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INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92M
December 10, 2019
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, talks on her mobile phone...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, talks on her mobile phone inside a cab, while heading to Nawanshahr from Toosa, south of Ludhiana in Punjab, India, March 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92K
December 10, 2019
Palwinder Kaur (left) and Satwinder Kaur (right) speak to a woman who says she has been abandoned by...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Palwinder Kaur (left) and Satwinder Kaur (right) speak to a woman who says she has been abandoned by her husband, in the village of Toosa, south of Ludhiana, Punjab, India, April 23, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92I
December 10, 2019
Satwinder Kaur bids goodbye to her father who leaves for a short trip at her house in the village of...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Satwinder Kaur bids goodbye to her father who leaves for a short trip at her house in the village of Toosa, south of Ludhiana, Punjab, India, March 9, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92G
December 10, 2019
Satwinder Kaur speaks to a woman who visited Kaur to ask for advice on a personal issue, at her house...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Satwinder Kaur speaks to a woman who visited Kaur to ask for advice on a personal issue, at her house in the village of Toosa, south of Ludhiana, Punjab, India, March 9, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis. SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92E
December 10, 2019
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, speaks on the phone as...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, speaks on the phone as she sits with her family in the courtyard of her house in the village of Toosa, south of Ludhiana, Punjab, India, April 21, 2019. Kaur says her neighbours and even relatives call her banj, or "rotten womb,". "In my own house, I was called that." she said. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92C
December 10, 2019
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, reads messages on her phone...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
Satwinder Kaur, who says her NRI (non-resident Indian) husband abandoned her, reads messages on her phone at her house in the village of Toosa, south of Ludhiana, Punjab, India, April 21, 2019. Kaur says her neighbours and even relatives call her banj, or "rotten womb,". "In my own house, I was called that." she said. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-WOMEN/RUNAWAY-HUSBANDS
RTS2U92A
December 10, 2019
A man, woman and child ride past on a motorbike in Ludhiana, Punjab, India, March 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree...
Ludhiana, India
Wider Image: The runaway husbands
A man, woman and child ride past on a motorbike in Ludhiana, Punjab, India, March 10, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "RUNAWAY HUSBANDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
RTR2X0W1
January 29, 2012
Men work inside a steel factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab January 18, 2012....
Ludhiana, India
To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
Men work inside a steel factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab January 18, 2012. While much of India has galloped ahead in recent years on the back of a reform drive that began two decades ago, Punjab has somehow been left straggling behind. The Congress party, which leads the federal government, has leapt on that lag to woo Punjab's voters for a return to power in the state of 27 million people in elections there on Jan. 30. Picture taken January 18, 2012. To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
RTR2X0VP
January 29, 2012
Men work inside a steel factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab January 18, 2012....
Ludhiana, India
To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
Men work inside a steel factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab January 18, 2012. While much of India has galloped ahead in recent years on the back of a reform drive that began two decades ago, Punjab has somehow been left straggling behind. The Congress party, which leads the federal government, has leapt on that lag to woo Punjab's voters for a return to power in the state of 27 million people in elections there on Jan. 30. Picture taken January 18, 2012. To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
RTR2X0VO
January 29, 2012
A man looks at poly-bags on display outside a factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab...
Ludhiana, India
To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB
A man looks at poly-bags on display outside a factory at Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab January 18, 2012. While much of India has galloped ahead in recent years on the back of a reform drive that began two decades ago, Punjab has somehow been left straggling behind. The Congress party, which leads the federal government, has leapt on that lag to woo Punjab's voters for a return to power in the state of 27 million people in elections there on Jan. 30. Picture taken January 18, 2012. To match story INDIA-ELECTION/PUNJAB REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
INDIA/
RTR2ALUC
February 20, 2010
Balbir Singh Mirza, a participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila...
Ludhiana, India
A participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila Raipur sports festival...
