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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-VICTIMS
RTX7Z82B
October 01, 2020
Renu Verma, 49, a housewife, shows a picture on her phone of her husband Rajkumar Verma, 54, a driver,...
New Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Indians share the stories of loved ones they lost to the pandemic
Renu Verma, 49, a housewife, shows a picture on her phone of her husband Rajkumar Verma, 54, a driver, who died due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as she poses for a photograph, in New Delhi, India, September 26, 2020. "In the evening my husband started feeling unwell," said Renu. "I called a neighbour and got an ambulance and took him to a hospital which is right across the road," she added. "He stopped responding in the ambulance as the hospital was not ready to take him inside, saying that there is no bed," she said. "He was taken inside the hospital on a stretcher only after I went to a doctor and told the medics that my husband is not responding." REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "COVID DEATHS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
REFUGEE-DAY/INDIA-CITIZENSHIP
RTS3DQGS
June 16, 2020
Men cook rice together as Baba Rajkumar (not pictured), a spiritual leader, visits the Hindu refugee...
New Delhi, India
The Wider Image: Living on the edge, Pakistani Hindus still feel safer in India
Men cook rice together as Baba Rajkumar (not pictured), a spiritual leader, visits the Hindu refugee settlement where refugees have put up makeshift huts using wood collected from surrounding trees, situated amongst a woodland area near Signature Bridge, a highway overpass in New Delhi, India, January 23, 2020. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis SEARCH "HINDU REFUGEE CITIZENSHIP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOUTHASIA
RTX7DPGD
April 17, 2020
Magician Rajkumar performs for people at a sports complex turned into a shelter after India extended...
New Delhi, India
Spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in New Delhi
Magician Rajkumar performs for people at a sports complex turned into a shelter after India extended a nationwide lockdown to slow down the spreading of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in New Delhi, India, April 17, 2020.REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis
PHILIPPINES-DEFENSE/INDIA
RTX1UHTL
November 03, 2015
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, gestures during a briefing with the media onboard...
Manila, Philippines
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, gestures during a briefing with the media onboard...
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, gestures during a briefing with the media onboard the Indian naval ship "INS Sahyadri" docked at north harbor in Manila November 3, 2015. The "INS Sahyadri" is a Shivalik Class warship that was inducted into the Indian Navy on July 2012, with a multi-role stealth frigate and boasting an array of weaponry in its arsenal, according to the Indian navy. The "INS Sahyadri" is in Manila to strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
PHILIPPINES-DEFENSE/INDIA
RTX1UHTK
November 03, 2015
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, explains the meaning of the seal on a turret during...
Manila, Philippines
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, explains the meaning of the seal on a turret during...
Kunal Rajkumar, an Indian navy commanding officer, explains the meaning of the seal on a turret during a briefing with the media onboard the Indian naval ship "INS Sahyadri" docked at north harbor in Manila November 3, 2015. The "INS Sahyadri" is a Shivalik Class warship that was inducted into the Indian Navy on July 2012, with a multi-role stealth frigate and boasting an array of weaponry in its arsenal, according to the Indian navy. The "INS Sahyadri" is in Manila to strengthen bilateral ties between the two countries. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco
USA/
RTR3VIBS
June 24, 2014
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Raj Rajkumar (L) invites U.S. Acting Transportation Undersecretary...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Carnegie Mellon professor Rajkumar invites Acting Undersecretary of Transportation Rogoff into driverless...
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Raj Rajkumar (L) invites U.S. Acting Transportation Undersecretary Peter Rogoff (R) for a drive in the university's autonomous car in Washington June 24, 2014. The 2011 Cadillac SRX is able to control steering, speed and braking in harmony with the autonomous systems (radar, lidar and infrared sensors) that detect and avoid obstacles in the road. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3VIAJ
June 24, 2014
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Raj Rajkumar (C) explains the workings of the university's autonomous...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Carnegie Mellon professor Rajkumar explains workings of driverless car in Washington
Carnegie Mellon University Professor Raj Rajkumar (C) explains the workings of the university's autonomous car in Washington June 24, 2014. The 2011 Cadillac SRX is able to control steering, speed and braking in harmony with the autonomous systems (radar, lidar and infrared sensors) that detect and avoid obstacles in the road. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR3VI86
June 24, 2014
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Bill Shuster (R-PA) (L) and Carnegie Mellon University...
Washington, UNITED STATES
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Shuster and Carnegie Mellon professor Rajkumar...
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Chair Bill Shuster (R-PA) (L) and Carnegie Mellon University Professor Raj Rajkumar (R) hold a news conference showcasing the university's autonomous car (rear) in Washington June 24, 2014. The 2011 Cadillac SRX is able to control steering, speed and braking in harmony with the autonomous systems (radar, lidar and infrared sensors) that detect and avoid obstacles in the road. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
MALAYSIA/
RTR3D0W0
January 27, 2013
Hindu devotee Rajkumar Subramaniam finishes his pilgrimage to the sacred Batu Caves Temple after climbing...
Batu Caves, Malaysia
A Hindu devotee finishes his pilgrimage to the sacred Batu Caves Temple after climbing 252 steps with...
