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RTR2H2Y3
August 06, 2010
PAKISTAN-FLOODS3/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent...
Karachi, Pakistan
PAKISTAN-FLOODS3/ C
PAKISTAN-FLOODS3/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent flooding. RNGS. . RNGS. (SIN01)
RTR2H0Y2
August 04, 2010
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent...
Pakistan
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2 C
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent flooding. RNGS. (SIN03)
RTR2H0Y1
August 04, 2010
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent...
PK
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2
PAKISTAN-FLOODS2/ - Detailed map of Pakistan locating the Indus River and areas worst affected by recent flooding. RNGS. (SIN03)
PAKISTAN/
RTR2BC3O
March 07, 2010
Supporters of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, an Islamic charity
organization widely reported to be an alias of the...
Lahore, Pakistan
Supporters of Jamaat-ud-Dawa hold a placard during an anti-India protest in Lahore
Supporters of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, an Islamic charity
organization widely reported to be an alias of the banned militant
group Lashkar-e-Taiba, hold a placard during an anti-India protest
in Lahore March 7, 2010. Pakistan accused India of violating
the 1960 Indus Water Treaty by reducing the flow of water down the
rivers that it was awarded use of. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
RTR2B71C
March 04, 2010
Hikers walk on the Matanuska Glacier near Palmer, Alaska August, 10 2008. The vast amounts of water stored...
PALMER, UNITED STATES
To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
Hikers walk on the Matanuska Glacier near Palmer, Alaska August, 10 2008. The vast amounts of water stored in glaciers play crucial roles in river flows, hydropower generation and agricultural production, contributing to steady run-off for Ganges, Yangtze, Mekong and Indus rivers in Asia and elsewhere. To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/ REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH TRAVEL)
CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
RTR2B71A
March 04, 2010
A worker walks outside the entry of the newly built outflow gallery of the Grindelwald glacier lake near...
Grindelwald, Switzerland
To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
A worker walks outside the entry of the newly built outflow gallery of the Grindelwald glacier lake near Grindelwald in the Bernese Oberland in this November 10, 2009 file photo. The two kilometres long outflow gallery was built to prevent the danger of flood from the glacier lake in Grindelwald and the Luetschinental.The vast amounts of water stored in glaciers play crucial roles in river flows, hydropower generation and agricultural production, contributing to steady run-off for Ganges, Yangtze, Mekong and Indus rivers in Asia and elsewhere. To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/ REUTERS/Michael Buholzer/Files (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SCI TECH)
CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
RTR2B718
March 04, 2010
A drop of water falls from a melting piece of ice on Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier near the city...
El Calafate, Argentina
To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
A drop of water falls from a melting piece of ice on Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier near the city of El Calafate, in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, December 16, 2009. The vast amounts of water stored in glaciers play crucial roles in river flows, hydropower generation and agricultural production, contributing to steady run-off for Ganges, Yangtze, Mekong and Indus rivers in Asia and elsewhere. To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci/Files (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SCI TECH) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE: GF2E6421MYD01
CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
RTR2B717
March 04, 2010
A combination file picture shows Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier calving near the city of El Calafate,...
El Calafate, Argentina
To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
A combination file picture shows Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier calving near the city of El Calafate, in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, December 15, 2009. The vast amounts of water stored in glaciers play crucial roles in river flows, hydropower generation and agricultural production, contributing to steady run-off for Ganges, Yangtze, Mekong and Indus rivers in Asia and elsewhere. To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci/Files (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SCI TECH)
CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
RTR2B716
March 04, 2010
The sun rises over Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier near the city of El Calafate, in the Patagonian...
El Calafate, Argentina
To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/
The sun rises over Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier near the city of El Calafate, in the Patagonian province of Santa Cruz, December 16, 2009. The vast amounts of water stored in glaciers play crucial roles in river flows, hydropower generation and agricultural production, contributing to steady run-off for Ganges, Yangtze, Mekong and Indus rivers in Asia and elsewhere. To match feature CLIMATE-GLACIERS/ REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci/Files (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL SCI TECH)
PAKISTAN-INDIA/WATER
RTR2ARBW
February 23, 2010
Syed Jamaat Ali Shah, the Indus Water commissioner of Pakistan, is photographed during an interview with...
Lahore, Pakistan
Syed Jamaat Ali Shah, the Indus Water commissioner of Pakistan, is photographed during an interview with...
