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INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX8JFJV 
December 31, 2020 
Women belonging to Kashmiri Gujjar community cook food on a wood burner inside a mud house at Mulnar... 
MULNAR, India 
Women belonging to Kashmiri Gujjar community cook food on a wood burner inside a mud house at Mulnar 
Women belonging to Kashmiri Gujjar community cook food on a wood burner inside a mud house at Mulnar on the outskirts of Srinagar December 31, 2020. REUTERS/Sanna Irshad Mattoo 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX8JFJT 
December 31, 2020 
Tufail Altaf, 5, a Kashmiri Gujjar boy, reads a book as he sits on a window sill inside a mud house at... 
MULNAR, India 
Tufail Altaf reads a book as he sits on a window sill inside a mud house at Mulnar 
Tufail Altaf, 5, a Kashmiri Gujjar boy, reads a book as he sits on a window sill inside a mud house at Mulnar on the outskirts of Srinagar December 31, 2020. REUTERS/Sanna Irshad Mattoo 
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTX1FN1A 
June 08, 2015 
A member of the Kashmir Gujjar community looks out from the window of a mosque in Baba Nagri, east of... 
BABA NAGRI, India 
Member of the Kashmir Gujjar community looks out from the window of a mosque in Baba Nagri 
A member of the Kashmir Gujjar community looks out from the window of a mosque in Baba Nagri, east of Srinagar, June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Danish Ismail
KASHMIR
RTR31DXF 
April 29, 2012 
Gulzar Ahmad Khatana, 22, a Kashmir Gujjar groom, sits on a horse as he returns back to his home after... 
Srinagar, India 
Gulzar Ahmad Khatana, a Kashmir Gujjar groom, sits on a horse as he returns back to his home after his... 
Gulzar Ahmad Khatana, 22, a Kashmir Gujjar groom, sits on a horse as he returns back to his home after his wedding in Dard Khora on the outskirts of Srinagar April 29, 2012. Gujjars, who are semi-nomadic tribe members, mainly inhabit Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. They herd goats, sheep and buffaloes and walk for miles with their cattle through the mountains during summer in search of good pastures and come down to the plains for the winter. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
KASHMIR
RTR31DXC 
April 29, 2012 
Kashmir Gujjars carry a bride in a wooden palkhi or palanquin to her groom's house as part of their tradition... 
Srinagar, India 
Kashmir Gujjars carry a bride in a wooden palkhi or palanquin to her groom's house as part of their tradition... 
Kashmir Gujjars carry a bride in a wooden palkhi or palanquin to her groom's house as part of their tradition during her wedding in Dard Khora on the outskirts of Srinagar April 29, 2012. Gujjars, who are semi-nomadic tribe members, mainly inhabit Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. They herd goats, sheep and buffaloes and walk for miles with their cattle through the mountains during summer in search of good pastures and come down to the plains for the winter. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
KASHMIR
RTR31DX6 
April 29, 2012 
A member of the Kashmir Gujjar community eats food during the wedding of his relative in Dard Khora on... 
Srinagar, India 
A member of the Kashmir Gujjar community eats food during the wedding of his relative in Dard Khora 
A member of the Kashmir Gujjar community eats food during the wedding of his relative in Dard Khora on the outskirts of Srinagar April 29, 2012. Gujjars, who are semi-nomadic tribe members, mainly inhabit Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. They herd goats, sheep and buffaloes and walk for miles with their cattle through the mountains during summer in search of good pastures and come down to the plains for the winter. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
INDIA
RTR2US4A 
December 03, 2011 
A Gujjar or nomad woman carrying a pitcher filled with drinking water is silhouetted against the setting... 
Jammu, India 
A Gujjar or nomad woman carrying a pitcher filled with drinking water is silhouetted against the setting... 
A Gujjar or nomad woman carrying a pitcher filled with drinking water is silhouetted against the setting sun on the outskirts of Jammu December 3, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
INDIA-MONSOON/RAINS
RTR2RC9Y 
September 15, 2011 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries a metal pitcher filled with drinking water against the backdrop of monsoon... 
Jammu, India 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries a metal pitcher filled with drinking water against the backdrop of monsoon... 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries a metal pitcher filled with drinking water against the backdrop of monsoon clouds outside her mud house after a heavy downpour on the outskirts of Jammu September 15, 2011. India's monsoon rains were one percent above normal in the week to September 14, weakening from 39 percent above average in the previous week, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday, easing concerns heavy rains could damage planted crops. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
INDIA-MONSOON/RAINS
RTR2RC8S 
September 15, 2011 
A Gujjar or nomad man walks outside his flooded mud house after a heavy downpour on the outskirts of... 
