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INDIA
RTR20O9A
August 06, 2008
A three-dimensional central acquisition radar "Rohini" is on display at a function in Ghaziabad August...
New Delhi, India
Three-dimensional central acquisition radar "Rohini" is on display at function in Ghaziabad
A three-dimensional central acquisition radar "Rohini" is on display at a function in Ghaziabad August 6, 2008. India's Navaratna Defence Public Sector Undertaking Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) on Wednesday handed over "Rohini", a mobile three-dimensional multi-beam radar, to the Indian Air Force, a press release from BEL said. The radar is capable of Track-While-Scan (TWS) of airborne targets up to 150 km (93 miles), according to the company. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-INDIA/
RTX8437
July 25, 2008
India's shooter Anjali Bhagwat attends a news conference during a send off function for the Indian contingent...
New Delhi, India
India's shooter Anjali Bhagwat attends a news conference in New Delhi
India's shooter Anjali Bhagwat attends a news conference during a send off function for the Indian contingent to the Beijing Olympic Games, in New Delhi July 25, 2008. A total of 57 athletes from India are taking part in the games. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-INDIA/
RTX8434
July 25, 2008
India's shooters Anjali Bhagwat and Manavjit Singh Sandhu (R) laugh as archer Dola Banerjee (C) watches...
New Delhi, India
India's shooters Bhagwat and Sandhu laugh at a news conference in New Delhi
India's shooters Anjali Bhagwat and Manavjit Singh Sandhu (R) laugh as archer Dola Banerjee (C) watches at a news conference during a send off function for the Indian contingent to the Beijing Olympic Games, in New Delhi July 25, 2008. A total of 57 athletes from India are taking part in the games. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-INDIA/
RTX8432
July 25, 2008
India's judokas Divya (L) and Khumujam Tombi Devi and shooters Anjali Bhagwat (2nd R) and Manavjit Singh...
New Delhi, India
India's judokas Divya and Khumujam and shooters Bhagwat and Sandhu attend a news conference in New Delhi...
India's judokas Divya (L) and Khumujam Tombi Devi and shooters Anjali Bhagwat (2nd R) and Manavjit Singh Sandhu (R) attend a news conference during a send off function for the Indian contingent to the Beijing Olympic Games, in New Delhi July 25, 2008. A total of 57 athletes from India are taking part in the games. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7QT5
July 08, 2008
Senior communist leaders Prakash Karat (C), T. J. Chandrachoodan (L) and Debabrata Biswas attend a news...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leaders Karat, Chandrachoodan and Biswas attend a news conference in New Delhi
Senior communist leaders Prakash Karat (C), T. J. Chandrachoodan (L) and Debabrata Biswas attend a news conference in New Delhi July 8, 2008. The communist parties that have provided the government with a parliamentary majority for four years said on Tuesday they were withdrawing their support to protest a civilian nuclear deal with the United States. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7QSZ
July 08, 2008
Prakash Karat, head of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), India's biggest communist party, speaks...
New Delhi, India
Karat head of the Communist Party of India Marxist speaks during a news conference in New Delhi
Prakash Karat, head of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), India's biggest communist party, speaks during a news conference in New Delhi July 8, 2008. The communist parties that have provided the government with a parliamentary majority for four years said on Tuesday they were withdrawing their support to protest a civilian nuclear deal with the United States. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7QSV
July 08, 2008
Prakash Karat, head of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), India's biggest communist party, speaks...
New Delhi, India
Karat head of the Communist Party of India Marxist speaks during a news conference in New Delhi
Prakash Karat, head of the Communist Party of India (Marxist), India's biggest communist party, speaks during a news conference in New Delhi July 8, 2008. The communist parties that have provided the government with a parliamentary majority for four years said on Tuesday they were withdrawing their support to protest a civilian nuclear deal with the United States. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-STRIKE/SHRINE
RTX7MDD
July 04, 2008
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and...
New Delhi, India
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan burn effigy of Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Vohra during protest in...
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, N.K. Vohra, during a protest in New Delhi July 4, 2008. A scattered strike over the transfer of forest land to the Amarnath shrine trust turned violent in central India on Thursday, with four people killed and dozens injured in religious clashes, police said. They were protesting against the government of Jammu and Kashmir for reversing a decision to transfer forest land to the shrine trust in the Muslim-majority part of the state. The banners read: "For the protection of Hinduism, we will use weapons - Shiv Sena Hindustan" (L) and "Attack on religion, Hindus wake up - Shiv Sena Hindustan" (C). REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-STRIKE/SHRINE
RTX7MDA
July 04, 2008
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and...
