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COAL-JINDAL-POWER-AND-STEEL-ORISSA/
RTR304VL
March 31, 2012
A worker stands in front of chimneys of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. at Nisha village in the eastern...
NISHA, India
A worker stands in front of chimneys of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. at Nisha village
A worker stands in front of chimneys of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. at Nisha village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa March 27, 2012. Ten years after announcing the project, Jindal Power and Steel is still waiting to start digging for coal to fuel its $3.1 billion steel and power complex in Orissa. Picture taken March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
COAL-JINDAL-POWER-AND-STEEL-ORISSA/
RTR304VK
March 31, 2012
A general view of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex is pictured at Nisha village in the eastern...
NISHA, India
A general view of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex is pictured at Nisha village
A general view of the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex is pictured at Nisha village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa March 27, 2012. Ten years after announcing the project, Jindal Power and Steel is still waiting to start digging for coal to fuel its $3.1 billion steel and power complex in Orissa. Picture taken March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
COAL-JINDAL-POWER-AND-STEEL-ORISSA/
RTR304VG
March 31, 2012
Workers walk inside the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex at Nisha village in the eastern Indian state...
NISHA, India
Workers walk inside the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex at Nisha village
Workers walk inside the Jindal Power and Steel Ltd. complex at Nisha village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa March 27, 2012. Ten years after announcing the project, Jindal Power and Steel is still waiting to start digging for coal to fuel its $3.1 billion steel and power complex in Orissa. Picture taken March 27, 2012. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O11E
June 24, 2011
Farmers sort and arrange betel leaves on the doorstep of a house in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
Farmers sort and arrange betel leaves on the doorstep of a house in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O11D
June 24, 2011
A boy carries his baby brother in his arms at the entrance to their house in Gobindpur village, about...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
A boy carries his baby brother in his arms at the entrance to their house in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O11C
June 24, 2011
Children play a game of hopskotch on a grid drawn into the dirt in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
Children play a game of hopskotch on a grid drawn into the dirt in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O11B
June 24, 2011
Children gather at the entrance of their thatched hut in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
Children gather at the entrance of their thatched hut in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O11A
June 24, 2011
A farmer arranges betel leaves in a basket in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
A farmer arranges betel leaves in a basket in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O119
June 24, 2011
Villagers sit at the entrance to a house in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
Villagers sit at the entrance to a house in Gobindpur village, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Gobindpur is one of several villages from which people will have to be relocated for the plant. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O118
June 24, 2011
A woman empties a bucket while standing next to a cow after washing cooking utensils at a transit camp...
multiple cities, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
A woman empties a bucket while standing next to a cow after washing cooking utensils at a transit camp for villagers who have been displaced in Jagatsinghpur district, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O117
June 24, 2011
A woman sits on the ground at a transit camp for villagers who have been displaced in Jagatsinghpur district,...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
A woman sits on the ground at a transit camp for villagers who have been displaced in Jagatsinghpur district, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR2O116
June 24, 2011
A man is seen silhouetted through fabric as he constructs a temporary shelter at a transit camp for villagers...
JAGATSINGHPUR, India
To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/
A man is seen silhouetted through fabric as he constructs a temporary shelter at a transit camp for villagers who have been displaced in Jagatsinghpur district, about 75 km (46 miles) east of Orissa's state capital Bhubaneswar, June 22, 2011. Local protests have forced the poor eastern state of Orissa to halt acquiring land for a proposed $12 billion steel plant to be built by South Korea's POSCO, further delaying the biggest foreign direct investment in Asia's third largest economy. Farmers accuse the Orissa state government of being in cahoots with big business to trick them out of land their families have held for generations. Picture taken June 22, 2011. To match Feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS SOCIETY)
OSCARS-INDIA/SLUMDOG
RTXBZL2
February 23, 2009
Children run past a sand sculpture depicting eight Oscars won by "Slumdog Millionaire" at the 81st Academy...
Puri, India
Children run past sand sculpture depicting eight Oscars won by "Slumdog Millionaire" in Puri
Children run past a sand sculpture depicting eight Oscars won by "Slumdog Millionaire" at the 81st Academy Awards, on a beach in Puri, about 62 km (39 miles) east from the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, February 23, 2009. Rags-to-riches romance "Slumdog Millionaire" swept the Oscars on Sunday, winning eight awards, including the prize for best picture in a Hollywood triumph for a movie that almost failed to get released. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBLZ6
February 14, 2009
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station, about 120...
Jajpur, India
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station, about 120 km (75 miles) east from the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, February 14, 2009. Authorities have ordered a probe into an express train derailment in Orissa that killed 12 people and injured about 150, a senior railway official said on Saturday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBLZ5
February 14, 2009
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station, about 120...
Jajpur, India
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station