Jammu, India 
A Gujjar or nomad man walks outside his flooded mud house after a heavy downpour on the outskirts of... 
A Gujjar or nomad man walks outside his flooded mud house after a heavy downpour on the outskirts of Jammu September 15, 2011. India's monsoon rains were one percent above normal in the week to September 14, weakening from 39 percent above average in the previous week, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Thursday, easing concerns heavy rains could damage planted crops. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
INDIA/
RTR2Q9IM 
August 24, 2011 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries empty milk containers to her house on the banks of river Tawi on the outskirts... 
Jammu, India 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries empty milk containers to her house on the banks of river Tawi on the outskirts... 
A Gujjar or nomad girl carries empty milk containers to her house on the banks of river Tawi on the outskirts of Jammu August 24, 2011. REUTERS/Mukesh Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-BRITISH/MINISTER/
RTR2DXT9 
May 16, 2010 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman... 
GUJJAR KHAN, Pakistan 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Warsi at Bewal village located in Gujjar Khan... 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman named in a British cabinet, at Bewal village located in Gujjar Khan district, about 70 km (43 miles) southeast of the capital Islamabad May 14, 2010. Warsi, a former solicitor, runs five vocational training centres for orphaned girls in villages near Gujjar Khan through her Savayra Foundation, a women's empowerment charity, and frequently visits her home town. Picture taken on May 14, 2010. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-BRITISH/MINISTER/
RTR2DXT8 
May 16, 2010 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman... 
GUJJAR KHAN, Pakistan 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Warsi at Bewal village located in Gujjar Khan... 
Women sew clothes at a vocational training centre run by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman named in a British cabinet, at Bewal village located in Gujjar Khan district, about 70 km (43 miles) southeast of the capital Islamabad May 14, 2010. Warsi, a former solicitor, runs five vocational training centres for orphaned girls in villages near Gujjar Khan through her Savayra Foundation, a women's empowerment charity, and frequently visits her home town. Picture taken on May 14, 2010. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-BRITISH/MINISTER/
RTR2DXT5 
May 16, 2010 
Nusrat Mubashar, cousin of Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman named in a British cabinet,... 
GUJJAR KHAN, Pakistan 
Nusrat Mubashar, shows a picture during an interview with Reuters at a vocational training centre in... 
Nusrat Mubashar, cousin of Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman named in a British cabinet, shows a picture during an interview with Reuters at a vocational training centre in Bewal village located in Gujjar Khan district, about 70 km (43 miles) southeast of the capital Islamabad May 14, 2010. Warsi, a former solicitor, runs five vocational training centres for orphaned girls in villages near Gujjar Khan through her Savayra Foundation, a women's empowerment charity, and frequently visits her home town. In the picture, Warsi is seen with British Prime Minister David Cameron during their visit to one of her vocational training centres in 2008. Picture taken May 14, 2010. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
KASHMIR/
RTR234ZY 
January 07, 2009 
A Gujjar or nomad woman sits outside her hut near the India-Pakistan border in Suchetgarh, about 28 km... 
Suchetgarh, India 
Gujjar or nomad woman sits outside her hut near India-Pakistan border in Suchetgarh 
A Gujjar or nomad woman sits outside her hut near the India-Pakistan border in Suchetgarh, about 28 km (17 miles) southwest of Jammu, January 7, 2009. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR211KR 
August 13, 2008 
A Gujjar or nomad girl holds her brother near her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about... 
Garkhal, India 
Gujjar or nomad girl holds her brother near her house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
A Gujjar or nomad girl holds her brother near her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210Q6 
August 13, 2008 
Gujjars or nomads stand near their damaged belongings after their house was torched at Garkhal village,... 
Garkhal, India 
Gujjars or nomads stand near their damaged belongings after their house was torched at Garkhal village... 
Gujjars or nomads stand near their damaged belongings after their house was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210PF 
August 13, 2008 
Sardaro Bibi, a Gujjar or nomad woman, shows the remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad woman shows remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
Sardaro Bibi, a Gujjar or nomad woman, shows the remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210OQ 
August 13, 2008 
Gujjars or nomad men examine their damaged belongings among the remains of their house after it was torched... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad men examine their damaged belongings among remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal... 
