Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Aubergine

NILE-CONVERGENCE/
RTS3IP7B
July 09, 2020
Mussa Adam Bakr (R), 48, who farms a plot of land next to a mud brick factory, collects eggplants with...
Khartoum, Sudan
The Wider Image: Fears at Nile's convergence in Sudan that new dam will sap river's strength
Mussa Adam Bakr (R), 48, who farms a plot of land next to a mud brick factory, collects eggplants with his workers on his field on Tuti Island, Khartoum, Sudan, February 14, 2020. "I came to Tuti in 1988 because the land here is the best for agriculture and close enough to supply markets, and it makes for a good income", said Bakr. "Through out the year the Tuti earth produces all sorts of vegetables like potatoes, onions and aubergines." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "BENSEMRA NILE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JORDAN-SUSTAINABLE MASKS
RTS3FBHI
June 23, 2020
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, processes aubergine peels to produce a type of leather to make sustainable...
Amman, Jordan
Jordanian chef develops eggplant 'leather', creates sustainable face masks in Amman
Omar Sartawi, a Jordanian chef, processes aubergine peels to produce a type of leather to make sustainable face masks, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at his kitchen in Amman, Jordan, June 8, 2020. Picture taken June 8, 2020. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed
IRELAND-MEDIEVAL/
RTS23FAC
September 29, 2018
A man dressed as an Ottoman warrior skewers an aubergine onto posts for riders to demonstrate sword skills...
Galway, Ireland
A man dressed as an Ottoman warrior skewers an aubergine onto posts for riders to demonstrate sword skills...
A man dressed as an Ottoman warrior skewers an aubergine onto posts for riders to demonstrate sword skills during a medieval combat festival at Claregalway castle in Galway, Ireland September 29, 2018. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne
MEXICO-ECONOMY/
RTX4YH7E
February 22, 2018
Prices of vegetables are displayed at a store in Mexico City, Mexico, February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard...
Mexico City, Mexico
Prices of vegetables are displayed at a store in Mexico City
Prices of vegetables are displayed at a store in Mexico City, Mexico, February 22, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
GLOBAL-FOOD/
RTS1LX6C
January 31, 2018
Brinjal plant is seen in a communal vegetable garden in KwaNdengezi, South Africa January 31, 2018. REUTERS/Rogan...
KWANDENGEZI, South Africa
Brinjal plant is seen in a communal vegetable garden in KwaNdengezi
Brinjal plant is seen in a communal vegetable garden in KwaNdengezi, South Africa January 31, 2018. REUTERS/Rogan Ward
FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/ROOFTOP-FARMING
RTS1DU7K
September 26, 2017
A box of vegetables is displayed at a 900 square meters farm garden on the rooftop of a postal sorting...
Paris, France
A box of vegetables is displayed at a 900 square meters farm garden on the rooftop of a postal sorting...
A box of vegetables is displayed at a 900 square meters farm garden on the rooftop of a postal sorting center, as part of a project by Facteur Graine (Seed Postman) association to transform a city rooftop as a vegetable garden to grow fruits, vegetables, aromatic and medicinal plants, with also chickens and bees in Paris, France, September 22, 2017. Picture taken September 22, 2017. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKY0
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with a friend at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency,...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with a friend at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKXS
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with friends at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency,...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala (C), 8, watches television at home with friends at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKXG
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (C) poses with neighbours as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (C) poses with neighbours as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind them, at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKXD
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (L) poses with her brother Muhidin Milala as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, (L) poses with her brother Muhidin Milala as Mont Sinabung volcano erupts with ash and smoke behind them, at Kuta Tengah village, Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia June 26, 2015. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKWY
July 01, 2015
Ramadinah Milala, 8, and her family drive away from their home, as ash spews from Mount Sinabung volcano...
KARO, Indonesia
A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
Ramadinah Milala, 8, and her family drive away from their home, as ash spews from Mount Sinabung volcano at Tiga Serangkai village in Karo Regency, North Sumatra province, Indonesia in this June 24, 2015 file photo. Beawiharta: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” REUTERS/Beawiharta/Files TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTX1IKWU
July 01, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "IN THE SHADOW OF THE VOLCANO" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH...
