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INDIA-ACCIDENT/
RTS1661L
May 11, 2017
A relative stands beside a man who was injured after a wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating...
Bharatpur, India
A relative stands beside a man who was injured after a wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating...
A relative stands beside a man who was injured after a wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating a wedding on Wednesday night, inside a government hospital in Bharatpur, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India May 11, 2017. REUTERS/K.K.Arora
INDIA-ACCIDENT/
RTS165X1
May 11, 2017
Policemen inspect the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating a wedding on...
Bharatpur, India
Policemen inspect the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating a wedding on...
Policemen inspect the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating a wedding on Wednesday night, in Bharatpur, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/K.K.Arora
INDIA-ACCIDENT/
RTS165VW
May 11, 2017
Onlookers and police stand amid the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating...
Bharatpur, India
Onlookers and police stand amid the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating...
Onlookers and police stand amid the debris of the wall that collapsed on a crowd of people celebrating a wedding on Wednesday night, in Bharatpur, in the desert state of Rajasthan, India, May 11, 2017. REUTERS/K.K.Arora
GRAINS-INDIA/WHEAT
RTXDRV5
April 08, 2009
Labourers reap wheat at a field at Bharatpur village in the northern Indian state of Punjab April 8,...
Bharatpur, India
Labourers reap wheat at a field at Bharatpur village in Punjab
Labourers reap wheat at a field at Bharatpur village in the northern Indian state of Punjab April 8, 2009. Indian government agencies are slowing wheat purchasing in many parts of the country, creating a situation where prices could plummet if farmers sell in distress, senior traders said on Tuesday. Wheat output in India, the world's biggest producer after China, is expected this year to total 77.78 million tonnes, 2.8 percent lower than the 2008 crop. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
INDIA/
RTR23HHN
January 17, 2009
Painted storks huddle together amid dense fog at the Keoladeo national park amid dense fog at Bharatpur,...
Bharatpur, India
Painted storks huddle together at Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur
Painted storks huddle together amid dense fog at the Keoladeo national park amid dense fog at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140 miles) south of New Delhi January 17, 2009. The park was created by the Maharaja of Bharatpur in 19th century and supports a population of 375 species of birds, numerous mammals and reptiles. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR23HHJ
January 17, 2009
Tourists ride cycle rickshaws through the Keoladeo national park amid dense fog at Bharatpur, about 220...
Bharatpur, India
Tourists ride cycle rickshaws through the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur
Tourists ride cycle rickshaws through the Keoladeo national park amid dense fog at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140 miles) south of New Delhi January 17, 2009. The park was created by the Maharaja of Bharatpur in 19th century and supports a population of 375 species of birds, numerous mammals and reptiles. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
INDIA-FOODGRAINS/
RTX6IGL
June 04, 2008
A labourer inspects seedlings at a paddy field at Bharatpur village in the northern Indian state of Punjab...
Bharatpur, India
A labourer inspects seedlings at a paddy field at Bharatpur village in Punjab
A labourer inspects seedlings at a paddy field at Bharatpur village in the northern Indian state of Punjab June 4, 2008. India expects its rice harvest to rise by two million tonnes and wheat output to increase by over one million tonnes next year, a top farm ministry official said on June 3. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTX6993
May 28, 2008
Commuters are caught in a dust storm in Bharatpur district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28,...
Bharatpur, India
Commuters are caught in a dust storm in Bharatpur district
Commuters are caught in a dust storm in Bharatpur district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
INDIA-VIOLENCE
RTX66N6
May 26, 2008
Members of Gujjar community eat on a blocked railway track during their protest in the Bharatpur district...
Bharatpur, India
Members of Gujjar community eat on a blocked railway track during their protest in Bharatpur
Members of Gujjar community eat on a blocked railway track during their protest in the Bharatpur district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 26, 2008. At least 31 people have been killed and scores injured in western India in two days of clashes between police and members of a farming caste demanding job quotas for their community, a state minister said on Saturday. Thousands of protesters were blocking a rail route between Delhi and Mumbai, police said. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
INDIA-BIRDS/
RTR1MU55
February 26, 2007
Water flows from a diesel-fuelled pump at the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140...
Bharatpur, India
To match feature INDIA-BIRDS
Water flows from a diesel-fuelled pump at the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140 miles) south of New Delhi February 7, 2007. For years, tourists have come to India's Keoladeo Ghana National Park to gaze at shimmering, bird-flocked wetlands stretching to the horizon. But where there were once vast lakes, recent visitors instead find a few puddles nursed by a network of stuttering diesel-fuelled pumps, which suck up groundwater from deep beneath the parched earth. Picture taken February 7, 2007. To match feature INDIA-BIRDS. REUTERS/Brijesh Singh (INDIA)
INDIA-BIRDS/
RTR1MU4Y
February 26, 2007
Tourists walk through the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140 miles) south of New...
Bharatpur, India
To match feature INDIA-BIRDS
Tourists walk through the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, about 220 km (140 miles) south of New Delhi February 7, 2007. For years, tourists have come to India's Keoladeo Ghana National Park to gaze at shimmering, bird-flocked wetlands stretching to the horizon. But where there were once vast lakes, recent visitors instead find a few puddles nursed by a network of stuttering diesel-fuelled pumps, which suck up groundwater from deep beneath the parched earth. Picture taken February 7, 2007. To match feature INDIA-BIRDS. REUTERS/Brijesh Singh (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1D9QY
May 11, 2006
A dead fish is seen at the Keoladev bird sanctuary in Bharatpur district, about 50km (31 miles) north...