Hindu devotee Rajkumar Subramaniam finishes his pilgrimage to the sacred Batu Caves Temple after climbing 252 steps with his kavadi during Thaipusam festival in Batu Caves outside Kuala Lumpur January 27, 2013. Thaipusam, the festival of penance honouring Lord Murugan, originated from Southern India and introduced to Malaysia in the 19th century by Indian immigrants, is no longer celebrated in India. However in Malaysia the festival has gone beyond the ethnic Indian community which comprises of over eight percent of the 28 million population. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
BOLLYWOOD-INDIA/
RTXQ11W
October 26, 2009
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif speaks during a news conference to promote her new film "Ajab Prem Ki...
Kolkata, India
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif speaks during a news conference to promote her new film "Ajab Prem Ki...
Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif speaks during a news conference to promote her new film "Ajab Prem Ki Ghazab Kahani" in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata October 26, 2009. The film is directed by Rajkumar Santoshi. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN
RTR1QNAA
June 10, 2007
Bollywood director Rajkumar Hirani (L) accepts an award for his film, Lage Raho Munnabhai as Yash Chopra...
Sheffield, United Kingdom
Director Rajkumar Hirani accepts an award during the International Indian Film Academy Awards in Sheffield...
Bollywood director Rajkumar Hirani (L) accepts an award for his film, Lage Raho Munnabhai as Yash Chopra gestures during the International Indian Film Academy Awards (IIFA) in Sheffield, northern England, June 9, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
USA/BOLLYWOOD
RTR1Q5AK
May 27, 2007
Indian director Rajkumar Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at...
Uniondale, UNITED STATES
Indian director Rajkumar Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at...
Indian director Rajkumar Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at the 2007 Bollywood Film Awards in Uniondale, New York, May 26, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
USA/BOLLYWOOD
RTR1Q5AD
May 27, 2007
Indian director Rajkumar Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at...
Uniondale, UNITED STATES
Indian director Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at the 2007...
Indian director Rajkumar Hirani accepts the best director award for his film "Lage Raho Munnabhai" at the 2007 Bollywood Film Awards in Uniondale, New York May 26, 2007. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH1T
April 13, 2006
An Indian man walks past a burning bus on a street in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13,...
Bangalore, India
An Indian man walks past a burning bus on a street in Bangalore
An Indian man walks past a burning bus on a street in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH1R
April 13, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
A man gestures beside a body on a...
Bangalore, India
Man gestures beside a body on a street in southern Indian city of Bangalore
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
A man gestures beside a body on a street in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH1A
April 13, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
A body lies on a street among Indian...
Bangalore, India
A man lies dead on a street among Indian police officers in Bangalore
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
A body lies on a street among Indian police officers in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH0V
April 13, 2006
Indian policemen fire tear gas to disperse a crowd during the funeral of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar...
Bangalore, India
Indian policemen fire tear gas to disperse crowd during funeral of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar...
Indian policemen fire tear gas to disperse a crowd during the funeral of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH0J
April 13, 2006
Thousands of people surround the vehicle carrying the body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the...
Bangalore, India
Thousands of people surround vehicle carrying body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in Bangalore...
Thousands of people surround the vehicle carrying the body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH0D
April 13, 2006
Indian policeman stands guard as a bus burns in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs...
Bangalore, India
Indian policeman stands guard as a bus burns in Bangalore
Indian policeman stands guard as a bus burns in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CH01
April 13, 2006
Indian policemen beat a fan of the veteran film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city of Bangalore...
Bangalore, India
Indian policemen beat a fan of veteran film actor Rajkumar in Bangalore
Indian policemen beat a fan of the veteran film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
RAJKUMAR
RTXOHLU
April 12, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 16NOV00 - Indian film star Rajkumar folds his hands in greeting as he arrives in Bangalore...
Bangalore, India
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 16NOV00 - Indian film star Rajkumar folds his hands in greeting as he arrives in .....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 16NOV00 - Indian film star Rajkumar folds his hands in greeting as he arrives in Bangalore for a news conference in this November 16, 2000 file photo. Rajkumar died on April 12, 2006 sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub.
INDIA VIOLENCE
RTR1CGZP
April 12, 2006
The body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar lies in the coffin on the way to his cremation in the...
Bangalore, India
The body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar lies in the coffin on the way to his cremation in Bangalore...
The body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar lies in the coffin on the way to his cremation in the southern Indian city of Bangalore April 13, 2006. Mobs torched buses, attacked company offices and stoned police on the streets of India's technology hub on Thursday ahead of the funeral of film icon Rajkumar, whose death has triggered widespread mourning. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA ACTOR
RTR1CGED
April 12, 2006
An Indian man falls unconscious after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar...
Bangalore, India
An Indian man falls unconscious after hearing news of the death of Rajkumar in Bangalore
