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BRAZIL-POWER/
RTX6RR6Z
April 15, 2019
All Brazilian state-owned power companies shrunk their investments over the last three years, while most...
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Investments of power companies in Brazil media-interactive
All Brazilian state-owned power companies shrunk their investments over the last three years, while most private companies expanded their expenditures. embed code and instructions: https://reut.rs/2VM510S
GLOBAL-TECHNOLOGY/
RTX6GHEM
October 25, 2018
A salesperson explains the working of Ador Powerton Limited's solar powered Variable Messaging Signs...
Mumbai, India
Salesperson explains the working of Ador Powerton Limited's solar powered VMS to visitors at the TrafficInfraTech...
A salesperson explains the working of Ador Powerton Limited's solar powered Variable Messaging Signs (VMS) to visitors at the TrafficInfraTech Expo in Mumbai, India, October 25, 2018. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas
USA-DISASTER/FEMA
RTX68VPA
June 13, 2018
A traffic sign warns of hurricane season in Stowell, Texas, U.S., June 12, 2018. Picture taken June 12,...
STOWELL, UNITED STATES
A traffic sign warns of hurricane season in Stowell
A traffic sign warns of hurricane season in Stowell, Texas, U.S., June 12, 2018. Picture taken June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman
GERMANY-EMMISIONS/
RTX4Y9BZ
February 21, 2018
A fine dust warning sign that reads "Fine dust warning in Stuttgart" is pictured in Stuttgart, Germany,...
Stuttgart, Germany
A fine dust warning sign that reads "Fine dust warning in Stuttgart" is pictured in Stuttgart
A fine dust warning sign that reads "Fine dust warning in Stuttgart" is pictured in Stuttgart, Germany, February 21, 2018. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
RUSSIA-AIRSHOW/
RTX1PJMS
August 25, 2015
Promoters skate past a Myasishchev VM-T Atlant strategic airlift airplane on display at the MAKS International...
Zhukovsky, Russia
Promoters skate past Myasishchev VM-T Atlant strategic airlift airplane on display at MAKS International...
Promoters skate past a Myasishchev VM-T Atlant strategic airlift airplane on display at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, Russia, August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
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Maliki Steps Down - 15 Aug 2014
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William and Kate Visit New Zealand - 14 Apr 2014
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William and Kate: Walkabout in New Zealand - 10 Apr 2014
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USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OTX
September 17, 2013
An unidentified woman leaves a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace after it...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
An unidentified woman leaves a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Versace after it was sold...
An unidentified woman leaves a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace after it was sold at an auction to the VM South Beach business group for $41.5 million in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OSX
September 17, 2013
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
Joe Nakash and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with...
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with their bid of $41.5 million for a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OSU
September 17, 2013
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
Joe Nakash and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with...
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with their bid of $41.5 million for a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace, in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OPS
September 17, 2013
Joe Nakash (L), with the business group VM South Beach, speaks to the media after winning an auction...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
Joe Nakash, with the business group VM South Beach, speaks to the media after winning an auction with...
Joe Nakash (L), with the business group VM South Beach, speaks to the media after winning an auction with a bid of $41.5 million for a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace, in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE MEDIA)
USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OPQ
September 17, 2013
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
Joe Nakash and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with...
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with their bid of $41.5 million for a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace, in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
USA-FLORIDA/VERSACE
RTX13OPO
September 17, 2013
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction...
Miami Beach, UNITED STATES
Joe Nakash and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with...
Joe Nakash (L) and Eli Gindi, with the business group VM South Beach, react after winning an auction with their bid of $41.5 million for a mansion once owned by Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace, in Miami Beach, Florida September 17, 2013. Versace was gunned down at the mansion's entrance gate in 1997 by a serial killer. The mansion is known as Casa Casuarina. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE)
TENNIS-OPEN/
RTXX52X
January 27, 2011
A general view of the Rod Laver Arena during the semi-final match between Novak Djokovic of Serbia and...
Melbourne, Australia
A general view of the Rod Laver Arena during the semi-final match between Djokovic of Serbia and Federer...
A general view of the Rod Laver Arena during the semi-final match between Novak Djokovic of Serbia and Roger Federer of Switzerland at the Australian Open tennis tournament in Melbourne January 27, 2011. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT TENNIS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E8AC08VM01
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/RESUMPTION
RTR23547
January 07, 2009
Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Alex Mashavisky at a cemetery in Beersheba...
Beer Sheva, Israel
Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Alex Mashavisky at a cemetery in Beersheba...
Israeli soldiers mourn during the funeral of their comrade Alex Mashavisky at a cemetery in Beersheba January 7, 2009. Mashavisky was killed on Tuesday during Israel's offensive in the Gaza Strip. Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian gunmen resumed in the city of Gaza on Wednesday after the expiration of a three-hour truce to allow in humanitarian aid, residents said. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (ISRAEL) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E56419VM02
INDIA
RTR1W9N1
January 25, 2008
A homeless Indian girl drinks water at a roadside water tank in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously...
Kolkata, India
A homeless Indian girl drinks water at roadside water tank in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata
A homeless Indian girl drinks water at a roadside water tank in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously known as Calcutta, September 8, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/TY BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
INDIA
RTR112H6
September 22, 2005
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) conducts the draw for the Davis Cup World Group tennis play-off...
New Delhi, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh conducts the draw for the Davis Cup World Group tennis play-off in New Delhi....
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) conducts the draw for the Davis Cup World Group tennis play-off tie against Sweden starting on Friday in New Delhi September 22, 2005. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/JJ
INDIA
RTR112GF
September 22, 2005
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh looks on before the draw for the Davis Cup World Group Tennis Play-off...
New Delhi, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh looks on in New Delhi.
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh looks on before the draw for the Davis Cup World Group Tennis Play-off tie against Sweden starting on Friday in New Delhi September 22, 2005. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/JJ
INDIA
RTRP16J
September 22, 2005
Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (L) laughs with school children at a school in Gangtok, 175 km (109...
Gangtok, India
Indian President Kalam laughs with school children at a school in Gangtok.
Indian President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (L) laughs with school children at a school in Gangtok, 175 km (109 miles) north of the Indian state of Sikkim, September 22, 2005. Kalam is on a two-day visit to Sikkim. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri VM/CCK
SPORTS TENNIS DAVIS SWEDEN
RTR110W4
September 21, 2005
Swedish captain Mats Wilander (L) and his Indian counterpart Leander Paes attend a news conference, ahead...
New Delhi, India
Swedish captain Wilander and his Indian counterpart Paes attend a news conference in New Delhi.
Swedish captain Mats Wilander (L) and his Indian counterpart Leander Paes attend a news conference, ahead of their Davis Cup World Group Tennis Play-off tie starting on Friday, in New Delhi September 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/NL
SPORTS TENNIS DAVIS SWEDEN
RTR110VB
September 21, 2005
Indian captain Leander Paes speaks during a news conference, ahead of the Davis Cup World Group Tennis...
New Delhi, India
Indian captain Paes speaks during a news conference in New Delhi.
Indian captain Leander Paes speaks during a news conference, ahead of the Davis Cup World Group Tennis Play-off tie against Sweden starting on Friday, in New Delhi September 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/NL
INDIA
RTROXYB
September 21, 2005
Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley dances on the set of her forthcoming film 'Tom Dick Harry" in Mumbai...
Mumbai, India
Bollywood actress Jaitley dances on the set of her forthcoming film 'Tom Dick Harry" in Mumbai.
Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley dances on the set of her forthcoming film 'Tom Dick Harry" in Mumbai September 21, 2005. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/AT
INDIA
RTROXXS
September 21, 2005
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) gives the Aryabhata award to Kasturi Rangan (R), director of...
Sriharikota, India
Indian Prime Minister Singh gives the Aryabhata award to Rangan director of NIAS at Sriharikota in Chennai....
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) gives the Aryabhata award to Kasturi Rangan (R), director of National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), in Sriharikota, 80 km (50 miles) north of the southern Indian city of Chennai September 21, 2005. The Aryabhata award is named after the fifth century Indian astronomer and mathematician as the award is presented annually to a person for outstanding life-time contribution to the promotion of astronautics in India. REUTERS/Babu VM/TY
HEALTH INDIA
RTROX57
September 21, 2005
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Allahabad...
Allahabad, India
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at hospital in the northern Indian city of Allahabad....
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Allahabad September 21, 2005. The world's entire stock of encephalitis vaccines is inadequate to meet India's needs to prevent the disease which has killed 850 people in the last two months, the health minister said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash VM/TY
ENERGY INDIA ONGC OUTPUT
RTROX0Z
September 21, 2005
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New...
New Delhi, India
India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Raha speaks during news conference in New Delhi.
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 21, 2005. Oil and Natural Gas Corp. will boost crude output to 30 million tones by 2009/10 from about 26 million tones, Raha told reporters on Wednesday. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
ENERGY INDIA ONGC OUTPUT
RTROWYC
September 21, 2005
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New...
New Delhi, India
India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Raha speaks during news conference in New Delhi.
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 21, 2005. Oil and Natural Gas Corp. will boost crude output to 30 million tones by 2009/10 from about 26 million tones, Raha told reporters on Wednesday. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
ENERGY INDIA ONGC OUTPUT
RTROWXZ
September 21, 2005
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New...
New Delhi, India
India's Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Raha speaks during news conference in New Delhi.
India's state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corp. chairman Subir Raha speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 21, 2005. Oil and Natural Gas Corp. will boost crude output to 30 million tones by 2009/10 from about 26 million tones, Raha told reporters on Wednesday. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA
RTROW16
September 21, 2005
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi September 21, 2005....
New Delhi, India
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi.
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi September 21, 2005. Dozens of refugees and migrant workers from Burma staged a peace march on Wednesday to encourage people to participate in the global movement for peace on earth as part of the International Day of Peace for all the people around the world. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/JJ
INDIA
RTROW0T
September 21, 2005
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi September 21, 2005....
New Delhi, India
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi.
A refugee from Women's League of Burma holds a flag during a peace march in New Delhi September 21, 2005. Dozens of refugees and migrant workers from Burma staged a peace march on Wednesday to encourage people to participate in the global movement for peace on earth as part of the International Day of Peace for all the people around the world. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/JJ
INDIA
RTROSID
September 20, 2005
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred...
Chennai, India
Intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai.
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred star tortoises were on its way to Thailand when the Indian smuggler carrying them was arrested by customs officials at Chennai airport's international terminal, a customs official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Babu VM/KS
INDIA
RTROSHZ
September 20, 2005
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred...
Chennai, India
Intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai.
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred star tortoises were on its way to Thailand when the Indian smuggler carrying them was arrested by customs officials at Chennai airport's international terminal, a customs official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Babu VM/KS
INDIA
RTROSHT
September 20, 2005
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred...
Chennai, India
Intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai.
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred star tortoises were on its way to Thailand when the Indian smuggler carrying them was arrested by customs officials at Chennai airport's international terminal, a customs official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Babu VM/KS
INDIA
RTROSH1
September 20, 2005
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred...
Chennai, India
Intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai.
An intercepted star tortoise moves inside his cage in Chennai September 20, 2005. Nearly four hundred star tortoises were on its way to Thailand when the Indian smuggler carrying them was arrested by customs officials at Chennai airport's international terminal, a customs official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Babu VM/KS
HEALTH INDIA
RTROSFE
September 20, 2005
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Allahabad...
Allahabad, India
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at hospital in Allahabad.
An Indian boy suffering from encephalitis sleeps at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Allahabad September 20, 2005. India's deadliest encephalitis outbreak in almost three decades, which has killed 850 people in a northern state, has started to wane with fewer deaths being reported, a health official said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash VM/TY
INDIA
RTRORIS
September 20, 2005
An Indian Air Force pilot walks up the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration at the air...
New Delhi, India
Indian Air Force pilot walks up the Embraer 135 BJ jet during its inauguration in New Delhi.
An Indian Air Force pilot walks up the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi September 20, 2005. The jet, with a maximum ramp weight of 22,570 kg (49,578 lbs) and a maximum fuel capacity of 8,300 kg (18,299 lbs), will be used by the Indian Air Force to transport important guests and delegates. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA
RTRORIF
September 20, 2005
An Indian soldier holds a model of the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration at the air...
New Delhi, India
Indian soldier holds model of Embraer 135 BJ jet during its inauguration in New Delhi.
An Indian soldier holds a model of the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi September 20, 2005. The jet, with a maximum ramp weight of 22,570 kg (49,578 lbs) and a maximum fuel capacity of 8,300 kg (18,299 lbs), will be used by the Indian Air Force to transport important guests and delegates. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA
RTRORI8
September 20, 2005
An Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet can be seen during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi...
New Delhi, India
An Embraer 135 BJ jet can be seen during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi.
An Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet can be seen during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi September 20, 2005. The jet, with a maximum ramp weight of 22,570 kg (49,578 lbs) and a maximum fuel capacity of 8,300 kg (18,299 lbs), will be used by the Indian Air Force to transport important guests and delegates. The lighting effect is caused by lens flare. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA
RTRORHQ
September 20, 2005
India's Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee walks up the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration...
New Delhi, India
India's Defence Minister Mukherjee walks up Embraer 135 BJ jet during its inauguration in New Delhi.
India's Defence Minister Pranab Mukherjee walks up the Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi September 20, 2005. The jet, with a maximum ramp weight of 22,570 kg (49,578 lbs) and a maximum fuel capacity of 8,300 kg (18,299 lbs), will be used by the Indian Air Force to transport important guests and delegates. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA
RTRORHF
September 20, 2005
An Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet can be seen during its inauguration as soldiers from Indian Air Force...
New Delhi, India
An Embraer 135 BJ jet can be seen during its inauguration at the air force station in New Delhi.
An Embraer 135 BJ (Legacy) jet can be seen during its inauguration as soldiers from Indian Air Force march at the air force station in New Delhi September 20, 2005. The jet, with a maximum ramp weight of 22,570 kg (49,578 lbs) and a maximum fuel capacity of 8,300 kg (18,299 lbs), will be used by the Indian Air Force to transport important guests and delegates. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk
INDIA MAOISTS
RTROP12
September 19, 2005
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil smiles (C) during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005...
New Delhi, India
India's Home Minister Patil smiles during a news conference in New Delhi.
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil smiles (C) during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005 as Home Secretary V.K. Duggal (L) and Minister of State for Home Affairs Prakash Jaiswal (R) look on. India plans to tackle rising Maoist violence through better police coordination and reducing poverty in affected areas, Patil said on Monday. The policy was drawn up on Monday during a meeting of chief ministers and other top officials of Indian states affected by Maoist violence. It follows a recent spike in guerrilla attacks in eastern and southern India that left dozens of people dead. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/AT
INDIA MAOISTS
RTROP0V
September 19, 2005
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil (L) speaks during a news conference in New Delhi as minister of state...
New Delhi, India
India's Home Minister Patil reacts during a news conference in New Delhi.
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil (L) speaks during a news conference in New Delhi as minister of state for home affairs Prakash Jaiswal (R) looks on September 19, 2005. India plans to tackle rising Maoist violence through better police coordination and reducing poverty in affected areas, Patil said on Monday. The policy was drawn up on Monday during a meeting of chief ministers and other top officials of Indian states affected by Maoist violence. It follows a recent spike in guerrilla attacks in eastern and southern India that left dozens of people dead. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/AT
INDIA MAOISTS
RTROOV7
September 19, 2005
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005....
New Delhi, India
India's Home Minister Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi.
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005. India plans to tackle rising Maoist violence through better police coordination and reducing poverty in affected areas, Patil said on Monday. The policy was drawn up on Monday during a meeting of chief ministers and other top officials of Indian states affected by Maoist violence. It follows a recent spike in guerrilla attacks in eastern and southern India that left dozens of people dead. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/AT
INDIA MAOISTS
RTROOSS
September 19, 2005
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005....
New Delhi, India
India's Home Minister Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi.
India's Home Minister Shivraj Patil speaks during a news conference in New Delhi September 19, 2005. India plans to tackle rising Maoist violence through better police coordination and reducing poverty in affected areas, Patil said on Monday. The policy was drawn up on Monday during a meeting of chief ministers and other top officials of Indian states affected by Maoist violence. It follows a recent spike in guerrilla attacks in eastern and southern India that left dozens of people dead. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/AT
INDIA
RTROOEW
September 19, 2005
An Indian man pushes his bicycle through a flooded road in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September...
Ahmedabad, India
Indian man pushes bicycle through flooded road in Ahmedabad.
An Indian man pushes his bicycle through a flooded road in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September 19, 2005. Heavy rain swamped parts of the western India and disrupted traffic. REUTERS/Amit Dave VM/DY
INDIA
RTROOEQ
September 19, 2005
Vehicles move through a flooded road in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September 19, 2005. Heavy...
Ahmedabad, India
Vehicles move through flooded road in Ahmedabad.
Vehicles move through a flooded road in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September 19, 2005. Heavy rain swamped parts of the western India and disrupted traffic. REUTERS/Amit Dave VM/DY
INDIA
RTROOE2
September 19, 2005
An Indian man wades through a flooded road with his wife in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September...
Ahmedabad, India
Indian man wades through flooded road with wife in western Indian city of Ahmedabad.
An Indian man wades through a flooded road with his wife in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad September 19, 2005. Heavy rain swamped parts of the western India and disrupted traffic. REUTERS/Amit Dave VM/DY
SOUTHASIA TRADE
RTROO6B
September 19, 2005
Pakistan's Trade Minister Humayun Akhtar Khan looks on during a meeting of Indian businessmen in New...
New Delhi, India
Pakistan's Trade Minister Khan looks on during a meeting in New Delhi.
Pakistan's Trade Minister Humayun Akhtar Khan looks on during a meeting of Indian businessmen in New Delhi September 19, 2005. Pakistan will push for simpler visa rules with its neighbour India to boost trade and bilateral ties, Khan said on Monday. Nuclear-armed India and Pakistan are in the midst of a tentative peace process and have taken several confidence boosting measures to boost relations.Businessmen complain about strict visa rules and lack of proper air links, which they say restrict business ties. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/AT
SOUTHASIA TRADE
RTROO37
September 19, 2005
India's Trade Minister Kamal Nath (R) and Pakistan's Trade Minister Humayun Akhtar Khan speak during...
New Delhi, India
India's Trade Minister Nath and Pakistan's Trade Minister Khan speak during a meeting in New Delhi.
India's Trade Minister Kamal Nath (R) and Pakistan's Trade Minister Humayun Akhtar Khan speak during a meeting of Indian businessmen in New Delhi September 19, 2005. Pakistan will push for simpler visa rules with its neighbour India to boost trade and bilateral ties, Khan said on Monday. Nuclear-armed India and Pakistan are in the midst of a tentative peace process and have taken several confidence boosting measures to boost relations. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/AT
INDIA
RTRONMA
September 19, 2005
An Indian worker repairs a lamp post in front of the India Gate in New Delhi September 19, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan...
New Delhi, India
An Indian worker repairs a lamp post in front of the India Gate in New Delhi.
An Indian worker repairs a lamp post in front of the India Gate in New Delhi September 19, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/JJ
INDIA
RTRONJV
September 19, 2005
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. About...
Mumbai, India
Boy sleeps in a hammock in Mumbai.
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-thirds of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/KS
INDIA
RTRONIW
September 19, 2005
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously...
Mumbai, India
Eighteen-month-old Indian boy rests in hammock at construction site in Mumbai.
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/mk
INDIA
RTRONI7
September 19, 2005
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai,...
Mumbai, India
Eighteen-month-old Indian boy sleeps in hammock at construction site in Mumbai.
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/mk
INDIA
RTROMGQ
September 18, 2005
Indian folk dancers perform during festivities in Trichur district, Kerala, September 18, 2005. The ceremony...
Trichur, India
Indian folk dancers perform during festivities in Kerala.
Indian folk dancers perform during festivities in Trichur district, Kerala, September 18, 2005. The ceremony was organised to mark the end of the annual harvest festival, 'Onam'. Picture taken on September 18, 2005. REUTERS/Ev Deepak VM/KS
INDIA
RTRO8YD
September 16, 2005
People sit next to a temple in the central Indian city of Bhopal September 16, 2005. REUTERS/Raj Patidar...
Bhopal, India
People sit next to a temple in Bhopal.
People sit next to a temple in the central Indian city of Bhopal September 16, 2005. REUTERS/Raj Patidar VM/KS
INDIA
RTRO8XY
September 16, 2005
Indian street children play cards in a park in Mumbai September 16, 2005. Despite encouraging progress...
Mumbai, India
Indian street children play cards in a park in Mumbai.
Indian street children play cards in a park in Mumbai September 16, 2005. Despite encouraging progress in cutting poverty and improving the working lives of people in Asia under the Millennium Development Goals, unemployment reached a new record high in the region while jobs growth remained "disappointing", a new report from the International Labour Office said. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/KS
INDIA
RTRO8T0
September 16, 2005
Fourteen-month-old, Gul Makay, looks on after her successful open-heart surgery at a hospital in the...
Bangalore, India
Fourteen-month-old Makay looks on after her successful open-heart surgery at a hospital in Bangalore....
Fourteen-month-old, Gul Makay, looks on after her successful open-heart surgery at a hospital in the southern Indian city of Bangalore September 16, 2005. Makay is one of the twenty children from Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province that have undergone an open-heart surgery in India, Khan said on Friday. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv VM/NL
INDIA
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September 16, 2005
Tariq Ahmed Khan (L), a worker from the human rights commission of Pakistan, comforts his fourteen-month-old...
Bangalore, India
Khan comforts his daughter Makay after Makay's successful open-heart surgery at a hospital in Bangalore....
Tariq Ahmed Khan (L), a worker from the human rights commission of Pakistan, comforts his fourteen-month-old daughter Gul Makay as her mother Nazneen (R) looks on after Makay's successful open-heart surgery at a hospital in the southern Indian city of Bangalore September 16, 2005. Makay is one of the twenty children from Pakistan's North-West Frontier Province that have undergone an open-heart surgery, Khan said on Friday. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv VM/NL
INDIA
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September 16, 2005
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi September 16, 2005. