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BANGLADESH-FLOODS/
RTX7KGS2
July 18, 2020
A flood-affected man moves jute plants to process in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 18, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Jamalpur, Bangladesh
A flood-affected man moves jute plants to process in Jamalpur
A flood-affected man moves jute plants to process in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 18, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
AWARDS-INDEPENDENT SPIRIT/
RTS31AIV
February 09, 2020
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica -
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters Noah Jute and Taylor Russell present the Best First Screenplay award to Stefon Bristol and Fredrica Bailey for "See You Yesterday". REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
AWARDS-INDEPENDENT SPIRIT/
RTS31AIS
February 09, 2020
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica -
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters Noah Jute and Taylor Russell present the Best First Screenplay. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
AWARDS-INDEPENDENT SPIRIT/
RTS31AIQ
February 09, 2020
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters...
Santa Monica, UNITED STATES
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica -
35th Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show – Santa Monica, California, U.S., February 8, 2020 – Presenters Noah Jute and Taylor Russell present the Best First Screenplay. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/BANGLADESH
RTX70NNM
July 23, 2019
Flood-affected farmers process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 22, 2019. Picture taken July...
Jamalpur, Bangladesh
Flood-affected farmers process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh
Flood-affected farmers process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 22, 2019. Picture taken July 22, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/BANGLADESH
RTX70NNF
July 23, 2019
A flood-affected farmer process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 22, 2019. Picture taken July...
Jamalpur, Bangladesh
A flood-affected farmer process jute plant in Jamalpur
A flood-affected farmer process jute plant in Jamalpur, Bangladesh, July 22, 2019. Picture taken July 22, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
NEPAL-STORM/
RTS2FUYQ
April 01, 2019
Villagers recover stacks of jute near the debris of their homes after the storm in Bara district, Nepal...
Bara, Nepal
Villagers recover stacks of jute near the debris of their homes after the storm in Bara district
Villagers recover stacks of jute near the debris of their homes after the storm in Bara district, Nepal April 1, 2019. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTS2ETBM
March 25, 2019
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj, Bangladesh, March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir...
Munshiganj, Bangladesh
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj, Bangladesh, March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTS2ESNQ
March 25, 2019
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj, Bangladesh, March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir...
Munshiganj, Bangladesh
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj
A worker stacks jute sacks in a shop in Munshiganj, Bangladesh, March 25, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HGDN
November 01, 2018
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELS
November 01, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELQ
November 01, 2018
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka
Employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELP
November 01, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELO
November 01, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELN
November 01, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX6HELL
November 01, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute-processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, November 1, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
INDIA-WEATHER/
RTX4792K
January 10, 2018
A goat, covered with a jute bag to keep warm, eats his feed as a man warms himself by a fire at a marketplace...
Kolkata, India
A goat, covered with a jute bag to keep warm, eats his feed as a man warms himself by a fire at a marketplace...
A goat, covered with a jute bag to keep warm, eats his feed as a man warms himself by a fire at a marketplace on a cold winter morning in Kolkata, India, January 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46HHI
January 07, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46H3P
January 07, 2018
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46H3K
January 07, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Sunrays enter through the rooftop while employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46H3G
January 07, 2018
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Employees work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46H01
January 07, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46GZW
January 07, 2018
Women work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Women work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh
Women work in a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
BANGLADESH-DAILYLIFE/
RTX46GZT
January 07, 2018
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj
Sunrays enter through the rooftop as employees work at a jute processing mill in Narayanganj near Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 7, 2018. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain
NEPAL-FLOODS/
RTS1BQX7
August 14, 2017
Flood victims work on the Jute plant at the flood affected area at Saptari District, Nepal August 14,...
SAPTARI, Nepal
Flood victims work on the Jute plant at the flood affected area at Saptari District
Flood victims work on the Jute plant at the flood affected area at Saptari District, Nepal August 14, 2017. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
INDIA-DAILYLIFE/
RTSOXJS
September 22, 2016
A woman carries a bundle of jute for drying in a paddy field in Nagaon district in the northeastern state...