An Indian man falls unconscious after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 12, 2006. An icon of south Indian cinema and star of more than 200 films, Rajkumar, died on Wednesday, sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped up hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA ACTOR
RTR1CGEA
April 12, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
The body of veteran Indian film actor...
Bangalore, India
The body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar is seen at his residence in the southern Indian city Bangalore...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
The body of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar is seen at his residence in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 12, 2006. An icon of south Indian cinema and star of more than 200 films, Rajkumar, died on Wednesday, sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped up hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA ACTOR
RTR1CGDR
April 12, 2006
A mob of people breaks windows of a bus after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor...
Bangalore, India
A mob of people breaks windows of a bus in Bangalore
A mob of people breaks windows of a bus after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 12, 2006. An icon of south Indian cinema and star of more than 200 films, Rajkumar, died on Wednesday, sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped up hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA ACTOR
RTR1CGDJ
April 12, 2006
A mob of people overturns a police car after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar...
Bangalore, India
A mob of people overturns a police car in Bangalore
A mob of people overturns a police car after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 12, 2006. An icon of south Indian cinema and star of more than 200 films, Rajkumar, died on Wednesday, sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped up hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA ACTOR
RTR1CGDC
April 12, 2006
A mob of people overturns a police car after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar...
Bangalore, India
A mob of people overturns a police car in Bangalore
A mob of people overturns a police car after hearing news of the death of veteran Indian film actor Rajkumar in the southern Indian city Bangalore April 12, 2006. An icon of south Indian cinema and star of more than 200 films, Rajkumar died on Wednesday, sparking widespread violence as distraught fans torched buses and ripped up hoardings in the country's hi-tech hub. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv
INDIA
RTRJ6MV
July 31, 2005
Homeless children Rajkumar and Pooja play inside their parent's roadside tea stall in Calcutta July 31,...
Calcutta, India
Homeless children Rajkumar and Pooja play inside their parent's roadside tea stall in Calcutta.
Homeless children Rajkumar and Pooja play inside their parent's roadside tea stall in Calcutta July 31, 2005. Acceleration in economic growth has made India amongst the 10 fastest growing developing countries. Yet, about 30 percent of India's more than one billion people live below the official poverty line of 2,100-2,400 calories a day. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/KS
QUAKE INDIA
RTRJP1W
January 05, 2005
Indian tsunami survivor Rajkumar, 13, who lost his parents to the tsunami, holds a drinking water packet...
India
Indian boy orphaned by tsunami holds drinking water packet in Nagapattinam.
Indian tsunami survivor Rajkumar, 13, who lost his parents to the tsunami, holds a drinking water packet while eating lunch at a newly opened orphanage on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, 350 km (219 miles) south of the Indian city of Madras January 5, 2005. The orphanage presently houses 30 children. The December 26 tsunami, triggered by an undersea earthquake off Indonesia, has killed about 150,000 people across south and southeast Asia, more than 15,000 in India alone. REUTERS/Arko Datta AD/CN
QUAKE INDIA
RTRJP0O
January 05, 2005
Indian tsunami survivor Rajkumar, 13, (R) who lost his parents to the tsunami, drinks water during lunch...
India
Indian boy orphaned by tsunami drinks water in orphanage in Nagapattinam.
Indian tsunami survivor Rajkumar, 13, (R) who lost his parents to the tsunami, drinks water during lunch at a newly opened orphanage on the outskirts of Nagapattinam, 350 km (219 miles) south of the Indian city of Madras January 5, 2005. The orphanage presently houses 30 children. The December 26 tsunami, triggered by an undersea earthquake off Indonesia, has killed about 150,000 people across south and southeast Asia, more than 15,000 in India alone. REUTERS/Arko Datta AD/CN
RAJKUMAR
RTXK4ON
November 16, 2000
Abducted film star Rajkumar, standing next to his wife Parvathamma, talks during a news conference on...
Bangalore, India
Abducted film star Rajkumar, standing next to his wife Parvathamma, talks during a news conference o.....
Abducted film star Rajkumar, standing next to his wife Parvathamma, talks during a news conference on his arrival in Bangalore November 16, 2000. Rajkumar who was kidnapped by [India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan] and released on Wednesday after spending 108 days in captivity said he was thrilled to be free.
INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAV1S
November 16, 2000
Abducted film star Rajkumar, surrounded by policemen, greets supporters on the street after his arrival...
Bangalore, Republic of India
ABDUCTED FILM STAR RAJKUMAR SURROUNDED BY POLICEMEN GREETS SUPPORTERS IN BANGALORE.
Abducted film star Rajkumar, surrounded by policemen, greets supporters on the street after his arrival in Bangalore November 16, 2000. Rajkumar was kidnapped by India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan and released on Wednesday, after spending 108 days in captivity, said he was thrilled to be free. REUTERS/K.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAUP6
November 16, 2000
Fans of abducted filmstar Rajkumar wait for a glimpse of him after his arrival in Bangalore, November...
Bangalore, Republic of India
FANS OF INDIAN FILM STAR WAIT FOR A GLIMPSE OF HIM IN BANGALORE.
Fans of abducted filmstar Rajkumar wait for a glimpse of him after his arrival in Bangalore, November 16, 2000. Rajkumar who was kidnapped by India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan and released on Wednesday after spending 108 days in captivity said he was thrilled to be free.