Onlookers stand beside the wreckage of a derailed train near the remote Jajpur Road station, about 120 km (75 miles) east of the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, February 14, 2009. Authorities have ordered a probe into an express train derailment in Orissa that killed 12 people and injured about 150, a senior railway official said on Saturday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
CRICKET-ENGLAND
RTXB1J2
November 28, 2008
England cricket players board a bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in the eastern Indian city...
Bhubaneswar, India
England cricket players board a bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in Bhubaneshwar
England cricket players board a bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneshwar November 28, 2008. England opted on Thursday to return home from India after militant attacks in Mumbai killed at least 119 people but promised to return for two cricket tests next month. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
CRICKET-ENGLAND
RTXB1J0
November 28, 2008
England cricket players board a bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in the eastern Indian city...
Bhubaneswar, India
England cricket players board bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in Bhubaneshwar
England cricket players board a bus as Indian soldiers stand guard at a hotel in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneshwar November 28, 2008. England opted on Thursday to return home from India after militant attacks in Mumbai killed at least 119 people but promised to return for two cricket tests next month. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
CRICKET-ENGLAND/TOUR
RTXB0HO
November 27, 2008
England Cricket Board's managing director Hugh Morris (R) and Andrew Walpole, media manager of the England...
Bhubaneswar, India
England Cricket Board's Morris and Walpole hold a news conference in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar...
England Cricket Board's managing director Hugh Morris (R) and Andrew Walpole, media manager of the England cricket team, hold a news conference to announce their decision on the team's tour of India, in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar November 27, 2008. England will wait for security advice before deciding if they are to proceed with their cricket tour of India after a series of deadly attacks in Mumbai on Wednesday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
CRICKET-ENGLAND/
RTXB0G7
November 27, 2008
Security personnel from the Special Operation Group stand guard at the hotel where the England cricket...
Bhubaneswar, India
Security personnel guard at hotel where the England cricket team is staying in Bhubaneswar
Security personnel from the Special Operation Group stand guard at the hotel where the England cricket team is staying, in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar November 27, 2008. The final two matches of England's one-day series against India were called off and the remainder of the tour hangs in the balance following Wednesday's militant attacks in Mumbai that claimed more than 100 lives. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-USA
RTXA9ZQ
November 05, 2008
People take photographs of a sand sculpture of U.S. President-elect Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) at Prui...
Puri, India
People take photographs of sand sculpture of US President-elect Senator Obama at Prui
People take photographs of a sand sculpture of U.S. President-elect Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) at Prui beach in eastern Indian November 5, 2008. India hailed the election of Obama as the next U.S. president on Wednesday, saying his "extraordinary journey" to the White House would inspire people not only in his country but around the world. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDA)
INDIA-FLOODS/
RTX8SV2
September 22, 2008
Villagers carry relief material near a flood relief camp in the flooded town of Pipli in the Puri district,...
PIPLI, India
Villagers carry relief material near a flood relief camp in the flooded town of Pipli
Villagers carry relief material near a flood relief camp in the flooded town of Pipli in the Puri district, in the eastern Indian state of Orissa September 22, 2008. Authorities battling floods in eastern India said on Monday they were struggling to rescue thousands of people stranded in remote villages as bad weather and swift river currents hampered rescue attempts. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-FLOODS/
RTX8STF
September 22, 2008
A view of submerged houses in the flood-hit Jajpur village, 80 km (50 miles) east of the eastern Indian...
Jajpur, India
A view of submerged houses in the flood-hit Jajpur village
A view of submerged houses in the flood-hit Jajpur village, 80 km (50 miles) east of the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneshwar, September 22, 2008. Authorities battling floods in eastern India said on Monday they were struggling to rescue thousands of people stranded in remote villages as bad weather and swift river currents hampered rescue attempts. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-FLOODS/
RTX8STC
September 22, 2008
Villagers take shelter on the top of their submerged houses in the flood-hit Jajpur village, 80 km (50...
Jajpur, India
Villagers take shelter on top of their submerged houses in flood-hit Jajpur village
Villagers take shelter on the top of their submerged houses in the flood-hit Jajpur village, 80 km (50 miles) east of the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, September 22, 2008. Authorities battling floods in eastern India said on Monday they were struggling to rescue thousands of people stranded in remote villages as bad weather and swift river currents hampered rescue attempts. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-ATTACK/
RTR21VJH
September 14, 2008
People stand near a sand art of of a crying child in front the historic India Gate monument of New Delhi,...
Puri, India
People stand near sand art at beach in Puri
People stand near a sand art of of a crying child in front the historic India Gate monument of New Delhi, at a beach in the eastern Indian city of Puri September 14, 2008, after Saturday night's bomb blasts in New Delhi. Police officers trawled slums and criminal hideouts in India's capital on Sunday rounding up suspects after serial bombings in the city a day earlier killed at least 21 people and wounded nearly 100. At least five bombs exploded in quick succession in crowded markets and streets in the heart of New Delhi on Saturday night. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR20JA7
August 01, 2008
School children hold placards during a campaign against tiger poaching, at a zoological park in the eastern...
Bhubaneswar, India
School children hold placards during a campaign against tiger poaching, at a zoological park in the eastern...
School children hold placards during a campaign against tiger poaching, at a zoological park in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar August 1, 2008. The campaign on Friday was organised to create awareness for the preservation of tigers. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX7W18