Balbir Singh Mirza, a participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab February 20, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
INDIA/
RTR2ALT8
February 20, 2010
Bahadur Khan, a participant pulls a car with a rope attached to his ears during the Kila Raipur sports...
Ludhiana, India
A participant pulls a car with a rope attached to his ears during the Kila Raipur sports festival on...
Bahadur Khan, a participant pulls a car with a rope attached to his ears during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 20, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
INDIA/
RTR2ALRF
February 20, 2010
Balbir Singh Mirza, a participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila...
Ludhiana, India
A participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila Raipur sports festival...
Balbir Singh Mirza, a participant performs a stunt where a tractor was driven over him during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab February 20, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
INDIA/
RTR2ALR9
February 20, 2010
Villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana...
Ludhiana, India
Villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana...
Villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab February 20, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL)
INDIA/
RTR2AJWS
February 19, 2010
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race on the outskirts of Ludhiana
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 19, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDIA/
RTR2AJW6
February 19, 2010
A villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of...
Ludhiana, India
A villager competes in a bullock cart race on the outskirts of Ludhiana
A villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 19, 2010. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY SPORT)
INDIA/
RTXBMQS
February 14, 2009
A dog participates in a dog race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana...
Punjab, India
A dog participates in a dog race on the outskirts of Ludhiana
A dog participates in a dog race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 14, 2009. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBMQM
February 14, 2009
An Indian villager pulls a tractor with his mouth during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Punjab, India
An Indian villager pulls a tractor with his mouth on the outskirts of Ludhiana
An Indian villager pulls a tractor with his mouth during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 14, 2009. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBMQI
February 14, 2009
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Punjab, India
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race on the outskirts of Ludhiana
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 14, 2009. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBLEZ
February 13, 2009
A participant performs during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern...
Punjab, India
A participant performs during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana
A participant performs during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 13, 2009. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTXBLEJ
February 13, 2009
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Punjab, India
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Indian villagers compete in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 13, 2009. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA
RTXAWX4
November 24, 2008
Visually impaired students of the Indian Institute for the Blind show their medals in the northern Indian...
Chandigarh, India
Visually impaired students of Indian Institute for Blind show their medals in Chandigarh
Visually impaired students of the Indian Institute for the Blind show their medals in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh November 24, 2008, after winning the medals at the National Sports Meet for Blind held in Ludhiana. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1WVO9
February 09, 2008
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
Indian villager competes in bullock cart race on outskirts of Ludhiana
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 9, 2008. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1WVO8
February 09, 2008
Men take part in a tug-of-war during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in...
Ludhiana, India
Men take part in tug-of-war on outskirts of Ludhiana
Men take part in a tug-of-war during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab, February 9, 2008. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Munish Sharma (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1WTYK
February 08, 2008
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts...
An Indian villager competes in a bullock cart race during the Kila Raipur sports festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab February 8, 2008. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA)
INDIA
RTR1DJ6I
May 19, 2006
Indian army soldiers look on after the decontamination drill during an army exercise in the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
Indian army soldiers look on after the decontamination drill in Ludhiana
Indian army soldiers look on after the decontamination drill during an army exercise in the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DJ6B
May 19, 2006
Indian army's T-90 tanks move on a field during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the...
Ludhiana, India
Indian army's T-90 tanks move on a field in Ludhiana
Indian army's T-90 tanks move on a field during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DJ69
