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BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE
RTR2A1MC 
February 10, 2010 
Spiritual healer Davender Ghai speaks to media outside the Court of Appeal in London February 10, 2010.... 
London, United Kingdom 
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Spiritual healer Davender Ghai speaks to media outside the Court of Appeal in London February 10, 2010. A devout Hindu declared himself "overjoyed" on Wednesday after winning a court fight to be allowed to be cremated in Britain on an open-air funeral pyre. Ghai, 71, was granted his last wish by the Court of Appeal which ruled the controversial ceremony could be carried out without a change in the law. To match Reuters Life! BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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February 10, 2010 
Spiritual healer Davender Ghai (C) celebrates with friends and supporters outside the Court of Appeal... 
London, United Kingdom 
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Spiritual healer Davender Ghai (C) celebrates with friends and supporters outside the Court of Appeal in London February 10, 2010. A devout Hindu declared himself "overjoyed" on Wednesday after winning a court fight to be allowed to be cremated in Britain on an open-air funeral pyre. Ghai, 71, was granted his last wish by the Court of Appeal which ruled the controversial ceremony could be carried out without a change in the law. To match Reuters Life! BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE
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February 10, 2010 
Spiritual healer Davender Ghai (4th L) celebrates with friends and supporters outside the Court of Appeal... 
London, United Kingdom 
To match Reuters Life! BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE 
Spiritual healer Davender Ghai (4th L) celebrates with friends and supporters outside the Court of Appeal in London February 10, 2010. A devout Hindu declared himself "overjoyed" on Wednesday after winning a court fight to be allowed to be cremated in Britain on an open-air funeral pyre. Ghai, 71, was granted his last wish by the Court of Appeal which ruled the controversial ceremony could be carried out without a change in the law. To match Reuters Life! BRITAIN-HINDU/PYRE REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY) 
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RTR2918Y 
January 18, 2010 
Davender Ghai speaks to members of the media after leaving Britain's High Court in central London January... 
London, United Kingdom 
Davender Ghai speaks to members of the media after leaving Britain's High Court in central London 
Davender Ghai speaks to members of the media after leaving Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement was reserved in Ghai's case, being heard at the court, on whether he will be able to be cremated on a traditional open-air funeral pyre. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION HEADSHOT) 
BRITAIN/
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January 18, 2010 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement... 
London, United Kingdom 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement was reserved in Ghai's case, being heard at the court, on whether he will be able to be cremated on a traditional open-air funeral pyre. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2918M 
January 18, 2010 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement... 
London, United Kingdom 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement was reserved in Ghai's case, being heard at the court, on whether he will be able to be cremated on a traditional open-air funeral pyre. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
BRITAIN/
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January 18, 2010 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement... 
London, United Kingdom 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London 
Davender Ghai gestures outside of Britain's High Court in central London January 18, 2010. Judgement was reserved in Ghai's case, being heard at the court, on whether he will be able to be cremated on a traditional open-air funeral pyre. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION) 
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RTXOUIA 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland,... 
Newcastle, UK 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberlan..... 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus from the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. 
BRITAIN
RTXOUI7 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, prepares to light the funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast... 
Newcastle, UK 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, prepares to light the funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast..... 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, prepares to light the funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus in the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. 
GHAI
RTXOUI5 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland,... 
Newcastle, UK 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland,..... 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus in the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. 
RELIGION HINDU
RTR1FFDD 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland,... 
Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland... 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus from the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
RELIGION HINDU
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July 12, 2006 
Kala Vedhara, chief disciple of Baba Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal... 
Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Vedhara, chief disciple of Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat... 
Kala Vedhara, chief disciple of Baba Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus from the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
RELIGION HINDU
RTR1FFCU 
July 12, 2006 
Kala Vedhara, chief disciple of Baba Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal... 
Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Vedhara, chief disciple of Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat... 
Kala Vedhara, chief disciple of Baba Ghai, holds a Trisul near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus from the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in 75 years on Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
RELIGION HINDU
RTR1FFBQ 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, prepares to light the funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast... 
Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Holy man, Ghai prepares to light the funeral pyre of Mehat in Northumberland 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, prepares to light the funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus in the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
RELIGION HINDU
RTR1FFB6 
July 12, 2006 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland,... 
Newcastle, United Kingdom 
Holy man Ghai stands near the traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland 
Holy man, Baba Ghai, stands near a traditional Hindu funeral pyre of Rajpal Mehat in Northumberland, northeast England, July 12, 2006. Hindus in the United Kingdom held their first open-air cremation in over 70 years on Wednesday. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN) 
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