SK/BM
INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAUOZ
November 16, 2000
Abducted film star Rajkumar, standing next to his wife Parvathamma, talks during a news conference on...
Bangalore, Republic of India
INDIAN FILMSTAR RAJKUMAR AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN BANGALORE.
Abducted film star Rajkumar, standing next to his wife Parvathamma, talks during a news conference on his arrival in Bangalore November 16, 2000. Rajkumar who was kidnapped by India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan and released on Wednesday after spending 108 days in captivity said he was thrilled to be free.

SK/BM
INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAUOF
November 16, 2000
A woman whispers to abducted filmstar Rajkumar after he arrived in Bangalore for a news conference, November...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A WOMAN WHISPERS TO INDIAN FILMSTAR RAJKUMAR IN BANGALORE.
A woman whispers to abducted filmstar Rajkumar after he arrived in Bangalore for a news conference, November 16, 2000. Rajkumar who was kidnapped by India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan and released after spending 108 days in captivity said he was thrilled to be free.

SK/DL
INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAUO7
November 16, 2000
Abducted filmstar Rajkumar folds his hands in greeting as he arrives in Bangalore for a news conference,...
Bangalore, Republic of India
INDIAN FILMSTAR RAJKUMAR FOLDS HIS HANDS IN GREETING IN BANGALORE.
Abducted filmstar Rajkumar folds his hands in greeting as he arrives in Bangalore for a news conference, November 16, 2000. Rajkumar, who was kidnapped by India's most-wanted bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan, was released on Wednesday after spending 108 days in captivity.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAUIF
November 15, 2000
INDIAN SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR IS GIVEN A PARTING GIFT BY HIS KIDNAPPER VEERAPPAN BEFORE BEING RELEASED IN...
Erode, Republic of India
INDIAN SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR IS GIVEN A PARTING GIFT BY HIS KIDNAPPER VEERAPPAN BEFORE BEING RELEASED IN...
INDIAN SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR IS GIVEN A PARTING GIFT BY HIS KIDNAPPER VEERAPPAN BEFORE BEING RELEASED IN THE FORESTS OF SOUTHERN INDIA.