Gujjars or nomad men examine their damaged belongings among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210OF 
August 13, 2008 
A Gujjar or nomad girl plays in the courtyard of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about... 
Garkhal, India 
Gujjar or nomad girl plays in courtyard of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
A Gujjar or nomad girl plays in the courtyard of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210O3 
August 13, 2008 
A Gujjar or nomad family sleep on a bed in a courtyard after their house was torched at Garkhal village,... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad family sleep on bed in courtyard after their house was torched at Garkhal village 
A Gujjar or nomad family sleep on a bed in a courtyard after their house was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210N2 
August 13, 2008 
Gujjars or nomad women cook among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village,... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad women cook among remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
Gujjars or nomad women cook among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210L6 
August 13, 2008 
A Gujjar or nomad woman cooks among the remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village,... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad woman cooks among remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
A Gujjar or nomad woman cooks among the remains of her house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210L3 
August 13, 2008 
Khurshad Bibi, a Gujjar or nomad, removes her belongings from her torched house at Garkhwal village,... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomad removes her belongings from her torched house at Garkhwal village 
Khurshad Bibi, a Gujjar or nomad, removes her belongings from her torched house at Garkhwal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-KASHMIR/ATTACKS
RTR210KR 
August 13, 2008 
Gujjars or nomads gather their belongings among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal... 
Garkhal, India 
Nomads gather their belongings among remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village 
Gujjars or nomads gather their belongings among the remains of their house after it was torched at Garkhal village, about 38 km (24 miles) north west of Jammu August 12, 2008. When a mob shouting praises for a Hindu god torched this Muslim hamlet, any hopes of religious peace in India's Kashmir state may have been destroyed along with these charred homes and scarred drums of ruined wheat. The burning of several hamlets in early August was one of at least 72 attacks on Muslim homes in Jammu and Kashmir state over the last three weeks as a land row over a Hindu shrine escalated, state officials said. Picture taken August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
KASHMIR/
RTX7S4Q 
July 09, 2008 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads or Gujjars carry a Hindu pilgrim on a palanquin to the cave of Amarnath, in Pishutop,... 
Pishutop, India 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads or Gujjars carry a Hindu pilgrim on a palanquin to the cave of Amarnath in Pishutop... 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads or Gujjars carry a Hindu pilgrim on a palanquin to the cave of Amarnath, in Pishutop, 114 km (71 miles) southeast of Srinagar July 9, 2008. During the two-month-long annual pilgrimage, devout Hindus walk and ride ponies or palanquins to the cave - situated at an altitude of 3,800 metres (12,700 feet), deep in Kashmir mountains to pray by an ice stalagmite they believe to be a symbol of Hindu god Lord Shiva. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
KASHMIR/
RTX7S36 
July 09, 2008 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads or Gujjars carry Hindu pilgrims on palanquins to the cave of Amarnath, in Pishutop,... 
Pishutop, India 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads carry Hindu pilgrims on palanquins in Pishutop 
Kashmiri Muslim nomads or Gujjars carry Hindu pilgrims on palanquins to the cave of Amarnath, in Pishutop, 114 km (71 miles) southeast of Srinagar July 9, 2008. During the two-month-long annual pilgrimage, devout Hindus walk and ride ponies or palanquins to the cave - situated at an altitude of 3,800 metres (12,700 feet), deep in Kashmir mountains to pray by an ice stalagmite they believe to be a symbol of Hindu god Lord Shiva. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-GUJJARS/
RTX733Y 
June 18, 2008 
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje, Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla,... 
Jaipur, India 
Chief Minister of Rajasthan Raje and Gujjar leader Bainsla BJP leader Agarwal and other BJP and Gujjar... 
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje, Gujjar leader Kirori Singh Bainsla, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Ramdas Agarwal (first row, 3rd L, 2nd R, 3rd R) respectively, attend a news conference with other BJP and Gujjar leaders at the chief minister's office in Jaipur June 18, 2008. The Gujjar community, demanding job quotas, is likely to call off its violent campaign on Wednesday after signing an agreement with authorities, community leaders and officials said. At least 40 people have been killed since the Gujjars, who are demanding access to state jobs and college quotas, began their protests last month in Rajasthan. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA) 
INDIA-GUJJARS/
RTX732I 
June 18, 2008 
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje (L) and Gujjar leader, Kirori Singh... 