Syed Jamaat Ali Shah, the Indus Water commissioner of Pakistan, is photographed during an interview with Reuters in Lahore February 23, 2010. Distrust between India and Pakistan and a "hawkish" Indian mindset were complicating efforts to resolve disputes over the water of shared rivers, Pakistan's top river water official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT)
INDONESIA-BRAHMINY KITES
RTR29LZ9
January 29, 2010
A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, soars over Pulau Kotok bird...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, soars over Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta January 27, 2010. The proud mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. Picture taken January 27, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS CRIME LAW)
INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
RTR29LTA
January 29, 2010
Injured Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a clinic...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
Injured Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a clinic cage at Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta January 27, 2010. The proud mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. Picture taken January 27, 2010. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS CRIME LAW)
INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
RTR29LT6
January 29, 2010
Injured Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a clinic...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
Injured Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a clinic cage at Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta January 27, 2010. The proud mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. Picture taken January 27, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS CRIME LAW)
INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
RTR29LSU
January 29, 2010
A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, stands inside a cage at Pulau...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
A Brahminy Kite (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, stands inside a cage at Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta January 27, 2010. The proud mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. Picture taken January 27, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW ANIMALS)
INDONESIA-BRAHMINY KITES
RTR29LSR
January 29, 2010
Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a cage at Pulau...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/
Brahminy Kites (Haliastur indus), also known as the Red-backed Sea-eagle, rest inside a cage at Pulau Kotok bird rehabilitation centre in the Thousand Islands, north of Jakarta January 27, 2010. The proud mascot of Indonesia's capital, Brahminy Kites are protected eagles and have been under threat in the Thousand Islands as they were captured and sold illegally as status symbols. Picture taken January 27, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-BRAHMINY-KITES/ REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN/
RTXPZRA
October 25, 2009
A male golden-backed woodpecker is photographed sitting on a tree in Islamabad October 25, 2009. The...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A male golden-backed woodpecker is photographed sitting on a tree in Islamabad
A male golden-backed woodpecker is photographed sitting on a tree in Islamabad October 25, 2009. The woodpecker is found through Pakistan's Indus river plains, Peshawar and Kohat valley. REUTERS/Robert Birsel (PAKISTAN ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT)
INDIA/
RTR1QSOQ
June 14, 2007
A Ladakhi man wears a mask as he attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June...
Leh, India
A Ladakhi man wears a mask as he attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
A Ladakhi man wears a mask as he attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 14, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QSOC
June 14, 2007
A Ladakhi woman dressed in a traditional costume attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital...
Leh, India
A Ladakhi woman dressed in a traditional costume attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
A Ladakhi woman dressed in a traditional costume attends the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 14, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QSO8
June 14, 2007
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital...
Leh, India
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 14, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QSNZ
June 14, 2007
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes attend the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of...
Leh, India
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes attend the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes attend the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 14, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QSNS
June 14, 2007
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital...
Leh, India
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
Ladakhi women dressed in traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 14, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QRG1
June 13, 2007
A Ladakhi girl (L) watches a polo match during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh,...
Leh, India
A Ladakhi girl watches a polo match during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
A Ladakhi girl (L) watches a polo match during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 13, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QRG0
June 13, 2007
Ladakhi men play polo during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 13, 2007....
Leh, India
Ladakhi men play polo during "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
Ladakhi men play polo during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 13, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ4M
June 12, 2007
People wear traditional costumes during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June...
Leh, India
People wear traditional costumes during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
People wear traditional costumes during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ13
June 12, 2007
Monks walk on a platform floating on the Indus river to perform rituals during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival...
Leh, India
Monks walk on a platform floating on the Indus river to perform rituals during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival...
Monks walk on a platform floating on the Indus river to perform rituals during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ0V
June 12, 2007
People sit on a platform floating on the Indus River during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital...
Leh, India
People sit on a platform floating on the Indus River during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
People sit on a platform floating on the Indus River during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ0L
June 12, 2007
A man plays a traditional instrument during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh,...
Leh, India
A man plays a traditional instrument during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
A man plays a traditional instrument during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ0K
June 12, 2007
A woman wears a traditional hat at the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12,...
Leh, India
A woman wears a traditional hat at the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
A woman wears a traditional hat at the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is held in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, and is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA/
RTR1QQ0F
June 12, 2007
Dancers wearing traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of...