Indian film idol Rajkumar (R) is given a parting gift by dreaded bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan just before he was released somewhere in the dense jungles of southern India, November 15, 2000. Rajkumar is expected to reach Bangalore this afternoon after spending 108 days in captivity.
INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRAT3A
November 15, 2000
Fans of Indian filmstar Rajkumar react after news of his release reached Bangalore on November 15, 2000....
Bangalore, Republic of India
FANS OF ACTOR RAJKUMAR CELEBRATE AFTER NEWS OF HIS RELEASE ARRIVES IN BANGALORE.
Fans of Indian filmstar Rajkumar react after news of his release reached Bangalore on November 15, 2000. Rajkumar, a veteran of 210 films, was abducted by famous Indian bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan 108 days ago, sparking riots in the city. REUTERS/K.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTRASFW
November 15, 2000
Rajkumar, one of India's best known film stars with more than 200 movies to his credit in the Kannada...
New Delhi, Republic of India
FILE PHOTO OF BOLLYWOOD STAR RAJKUMAR.
Rajkumar, one of India's best known film stars with more than 200 movies to his credit in the Kannada language, is seen in this undated file image. Rajkumar, who was kidnapped by India's most wanted bandit Veerappan over three months ago, was released on Wednesday, a senior government official authority said.

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INDIA
RTR9ULQ
October 23, 2000
Narendra Pandit, 45, arrive in the southern Indian city Bangalore October 23, 2000 after rolling on the...
Bangalore, Republic of India
NARENDRA PANDIT ROLLS ON A STREET IN BANGALORE.
Narendra Pandit, 45, arrive in the southern Indian city Bangalore October 23, 2000 after rolling on the ground from Chamarajanagar town, about 210 km away. Rolling on the ground is considered a special form of prayer in southern India. Pandit's 40-day journey was an appeal to the Gods for the safe release of film icon Rajkumar who was kidnapped by India's most notorious bandit Veerappan on July 30.

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INDIA
RTR9LBP
October 17, 2000
S.A.Govindaraj, who was kidnapped along with his father-in-law, the southern Indian film icon Rajkumar,...
Bangalore, Republic of India
S.A.GOVINDARAJ SON-IN-LAW OF INDIAN FILM ICON RAJKUMAR SMILES AT THE PRESS CONFERENCE IN BANGALORE.
S.A.Govindaraj, who was kidnapped along with his father-in-law, the southern Indian film icon Rajkumar, smiles at a press conference in Bangalore October 17, 2000, after being released by bandits late on Monday. Veerappan, India's most wanted outlaw, remained adamant that 56 of his jailed allies be released in exchange for Rajkumar's freedom.

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INDIA
RTR9LBJ
October 17, 2000
S.A.GOVINDARAJ SON-IN-LAW OF INDIAN FILM ICON RAJKUMAR POSE FOR PICTURE BEFORE PRESS CONFERENCE IN BANGALORE.


S.A.Govindaraj...
Bangalore, Republic of India
S.A.GOVINDARAJ SON-IN-LAW OF INDIAN FILM ICON RAJKUMAR POSE FOR PICTURE BEFORE PRESS CONFERENCE IN ......
S.A.GOVINDARAJ SON-IN-LAW OF INDIAN FILM ICON RAJKUMAR POSE FOR PICTURE BEFORE PRESS CONFERENCE IN BANGALORE.