KARO, Indonesia
Attention Editors - A Picture and Its Story: In the Shadow of the Volcano
ATTENTION EDITORS - A PICTURE AND ITS STORY "IN THE SHADOW OF THE VOLCANO" FOLLOWS THIS ADVISORY. SEARCH "RAMADINAH" FOR ALL 5 IMAGES.
A set of 5 pictures telling the story the behind photographer Beawiharta’s stunning image of young Indonesian girl Ramadinah Milala, escaping Mount Sinabung volcano. Beawiharta interviewed the girl and her family about living in the shadow of an erupting volcano: Ramadinah and her mother, brother and 60-year-old grandmother were first forced to leave the family home in June. When the volcano started rumbling, the family fled, leaving everything behind including their cow and their pet cat. They moved to a temporary camp for those displaced by the volcano’s eruption at Simpang Empat, about 15 kilometres away.
 
On the day the picture was taken, the family had returned to their village in the morning because Nurheni Ginting needed to work in the aubergine fields.
 
"If I don't have money, I go to pick vegetables and sell them at market,” said her mother Ginting. “I need money to pay for school, for food, for transportation.” 
 
They were due to return to the camp at 6pm. But at around 3.30pm they heard a familiar sound coming from the mountain.

“As we drove away Ramadinah just sat looking out of the window,” her mother said. “She was quiet and wasn’t talking.”
 
Ginting said her daughter had now begun to grasp the danger presented by the volcano and its proximity to their village. Repeated exposure to life in the camp hadn’t improved the mother’s opinion of the difficult conditions there.
 
““You have to sleep in a big hall full of people,” she said. “Someone is always talking and occasionally there are arguments. At times there’s noisy music playing. It’s impossible to sleep well.” TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
A Picture and Its Story
A Picture and Its Story
In the Shadow of the Volcano - 01 Jul 2015
5 PICTURES
JAPAN/FARMING
RTR3G3CE
March 05, 2014
A shopper browses an aubergine at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo February 26, 2014. When it comes...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper browses an aubergine at a supermarket in Chiba
A shopper browses an aubergine at a supermarket in Chiba, east of Tokyo February 26, 2014. When it comes to trade policy, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe faces a choice between the fears of Japan's ageing farm lobby and the hopes of suburban families lined up here - a nearly 20-meter long meat counter at a Tokyo mall showcasing Australian beef. Picture taken February 26, 2014. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD)
SYRIA-CRISIS
RTX132Y5
August 31, 2013
A vendor arranges his eggplants at a souk in Aleppo, August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Muzaffar Salman (SYRIA...
Aleppo, Syria
A vendor arranges his eggplants at a souk in Aleppo
A vendor arranges his eggplants at a souk in Aleppo, August 31, 2013. REUTERS/Muzaffar Salman (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SRILANKA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTX114NP
June 28, 2013
A vendor holds a cabbage at his stall after heavy rains in the morning at a main market in Colombo June...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A vendor holds a cabbage at his stall after heavy rains in the morning at a main market in Colombo
A vendor holds a cabbage at his stall after heavy rains in the morning at a main market in Colombo June 28, 2013. Lack of supply of fish and seafood due to bad weather contributed to the rise in inflation, government data showed. Core annual inflation, which excludes fresh food, energy, transport, rice and coconuts, eased to a record low of 4.3
percent in June from 5.7 percent a month ago, according to the
new consumer price index introduced in mid-2011. REUTERS/Dinuka Liyanawatte (SRI LANKA - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR3DQ9V
February 13, 2013
Organic vegetables are pictured in an organic supermarket in Berlin, January 31, 2013. Picture taken...
Berlin, Germany
Organic vegetables are pictured in an organic supermarket in Berlin
Organic vegetables are pictured in an organic supermarket in Berlin, January 31, 2013. Picture taken January 31. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
WALMART-INDIA-SUPPLIERS
RTR396IZ
October 15, 2012
A farmer stands near harvested brinjal on his farm, which supplies fresh produce to Wal-Mart in Narayangaon,...
Narayangaon, India
A farmer stands near harvested brinjal on his farm, which supplies fresh produce to Wal-Mart in Narayangaon...