July 13, 2008
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra gestures as his fiancee Sweta Prusty looks on after Mishra had skydived...
Bhubaneswar, India
Indian sky diver Mishra gestures as his fiancee Prusty looks on in Bhubaneswar
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra gestures as his fiancee Sweta Prusty looks on after Mishra had skydived 6000 feet before proceeding to their traditional wedding dais, at a sports ground in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar July 13, 2008. Mishra, an Indian Air Force personnel, skydived to Prusty's house for their wedding, local media reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX7W13
July 13, 2008
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra, dressed in a groom's attire, removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after...
Bhubaneswar, India
Indian sky diver Mishra removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after landing from 6000 feet in Bhubaneswar...
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra, dressed in a groom's attire, removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after landing from 6000 feet, before proceeding to his traditional wedding dais, at a sports ground in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar July 13, 2008. Mishra, an Indian Air Force personnel, skydived to his fiancee Sweta Prusty's house for the wedding, local media reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX7W11
July 13, 2008
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra, dressed in a groom's attire, removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after...
Bhubaneswar, India
Indian sky diver Mishra removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after landing from 6000 feet in Bhubaneswar...
Indian sky diver Sisir Mishra, dressed in a groom's attire, removes his sky-diving parachute-kit after landing from 6000 feet, before proceeding to his traditional wedding dais, at a sports ground in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar July 13, 2008. Mishra, an Indian Air Force personnel, skydived to his fiancee Sweta Prusty's house for the wedding, local media reported on Sunday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-STAMPEDE/
RTX7MO0
July 04, 2008
Hindu devotees attend Rath Yatra, a religious procession, in the eastern Indian city of Puri July 4,...
Puri, India
Hindu devotees attend Rath Yatra in Puri
Hindu devotees attend Rath Yatra, a religious procession, in the eastern Indian city of Puri July 4, 2008. At least six people were trampled to death and dozens injured in a stampede at the annual chariot festival or the Rath Yatra in Orissa on Friday, police said. The Rath Yatra commemorates the legendary journey of Lord Krishna, also known as Lord Jagannath, to his birthplace in Mathura. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA-STAMPEDE/
RTX7MNO
July 04, 2008
A devotee injured during Rath Yatra, a religious procession, is rushed to the hospital, in the eastern...
Puri, India
Devotee injured during Rath Yatra is rushed to hospital in Puri
A devotee injured during Rath Yatra, a religious procession, is rushed to the hospital, in the eastern Indian city of Puri July 4, 2008. At least six people were trampled to death and dozens injured in a stampede at the annual chariot festival or the Rath Yatra in Orissa on Friday, police said. The Rath Yatra commemorates the legendary journey of Lord Krishna, also known as Lord Jagannath, to his birthplace in Mathura. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA
RTX4ZIO
December 24, 2007
Sand artist Sudarsan Patnaik creates sand sculptures of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ on Christmas eve...
Puri, India
Sand artist Sudarsan Patnaik creates sand sculptures of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ in Puri
Sand artist Sudarsan Patnaik creates sand sculptures of Santa Claus and Jesus Christ on Christmas eve at a beach in Puri, close to the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneshwar, December 24, 2007. Patnaik took 25 hours to create 16 feet (5 meters) Santa and 20 feet (6 meters) Jesus sculptures . REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1SRTZ
August 14, 2007
School children gather around a sand sculpture of the Indian national flag and Mahatma Gandhi on the...
Puri, India
School children gather around a sand sculpture at a beach in Puri
School children gather around a sand sculpture of the Indian national flag and Mahatma Gandhi on the eve of India's Independence Day at a beach in Puri, about 70 km (43 miles) east of the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar August 14, 2007. The 60 feet (18 metres) long creation was built by artist Sudarshan Patnaik. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1KR4B
December 30, 2006
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik (top L) makes a sand sculpture of executed former Iraqi President...
Puri, India
Indian sand artist makes sand sculpture of executed Saddam Hussein in Puri
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik (top L) makes a sand sculpture of executed former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein in Puri, the eastern coast of the Indian state of Orissa, December 30, 2006. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA WEATHER
RTR1GY2U
September 03, 2006
Flood waters surround the shelters of people in the Kendrapara district of India's city of Orissa, September...
KENDRAPARA, India
Flood waters surround the shelters of people in Kendrapara district in India
Flood waters surround the shelters of people in the Kendrapara district of India's city of Orissa, September 3, 2006. Flooding triggered by monsoon rains in the past few days have left 1.5 million people homeless and damaged thousands of acres of paddy crop in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, officials said on Sunday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1FAMM
July 08, 2006
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik gives finishing touches to the sand sculptures of Italy's football...
Puri, India
Indian sand artist Patnaik gives finishing touches to sand sculptures of Italy's football player Cannavaro...
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik gives finishing touches to the sand sculptures of Italy's football player Fabio Cannavaro (R) and France's football player Zinedine Zidane at the Golden beach in Puri, about 70 kilometres (43 miles) east of the Indian eastern city of Orissa, July 8, 2006. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
MINERALS INDIA MITTAL
RTR1F9M0
July 07, 2006
Chairman of Mittal Steel, Lakshmi Mittal, arrives at the airport in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar...
Bhubaneswar, India
Chairman of Mittal Steel arrives at airport in Bhubaneswar
Chairman of Mittal Steel, Lakshmi Mittal, arrives at the airport in the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar July 7, 2006. Mittal Steel, the world's No.1 steel firm, said on Friday it was negotiating with an Indian state to set up a 12-million tones steel plant at the cost of at least 300 billion rupees ($6.5 billion). REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA POSCO VILLAGE
