/AFP Photo)

In this photograph taken on December 14, 2016, an Indian craftsman works on unfinished cricket bats in a factory in Meerut, some 70 kms north- east of New Delhi. (Photo by Dominique Faget/AFP Photo)
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11 Jan 2017 14:32:00