A farmer stands near harvested brinjal on his farm, which supplies fresh produce to Wal-Mart in Narayangaon, about 180 km (112 miles) west of Mumbai, September 27, 2012. Picture taken September 27, 2012. To match Analysis WALMART-INDIA-SUPPLIERS REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VQQ
September 12, 2012
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of...
BEIT UMMAR, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of...
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron September 9, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 9, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA/
RTR36TXA
August 14, 2012
A woman carries bags of white brinjal at a wholesale vegetable market in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad...
Ahmedabad, India
A woman carries bags of white brinjal at a wholesale vegetable market in Ahmedabad
A woman carries bags of white brinjal at a wholesale vegetable market in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad August 14, 2012. India's wholesale inflation unexpectedly fell in July to 6.87 percent, its lowest level since January 2010, although economists were not convinced it would be enough to persuade the RBI to cut rates at its September meeting to help revive the economy. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2TZPB
November 14, 2011
A vendor selling vegetables waits for customers along a roadside market in Srinagar November 14, 2011....
Srinagar, India
A vendor selling vegetables waits for customers along a roadside market in Srinagar
A vendor selling vegetables waits for customers along a roadside market in Srinagar November 14, 2011. India's wholesale price index (WPI) rose 9.73 percent in October from a year earlier, government data showed on Monday. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERD KASHMIR - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2ONHM
July 09, 2011
A vendor picks eggplants for a customer at his vegetable stall in a market in Shenyang, Liaoning province...
Shenyang, China
A vendor picks eggplants for a customer at his vegetable stall in a market in Shenyang
A vendor picks eggplants for a customer at his vegetable stall in a market in Shenyang, Liaoning province July 9, 2011. China's annual inflation accelerated to a three-year high in June, figures released on Saturday showed, increasing the chances that the central bank will keep raising interest rates as price pressures spread beyond food and energy. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2N78Z
June 02, 2011
A worker collects aubergines inside a greenhouse in La Mojonera, southeastern Spain, June 2, 2011. A...
La Mojonera, Spain
A worker collects aubergines inside a greenhouse in La Mojonera
A worker collects aubergines inside a greenhouse in La Mojonera, southeastern Spain, June 2, 2011. A deadly outbreak of E.coli centred in Germany and spreading across Europe is caused by a dangerous new strain, Chinese scientists who analyzed the bacteria said. The scientists said the outbreak, which has killed 17 and made more than 1,500 others ill in at least 10 European countries and is thought to come from vegetables, carried genes making it resistant to several classes of antibiotics. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2N78G
June 02, 2011
A worker puts aubergines in a container after collecting them inside a gree,house in La Mojonera, southeastern...
La Mojonera, Spain
A worker puts aubergines in a container after collecting them inside a gree,house in La Mojonera
A worker puts aubergines in a container after collecting them inside a gree,house in La Mojonera, southeastern Spain, June 2, 2011. A deadly outbreak of E.coli centred in Germany and spreading across Europe is caused by a dangerous new strain, Chinese scientists who analyzed the bacteria said. The scientists said the outbreak, which has killed 17 and made more than 1,500 others ill in at least 10 European countries and is thought to come from vegetables, carried genes making it resistant to several classes of antibiotics. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
ARGENTINA-INFLATION/
RTXVP01
December 13, 2010
Customers pick their groceries at the wholesale food market Mercado Central, in La Matanza district outside...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match Feature ARGENTINA-INFLATION/
Customers pick their groceries at the wholesale food market Mercado Central, in La Matanza district outside Buenos Aires, November 24, 2010. Argentina's economy will grow at one of the world's fastest clips this year at around 9 percent, thanks partly to booming retail sales. The downside is annual inflation estimated privately at between 25 percent and 30 percent. Although wage hikes have helped offset the impact of rising costs, inflation is spawning changes to consumer spending. While some Argentines cut back, others seize on promotions to buy now rather than watch their savings lose value. To match Feature ARGENTINA-INFLATION/ Photo taken November 24, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/
RTXS5MD
April 25, 2010
A woman sells cucumber and brinjals at the Thiri Mingalar fruit, flower and vegetable wholesale market...