Nagaon, India
A woman carries a bundle of jute for drying in a paddy field in Nagaon district
A woman carries a bundle of jute for drying in a paddy field in Nagaon district in the northeastern state of Assam, India, September 22, 2016. REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGL0
December 20, 2015
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker fills a 1-tonne super sack with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKX
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKW
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKV
December 20, 2015
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos
A worker transports 1-tonne super sacks with coffee beans for export at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKD
December 20, 2015
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt in a coffee warehouse in Santos...
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGKC
December 20, 2015
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos,...
Santos, Brazil
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos...
A worker loads a 60-kg jute bag of coffee beans for export onto a belt at a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGJG
December 20, 2015
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGJF
December 20, 2015
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos
Workers unload 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export in a coffee warehouse in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFW
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFT
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFR
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFQ
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export into a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL-COFFEE/BAGS
RTX1ZGFK
December 20, 2015
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos, Brazil, December...
Santos, Brazil
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos
Workers load 60-kg jute bags of coffee beans for export onto a container in Santos, Brazil, December 10, 2015. By introducing massive plastic sacks to replace the 60-kg (132-lb) jute bags that have dominated coffee shipments for more than two centuries, firms are saving millions of dollars a year, in a move so successful it is expected to reshape the global industry. Until a few years ago, the world's biggest coffee producer dispatched nearly all its exports in jute bags. Next year will see Brazil export more than half its green coffee in 1-tonne polypropylene 'super sacks' or 21.6-tonne polyethylene liners. Picture taken December 10, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
INDIA -ODDLY/
RTR4OOKJ
February 08, 2015
A Hindu priest burns jute sticks as part of a ritual as a couple take their wedding vows at a mass marriage...
BAHIRKHAND, India
A Hindu priest burns jute sticks as part of a ritual as a couple take their wedding vows at a mass marriage...
A Hindu priest burns jute sticks as part of a ritual as a couple take their wedding vows at a mass marriage ceremony at Bahirkhand village, north of Kolkata February 8, 2015. A total of 108 tribal Muslim and Hindu couples from various villages across the state took their wedding vows on Sunday during the day-long mass marriage ceremony organised by a social organisation, the organisers said. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
CRICKET-PAKISTAN/
RTR2UM79
November 29, 2011
Pakistan's cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq (R) poses as he receives the winning trophy from Arif Perdasi...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Pakistan's Misbah-ul-Haq poses as he receives the winning trophy after Pakistan won a Twenty20 cricket...
Pakistan's cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq (R) poses as he receives the winning trophy from Arif Perdasi (L), AHM Mustafa Kamal, president of the Bangladesh cricket Board (2nd L) and Abdul Latif Siddiqui, Minister of Textile and Jute, after Pakistan won a Twenty20 cricket match against Bangladesh in Dhaka November 29, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
BANGLADESH-JUTE/
RTR2RKNQ
September 20, 2011
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop in impoverished...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop in impoverished Bangladesh, jute, a fibre derived from reed-like plants, fell from favour as demand for cheap synthetics soared. But now it is seeing a broad international renaissance for use in shopping bags to replace polythene, non-biodegradable and harmful to the environment. Picture taken September 19, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)
BANGLADESH-JUTE/
RTR2RKND
September 20, 2011
A farmer carries a stack of jute to be dried in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A farmer carries a stack of jute to be dried in Manikganj
A farmer carries a stack of jute to be dried in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop in impoverished Bangladesh, jute, a fibre derived from reed-like plants, fell from favour as demand for cheap synthetics soared. But now it is seeing a broad international renaissance for use in shopping bags to replace polythene, non-biodegradable and harmful to the environment. Picture taken September 19, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)
BANGLADESH-JUTE/
RTR2RKNB
September 20, 2011
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop in impoverished...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj
A farmer dries stacks of jute in Manikganj September 19, 2011. Long a key export crop in impoverished Bangladesh, jute, a fibre derived from reed-like plants, fell from favour as demand for cheap synthetics soared. But now it is seeing a broad international renaissance for use in shopping bags to replace polythene, non-biodegradable and harmful to the environment. Picture taken September 19, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Biraj (BANGLADESH - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIP2
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as a "Peluches" walks down the street during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as a "Peluches" walks down the street during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in...
A man dressed as a "Peluches" walks down the street during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms dressed as " Empailles" along with "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIOW
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as an "Empailles" tries to drink from a wine bottle during the Carnival in the village...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as an "Empailles" tries to drink from a wine bottle during the Carnival in the village...
A man dressed as an "Empailles" tries to drink from a wine bottle during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIOQ
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to a child during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to a child during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to a child during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIN9
March 06, 2011
An organiser helps a man stuff hay into his "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the...
Evolene, Switzerland
An organiser helps a man stuff hay into his "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the...
An organiser helps a man stuff hay into his "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIN3
March 06, 2011
Organisers help participants put on "Empailles" costumes before the start of the Carnival in the village...
Evolene, Switzerland
Organisers help participants put on "Empailles" costumes before the start of the Carnival in the village...
Organisers help participants put on "Empailles" costumes before the start of the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
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March 06, 2011
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
Evolene, Switzerland
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIMT
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIMR
March 06, 2011
Men dressed as "Empailles" walk during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland...
Evolene, Switzerland
Men dressed as "Empailles" walk during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland...
Men dressed as "Empailles" walk during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIMN
March 06, 2011
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
Evolene, Switzerland
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
Organisers help a man put on an "Empailles" costume before the start of the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIMB
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene...
A man dressed as an "Empailles" reacts next to villagers during the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2JIM6
March 06, 2011
A man dressed as an "Empailles" stands in the shade before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
Evolene, Switzerland
A man dressed as an "Empailles" stands in the shade before the start of the Carnival in the village of...
A man dressed as an "Empailles" stands in the shade before the start of the Carnival in the village of Evolene in southern Switzerland March 6, 2011. Men wearing masks, jute bags stuffed with hay and brooms, along with other men dressed as "Peluches" in animal skins and masks representing animals, walk through the village to scare residents as part of the festivities. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
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October 14, 2010
A boy, displaced by flooding, rides a donkey cart carrying jute beds while returning to his village of...
Bello Patan, Pakistan
A boy rides a donkey cart carrying jute beds while returning to his village of Bello Patan
A boy, displaced by flooding, rides a donkey cart carrying jute beds while returning to his village of Bello Patan, some 32 km (20 miles) from Dadu, in Pakistan's Sindh province October 14, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
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September 24, 2010
Mohammad Qasim, 90, who has been displaced by floods, prays with beads as he rests on a jute bed outside...
Sukkur, Pakistan
Mohammad Qasim prays with beads as he rests on a jute bed outside his tent in Sukkur
Mohammad Qasim, 90, who has been displaced by floods, prays with beads as he rests on a jute bed outside his tent while taking refuge in a relief camp for flood victims in Sukkur, in Pakistan's Sindh province September 24, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT RELIGION)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
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September 22, 2010
A man displaced by flooding carries a jute bed on his head as he wades through floodwaters in the village...
Bello Patan, Pakistan
A man displaced by flooding carries a jute bed on his head as he wades through floodwaters in Bello Patan...
A man displaced by flooding carries a jute bed on his head as he wades through floodwaters in the village of Bello Patan in Pakistan's Sindh province on September 22, 2010. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/ECONOMY
RTR2BRYO
March 18, 2010
Employees work inside a jute factory on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of India's northeastern state...
Agartala, India
Employees work inside a jute factory on the outskirts of Agartala
Employees work inside a jute factory on the outskirts of Agartala, capital of India's northeastern state of Tripura March 18, 2010. Asia's third-largest economy will expand by more than 7.2 percent in the year to March 2010, with growth accelerating to 8.5 percent in 2010-11 and 9 percent in 2011-12, according to government forecasts. REUTERS/Jayanta Dey (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-JUTE/PRICE
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August 19, 2009
Labourers work at a wholesale jute market in Moynaguri village, about 66 km (41 miles) north of the eastern...
MOYNAGURI, India
Labourers work at a wholesale jute market in Moynaguri village
Labourers work at a wholesale jute market in Moynaguri village, about 66 km (41 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Siliguri August 19, 2009. India has raised the minimum support price for raw jute to 1,375 ($29) rupees per 100 kg for the financial year that began April 1, from last year's 1,250 ($26) rupees, Palaniappan Chidambaram, Home Affairs Minister, said on June 19. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri (INDIA AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
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