RTR1F3YQ
July 02, 2006
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village, about 140 km (85 miles) east from the eastern...
DHINKIA, India
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village, about 140 km (85 miles) east from the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar June 30, 2006. About 200 villagers of Dhinkia in Orissa state have been shunned for welcoming India's largest foreign direct investment, a proposed $12 billion steel plant by South Korean steel giant POSCO. Picture taken June 30, 2006. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
BIRDFLU
RTR1B9AE
February 19, 2006
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik makes a sand sculpture of a rooster to raise awareness about bird...
Puri, India
Indian sand artist Patnaik makes sand sculpture of rooster to raise awareness about bird flu in Puri,...
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik makes a sand sculpture of a rooster to raise awareness about bird flu in Puri, 80 km (50 miles) east of Indian southeastern state of Orissa February 19, 2006. India said it was testing dozens of people for bird flu on Sunday, while France confirmed its first avian cases of the H5N1 virus as the deadly strain spread around the globe. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
BIRDFLU
RTR16E2L
February 19, 2006
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik makes a sand sculpture of a rooster to raise awareness about bird...
Puri, India
Indian sand artist Patnaik makes sand sculpture of rooster to raise awareness about bird flu in Puri,...
Indian sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik makes a sand sculpture of a rooster to raise awareness about bird flu in Puri, 80 km (50 miles) east of Indian southeastern state of Orissa February 19, 2006. India said it was testing dozens of people for bird flu on Sunday, while France confirmed its first avian cases of the H5N1 virus as the deadly strain spread around the globe. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
RTR1B7J4
February 18, 2006
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya...
GANJAM, India
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya...
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya beach, near Ganjam, 180 km (112 miles) south of Indian southeastern city of Bhubaneswar, February 18, 2006. Thousands of sea turtles arrive in the Orissa coast for nesting, officials said. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
RTR16C8Y
February 18, 2006
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya...
GANJAM, India
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya...
Foreign tourists take a picture of a sea turtle as it returns to the sea after nesting at the Rishikulya beach, near Ganjam, 180 km (112 miles) south of Indian southeastern city of Bhubaneswar, February 18, 2006. Thousands of sea turtles arrive in the Orissa coast for nesting, officials said. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
RTR19Q2O
October 22, 2005
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar, capital of the Indian state of Orissa,...
Bhubaneswar, India
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar in India
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar, capital of the Indian state of Orissa, October 22, 2005. Indian authorities have started testing migratory birds for avian flu in the east of the country, a minister said on Saturday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
RTR19PZW
October 22, 2005
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar, capital of the Indian state of Orissa,...
Bhubaneswar, India
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar
Migratory birds sit on trees in the Chandaka forest in Bhubaneswar, capital of the Indian state of Orissa, October 22, 2005. Indian authorities have started testing migratory birds for avian flu in the east of the country, a minister said on Saturday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
RTR193OS
October 10, 2005
Indians gather to pay tribute around a sand sculpture, depicting the trauma caused by the recent South...
Puri, India
Indians gather to pay tribute to earthquake victims around a sand sculpture in Puri
Indians gather to pay tribute around a sand sculpture, depicting the trauma caused by the recent South Asian earthquake, in Puri, in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, October 10, 2005. Soldiers searched on Monday for isolated Indian Kashmiri villages believed buried under landslides triggered by a weekend earthquake, but rescue efforts have been hindered by sporadic militant attacks, officials said. The death toll in India from Saturday's tremor rose to nearly 750, but authorities said they were yet to account for all villages in the worst-hit districts of Baramulla and Kupwara which border Pakistan. REUTERS/ Sanjib Mukherjee
INDIA
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May 08, 2005
Sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik draws a sketch of Taj Mahal at a beach in Puri in the eastern Indian state...
Puri, India
Sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik draws a sketch of Taj Mahal in Puri, India.
Sand artist Sudarshan Patnaik draws a sketch of Taj Mahal at a beach in Puri in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, May 8, 2005. Patnaik will build a giant black sandcastle of the Taj Mahal, one of the wonders of the world, to mark the 350th anniversary of the famous symbol of love. The 8m (25-feet) replica will be built on the banks of the Yamuna river, across from the Taj where legend has it that emperor Shahjehan, who built the tomb for his wife, originally planned a black marble version for himself. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee KK/CN
INDIA
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December 26, 2003
An Indian man walks near a sand sculpture of captured Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein at a beach in Puri...
Puri, India
AN INDIAN MAN WALKS NEAR SAND SCULPTURE OF CAPTURED IRAQI LEADER SADDAM HUSSEIN IN ORISSA.
An Indian man walks near a sand sculpture of captured Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein at a beach in Puri in the eastern Indian city of Orissa December 26, 2003. PP05070290 REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee AH/FA
INDIA
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December 01, 2003
Indian dancers practice the ancient Odissi dance during the Konark
Dance Festival, 70 km (43 miles)...
Bhubaneshwar, Republic of India
INDIAN DANCERS PRACTICE THE ANCIENT ODISSI DANCE IN BHUBANESHWAR.
Indian dancers practice the ancient Odissi dance during the Konark
Dance Festival, 70 km (43 miles) from the city of Bhubaneshwar, capital
of the eastern Indian state of Orissa December 1, 2003. The five-day
festival invites many different types of classical dancers from across
India to perform various dances. REUTERS/ Sanjib Mukherjee