May 19, 2006
An Indian army soldier stands on a T-90 tank during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in...
Ludhiana, India
An Indian army soldier stands on a T-90 tank in Ludhiana
An Indian army soldier stands on a T-90 tank during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DJ64
May 19, 2006
Local residents look at at an Indian army's T-90 tank on a field during an army exercise on the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
Local residents look at at an Indian army's T-90 tank on a field during an army exercise on the outskirts...
Local residents look at at an Indian army's T-90 tank on a field during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DJ5Z
May 19, 2006
An Indian army soldier looks on after the decontamination drill during an army exercise in the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
An Indian army soldier looks on after the decontamination drill in Ludhiana
An Indian army soldier looks on after the decontamination drill during an army exercise in the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DJ5L
May 19, 2006
Indian army soldiers stand after decontamination drill during an exercise in the outskirts of Ludhiana,...
Ludhiana, India
Indian army soldiers stand after decontamination drill in Ludhiana
Indian army soldiers stand after decontamination drill during an exercise in the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 19, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DIAC
May 18, 2006
An Indian Army soldier gives a signal to an armored vehicle during an army exercise on the outskirts...
Ludhiana, India
An Indian Army soldier gives signal to an armored vehicle during an army exercise in Ludhiana
An Indian Army soldier gives a signal to an armored vehicle during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 18, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA
RTR1DIA7
May 18, 2006
Indian Army soldiers prepare a bridge during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern...
Ludhiana, India
Indian Army soldiers prepare a bridge during an army exercise in Ludhiana
Indian Army soldiers prepare a bridge during an army exercise on the outskirts of Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 18, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi
INDIA ELECTION
RTRJ2L9
May 08, 2004
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses his party supporters...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE ADDRESSES HIS PARTY SUPPORTERS IN LUDHIANA.
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses his party supporters during an election campaign rally in Ludhiana 180 kms (112 miles) east south of the northern Indian city of Amritsar May 8, 2004. India's mammoth election campaign drew to a close on Saturday with both main parties trading insults as exit and opinion polls showed a close race to the finish line. REUTERS/Munish Sharma AH/CP
INDIA ELECTION
RTRJ2L5
May 08, 2004
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses his party supporters...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE ADDRESSES HIS PARTY SUPPORTERS IN LUDHIANA.
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee addresses his party supporters during an election campaign rally in Ludhiana 180 kms (112 miles) east south of the northern Indian city of Amritsar May 8, 2004. India's mammoth election campaign drew to a close on Saturday with both main parties trading insults as exit and opinion polls showed a close race to the finish line. REUTERS/Munish Sharma AH/CP
INDIA ELECTION
RTRJ2KY
May 08, 2004
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee (R) and Shiromani Akali...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE AND SHIROMANI AKALI DAL PRESIDENT BADAL GREET THEIR SUPPORTERS IN LUDHIANA....
Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee (R) and Shiromani Akali Dal President Parkash Singh Badal greet their supporters during an election campaign rally in Ludhiana 180 kms (112 miles) east south of the northern Indian city of Amritsar May 8, 2004. India's mammoth election campaign drew to a close on Saturday with both main parties trading insults as exit and opinion polls showed a close race to the finish line. REUTERS/Munish Sharma AH/CP
INDIA ELECTION
RTRJ2KJ
May 08, 2004
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE SHOWS A SWORD AS SHIROMANI AKALI DAL PRESIDENT BADAL WAVES DURING A RALLY...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE SHOWS A SWORD AS SHIROMANI AKALI DAL PRESIDENT BADAL WAVES DURING A ......
INDIAN PRIME MINISTER VAJPAYEE SHOWS A SWORD AS SHIROMANI AKALI DAL PRESIDENT BADAL WAVES DURING A RALLY IN LUDHIANA. Indian Prime Minister and leader of Bharatiya Janata Party Atal Behari Vajpayee (L) shows a sword as Shiromani Akali Dal President Parkash Singh Badal waves during an election campaign rally in Ludhiana 180 kms (112 miles) east south of the northern Indian city of Amritsar May 8, 2004. India's mammoth election campaign drew to a close on Saturday with both main parties trading insults as exit and opinion polls showed a close race to the finish line. REUTERS/Munish Sharma
INDIA
RTRNKPZ
May 15, 2003
Indian policeman inspects the burnt out train carriage in Ludhiana, in
the northern Indian state of...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
POLICEMAN INSPECTS THE BURNT OUT TRAIN CARRIAGE IN LUDHIANA.
Indian policeman inspects the burnt out train carriage in Ludhiana, in
the northern Indian state of Punjab May 15, 2003. Fire killed 38 people
in a packed passenger train in northern India on Thursday, catching
many people in their sleep, officials and rescue workers said.
REUTERS/Ajay Verma