New Delhi, India
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan burn effigy of Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Vohra during protest in...
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, N.K. Vohra, during a protest in New Delhi July 4, 2008. A scattered strike over the transfer of forest land to the Amarnath shrine trust turned violent in central India on Thursday, with four people killed and dozens injured in religious clashes, police said. They were protesting against the government of Jammu and Kashmir for reversing a decision to transfer forest land to the shrine trust in the Muslim-majority part of the state. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-STRIKE/SHRINE
RTX7MD9
July 04, 2008
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, shout slogans during a protest in New Delhi...
New Delhi, India
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan shout slogans during protest in New Delhi
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, shout slogans during a protest in New Delhi July 4, 2008. A scattered strike over the transfer of forest land to the Amarnath shrine trust turned violent in central India on Thursday, with four people killed and dozens injured in religious clashes, police said. They were protesting against the government of Jammu and Kashmir for reversing a decision to transfer forest land to the shrine trust in the Muslim-majority part of the state. The banners read "For the protection of Hinduism, we will use weapons - Shiv Sena Hindustan" (L) and "Attack on religion, Hindus wake up - Shiv Sena Hindustan" (R). REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-STRIKE/SHRINE
RTX7MD4
July 04, 2008
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and...
New Delhi, India
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan burn effigy of Governor of Jammu and Kashmir Vohra during protest in...
Activists of Shiv Sena Hindustan, a politico-social group, burn an effigy of the Governor of Jammu and Kashmir, N.K. Vohra, during a protest in New Delhi July 4, 2008. A scattered strike over the transfer of forest land to the Amarnath shrine trust turned violent in central India on Thursday, with four people killed and dozens injured in religious clashes, police said. They were protesting against the government of Jammu and Kashmir for reversing a decision to transfer forest land to the shrine trust in the Muslim-majority part of the state. The banners read (L-R): "For the protection of Hinduism, we will use weapons - Shiv Sena Hindustan", "Attack on religion, Hindus wake up - Shiv Sena Hindustan" and "Return the land to Amarnath Shrine board - Shiv Sena Hindustan". REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX7HJW
June 30, 2008
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Motor and Scooter India, Shinji Aoyama, gestures as Operating...
New Delhi, India
President and CEO of Honda Motor and Scooter India Aoyama gestures in New Delhi
President and Chief Executive Officer of Honda Motor and Scooter India, Shinji Aoyama, gestures as Operating Officer General Manager, Planning Division Honda Motorcycle R&D Centre Japan, Kenji Kawaguchi (L), watches while posing beside Honda's new CBF Stunner bike during its launch in New Delhi June 30, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR20A2G
May 07, 2008
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio speaks during a news conference to announce the launch...
New Delhi, India
Chief Executive of Ducati Torchio speaks during news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India,...
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio speaks during a news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India, in New Delhi May 7, 2008. The company declared its foray into the Indian market with the launch of five models, Monster S4R S Testastreeta, Superbike 1098, 1098R, Hypermotard 1100S, and the Superbike 848, starting from Rs 2,100,000 ($50,909), an official release said. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR20A2A
May 07, 2008
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio (R), Vice President of Sales Cristiano Silei (C) and Chairman...
New Delhi, India
Chief Executive of Ducati Torchio, Vice President of Sales Silei and Chairman and Chief Executive of...
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio (R), Vice President of Sales Cristiano Silei (C) and Chairman and Chief Executive of Precision Motor India Ashish Chordia pose with 1098R and Hypermotard 1100S models during a news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India, in New Delhi May 7, 2008. The company declared its foray into the Indian market with the launch of five models, Monster S4R S Testastreeta, the Superbike 1098, 1098R, Hypermotard 1100S, and the Superbike 848, starting from Rs 2,100,000 ($50,909), an official release said. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR20A23
May 07, 2008
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio speaks during a news conference to announce the launch...
New Delhi, India
Chief Executive of Ducati Torchio speaks during news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India,...