Leh, India
Dancers wearing traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh
Dancers wearing traditional costumes perform during the "Sindhu Darshan" festival in Leh, capital of Ladakh, June 12, 2007. The annual festival is in honour of the Indus river, mentioned with reverence in ancient Indian texts, is also domestically known as the Sindhu river. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
PAKISTAN
RTR1NRY8
March 22, 2007
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Pakistan wildlife staff prapare to bury dead Indus dolphins in Sukkur
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi December 31, 2004. Dry weather and lack of water in rivers is causing a reduction in numbers of such endangered species.The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan.The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). REUTERS/Jahangir Khan BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MARKETS-STOCKS/NYSE
RTR1KC7Y
December 12, 2006
Dow Jones Industrial Average numbers, including the amount of change for the day, INDU (top), and the...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dow Jones Industrial Average numbers, including the amount of change for the day, INDU, and the average...
Dow Jones Industrial Average numbers, including the amount of change for the day, INDU (top), and the average value, INDP (center), are seen on a sign above the floor of the New York Stock exchange, December 12, 2006. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES)
INDIA
RTXOQ4I
June 13, 2006
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated...
Unknown, India
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-d.....
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region May 2, 2006. Many of the monasteries, or gompas, lining Ladakh's Indus valley, in northwest India near[ China], boast a small blue rectangle of photo-voltaic technology. Standing 3,500 metres high, they have the advantage of being closer to the sun than many other inhabited places. Picture taken May 2, 2006.
INDIA
RTXOQ4H
June 13, 2006
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated...
Unknown, India
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-d.....
-PHOTOTAKEN 02MAY06- A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region May 2, 2006. Many of the monasteries, or gompas, lining Ladakh's Indus valley, in northwest India near[ China], boast a small blue rectangle of photo-voltaic technology. Standing 3,500 metres high, they have the advantage of being closer to the sun than many other inhabited places. Picture taken May 2, 2006.
ENERGY INDIA SOLAR
RTR1EDIA
June 13, 2006
A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region...
None, India
To match feature ENERGY-INDIA-SOLAR
A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region May 2, 2006. Many of the monasteries, or gompas, lining Ladakh's Indus valley, in northwest India near China, boast a small blue rectangle of photo-voltaic technology. Standing 3,500 metres high, they have the advantage of being closer to the sun than many other inhabited places. Picture taken May 2, 2006. To match feature ENERGY-INDIA-SOLAR REUTERS/Neil Chatterjee
ENERGY INDIA SOLAR
RTR1EDI8
June 13, 2006
A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region...
None, India
To match feature ENERGY-INDIA-SOLAR
A view of a solar panel on the roof of Lamayuru Monastery in India's Buddhist-dominated Laddakh region May 2, 2006. Many of the monasteries, or gompas, lining Ladakh's Indus valley, in northwest India near China, boast a small blue rectangle of photo-voltaic technology. Standing 3,500 metres high, they have the advantage of being closer to the sun than many other inhabited places. Picture taken May 2, 2006. To match feature ENERGY-INDIA-SOLAR REUTERS/Neil Chatterjee
ENVIROMENT PAKISTAN DOLPHIN
RTR1E5TP
June 07, 2006
British dolphin expert Gill Braulik speaks during a news conference in Islamabad June 7, 2006. The highly...
Islamabad, Pakistan
British dolphin expert Gill Braulik speaks during a news conference in Islamabad
British dolphin expert Gill Braulik speaks during a news conference in Islamabad June 7, 2006. The highly endangered Indus river dolphin has dramatically increased in number in a small section of the Indus in Pakistan but the animals remain very rare and in grave danger, Braulik said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
BLONDIE
RTXOMQ5
May 22, 2006
Blondie band members Chris Stein (L), Deborah Harry (C) and Clem Burke react to fans during the induction...
Los Angeles, USA
Blondie band members Chris Stein (L), Deborah Harry (C) and Clem Burke react to fans during the indu.....
Blondie band members Chris Stein (L), Deborah Harry (C) and Clem Burke react to fans during the induction of Blondie into the RockWalk sidewalk gallery in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California May 22, 2006.
THE DA VINCI CODE
RTXOLSY
May 18, 2006
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry...
Chicago, USA
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Indus.....
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry May 18, 2006. The prop is one of the many things visitors can see when visiting the 20,000-square-foot interactive exhibit which runs until September 4, 2006. The film opens this weekend in the U.S.
THE DA VINCI CODE
RTXOLSX
May 18, 2006
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry...