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INDIA FIRE
RTRNKP3
May 15, 2003
Indian policemen inspect the wreckage of burnt out train carriage in
Ludhiana, in the northern Indian...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
POLICEMEN INSPECT THE DAMAGE OF A BURNT TRAIN CARRIAGE IN LUDHIANA.
Indian policemen inspect the wreckage of burnt out train carriage in
Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 15, 2003. Fire
killed 38 people in a packed passenger train in northern India on
Thursday, catching many people in their sleep, officials and rescue
workers said. REUTERS/Ajay Verma

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INDIA FIRE
RTRNKEY
May 15, 2003
A passenger of an Indian train which caught fire recuperates at a
hospital in Ludhiana, in the northern...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
A TRAIN PASSENGER RECUPERATES AT A HOSPITAL IN LUDHIANA.
A passenger of an Indian train which caught fire recuperates at a
hospital in Ludhiana, in the northern Indian state of Punjab May 15,
2003. Fire killed 38 people in a packed passenger train in northern
India on Thursday, catching many people in their sleep, officials and
rescue workers said. REUTERS/Ajay Verma

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INDIA
RTRNKD0
May 15, 2003
A masked Indian rescue worker tries to identify a dead passengers' body
after a deadly train fire in...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
RESCUE WORKER TRIES TO IDENTIFY A DEAD PASSENGERS BODY IN INDIA'S
LUDHIANA.
A masked Indian rescue worker tries to identify a dead passengers' body
after a deadly train fire in the northern Indian state of Ludhiana, in
the northern Indian state of Punjab, May 15, 2003. The fire killed 38
people in a packed passenger train in northern India on Thursday,
catching many people in their sleep, officials and rescue workers said.
REUTERS/Ajay Verma

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INDIA FIRE
RTRNKAU
May 15, 2003
An Indian policeman walks past charred train carriage in Ludhiana, in
the northern Indian state of Punjab,...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
POLICEMAN WALKS PAST CHARRED TRAIN CARRIAGE IN INDIA'S LUDHIANA.
An Indian policeman walks past charred train carriage in Ludhiana, in
the northern Indian state of Punjab, May 15, 2003. Fire killed 38
people in a packed passenger train in northern India on Thursday,
catching many people in their sleep, officials and rescue workers said.
REUTERS/Ajay Verma

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INDIA FIRE
RTRNJV2
May 15, 2003
Indian policemen check the bodies of train passengers killed after a
fire broke out at a crowded passenger...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN POLICEMEN CHECK THE BODIES OF TRAIN PASSENGERS KILLED IN
LUDHIANA.
Indian policemen check the bodies of train passengers killed after a
fire broke out at a crowded passenger train in Ludhiana, in the
northern Indian state of Punjab, May 15, 2003. Fire raced through a
crowded passenger train in northern India on Thursday, killing at least
38 people, many of them as they slept, officials said. BEST QUALITTY
AVALIBLE REUTERS/Rajesh Bhambi

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INDIA
RTRNJUQ
May 15, 2003
A relative of an injured train passenger sits in a train at New Delhi
Railway Station before it departs...
New Delhi, Republic of India
RELATIVE OF AN INJURED TRAIN PASSENGER SITS INSIDE TRAIN AT NEW DELHI
RAILWAY STATION.
A relative of an injured train passenger sits in a train at New Delhi
Railway Station before it departs for the Indian city of Ludhiana May,
15, 2003. Fire killed 38 people in a packed passenger train in northern
India on Thursday, catching many people in their sleep, officials and
rescue workers said. REUTERS/B. Mathur

JSG/FA
INDIA FIRE
RTRNJUJ
May 15, 2003
Masked Indian rescue workers carry a dead train passenger's body after
a fire broke out in one of the...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
MASKED INDIAN RESCUE WORKERS CARRY A DEAD TRAIN PASSENGERS BODY IN
LUDHIANA.
Masked Indian rescue workers carry a dead train passenger's body after
a fire broke out in one of the carriages in Ludhiana, in the northern
Indian state of Punjab, May 15, 2003. Fire killed 38 people in a packed
passenger train in northern India on Thursday, catching many people in
their sleep, officials and rescue workers said. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
REUTERS/ Rajesh Bhambi

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CRASH INDIA PLANE
RTRLD43
April 04, 2003
Indian firefighters and villager try to put out the fire from burning
houses after an Air Force fighter...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN FIREFIGHTERS AND VILLAGER TRY TO PUT OUT A FIRE.
Indian firefighters and villager try to put out the fire from burning
houses after an Air Force fighter jet crashed on the outskirts of
Ludhiana, main city of the northern state of Punjab, April 4, 2003. At
least five people were killed and two dozen injured when the
Russian-designed Mig-23 fighter crashed into houses. REUTERS/Rajesh
Bhambi