S.A.Govindaraj (bottom), who was kidnapped along with his father-in-law, the southern Indian film icon Rajkumar, poses with his family before a press conference in Bangalore October 17, 2000, after being released by bandits late on Monday. Veerappan, India's most wanted outlaw, remained adamant that 56 of his jailed allies be released in exchange for Rajkumar's freedom.
INDIA HOSTAGES
RTR8V62
September 29, 2000
Assistant film director Maradagi Nagappa, one of three people abducted with movie icon Rajkumar in southern...
Bangalore, Republic of India
ESCAPED HOSTAGE NAGAPPA SPEAKS TO JOURNALISTS IN BANGALORE.
Assistant film director Maradagi Nagappa, one of three people abducted with movie icon Rajkumar in southern India eight weeks ago, speaks during a press conference in Bangalore September 29, 2000 after his escape from the bandits. Nagappa said on Friday his escape from a jungle hideout would not hurt the captive screen hero.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTR804V
September 08, 2000
M Karunanidhi (L), the Chief Minister of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu reassures Parvathamma...
Bangalore, Republic of India
CHIEF MINISTER OF TAMIL NADU KARUNANIDHI WITH MRS RAJKUMAR IN BANGALORE.
M Karunanidhi (L), the Chief Minister of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu reassures Parvathamma Rajkumar, the wife of abducted filmstar Rajkumar at her residence in Bangalore, September 8, 2000. The Chief Minister assured Parvathamma that Rajkumar who was abducted by Veerappan, India's most wanted outlaw, would return home safe and sound and that his government was doing its best to secure his early release.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTR74O2
August 10, 2000
Well-wishers of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar take part in a mass prayer for the actor's safe release...
Bangalore, Republic of India
WELL-WISHERS TAKE PART IN MASS PRAYER FOR KIDNAPPED SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR IN BANGALORE.
Well-wishers of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar take part in a mass prayer for the actor's safe release in Bangalore August 10, 2000. An emissary negotiating with Indian bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan who kidnapped Rajkumar has sent authorities an audio tape and film showing the actor and other hostages are well, an associate of the emissary's said on Thursday. Rajkumar was abducted July 30 along with his three relatives.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
RTR74M7
August 10, 2000
Puneet Rajkumar (L), youngest son of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar, is greeted by well-wishers during...
Bangalore, Republic of India
SON OF KIDNAPPED SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR IS GREETED BY WELL-WISHERS IN BANGALORE.
Puneet Rajkumar (L), youngest son of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar, is greeted by well-wishers during a mass prayer for the actor's safe release in Bangalore August 10, 2000. An emissary negotiating with Indian bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan who kidnapped Rajkumar has sent authorities an audio tape and film showing the actor and other hostages are well, an associate of the emissary's said on Thursday. Rajkumar was abducted July 30 along with his three relatives.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
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August 09, 2000
K.Nagaraj, an ardent fan of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar stages a hunger strike with pictures of the...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A FAN OF SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR STAGES A HUNGER STRIKE IN BANGALORE.
K.Nagaraj, an ardent fan of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar stages a hunger strike with pictures of the actor playing various roles hung around his neck in Bangalore, August 9, 2000. An Indian emissary negotiating with the kidnapper of a movie star has yet to make fresh contact with authorities, government officials said on Wednesday. Rajkumar was abducted by Koose Muniswamy Veerappan, India's most wanted outlaw in southern India on July 30.

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INDIA KIDNAPPING
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August 09, 2000
K. Nagaraj, an ardent fan of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar, stages a hunger strike in front of a huge...
Bangalore, Republic of India
A FAN OF INDIAN SUPERSTAR RAJKUMAR HOLDS HUNGER STRIKE IN BANGALORE.
K. Nagaraj, an ardent fan of kidnapped superstar Rajkumar, stages a hunger strike in front of a huge cut-out of the actor in Bangalore, August 9, 2000. An Indian emissary negotiating with the kidnapper of a movie star has yet to make fresh contact with authorities, government officials said on Wednesday. Rajkumar was abducted by Koose Muniswamy Veerappan, India's most wanted outlaw in southern India on July 30.

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