Chicago, USA
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Indus.....
The cryptex from the movie "The Da Vinci Code" is displayed at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry May 18, 2006. The prop is one of the many things visitors can see when visiting the 20,000-square-foot interactive exhibit which runs until September 4, 2006. The film opens this weekend in the U.S.
WATANABE
RTXODOT
March 13, 2006
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a joint news conference with Fuji Heavy Industries...
Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a joint news conference with Fuji Heavy Indu.....
Toyota Motor Corp President Katsuaki Watanabe speaks at a joint news conference with Fuji Heavy Industries in Tokyo March 13, 2006. [Toyota said it would use Fuji Heavy's U.S. factory to build its popular Camry sedan in a move that gives Toyota cheap access to production capacity and helps Fuji cut losses at an underused plant.]
CHICKENS
RTXODKY
March 03, 2006
Chicken sit behind a window inside a chicken farm near Munich, March 3, 2006. Germany's poultry industry...
Munich, Germany
Chicken sit behind a window inside a chicken farm near Munich, March 3, 2006. Germany's poultry indu.....
Chicken sit behind a window inside a chicken farm near Munich, March 3, 2006. Germany's poultry industry has lost over 140 million euros since last autumn because of bird flu, with demand down around 20 percent from previous levels, a poultry industry spokesman said on Friday.
PAKISTAN  PROTEST
RTR1BH6T
December 22, 2005
The supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout slogans during an anti-Kalabagh...
Karachi, Pakistan
Supporters of main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout slogans during anti-Kalabagh dam rally...
The supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout slogans during an anti-Kalabagh dam rally in Karachi December 22, 2005. Thousands of people gathered in Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday to protest against the plan to build a dam on the Indus river that the government says is vital for the country's development. REUTERS/Athar Hussain.
PAKISTAN  PROTEST
RTR1BGY5
December 22, 2005
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally...
Karachi, Pakistan
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally...
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally in Karachi December 22, 2005. Thousands of people gathered in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday to protest against the plan to build the dam on the Indus river that the government says is vital for the country's development. REUTERS/Athar Hussain
PAKISTAN  PROTEST
RTR1BGIK
December 22, 2005
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally...
Karachi, Pakistan
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally...
Supporters of the main opposition parties and nationalist groups shout during an anti-Kalabagh Dam rally in Karachi December 22, 2005. Thousands of people gathered in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday to protest against the plan to build the dam on the Indus river that the government says is vital for the country's development. REUTERS/Athar Hussain
PAKISTAN  PROTEST
RTR1BGIH
December 22, 2005
A supporter of former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto holds a placard during anti-Kalabagh...
Karachi, Pakistan
Supporter of former PM of Pakistan Bhutto holds a placard during anti-Kalabagh dam rally in Karachi
A supporter of former prime minister of Pakistan Benazir Bhutto holds a placard during anti-Kalabagh dam rally in Karachi December 22, 2005. Thousands of people gathered in Pakistani city of Karachi on Thursday to protest against plan to build a dam on the Indus river that the government says is vital for the country's development. REUTERS/Athar Hussain.
DAANE
RTXNXL1
November 03, 2005
Altera Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive John Daane speaks at the Reuters Semiconductor Industry...
San Francisco, USA
Altera Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive John Daane speaks at the Reuters Semiconductor Indus.....
Altera Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive John Daane speaks at the Reuters Semiconductor Industry Summit in San Francisco, California, November 3, 2005.
INDIA
RTXNTNU
October 02, 2005
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project, about 155 km (96 miles)...
Baglihar, India
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project, about 155 km (96 miles.....
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. [World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections.]
INDIA
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October 02, 2005
An Indian child stands near Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about...
Baglihar, India
An Indian child stands near Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, .....
An Indian child stands near Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. [World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections. ] BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
INDIA
RTR18KTV
October 02, 2005
An Indian child stands near Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about...
Baglihar, India
An Indian child stands near Chenab River in Baglihar
An Indian child stands near Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections. REUTERS/Amit Gupta
INDIA
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October 02, 2005
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project, about 155 km (96 miles)...
Baglihar, India
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project
Indian nomads sit above Chenab River near the Baglihar hydroelectric project, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections. REUTERS/Amit Gupta
INDIA
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October 02, 2005
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about...
Baglihar, India
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River in Baglihar
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections. REUTERS/Amit Gupta
INDIA
RTR18JJ1
October 02, 2005
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about...