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INDIA
RTRHQ90
February 04, 2003
A Sikh stands on two horses during the final of the Kila Raipur sports
festival on the outskirts of...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
SIKH STANDS ON TWO HORSES DURING THE FINAL OF THE KILA RAIPUR SPORTS
FESTIVAL ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF LUDHIANA....
A Sikh stands on two horses during the final of the Kila Raipur sports
festival on the outskirts of Ludhiana in the state of Punjab February
4, 2003. The festival, also known as the 'Rural Olympics', is held
annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes
from all over India. REUTERS/Rajesh Bhambi

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SOUTHASIA
RTR5MBI
May 25, 2002
Indian tanks sit on train carriages in the northern city of Ludhiana
waiting to be dispatched to Kashmir...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
TANKS SIT ON TRAIN CARRIAGES IN LUDHIANA WAITING TO BE DISPATCHED TO
KASHMIR.
Indian tanks sit on train carriages in the northern city of Ludhiana
waiting to be dispatched to Kashmir state May 25, 2002. Indian Prime
Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee played down a missile test by Pakistan on
Saturday that came amid heightened tension and fears of war between the
nuclear-armed rivals, local media reported. REUTERS/Rajesh Bhambi

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INDIA
RTR5J00
May 23, 2002
Hindu devotees of Goddess Kali pierce sharp objects through their
checks in the northern Indian city...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
DEVOTEES OF HINDU GODDESS PIERCE SHARP OBJECTS THROUGH THEIR CHECKS IN
LUDHIANA.
Hindu devotees of Goddess Kali pierce sharp objects through their
checks in the northern Indian city of Ludhiana in Punjab state May 23,
2002. The devotees, mostly from southern Indian states, traveled north
to display their obeisance to the Goddess, a ritual which is performed
each year before the monsoon period. REUTERS/Rajesh Bhambi

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September 16, 2001
Sikh activists from the Indian Youth Congress hold a rally in the
northern industrial Indian city of...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
SIKH ACTIVISTS RALLY AGAINST OSAMA BIN LADEN IN LUDHIANA.
Sikh activists from the Indian Youth Congress hold a rally in the
northern industrial Indian city of Ludhiana, September 16, 2001. The
activists were demonstrating against the recent terrorist attacks in
the United States, and accused Saudi-born exile Osama bin Laden as the
prime suspect in the attacks. REUTERS/ Rajesh Bhambi

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INDIA
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September 16, 2001
Activists from the Indian Youth Congress burn an effigy of Saudi-born
Osama bin Laden during a protest...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
ACTIVISTS BURN EFFIGY OF OSAMA BIN LADEN IN LUDHIANA.
Activists from the Indian Youth Congress burn an effigy of Saudi-born
Osama bin Laden during a protest in the northern Indian city of
Ludhiana, September 16, 2001. The activists were demonstrating against
the recent terrorist attacks in the United States. REUTERS/Rajesh
Bhambi

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INDIA
RTR13AFY
February 25, 2001
A participant of the 67th Kila Raipur sports festival, Bhadur Singh, lifts a 150kg plough with his teeth...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
A PARTICIPANT OF THE 67TH KILA RAIPUR SPORTS FESTIVAL LIFTS A 150KG PLOUGH WITH HIS TEETH IN LUDHIANA....
A participant of the 67th Kila Raipur sports festival, Bhadur Singh, lifts a 150kg plough with his teeth in the northern Indian town of Ludhiana in the state of Punjab February 25, 2001. The three-day festival known as the "Rural Olympics" is held annually in the northern city and the competition attracts athletes from all over India.

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INDIA
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February 24, 2001
Man race on bullock carts during the inaugurations of the 67th Kila Raipur sports festival, also known...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
MAN RACE ON BULLOCK CARTS DURING THE INAUGURATIONS OF THE 67TH KILA RAIPUR SPORTS FESTIVAL IN LUDHIANA....
Man race on bullock carts during the inaugurations of the 67th Kila Raipur sports festival, also known as a "Rural Olympics of India" in the northern Indian town of Ludhiana in the district of Punjab February 24, 2001. A Punjab court has banned the traditional sport of bull cart racing in January following allegation by animal rights activities accusing organisers of perpetuating cruelty to the animals. Event organiser Sukhbir Grewal denied the charge and said his organisation would defy the ban and hold the racing event.