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RELIGION INDIA
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September 22, 2003
Hindu activist and ringleader Dara Singh is escorted by Indian police
as he enters a court room in Bhubaneswar,...
Bhubaneswar, Republic of India
HINDU ACTIVIST DARA SINGH IS ESCORTED BY INDIAN POLICE IN BHUBANESWAR.
Hindu activist and ringleader Dara Singh is escorted by Indian police
as he enters a court room in Bhubaneswar, state capital of the eastern
Indian state of Orrisa, September 22, 2003. Police are seeking the
death penalty for Singh and 12 others on Monday for burning alive an
Australian missionary Graham Stains and his two sons. The Staines
murders and the elevation of Singh to hero status by some hardliners
have underlined religious tensions in Hindu majority India. REUTERS/
Sanjib Mukherjee

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RELIGION INDIA
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September 22, 2003
Hindu activist and ringleader Dara Singh is seated in a police van in
Bhubaneswar, state capital of...
Bhubaneswar, Republic of India
HINDU ACTIVIST AND RINGLEADER DARA SINGH IS SEATED IN A POLICE VAN IN
BHUBANESWAR.
Hindu activist and ringleader Dara Singh is seated in a police van in
Bhubaneswar, state capital of the eastern Indian state of Orrisa,
September 22, 2003. Police are seeking the death penalty for Singh and
12 others on Monday for burning alive an Australian missionary Graham
Staines and his two sons in 1999. The Staines murders and the elevation
of Singh to hero status by some Hindu hardliners have underlined
religious tensions in Hindu majority India. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee

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INDIA FLOOD
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September 04, 2003
Residents wade through floodwaters to collect relief supplies in
Kanasa, in the eastern Indian state...
Kanasa, Republic of India
RESIDENTS WADE THROUGH FLOODWATERS IN KANASA.
Residents wade through floodwaters to collect relief supplies in
Kanasa, in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, September 4, 2003.
Indian soldiers in boats on Thursday rescued hundreds of people
marooned by monsoon flooding which killed at least 19 people in the
low-lying state of Orissa, a government official said. REUTERS/Sanjib
Mukherjee

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INDIA
RTR2D3P
September 01, 2003
A handicapped man tries to get to safety on his tri-cycle on a flooded
road in Jagatsingpur district...
Jagatsingpur, Republic of India
HANDICAPPED MAN TRIES TO GET TO SAFETY IN HIS TRI-CYCLE ON FLOODED ROAD
IN JAGATSINGPUR.
A handicapped man tries to get to safety on his tri-cycle on a flooded
road in Jagatsingpur district 80 kms (50 miles) east of Bhubaneswar,
state capital of the eastern Indian state of Orissa September 1, 2003.
Authorities have called in army reinforcements in the eastern state
after floods caused by heavy monsoon rains killed 13 people and cut off
hundreds of low lying villages. REUTERS/ Sanjib Mukherjee