Yangon, Myanmar
A woman sells cucumber and brinjals at the Thiri Mingalar fruit, flower and vegetable wholesale market...
A woman sells cucumber and brinjals at the Thiri Mingalar fruit, flower and vegetable wholesale market in Yangon late April 25, 2010. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY)
USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
RTR2CRDS
April 13, 2010
Students hold a mock funeral procession against Bt (Bacillus thuringenesis) aubergine or genetically...
Chandigarh, India
To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
Students hold a mock funeral procession against Bt (Bacillus thuringenesis) aubergine or genetically modified aubergine crop in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh in this January 28, 2010 file photo. Picture taken January 28, 2010. To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SCI TECH)
USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
RTR2CRDR
April 13, 2010
Students from the department of environmental studies pose with their faces painted during a protest...
Chandigarh, India
To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
Students from the department of environmental studies pose with their faces painted during a protest against 'bacillus thuringniensis' Bt aubergine in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh in this February 2, 2010 file photo. Picture taken February 2, 2010. To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SCI TECH)
USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
RTR2CRDO
April 13, 2010
Aubergines are displayed at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai in this February 2, 2010 file photo....
Mumbai, India
To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS
Aubergines are displayed at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai in this February 2, 2010 file photo. Picture taken February 2, 2010. To match Special Report USA-GMOS/REGULATORS REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SCI TECH)
INDIA-FOOD/
RTR2ACJH
February 16, 2010
Brinjals are displayed at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai February 2, 2010. The purple eggplant...
Mumbai, India
To match feature INDIA-FOOD/
Brinjals are displayed at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai February 2, 2010. The purple eggplant is an unlikely protagonist in a raging debate about whether genetically modified foods should be introduced into India. Picture taken February 2, 2010. To match feature INDIA-FOOD/ REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE FOOD SCI TECH)
GERMANY/
RTR28UOJ
January 14, 2010
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner tosses an aubergine into the air at the Internationale Gruene...
Berlin, Germany
German Agriculture Minister Aigner poses with aubergine at Internationale Gruene Woche in Berlin
German Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner tosses an aubergine into the air at the Internationale Gruene Woche IGW (International Green Week) fair in Berlin, January 14, 2010. Established in 1926, the IGW is an international exhibition for the food, agricultural, and horticultural industries and will take place for the 75th time from January 15 to 24, 2010 in the German capital. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: HEADSHOT POLITICS)
CHINA/
RTR28M1O
January 07, 2010
A bell pepper and an eggplant are placed on a quilt that covers vegetables to keep them from freezing...
Beijing, China
Bell pepper and an eggplant are placed on a quilt that covers vegetables to keep them from freezing in...
A bell pepper and an eggplant are placed on a quilt that covers vegetables to keep them from freezing in cold weather at an open air market in Beijing January 7, 2010. Vegetable prices have increased substantially as the worst snowstorm and lowest temperatures in 50 years hit parts of the country since January 3, China Daily reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Christina Hu (CHINA - Tags: FOOD ENVIRONMENT)
SPAIN/
RTXPUWM
October 21, 2009
A cameraman is seen among cucumbers as farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers and aubergines...
El Ejido, Spain
A cameraman is seen among cucumbers as farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers and aubergines...
A cameraman is seen among cucumbers as farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers and aubergines on the ground to protest against the low price of these products in the international market, in El Ejido, southeast Spain October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN CONFLICT BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
SPAIN/
RTXPUWK
October 21, 2009
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of...
El Ejido, Spain
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of...
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of cucumbers and aubergines in the international market, in El Ejido, southeast Spain October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN/
RTXPUWJ
October 21, 2009
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of...
El Ejido, Spain
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of...
Farmers of the agrarian union COAG throw cucumbers onto the ground to protest against the low price of cucumbers and aubergines in the international market, in El Ejido, southeast Spain October 21, 2009. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN AGRICULTURE CONFLICT BUSINESS)
USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
RTR274Z0
August 27, 2009
Five year-old Lizzie Aldrich holds up an eggplant she harvested for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)...