Baglihar, India
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River in Baglihar
Water flows on the banks of Chenab River with the Baglihar hydroelectric project in the background, about 155 km (96 miles) northwest of Jammu, the winter capital of the troubled northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, October 2, 2005. World Bank-appointed observer Raymond Lefitte, who is visiting the site on Sunday, voiced optimism that the row over the Baglihar hydroelectric project, a project Islamabad opposes, will be sorted out, media reports said. Pakistan has raised objections over the height of the dam and said it violates the Indus Water Treaty. India says there is no substance in Pakistan's objections. REUTERS/Amit Gupta
NICARAGUA
RTXNNZT
July 29, 2005
Nicaraguan workers fill a garment factory in Managua July 29, 2005. [U.S. Congress recently approved...
Managua, Nicaragua
Nicaraguan workers fill a garment factory in Managua July 29, 2005. [U.S. Congress recently approved.....
Nicaraguan workers fill a garment factory in Managua July 29, 2005. [U.S. Congress recently approved the U.S.-Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA). Nicaraguan textile factories hope the benefits contained in CAFTA will help them to compete with products from China. In Nicaragua, CAFTA has not yet been ratified by the local legislative assembly.]
NH90
RTXNKD8
June 16, 2005
A French pilot tests a new European night vision binoculars near a Swedish helicopter from NHI Industries...
Le Bourget, France
A French pilot tests a new European night vision binoculars near a Swedish helicopter from NHI Indus.....
A French pilot tests a new European night vision binoculars near a Swedish helicopter from NHI Industries at the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget, near Paris, June 16, 2005.
PAKISTAN
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June 16, 2005
A Pakistani villager dives into the Indus river to cool down in Sukkur, 480 km (298 miles) from Karachi...
Sukkur, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof
A Pakistani villager dives into the Indus river to cool down in Sukkur.
A Pakistani villager dives into the Indus river to cool down in Sukkur, 480 km (298 miles) from Karachi June 16, 2005. Temperature rose up to 42 degrees Celsius (107 degrees Fahrenheit) in most parts of Southern Pakistan with the Meteorological Department predicting hot weather to prevail over the next week. REUTERS/Jahangir Khan ZH/NL
DOLPHINS
RTXN4G4
December 31, 2004
Pakistan wildlife staff measure the length of a dead blind dolphin near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Pakistan wildlife staff measure the length of a dead blind dolphin near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) f.....
Pakistan wildlife staff measure the length of a dead blind dolphin near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi December 31, 2004. Dry weather and lack of water in rivers is causing a reduction in numbers of such endangered species.The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan. The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN).
DOLPHINS
RTXN4G3
December 31, 2004
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Kar.....
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi December 31, 2004. Dry weather and lack of water in rivers is causing a reduction in numbers of such endangered species.The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan.The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN).
PAKISTAN
RTRJAWD
December 31, 2004
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Pakistan wildlife staff prapare to bury dead Indus dolphins in Sukkur.
Pakistan wildlife staff prepare to bury dead Indus dolphins near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi December 31, 2004. Dry weather and lack of water in rivers is causing a reduction in numbers of such endangered species.The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan.The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). REUTERS/Jahangir Khan ZH/SH Also see image: GF2DUWIXUPAA
PAKISTAN
RTRJAW7
December 31, 2004
Pakistan wildlife staff measure the length of a dead blind dolphin near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Pakistan wildlife staff measure dolphin near Sukkur.
Pakistan wildlife staff measure the length of a dead blind dolphin near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi December 31, 2004. Dry weather and lack of water in rivers is causing a reduction in numbers of such endangered species.The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan.The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). REUTERS/Jahangir Khan ZH/SH
PAKISTAN
RTRF5Y5
November 07, 2004
A rescued blind Indus Dolphin is examined by wildlife staff near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi...
Sukkur, Pakistan
A rescued blind Indus Dolphin is examined by wildlife staff near Sukkur.
A rescued blind Indus Dolphin is examined by wildlife staff near Sukkur, 480 km (300 miles) from Karachi November 7, 2004. The dolphin was trapped in a narrow irrigation canal and was rescued by the Pakistani wildlife staff. The Indus dolphin is functionally blind and it is estimated that there are between 950 to 1000 Indus dolphins remaining in Pakistan. The species is listed as 'Endangered' by the World Conservation Union (IUCN). REUTERS/Jahangir Khan ZH/TW
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