Chief Executive of Ducati Gabriele Del Torchio speaks during a news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India, in New Delhi May 7, 2008. The company declared its foray into the Indian market with the launch of five models, Monster S4R S Testastreeta, Superbike 1098, 1098R, Hypermotard 1100S, and the Superbike 848, starting from Rs 2,100,000 ($50,909), an official release said. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR20A1T
May 07, 2008
A news videographer films the Monster S4R S Testastreeta (L) and the Superbike 1098 on display during...
New Delhi, India
A news videographer films Monster S4R S Testastreeta and Superbike 1098 on display during a news conference...
A news videographer films the Monster S4R S Testastreeta (L) and the Superbike 1098 on display during a news conference to announce the launch of Ducati in India, in New Delhi, May 7, 2008. The company declared its foray into the Indian market with the launch of five models, Monster S4R S Testastreeta, the Superbike 1098, 1098R, Hypermotard 1100S, and the Superbike 848, starting from Rs 2,100,000 ($50,909), an official release said. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-TIBET/LAMA
RTR1ZV7H
April 25, 2008
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi April 25, 2008. Thousands...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi April 25, 2008. Thousands of Tibetans exiles in India marched on Friday, demanding the release of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, who is recognised by Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama as the 11th reincarnation of the Panchen Lama and who according to the exiles has been a prisoner in China since 1995. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA-TIBET/LAMA
RTR1ZV7F
April 25, 2008
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi April 25, 2008. Thousands...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi
Tibetan monks attend birthday celebrations for Gedhun Choekyi Nyima in New Delhi April 25, 2008. Thousands of Tibetans exiles in India marched on Friday, demanding the release of Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, who is recognised by Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama as the 11th reincarnation of the Panchen Lama and who according to the exiles has been a prisoner in China since 1995. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZLGJ
April 17, 2008
A spectator cheers before the start of the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008....
New Delhi, India
A spectator cheers before the start of the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi
A spectator cheers before the start of the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch snaked through India's capital on Thursday, along boulevards purged of spectators, as 15,000 police kept protests from the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans far from the route. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZLFY
April 17, 2008
Spectators cheer before the start of the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008....
New Delhi, India
Spectators cheer before start of Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi
Spectators cheer before the start of the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch snaked through India's capital on Thursday, along boulevards purged of spectators, as 15,000 police kept protests from the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans far from the route. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZLE0
April 17, 2008
India's tennis players Leander Paes (L) and Mahesh Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch during...
New Delhi, India
India's tennis players Paes and Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch in New Delhi
India's tennis players Leander Paes (L) and Mahesh Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch during a relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch snaked through India's capital on Thursday, along boulevards purged of spectators, as 15,000 police kept protests from the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans far from the route. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS/TORCH
RTR1ZLDS
April 17, 2008
India's tennis players Leander Paes (Centre-L) and Mahesh Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch...
New Delhi, India
India's tennis players Paes and Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch in New Delhi
India's tennis players Leander Paes (Centre-L) and Mahesh Bhupathi hold the Beijing Olympic 2008 torch during a relay in New Delhi April 17, 2008. Thousands of members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans protested against the arrival of the Olympic torch in India on Thursday, holding rallies and staging alternative relays of Buddhist prayer lamps. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/INDIA
RTR1ZKZ8
April 17, 2008
Tibetan monks pray next to their "Olympic torch" before they start a parallel torch relay to protest...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan monks pray next to their "Olympic torch" before they start a parallel torch relay in New Delhi...
Tibetan monks pray next to their "Olympic torch" before they start a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action and demand Tibet's independence in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch arrived in New Delhi on Thursday to be met immediately with protests from members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans, who vowed to disrupt its passage through the Indian capital. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/INDIA
RTR1ZKZ6
April 17, 2008
A police officer frisks a Tibetan monk as others wait in a queue before the start of a parallel torch...
New Delhi, India
A police officer frisks Tibetan monk as others wait in queue before the start of a parallel torch relay...
