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BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1RZW2
May 18, 2018
Dabbawalas, also known as tiffin carriers, purchase a saree and Kurta, traditional Indian clothing, as...
Mumbai, India
Dabbawalas purchase a saree and Kurta, traditional Indian clothing, as gifts for Britain's Prince Harry...
Dabbawalas, also known as tiffin carriers, purchase a saree and Kurta, traditional Indian clothing, as gifts for Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to mark the occasion of their wedding, in Mumbai, India, May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
BRITAIN-ROYALS/
RTS1RV97
May 17, 2018
Dabbawalas or tiffin carriers purchase a saree, a traditional Indian women's cloth and Kurta as gifts...
Mumbai, India
Dabbawalas or tiffin carriers purchase a saree, a traditional Indian women's cloth and Kurta as gifts...
Dabbawalas or tiffin carriers purchase a saree, a traditional Indian women's cloth and Kurta as gifts for Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on the occasion of their wedding, in Mumbai, India, May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1JE53
July 07, 2015
Rebel fighters from the Ahrar al-Sham Movement take Islamic and Koran lessons inside a camp, during the...
Idlib, Syria
Rebel fighters from the Ahrar al-Sham Movement take Islamic and Koran lessons inside a camp, during the...
Rebel fighters from the Ahrar al-Sham Movement take Islamic and Koran lessons inside a camp, during the holy month of Ramadan in Idlib countryside, Syria July 7, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RELIGION-RAMADAN/
RTX1IVKB
July 03, 2015
Muslims offer Friday prayers during the holy month of Ramadan inside a mosque in Allahabad, India, July...
Allahabad, India
Muslims offer Friday prayers during the holy month of Ramadan inside a mosque in Allahabad
Muslims offer Friday prayers during the holy month of Ramadan inside a mosque in Allahabad, India, July 3, 2015. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash
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PAKISTAN-CULTURE/
RTR4PKIT
February 14, 2015
A boy sells heart-shaped balloons to a customer at a roadside on Valentine's Day in Islamabad February...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Boy sells heart-shaped balloons to a customer at a roadside on Valentine's Day in Islamabad
A boy sells heart-shaped balloons to a customer at a roadside on Valentine's Day in Islamabad February 14, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDIA-KASHMIR/PROTESTS
RTR20SYK
August 09, 2008
A Kashmiri protester throws a stone towards Indian policemen during a protest against attacks on Muslims...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri protester throws stone towards Indian policemen during protest in Srinagar
A Kashmiri protester throws a stone towards Indian policemen during a protest against attacks on Muslims and economic blockade of the valley in Srinagar August 9, 2008. India's Muslim-majority Kashmir valley was running short of food, fuel and medical supplies after Hindu protesters stopped transport along the region's major highway in the latest protests over a land row. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
EMIRATES/
RTR20H7R
July 30, 2008
General view of Emirates Airlines check in area for first and business class passengers is seen, ahead...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
General view of Emirates Airlines check in area for first and business class passengers is seen, ahead...
General view of Emirates Airlines check in area for first and business class passengers is seen, ahead of the arrival of the Airbus A380 in Dubai International Airport, July 29, 2008. The aircraft is scheduled for an engineering check in the Emirates, before leaving for New York on Friday. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)
USA-AFRICA
RTX7J3J
April 10, 2008
A U.S. soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military...
Dakar, Senegal
A US soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military exercise...
A U.S. soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military exercise using dummy weapons on the USS Fort McHenry in Dakar's harbor April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. The USS Fort McHenry is a Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
USA-AFRICA
RTX7J3E
April 10, 2008
U.S. Navy Damage Controlman (DC1) Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise using...
Dakar, Senegal
U.S. Navy DC1 Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise on the USS Fort McHenry...
U.S. Navy Damage Controlman (DC1) Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise using dummy weapons on the USS Fort McHenry in Dakar's harbor April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. The USS Fort McHenry is a Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
USA-AFRICA/
RTR1ZBZP
April 10, 2008
A U.S. soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military...
Dakar, Senegal
A US soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military exercise...
A U.S. soldier is taken prisoner by a Senegalese during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military exercise using dummy weapons on the USS Fort McHenry in Dakar's harbor, April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. The USS Fort McHenry is a Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) also see GF2E47113TN01
USA-AFRICA/
RTR1ZBYP
April 10, 2008
U.S. Navy Master-at-arms (MA) Kurtis Chapman (C) directs an unarmed combat self defence exercise with...
Dakar, Senegal
U.S. Navy MA Kurtis Chapman directs an unarmed combat self defence exercise with local sailors on Senegal's...
U.S. Navy Master-at-arms (MA) Kurtis Chapman (C) directs an unarmed combat self defence exercise with local sailors on Senegal's Naval base in Dakar, April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL)
USA-AFRICA/
RTR1ZBXR
April 10, 2008
A Senegalese soldier holds two U.S. soldiers prisoner during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military...
Dakar, Senegal
A Senegalese soldier holds two U.S. soldiers prisoner during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military...
A Senegalese soldier holds two U.S. soldiers prisoner during a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" military exercise using dummy weapons on the USS Fort McHenry in Dakar's harbor, April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. The USS Fort McHenry is a Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL)
USA-AFRICA/
RTR1ZBXB
April 10, 2008
U.S. Navy Damage Controlman (DC1) Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise using...
Dakar, Senegal
U.S. Navy DC1 Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise on the USS Fort McHenry...
U.S. Navy Damage Controlman (DC1) Adam Burg directs a "Visit Board, Search and Seizure" exercise using dummy weapons on the USS Fort McHenry in Dakar's harbor, April 10, 2008. The United States is stepping up its naval presence in the lawless waters off West Africa to secure vital oil supplies and curb drug smuggling being used to finance terrorism, Rear Admiral Anthony Kurta said. The USS Fort McHenry is a Whidbey Island Class Dock Landing Ship. REUTERS/Normand Blouin (SENEGAL) also see GF2E47113TO01
INDIA-BRITAIN/
RTR1W2WX
January 21, 2008
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and wearing a kurta pyjama suit, greets Indian...
New Delhi, India
Sarah Brown greets Indian Prime Minister's wife Gursharan Kaur at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi...
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown and wearing a kurta pyjama suit, greets Indian Prime Minister's wife Gursharan Kaur at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi January 21, 2008. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDIA)
INDIA-BRITAIN/
RTR1W2TG
January 21, 2008
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, wearing a kurta pyjama suit arrives at the...
New Delhi, India
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister, wears a kurta pyjama suit in New Delhi
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, wearing a kurta pyjama suit arrives at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi January 21, 2008. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDIA)
INDIA-BRITAIN/
RTR1W2TE
January 21, 2008
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, wearing a kurta pyjama suit arrives at the...
New Delhi, India
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister, wears a kurta pyjama suit in New Delhi
Sarah Brown, wife of Britain's Prime Minister Gordon Brown, wearing a kurta pyjama suit arrives at the Presidential Palace in New Delhi January 21, 2008. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (INDIA)
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA/
RTR1SFS1
August 01, 2007
Workers build a children's funfair in the Georgian village of Tamarasheni, some 120 km (75 miles) northwest...
KURTA, Georgia
To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA
Workers build a children's funfair in the Georgian village of Tamarasheni, some 120 km (75 miles) northwest of Tbilisi July 18, 2007. To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA
RTR1SFRV
August 01, 2007
Dmitry Sanakoyev speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the Georgian village of Kurta...
KURTA, Georgia
To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA
Dmitry Sanakoyev speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the Georgian village of Kurta some 120 km (75 miles) nothwest of Tbilisi in this July 18, 2007 picture. To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA
RTR1SFRS
August 01, 2007
Dmitry Sanakoyev speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the Georgian village of Kurta...
KURTA, Georgia
To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA
Dmitry Sanakoyev speaks during an interview with Reuters at his office in the Georgian village of Kurta some 120 km (75 miles) nothwest of Tbilisi in this July 18, 2007 picture. To match feature GEORGIA-SOUTHOSSETIA REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA)
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/FIRING
RTR1RF9I
July 03, 2007
Pakistani religious students throw stones at paramilitary troopers during clashes in Islamabad July 3,...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistani religious students throw stones at paramilitary troopers during clashes in Islamabad
Pakistani religious students throw stones at paramilitary troopers during clashes in Islamabad July 3, 2007. At least six, including a paramilitary trooper and a television cameraman, were killed in gunfire during clashes with militant students at a mosque run by a Taliban-style movement in Islamabad on Tuesday, officials said. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/FIRING
RTR1REY9
July 03, 2007
Pakistani religious students burn the environment ministry outside the Red mosque in Islamabad July 3,...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Pakistani religious students burn the environment ministry outside Red mosque in Islamabad
Pakistani religious students burn the environment ministry outside the Red mosque in Islamabad July 3, 2007. A Pakistani paramilitary trooper was shot dead during gunfire from the mosque run by a Taliban-style movement during clashes between security forces and Islamic students in Islamabad on Tuesday. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QM06
June 08, 2007
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran,...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTR1P73T
April 30, 2007
A construction worker carries a pail in Bam, 1,250 km (776 miles) southeast of Tehran April 30, 2007....
Bam, Iran
A construction worker carries a pail in Bam
A construction worker carries a pail in Bam, 1,250 km (776 miles) southeast of Tehran April 30, 2007. An earthquake flattened the ancient Silk Road city of Bam in December 2003 killing more than 40,000 people. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN)
EMIRATES/
RTR1OI74
April 10, 2007
A keeper walks his camels in the Dubai desert April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)...
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
A keeper walks his camels in the Dubai desert
A keeper walks his camels in the Dubai desert April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)
PAKISTAN-CINEMAS/
RTR1NHIT
March 15, 2007
A labourer pulls his cart in front of a cinema in Karachi March 15, 2007. Cinemas across Pakistan stopped...
Karachi, Pakistan
Labourer pulls his cart in front of a cinema in Karachi
A labourer pulls his cart in front of a cinema in Karachi March 15, 2007. Cinemas across Pakistan stopped showing films for a day on Thursday to protest against the government's failure to curb film piracy, an industry official said. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN)
IRAQ
RTR1IV26
October 31, 2006
Relatives and friends pray over the coffin of a victim killed on Monday's Sadr city car bomb attack,...
Najaf, Iraq
Relatives and friends pray over the coffin of a victim killed on Monday's Sadr city car bomb attack during...
Relatives and friends pray over the coffin of a victim killed on Monday's Sadr city car bomb attack, during a funeral in Najaf, 160 km (100 miles) south of Baghdad, October 31, 2006. REUTERS/Ali Abu Shish (IRAQ)
IRAQ
RTR1ISSR
October 29, 2006
An elderly resident walks past a U.S. soldier from the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Baghdad,...
Baghdad, Iraq
An elderly resident walks past a US soldier from 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Baghdad
An elderly resident walks past a U.S. soldier from the 172nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Baghdad, October 29, 2006. REUTERS/Mahmoud Raouf Raouf (IRAQ)
FOOD INDIA WHEAT
RTR1D7GY
May 09, 2006
A farmer rests upon the sacks of wheat at a grain market in Kharar town of the northern Indian state...
KHARAR, India
Farmer rests upon sacks of wheat at grain market in Kharar
A farmer rests upon the sacks of wheat at a grain market in Kharar town of the northern Indian state of Punjab May 9, 2006. Indian wheat futures dipped on Tuesday following a government tender to import 3 million tonnes of the grain, while soyoil firmed on expectation of tighter supplies. Traders said the supplies were likely to be used by the government to replenish its reserves and would not be available immediately in the market. REUTERS/Ajay Verma BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0VY
May 03, 2006
An Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245...
ELLIOTPUR, India
Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard outside polling station in Elliotpur village
An Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245 km (152 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0VV
May 03, 2006
Indian voters stand in a queue outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245 km (152 miles)...
ELLIOTPUR, India
Indian voters stand in queue outside polling station in Elliotpur village
Indian voters stand in a queue outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245 km (152 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0VU
May 03, 2006
An blind Indian man (2nd R) gets his voter's identity card checked outside a polling station in Beldanga...
BELDANGA, India
Blind Indian man gets his voter's identity card checked outside polling station in Beldanga village
An blind Indian man (2nd R) gets his voter's identity card checked outside a polling station in Beldanga village, about 230 km (143 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0VL
May 03, 2006
Indian voters stand in a queue outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245 km (152 miles)...
ELLIOTPUR, India
Indian voters stand a queue outside polling station in Elliotpur village
Indian voters stand in a queue outside a polling station in Elliotpur village, about 245 km (152 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0VI
May 03, 2006
Indian voters wait outside a polling station in Bhotaknathpur village, about 270 km (168 miles) north...
BHOTAKNATHPUR, India
Indian voters wait outside polling station in Bhotaknathpur village
Indian voters wait outside a polling station in Bhotaknathpur village, about 270 km (168 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0UW
May 03, 2006
An Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard at a polling station in Bhotaknathpur village, about 270...
BHOTAKNATHPUR, India
An Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard at a polling station in Bhotaknathpur village
An Indian paramilitary personnel stands guard at a polling station in Bhotaknathpur village, about 270 km (168 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
INDIA ELECTION
RTR1D0UL
May 03, 2006
An Indian child sleeps while his mother joins other voters at a polling station in Madartala village,...
MADARTALA, India
An Indian child sleeps inside a polling station in Madartala
An Indian child sleeps while his mother joins other voters at a polling station in Madartala village, about 290 km (180 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, May 3, 2006. Women in bright saris and men in kurtas began voting on Wednesday in West Bengal where the world's longest-ruling democratically-elected communist government is seeking a seventh straight term. Women from remote villages often bring their children with them to the polling station. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal
QUAKE SUBCONTINENT INDIA
RTR19441
October 10, 2005
An earthquake victim lies on the ground as a man carries an injured child in Tanghdar, 180 km (112 miles)...
Tanghdar, India
Earthquake victim lies on ground as a man carries an injured child in Tanghdar
An earthquake victim lies on the ground as a man carries an injured child in Tanghdar, 180 km (112 miles) north of Srinagar, October 10, 2005. Soldiers searched on Monday for isolated Indian Kashmiri villages believed buried under landslides triggered by a weekend earthquake, but rescue efforts have been hindered by sporadic militant attacks, officials said. The death toll in India from Saturday's tremor rose to nearly 750, but authorities said they were yet to account for all villages in the worst-hit districts of Baramulla and Kupwara which border Pakistan. REUTERS/Danish Ismail Pictures of the month October 2005
BAHRAIN
RTRB9FX
September 28, 2002
Bahraini men Bader (L) and Yousif stand on chairs flanking Pakistan's Ghulam Shabeer in Manama September...
Manama, Bahrain - State of
TWO BAHRAINI MEN STAND ON CHAIRS AS THEY COMPARE THEIR HEIGHT TO GHULAM
SHABEER.
Bahraini men Bader (L) and Yousif stand on chairs flanking Pakistan's Ghulam Shabeer in Manama September 28, 2002 after the giant had been given a permanent resident permit to stay in the Gulf kingdom. Shabeer, who claims to be the world's tallest man topping seven-and-a-half feet (255cm), will settle in Bahrain along with his company - The Tallest
and Short Promotion Company - and continue organising his world tour to promote peace in the globe. REUTERS/Hamad I. Mohammed
HIM/WS/CLH/
INDIA
RTR2OYP
March 19, 2002
Indian school students sign their good luck messages for Bollywood star
Aamir Khan on a traditional...
Calcutta, Republic of India
SCHOOL STUDENTS SIGN A GOOD LUCK MESSAGE FOR BOLLYWOOD STAR AAMIR KHAN
IN CALCUTTA.
Indian school students sign their good luck messages for Bollywood star
Aamir Khan on a traditional Indian kurta (shirt) at a music store in
the eastern Indian city of Calcutta March 19, 2002. An Indian music
company will present the autographed kurta, similar to the one worn by
Khan in his film "Lagaan" (Land Tax) to the actor in Los Angeles a few
days before the Oscar awards on March 24. Khan's film "Lagaan", in
which he is the lead actor and producer, is one of five films to have
bagged an Oscar nomination in the best foreign film category.
REUTERS/Sucheta Das

SD/JIR/CP
PAKISTAN
RTRR5ED
September 21, 1999
Zafarullah Satti, (7 feet and 7 inches), one of the tallest Pakistanis, comes out of the Convention Centre...
Islamabad, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
SATTI, ONE OF PAKISTAN'S TALLEST MEN, LEAVES CONVENTION CENTRE.
Zafarullah Satti, (7 feet and 7 inches), one of the tallest Pakistanis, comes out of the Convention Centre in Islamabad September 21. Satti, now 21 years of age, is likely to gain more height in next few years and hopes to become the tallest man in the world.

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INDIA
RTRYPFE
January 11, 1999
Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee waits for the arrival of Luxembourg's Prime Minister Jean-Claude...
New Delhi, India
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER ATAL BEHARI VAJPAYEE IN NEW DELHI.
Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee waits for the arrival of Luxembourg's Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker at New Delhi's presidential palace January 11. Vajpayee sported a suit with a closed-neck jacket in a rare change from his usual "dhoti-kurta," an ensemble of a waist-wrap worn in traditional Hindu style with a long shirt.

SM/FY/KM
RTRFBW0
July 03, 1998
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The world's tallest man Alam Channa stands next to Pakistan's shortest man Ghazi...
Pakistan
UNDATED FILE PHOTO OF THE WORLD'S TALLEST MAN.
UNDATED FILE PHOTO - The world's tallest man Alam Channa stands next to Pakistan's shortest man Ghazi Khan in this undated file photo. Ghazi Khan weighs 21 kilograms and is three feet one inch tall. Alam Channa who was seven feet and eight inches tall, died of kidney failure on Thursday in a New York hospital.

ZH/TAN/ME
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