Jaipur, India 
Chief Minister of Rajasthan Raje and Gujjar leader Bainsla walk back after news conference in Jaipur 
Chief Minister of India's desert state of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje (L) and Gujjar leader, Kirori Singh Bainsla walk back after a news conference at the chief minister's office in Jaipur June 18, 2008. The Gujjar community, demanding job quotas, is likely to call off its violent campaign on Wednesday after signing an agreement with authorities, community leaders and officials said. At least 40 people have been killed since the Gujjars, who are demanding access to state jobs and college quotas, began their protests last month in Rajasthan. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTX6JFA 
June 05, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community attend a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008. Gujjars are fighting... 
New Delhi, India 
Members of the Gujjar community attend a mass meeting in New Delhi 
Members of the Gujjar community attend a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008. Gujjars are fighting to be reclassified further down India's complex Hindu caste and status system to qualify for government jobs and university places reserved for such groups. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIA) 
INDIA/
RTX6JEG 
June 05, 2008 
A member of the Gujjar community attends a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008. Gujjars are fighting... 
New Delhi, India 
A member of Gujjar community attends mass meeting in New Delhi 
A member of the Gujjar community attends a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008. Gujjars are fighting to be reclassified further down India's complex Hindu caste and status system to qualify for government jobs and university places reserved for such groups. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIA) 
INDIA QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6JDZ 
June 05, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community raise their hands during a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community raise their hands during a mass meeting in New Delhi 
Protesters from the Gujjar community raise their hands during a mass meeting in New Delhi June 5, 2008. The ethnic Gujjars are fighting to be reclassified further down India's complex Hindu caste and status system to qualify for government jobs and university places reserved for such groups.REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIA) 
KASHMIR/
RTX6FEG 
June 02, 2008 
A nomad Gujjar woman covers her face as she carries a pitcher containing drinking water in the outskirts... 
Jammu, India 
A nomad Gujjar woman covers her face as she carries a pitcher containing drinking water in Jammu 
A nomad Gujjar woman covers her face as she carries a pitcher containing drinking water in the outskirts of Jammu June 2, 2008. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E3S 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E3R 
June 01, 2008 
Police use water cannons to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community during a protest in New Delhi... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannons to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community during a protest in New Delhi... 
Police use water cannons to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community during a protest in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E3M 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2S 
June 01, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community protest in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar... 
New Delhi, India 
Members of the Gujjar community protest in New Delhi 
Members of the Gujjar community protest in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2P 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2M 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2I 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2H 
June 01, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community remove police barriers in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community remove police barriers in New Delhi 
Protesters from the Gujjar community remove police barriers in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2G 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6E2F 
June 01, 2008 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008.... 
New Delhi, India 
Police use water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Police use a water cannon to disperse protesters from the Gujjar community in New Delhi June 1, 2008. Hundreds of protesters from the Gujjar community on Sunday protested to press their demand for Scheduled Tribe status, which will entitle them to government jobs and college seats. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
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Protesters Besiege India Capital Over Job Quotas - 29 May 2008 
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May 29, 2008 
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands... 
New Delhi, India 
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi 
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
A member of the Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of... 
Jammu, India 
A member of Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu 
A member of the Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29,... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi 
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters... 
Jammu, India 
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu 
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during a protest by the members of Gujjar community in Jammu... 
Jammu, India 
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during protest by members of Gujjar community in Jammu 
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during a protest by the members of Gujjar community in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track during a protest... 
Jammu, India 
Members of Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track in Jammu 
Members of the Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Indian police stop members of the Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track during a protest... 
Jammu, India 
Indian police stop members of Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track in Jammu 
Indian police stop members of the Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a... 
New Delhi, India 
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a... 
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi 
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during... 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a protest in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 29, 2008 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration... 
New Delhi, India 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards police during a demonstration... 
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 28, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana at Bharatpur district of India's... 
BAYANA, India 
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana 
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana at Bharatpur district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. Members of the Gujjar community demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 28, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a... 
BIKANER, India 
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a... 
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a protest in Bikaner district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. An ethnic Indian group demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled the western state of Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA) 
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
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May 28, 2008 
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during... 
BIKANER, India 
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Raje during a protest... 
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a protest in Bikaner district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. An ethnic Indian group demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled the western state of Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA) 
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