Bharatpur, India
Dead fish seen at Keoladev bird sanctuary in Bharatpur district
A dead fish is seen at the Keoladev bird sanctuary in Bharatpur district, about 50km (31 miles) north from the northern Indian city of Agra May 10, 2006. At least 27 people have died in India from scorching weather, officials said on Monday. Photo taken May 10, 2006. REUTERS/Brijesh Singh
INDIA
RTR1D9QV
May 11, 2006
A dead fish floats at the Keoladev bird sanctuary during a hot day in Bharatpur district, about 50km...
Bharatpur, India
Dead fish floats at Keoladev bird sanctuary in Bharatpur district
A dead fish floats at the Keoladev bird sanctuary during a hot day in Bharatpur district, about 50km (31 miles) north from the northern Indian city of Agra May 10, 2006. At least 27 people have died in India from scorching weather, officials said on Monday. Photo taken May 10, 2006. REUTERS/Brijesh Singh
WEATHER INDIA
RTR17WAC
January 08, 2006
A horse cart passes by a field amid fog during a chilly evening at Village Bharatpur in the northern...
Bharatpur, India
A horse cart passes by a field amid fog in Bharatpur
A horse cart passes by a field amid fog during a chilly evening at Village Bharatpur in the northern India state of Punjab January 8, 2006. The death toll from northern India's cold spell rose to 116, a police spokesman and the Meteorology Department said. REUTERS/Ajay Verma Also see GF1DVGIBHCAA
WEATHER INDIA
RTR17W6Y
January 08, 2006
Children walk through a field amid fog during a chilly evening at village Bharatpur in the northern India...
Bharatpur, India
Children walk through a field amid fog during a chilly evening
Children walk through a field amid fog during a chilly evening at village Bharatpur in the northern India state of Punjab January 8, 2006. The death toll from northern India's cold spell rose to 116, a police spokesman and the Meteorology Department said. REUTERS/Ajay Verma
INDIA
RTR17W20
January 08, 2006
A child covers himself and his goat with a warm cloth to protect from cold during a chilly evening at...
Bharatpur, India
Child covers himself and his goat with a warm cloth in Bharatpur
A child covers himself and his goat with a warm cloth to protect from cold during a chilly evening at village Bharatpur in the northern India state of Punjab January 8, 2006. The death toll from northern India's cold spell rose to 116, a police spokesman and the Meteorology Department said. REUTERS/Ajay Verma
BIRDFLU ASIA
RTR1AIQ4
December 06, 2005
Birds perch on a tree inside the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, 220km (140 miles) south of New...
Bharatpur, India
Birds perch on tree inside the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur
Birds perch on a tree inside the Keoladeo national park at Bharatpur, 220km (140 miles) south of New Delhi December 6, 2005. New Delhi and Colombo have not reported any case of bird flu, but officials are edgy as the winter sets in and the birds flock in. Picture taken on December 6, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BIRDFLU ASIA
RTR1AHUJ
December 06, 2005
Coots splash in the water in the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, 220 km (140 miles) south of New...
Bharatpur, India
Coots splash in the water at the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur
Coots splash in the water in the Keoladeo National Park in Bharatpur, 220 km (140 miles) south of New Delhi December 6, 2005. New Delhi and Colombo have not reported any case of bird flu, but officials are edgy as the winter sets in and the birds flock in. Picture taken on December 6, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BIRDFLU ASIA
RTR1AH0T
December 06, 2005
A flock of geese walk on wetland inside Keoladeo national park, 220km (140 miles) south of New Delhi...
Bharatpur, India
A flock of geese walk on wetland inside Keoladeo national park in Bharatpur
A flock of geese walk on wetland inside Keoladeo national park, 220km (140 miles) south of New Delhi December 6, 2005.New Delhi and Colombo have not reported any case of bird flu, but officials are edgy as the winter sets in and the birds flock in. Picture taken to December 6, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
BIRDFLU ASIA
RTR1AH0C
December 06, 2005
A flock of geese fly inside Keoladeo national park, 220km (140 miles) south of New Delhi December 6,...
Bharatpur, India
A flock of geese fly inside Keoladeo Park in Bharatpur
A flock of geese fly inside Keoladeo national park, 220km (140 miles) south of New Delhi December 6, 2005. New Delhi and Colombo have not reported any case of bird flu, but officials are edgy as the winter sets in and migratory birds flock in. Picture taken to December 6, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTRH681
April 10, 2004
An Indian labourer quenches his thirst during a break while harvesting wheat in the village of Bharatpur...
Bharatpur, Republic of India
AN INDIAN LABOURER QUENCHES HIS THIRST DURING A BREAK WHILE HARVESTING IN BHARATPUR.
An Indian labourer quenches his thirst during a break while harvesting wheat in the village of Bharatpur in the northern Indian city of Punjab April 10, 2004. Farmers expect a bumper harvest this season. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AH/SH
INDIA
RTRH67V
April 10, 2004
An Indian farmer walks through his wheat field in the village of Bharatpur in the northern Indian city...
India
AN INDIAN FARMER WALK THROUGH HIS WHEAT FIELD IN BHARATPUR IN INDIA.
An Indian farmer walks through his wheat field in the village of Bharatpur in the northern Indian city of Punjab April 10, 2004. Farmers expect a bumper harvest this season. REUTERS/Ajay Verma AH/SH
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