A police officer frisks a Tibetan monk as others wait in a queue before the start of a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action and demand Tibet's independence in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch arrived in New Delhi on Thursday to be met immediately with protests from members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans, who vowed to disrupt its passage through the Indian capital. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/INDIA
RTR1ZKYV
April 17, 2008
Tibetan exiles shout slogans as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan exiles shout slogans as they take part in parallel torch relay in New Delhi
Tibetan exiles shout slogans as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action and demand Tibet's independence in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch arrived in New Delhi on Thursday to be met immediately with protests from members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans, who vowed to disrupt its passage through the Indian capital. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-TORCH/INDIA
RTR1ZKWF
April 17, 2008
Tibetan exiles hold a banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan exiles hold banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay in New Delhi
Tibetan exiles hold a banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action and demand Tibet's independence in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch arrived in New Delhi on Thursday to be met immediately with protests from members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans, who vowed to disrupt its passage through the Indian capital. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS/TORCH-INDIA
RTR1ZKW3
April 17, 2008
Tibetan exiles hold a banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action...
New Delhi, India
Tibetan exiles hold a banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay in New Delhi
Tibetan exiles hold a banner as they take part in a parallel torch relay to protest against Chinese action and demand Tibet's independence in New Delhi April 17, 2008. The Olympic torch arrived in New Delhi on Thursday to be met immediately with protests from members of the world's largest community of exiled Tibetans, who vowed to disrupt its passage through the Indian capital. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
HEROHONDA/
RTR1Z8QB
April 08, 2008
Employees work at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April...
Haridwar, India
Employees work at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in Haridwar
Employees work at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April 8, 2008. Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India's top motorcycle maker, will spend 19 billion rupees to triple capacity at a new plant by 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
HEROHONDA/
RTR1Z8PA
April 08, 2008
Pawan Munjal, managing director of Hero Honda Motors, poses inside Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant...
Haridwar, India
Munjal, managing director of Hero Honda Motors, poses inside Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in...
Pawan Munjal, managing director of Hero Honda Motors, poses inside Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April 8, 2008. Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India's top motorcycle maker, will spend 19 billion rupees to triple capacity at a new plant by 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
HEROHONDA/
RTR1Z8P8
April 08, 2008
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town...
Haridwar, India
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in Haridwar
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April 8, 2008. Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India's top motorcycle maker, will spend 19 billion rupees to triple capacity at a new plant by 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
HEROHONDA/
RTR1Z8OY
April 08, 2008
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town...
Haridwar, India
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town...
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April 8, 2008. Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India's top motorcycle maker, will spend 19 billion rupees to triple capacity at a new plant by 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
HEROHONDA/
RTR1Z8OP
April 08, 2008
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town...
Haridwar, India
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town...
Employees work in an assembly line at Hero Honda's newly inaugurated plant in the northern Indian town of Haridwar April 8, 2008. Hero Honda Motors Ltd, India's top motorcycle maker, will spend 19 billion rupees to triple capacity at a new plant by 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS/
RTR1Z7DF
April 07, 2008
Japan's Satoshi Iwabuchi practices ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament...
New Delhi, India
Japan's Iwabuchi practices ahead of Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament in New Delhi...
Japan's Satoshi Iwabuchi practices ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament between India and Japan in New Delhi April 7, 2008. The tournament is scheduled from April 11-13. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS/
RTR1Z7DB
April 07, 2008
Japan's Satoshi Iwabuchi practices ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament...
New Delhi, India
Japan's Iwabuchi practices ahead of Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament in New Delhi...
Japan's Satoshi Iwabuchi practices ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament between India and Japan in New Delhi April 7, 2008. The tournament is scheduled from April 11-13. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS/
RTR1Z7D6
April 07, 2008
India's Prakash Amritraj rests during a practice session ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group...
New Delhi, India
India's Amritraj rests during a practice session ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis...
India's Prakash Amritraj rests during a practice session ahead of the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group I tennis tournament between India and Japan in New Delhi April 7, 2008. The tournament is scheduled from April 11-13. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1YBUX
March 15, 2008
A Tibetan in exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan in exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan in exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters burned shops and cars in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Friday in the fiercest unrest in the region for two decades. Tibetan refugees continued protesting across the world to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1YBTP
March 15, 2008
A Tibetan monk shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan monk shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan monk shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters burned shops and cars in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Friday in the fiercest unrest in the region for two decades. Tibetan refugees continued protesting across the world to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1YBTJ
March 15, 2008
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters burned shops and cars in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Friday in the fiercest unrest in the region for two decades. Tibetan refugees continued protesting across the world to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1YBTC
March 15, 2008
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters burned shops and cars in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Friday in the fiercest unrest in the region for two decades. Tibetan refugees continued protesting across the world to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1YBT7
March 15, 2008
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan in exile cries as she shouts slogans during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 15, 2008. Independence protesters burned shops and cars in the Tibetan capital Lhasa on Friday in the fiercest unrest in the region for two decades. Tibetan refugees continued protesting across the world to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
OLYMPICS-TIBET/
RTR1Y6RP
March 12, 2008
A Tibetan exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 12, 2008. Tibetan refugees protested...