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INDIA
RTRPZEZ
July 01, 2003
Hindu devotees surround chariots during an annual festival in Puri,
70km ( 43.5 miles) east of Bhubaneswar,...
Puri, Republic of India
HINDU DEVOTEES CROWD AROUND CHARIOTS IN PURI.
Hindu devotees surround chariots during an annual festival in Puri,
70km ( 43.5 miles) east of Bhubaneswar, the capital of the eastern
state of Orissa, July 1, 2003. Tens of thousands of devotees from all
over the world are taking part in the century-old Rath Yatra, or
chariot festival, on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee

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RELIGION INDIA PROCESSION
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July 01, 2003
Indian policemen watch as Hindu devotees push a chariot during a
festival in Ahmedabad in the western...
Ahmedabad, Republic of India
INDIAN POLICEMEN WATCH AS HINDU DEVOTEES PUSH A CHARIOT IN AHMEDABAD.
Indian policemen watch as Hindu devotees push a chariot during a
festival in Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat, July 1,
2003. More than 15,000 policemen lined the route of a Hindu procession
in India's religiously sensitive Gujarat on Tuesday to prevent violence
in the state where 1,000 people died in riots last year. REUTERS/Amit
Dave

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RELIGION INDIA PROCESSION
RTR1I9
July 01, 2003
Indian policemen watch as Hindu devotees push a chariot during a
festival in Ahmedabad in the western...
Ahmedabad, Republic of India
INDIAN POLICEMEN STAND GUARD A STREET AS HINDU DEVOTEES PUSH A CHARIOT
IN AHMEDABAD.
Indian policemen watch as Hindu devotees push a chariot during a
festival in Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat, July 1,
2003. More than 15,000 policemen lined the route of a Hindu procession
in India's religiously sensitive Gujarat on Tuesday to prevent violence
in the state where 1,000 people died in riots last year. REUTERS/Amit
Dave

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INDIA
RTR1H8
July 01, 2003
A Hindu devotee spits fire during a festival in Ahmedabad in the
western Indian state of Gujarat, July...
Ahmedabad, Republic of India
A HINDU DEVOTEE SPITS FIRE DURING A FESTIVAL IN AHMEDABAD.
A Hindu devotee spits fire during a festival in Ahmedabad in the
western Indian state of Gujarat, July 1, 2003. Tens of thousands of
devotees from all over the world are taking part in the century-old
Rath Yatra, or chariot festival, on Tuesday. REUTERS/Amit Dave

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RELIGION INDIA PROCESSION
RTR1AD
July 01, 2003
Hindu devotees push a chariot during an annual festival through a
street of Ahmedabad, main city of...
Ahmedabad, Republic of India
HINDU DEVOTEES PUSH A CHARIOT DURING AN ANNUAL FESTIVAL IN AHMEDABAD.
Hindu devotees push a chariot during an annual festival through a
street of Ahmedabad, main city of the western Indian state of Gujarat,
July 1, 2003. More than 15,000 policemen lined the route of a Hindu
procession in India's religiously sensitive Gujarat on Tuesday to
prevent violence in the state where 1,000 people died in riots last
year. REUTERS/Amit Dave

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RELIGION INDIA PROCESSION
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July 01, 2003
A Hindu devotee carries a bicycle with his teeth during a festival in
Ahmedabad in the western Indian...
Ahmedabad, Republic of India
A HINDU DEVOTEE CARRIES A BICYCLE WITH HIS TEETH IN AHMEDABAD.
A Hindu devotee carries a bicycle with his teeth during a festival in
Ahmedabad in the western Indian state of Gujarat, July 1, 2003. More
than 15,000 policemen lined the route of a Hindu procession in India's
religiously sensitive Gujarat on Tuesday to prevent violence in the
state where 1,000 people died in riots last year. REUTERS/Amit Dave

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INDIA
RTREMPY
December 01, 2002
Two male dancers practice in front of a temple in Konarak, 64 kms (40
miles) south of Bhubaneswar, state...
Konark, Republic of India
MALE DANCERS PRACTICE IN FRONT OF TEMPLE IN KONARAK.
Two male dancers practice in front of a temple in Konarak, 64 kms (40
miles) south of Bhubaneswar, state capital of the eastern state of
Orrisa December 1, 2002. A five-day festival of the arts is taking
place here and classical Indian dancers from across the country have
gathered to perform. REUTERS/ Sanjib Mukherjee

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INDIA
RTREMHK
December 01, 2002
Two dancers practice outside a temple in Konarak, 64 kms (40 miles)
south of Bhubaneswar, in the eastern...
Konark, Republic of India
DANCERS PRACTICE OUTSIDE A TEMPLE IN KONARAK.
Two dancers practice outside a temple in Konarak, 64 kms (40 miles)
south of Bhubaneswar, in the eastern state of Orrisa December 1, 2002.
A five-day festival of the arts is taking place here and classical
Indian dancers from across the country have gathered to perform.
REUTERS/ Sanjib Mukherjee

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INDIA
RTRBNGE
October 06, 2002
Sudarshan Patnaik, a sand artist, creates a sculpture of the Hindu
Goddess Durga in Puri, in the eastern...
Puri, Republic of India
A SAND ARTIST CREATES SCULPTURE OF HINDU GODDESS DURGA IN PURI.
Sudarshan Patnaik, a sand artist, creates a sculpture of the Hindu
Goddess Durga in Puri, in the eastern state of Orissa October 6, 2002.
The annual Durga Puja festival, which starts on October 12, is one of
the most popular festivals for Hindus. In Hindu mythology, Durga
symbolises power and the triumph of good over evil. REUTERS/Sanjib
Mukherjee

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