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PAKISTAN
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April 25, 2009
A vendor fries pooris in the evening on a road in Lahore April 25, 2009. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN...
Lahore, Pakistan
A vendor fries pooris in the evening on a road in Lahore
A vendor fries pooris in the evening on a road in Lahore April 25, 2009. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN FOOD)
KASHMIR
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April 05, 2006
An Indian vendor selling "Bhail Poori" or rice vermicelli waits for customers at a street in Srinagar...
Srinagar, India
An Indian vendor selling "Bhail Poori" or rice vermicelli waits for customers at a street in Srinagar...
An Indian vendor selling "Bhail Poori" or rice vermicelli waits for customers at a street in Srinagar April 5, 2006. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli
INDIA
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November 06, 2001
Indian women use rolling pins to prepare a large-sized poori
(deep-fried flat brown bread) during a...
Bombay, Republic of India
INDIAN WOMEN USE ROLLING PINS TO PREPARE POORI IN BOMBAY.
Indian women use rolling pins to prepare a large-sized poori
(deep-fried flat brown bread) during a poori making competition in
Bombay November 6, 2001. Suresh Kumar Shukla, a caterer by profession,
prepared a poori, 1.3 metres (4.3 feet) in diameter, to win the
competition and to enter the Indian 'Limca book of records' (similar to
the Guiness Book of World Records) as having made the world's largest
poori. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Arko Datta

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INDIA
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November 06, 2001
Suresh Kumar Shukla (L), a caterer by profession, prepares a
large-sized poori (deep-fried flat brown...
Bombay, Republic of India
SURESH KUMAR PREPARES A LARGE-SIZED POORI DURING A COMPETITION IN
BOMBAY.
Suresh Kumar Shukla (L), a caterer by profession, prepares a
large-sized poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) as spectators look on
during a poori making competition in Bombay, November 6, 2001. Shukla
prepared a poori, 1.3 metres (4.3 feet) in diameter, to win the
competition and to enter the Indian 'Limca book of records' (similar to
the Guiness Book of World Records) as having made the world's largest
poori. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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INDIA
RTRP2OT
November 06, 2001
Indian women taste poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) they made during
a poori making competition in...
Bombay, Republic of India
INDIAN WOMEN TASTE POORI THEY MADE DURING A COMPETITION IN BOMBAY.
Indian women taste poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) they made during
a poori making competition in Bombay November 6, 2001. Suresh Kumar
Shukla, a caterer by profession, prepared a poori, 1.3 metres (4.3
feet) in diameter, to win the competition and to enter the Indian
'Limca book of records' (similar to the Guiness Book of World Records)
as having made the world's largest poori. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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INDIA
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November 03, 2001
Indian women use rolling pins to prepare a large-sized poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) during a poori...
Bombay, India
Indian women use rolling pins to prepare a large-sized poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) during a .....
Indian women use rolling pins to prepare a large-sized poori (deep-fried flat brown bread) during a poori making competition in Bombay November 6, 2001. Suresh Kumar Shukla, a caterer by profession, prepared a poori, 1.3 metres (4.3 feet) in diameter, to win the competition and to enter the Indian 'Limca book of records' (similar to the Guinness Book of World Records) as having made the world's largest poori.
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