New Delhi, India
A Tibetan exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi
A Tibetan exile cries during a sit-in protest in New Delhi March 12, 2008. Tibetan refugees protested across the world on Monday to mark the 49th anniversary of an uprising against Chinese rule and press their demand for independence ahead of the Beijing Olympics. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
DEL204
RTR1Y44N
March 10, 2008
Venus Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Russia's Vera Zvonareva during their match at the WTA Bangalore...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Russia's Zvonareva during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Venus Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Russia's Vera Zvonareva during their match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 7, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y38Y
March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S serves the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match at...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S serves the ball to Switzerland's Schnyder during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S serves the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y38U
March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during the final...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Schnyder during the final match at...
Serena Williams of the U.S holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during the final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y38H
March 09, 2008
Switzerland's Patty Schnyder returns the ball to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match...
Bangalore, India
Switzerland's Schnyder returns the ball to Williams of the U.S during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Switzerland's Patty Schnyder returns the ball to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y387
March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S acknowledges the crowd after winning her final match against Switzerland's...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S acknowledges the crowd after winning her final match against Switzerland's Schnyder...
Serena Williams of the U.S acknowledges the crowd after winning her final match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y375
March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Schnyder during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. and Switzerland's Patty Schnyder pose with their trophies after their final...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. and Switzerland's Schnyder pose with their trophies after their final match at the...
Serena Williams of the U.S. and Switzerland's Patty Schnyder pose with their trophies after their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. Williams defeated Schnyder. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Switzerland's Patty Schnyder wipes her face after she lost to Serena Williams of the U.S. At the finals...
Bangalore, India
Switzerland's Schnyder wipes her face after she lost to Williams of the U.S. At the finals of their WTA...
Switzerland's Patty Schnyder wipes her face after she lost to Serena Williams of the U.S. At the finals of their WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y360
March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during the...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Schnyder during the final match at...
Serena Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during the final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder (R) during...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Schnyder during the final match at...
Serena Williams of the U.S. holds her trophy after defeating Switzerland's Patty Schnyder (R) during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. gestures after winning her final match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. gestures after winning her final match against Switzerland's Schnyder at the WTA...
Serena Williams of the U.S. gestures after winning her final match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. serves the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. serves the ball to Switzerland's Schnyder during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S. serves the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. celebrates after winning her final match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S celebrates after winning her final match against Switzerland's Schnyder at the WTA...
Serena Williams of the U.S. celebrates after winning her final match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Schnyder during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S returns the ball to Switzerland's Patty Schnyder during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S. reacts during her match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder in the final...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S. reacts during her match against Schnyder of Switzerland in the final of the WTA...
Serena Williams of the U.S. reacts during her match against Switzerland's Patty Schnyder in the final of the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Patty Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match at...
Bangalore, India
Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Williams of the U.S during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Patty Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S hits a return to Patty Schnyder of Switzerland during their final match at...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S hits a return to Schnyder of Switzerland during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S hits a return to Patty Schnyder of Switzerland during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
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March 09, 2008
Serena Williams of the U.S hits a return to Patty Schnyder of Switzerland during their final match at...
Bangalore, India
Williams of the U.S hits a return to Schnyder of Switzerland during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Serena Williams of the U.S hits a return to Patty Schnyder of Switzerland during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
TENNIS-WOMEN/BANGALORE
RTR1Y308
March 09, 2008
Patty Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match at...
Bangalore, India
Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Williams of the U.S during the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament...
Patty Schnyder of Switzerland hits a return to Serena Williams of the U.S during their final match at the WTA Bangalore Open tennis tournament March 9, 2008. REUTERS/Tanushree Punwani (INDIA)
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