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September 05, 1999
A Nihang Sikh (warrior sect of Sikhs), casts his vote at a polling station on September 5 in Ludhiana...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
A NIHANG SIKH CASTS HIS VOTE IN LUDHIANA CITY IN PUNJAB STATE.
A Nihang Sikh (warrior sect of Sikhs), casts his vote at a polling station on September 5 in Ludhiana city in the northern state of Punjab. Voting for the first phase of the month-long general elections is being held for 145 seats in the lower house of parliament, involving about 160 million voters.

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September 03, 1999
Activists of India's main opposition Congress party campaign on the last day of election campaign for...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
CONGRESS PARTY ACTIVISTS CAMPAIGN IN LUDHIANA CITY.
Activists of India's main opposition Congress party campaign on the last day of election campaign for the first phase of election in Ludhiana in the northern state of Punjab September 3. According to opinion polls, Indian Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee's BJP-led national Democratic Alliance (NDA) is poised to gain an absolute majority in the September-October general elections.

KK/TAN
FEATURE
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September 03, 1999
Indian farmers chat as they sit on a pile of wheat in a wholesale market in the northern state of Punjab's...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
INDIAN FARMERS CHAT AS THEY SIT ON A PILE OF GRAIN IN A MARKET IN LUDHIANA.
Indian farmers chat as they sit on a pile of wheat in a wholesale market in the northern state of Punjab's Ludhiana city. The farmers could not care less who won in the forthcoming elections as long as the new government gave priority to the farming sector.

KK/TAN
INDIA
RTR12AKM
August 26, 1999
CONGRESS PARTY PRESIDENT SONIA GANDHI WATCH HER SON RAHUL GANDHI BEING GIVEN A SWORD AT A RALLY IN LUDHIANA.


India's...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
CONGRESS PARTY PRESIDENT SONIA GANDHI WATCH HER SON RAHUL GANDHI BEING GIVEN A SWORD AT A RALLY IN ......
CONGRESS PARTY PRESIDENT SONIA GANDHI WATCH HER SON RAHUL GANDHI BEING GIVEN A SWORD AT A RALLY IN LUDHIANA.


India's main opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (R) watches her son Rahul Gandhi (L), wearing a Sikh turban, receive a sword from Amrinder Singh, Congress party chief of Punjab state, at a rally in Ludhiana in north India August 25. The 52-year-old Italian-born Sonia will contest next month's elections from two constituencies.
INDIA
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August 26, 1999
Surrounded by securitymen, India's main opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (C) waves during an election campaign...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
CONGRESS PARTY PRESIDENT SONIA GANDHI WAVES DURING AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN RALLY IN LUDHIANA.
Surrounded by securitymen, India's main opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (C) waves during an election campaign rally in Ludhiana in the northern Indian state of Punjab August 25. The Italian-born 52-year-old Gandhi will be contesting next month's elections from two constituencies. Picture taken August 25.

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INDIA
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August 26, 1999
India's main opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (R), son Rahul Gandhi (L), wearing a Sikh turban and Amrinder...
Ludhiana, Republic of India
CONGRESS PARTY PRESIDENT SONIA GANDHI AND HER SON RAHUL GANDHI WAVE DURING RALLY IN LUDHIANA.
India's main opposition leader Sonia Gandhi (R), son Rahul Gandhi (L), wearing a Sikh turban and Amrinder Singh, Congress party chief of Punjab state, wave at a rally in Ludhiana in north India August 25. The 52-year-old Italian-born Sonia will contest next month's elections from two constituencies.

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February 14, 1998
A supporter of India's Congress party dons a conical cap made out of election posters during an election...
India
CONGRESS PARTY SUPPORTER WEARS ELECTION POSTER CAP IN LUDHIANA
A supporter of India's Congress party dons a conical cap made out of election posters during an election campaign rally addressed by Sonia Gandhi in the northern Indian city of Ludhiana February 13. Sonia Gandhi, the Italian-born widow of former Indian prime minister Rajiv Gandhi, has led a month-long campaign for the party ahead of the February 16 to March 7 elections. Opinion polls have shown that Sonia's decision to hit the campaign trail has halted the advance of the frontrunner, the Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

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