MILLIS, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
Five year-old Lizzie Aldrich holds up an eggplant she harvested for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) customers at Tangerini's Spring Street Farm in Millis, Massachusetts August 20, 2009. Tangerini's is one of a growing number of mostly small-scale U.S. farm operations that have turned to community-supported agriculture as a new business model. The 74-acre (30-hectare) farm sells shares of its crop of vegetable and fruit crop in winter and early spring. Its 230 customers pick up their share of the produce every week at the farm, starting in June and running through the growing season. The Aldrich family is a workshare customer, meaning they work on the farm in exchange for their share of the produce. Picture taken August 20, 2009. To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
RTR274YW
August 27, 2009
Nine year-old Annie Aldrich runs with eggplants she picked for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)...
MILLIS, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY
Nine year-old Annie Aldrich runs with eggplants she picked for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) customers at Tangerini's Spring Street Farm in Millis, Massachusetts August 20, 2009. Tangerini's is one of a growing number of mostly small-scale U.S. farm operations that have turned to community-supported agriculture as a new business model. The 74-acre (30-hectare) farm sells shares of its crop of vegetable and fruit crop in winter and early spring. Its 230 customers pick up their share of the produce every week at the farm, starting in June and running through the growing season. The Aldrich family is a workshare customer, meaning they work on the farm in exchange for their share of the produce. Picture taken August 20, 2009. To match feature USA-FARMS/COMMUNITY REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
INDIA-INFLATION/
RTR26G2X
August 06, 2009
A vegetable seller sorts vegetables at a market in New Delhi August 6, 2009. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli ...
New Delhi, India
Vegetable seller sorts vegetables at market in New Delhi
A vegetable seller sorts vegetables at a market in New Delhi August 6, 2009. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIA AGRICULTURE)
INDIA-ECONOMY/
RTX7WOG
July 14, 2008
Customers purchase Brinjals at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai July 14, 2008. Indian industrial...
Mumbai, India
Customers purchase Brinjals at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai
Customers purchase Brinjals at a wholesale vegetable market in Mumbai July 14, 2008. Indian industrial output grew at its slowest rate in six years in May, but a jump in inflation to nearly 12 percent made it unlikely weakening growth would persuade the central bank to hold off with interest rate rises. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
SYRIA-ALEPPO/CUISINE
RTR1V9Q6
October 24, 2007
A chef prepares stuffed Aleppine aubergine at the Mirage hotel kitchen in Aleppo October 21, 2007. With...
Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic
To match feature SYRIA-ALEPPO/CUISINE
A chef prepares stuffed Aleppine aubergine at the Mirage hotel kitchen in Aleppo October 21, 2007. With silk road fame and cosmopolitan prosperity, today's Syrian city of Aleppo was the culinary capital of the Middle East before cultural and commercial decline took its toll. Syria is opening up its economy in the last few years after decades of nationalisation and state control and reviving interest in the city's cuisine. Picture taken October 21, 2007. To match feature SYRIA-ALEPPO/CUISINE REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
FOOD/
RTR1UK5P
October 04, 2007
Vegetables are displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
Vegetables are displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica
Vegetables are displayed in a supermarket in Santa Monica, California October 3, 2007. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES)
BRAZIL-PIZZA
RTR1UH8C
October 01, 2007
A chef prepares a pizza at Braz pizzeria in Sao Paulo, September 28, 2007. Sao Paulo is home to more...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A chef prepares a pizza at Braz pizzeria in Sao Paulo
A chef prepares a pizza at Braz pizzeria in Sao Paulo, September 28, 2007. Sao Paulo is home to more than 6,000 pizza parlors that, in all, churn out close to a million pies a day, according to the local association of pizzerias. By some estimates, only New Yorkers devour more pizzas annually than Paulistanos. Picture taken September 28, 2007. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
PHILIPPINES
RTR1OQBJ
April 17, 2007
A man waters eggplants in Muntinlupa City, south of Manila, April 17, 2007. Elevated areas in some parts...
Manila, Philippines
A man waters eggplants in Muntinlupa City south of Manila
A man waters eggplants in Muntinlupa City, south of Manila, April 17, 2007. Elevated areas in some parts of Manila dependent on deep wells for drinking
water may run dry by 2025 or even as early as 2010, researchers say.
Residents who now number at least 10 million will feel the crisis acutely,
particularly those living in the south.


REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo (PHILIPPINES)
BANGLADESH
RTR1J7AF
November 10, 2006
Wholesalers wait next to a pile of aubergines for sale in Dhaka, November 10, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Wholesalers wait next to a pile of aubergines for sale in Dhaka
Wholesalers wait next to a pile of aubergines for sale in Dhaka, November 10, 2006. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
JORDAN
RTR90E6
April 23, 2005
Jordanian displays sliced eggplant that shows a natural carving of the word "Allah" or God in Arabic...
Amman, Jordan
Jordanian displays sliced eggplant that shows a natural carving of the word "Allah" or God in Arabic...
Jordanian displays sliced eggplant that shows a natural carving of the word "Allah" or God in Arabic in Amman. A Jordanian displays a sliced eggplant that shows a natural carving of the word "Allah" or God in Arabic in Amman April 23, 2005. REUTERS/Ali Jarekji
LIFE FASHION
RTRMDCD
February 04, 2005
A model wears a knit sweater jacket with low waist aubergine pants at the Gen Art fall 2005 fashion show...
New York, USA
A model wears a knit sweater at the Gen Art show in New York.
A model wears a knit sweater jacket with low waist aubergine pants at the Gen Art fall 2005 fashion show in New York, February 4, 2005. Fashion forecasters predict that New York's fashion week will bring everything from a return to conservative dressing to a taste for Latin American-styled clothes in the months ahead. REUTERS/Jeff Christensen REUTERS JC
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3YSS
June 08, 2004
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IS DRIVEN ALONG A ROAD IN BEIJING.
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which had delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a China entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of find more local buyers. Picture taken June 8, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3YSC
June 08, 2004
A Spyker C8 Spyder is displayed outside Beijing's ancient Deshenmen Gate in this picture taken June 8,...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IS DISPLAYED OUTSIDE BEIJING'S ANCIENT DESHENMEN GATE.
A Spyker C8 Spyder is displayed outside Beijing's ancient Deshenmen Gate in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which had delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a China entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of find more local buyers. Picture taken June 8, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3YRS
June 08, 2004
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IS DRIVEN ALONG A ROAD IN BEIJING.
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which had delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a China entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of find more local buyers. Picture taken June 8, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3YRJ
June 08, 2004
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IS DRIVEN ALONG A ROAD IN BEIJING.
A Spyker C8 Spyder is driven along a road in Beijing in this picture taken June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which had delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a China entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of find more local buyers. Picture taken June 8, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3WLY
June 08, 2004
Victor Muller, Chief Executive Officer of Spyker Cars, poses with a Spyker C8 Spyder in Beijing June...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
VICTOR MULLER POSES WITH A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IN BEIJING.
Victor Muller, Chief Executive Officer of Spyker Cars, poses with a Spyker C8 Spyder in Beijing June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which has delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a Chinese entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of finding more local buyers. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH
AUTOS CHINA SPYKER
RTR3WBF
June 08, 2004
CEO OF SPYKER VICTOR MULLER AND CHINESE RACING DRIVER DONG POSE AS THEY DRIVE A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IN BEIJING....
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
CEO OF SPYKER VICTOR MULLER AND CHINESE RACING DRIVER DONG POSE AS THEY DRIVE A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IN ......
CEO OF SPYKER VICTOR MULLER AND CHINESE RACING DRIVER DONG POSE AS THEY DRIVE A SPYKER C8 SPYDER IN BEIJING. Victor Muller (L), Chief Executive Officer of Spyker Cars, and Chinese racing driver Dong Hebin pose as they drive a Spyker C8 Spyder in Beijing June 8, 2004. Dutch made-to-order luxury sports car manufacturer Spyker may have delivered just a handful of dream machines to its global clientele but hopes booming China will soon prove to be one of its most lucrative markets. The Netherlands-based company which had delivered around ten cars since its rebirth in 2000 sold an aubergine-hued speedster to a China entrepreneur for 6.88 million yuan ($831,000) last month and was confident of find more local buyers.
MIDEAST
RTXM2UD
July 15, 2003
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUL03- Palestinian farmers tend to their aubergine crop in the shadow of a concrete wall...
Qalqilya, WEST BANK
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUL03- Palestinian farmers tend to their aubergine crop in the shadow of a concrete w.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUL03- Palestinian farmers tend to their aubergine crop in the shadow of a concrete wall erected across their land by the Israeli army to stop Palestinian militants slipping into Israel from the West Bank city of Qalqilya July 7, 2003. Palestinians fear the barrier, consisting of walls and electronic fences now stretching around 150 kms (90 miles), will dash their dream of a viable state in the West Bank, the goal of a new U.S.-backed peace plan. PICTURE TAKEN JULY 7, 2003.
MIDEAST
RTRKDK
July 07, 2003
Palestinian farmers tend to their aubergine crop in the shadow of a concrete
wall erected across their...
Qalqilya, Israel - State of
TO GO WITH FEATURE BC-MIDEAST-FENCE.
Palestinian farmers tend to their aubergine crop in the shadow of a concrete
wall erected across their land by the Israeli army to stop Palestinian
militants slipping into Israel from the West Bank city of Qalqilya July 7,
2003. Palestinians fear the barrier, consisting of walls and electronic
fences now stretching around 150 kms (90 miles), will dash their dream of a
viable state in the West Bank, the goal of a new U.S.-backed peace plan.
NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mahfouz Abu Turk PP03070098

RKR/AA
BCBG
RTXLSEV
February 10, 2003
A model wears a aubergine colored dress and brown jacket during BCBG's Fall 2003 fashion show in New...
New York, USA
A model wears a aubergine colored dress and brown jacket during BCBG's Fall 2003 fashion show in New.....
A model wears a aubergine colored dress and brown jacket during BCBG's Fall 2003 fashion show in New York on February 10, 2003.
BCBG
RTXLSET
February 10, 2003
A model wears a aubergine jacket and and chiffon silk blouse with cropped canvas pants during BCBG's...
New York, USA
A model wears a aubergine jacket and and chiffon silk blouse with cropped canvas pants during BCBG's.....
A model wears a aubergine jacket and and chiffon silk blouse with cropped canvas pants during BCBG's Fall 2003 fashion show in New York on February 10, 2003.
LEISURE FASHION
RTRI2R9
February 10, 2003
A model wears a aubergine colored dress and brown jacket during BCBG's
Fall 2003 fashion show in New...
New York, United States of America
AUBERGINE DRESS AND BROWN JACKET AT BCBG FALL 2003 COLLECTION.
A model wears a aubergine colored dress and brown jacket during BCBG's
Fall 2003 fashion show in New York on February 10, 2003.
REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

SS/ME
LEISURE FASHION
RTRI2QX
February 10, 2003
A model wears a aubergine jacket and and chiffon silk blouse with
cropped canvas pants during BCBG's...
New York, United States of America
AUBERGINE JACKET AT BCBG FALL 2003 COLLECTION.
A model wears a aubergine jacket and and chiffon silk blouse with
cropped canvas pants during BCBG's Fall 2003 fashion show in New York
on February 10, 2003. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

SS/ME
FASHION
RTR1IDL
February 14, 2002
Anna Marie wears a aubergine sable half coat and aubergine gardenia
dress at Marc Bouwer's fall and...
New York, United States of America
model displays coat and dress at MARC BOUWER FALL AND WINTER 2002
FASHION show.
Anna Marie wears a aubergine sable half coat and aubergine gardenia
dress at Marc Bouwer's fall and winter fashion show February 14, 2002
in New York. The show, sponsored by PETA, was titled "A Love Affair
With Faux," and all fur and leather was synthetic. REUTERS/Ray
Stubblebine

RFS/SV
MISSONI
RTXH84Z
October 05, 1997
Angela Missoni (C) is congratulated by her father Ottavio and her mother Rosita (R) at the end of Missoni's...
Angela Missoni (C) is congratulated by her father Ottavio and her mother Rosita (R) at the end of Mi.....
Angela Missoni (C) is congratulated by her father Ottavio and her mother Rosita (R) at the end of Missoni's spring/summer ready-to-wear collection at Milan's fashion show October 6. The Missoni fashion house showed a richly coloured collection that mixed subtle golds with shades of ochre, olive and aubergine.
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2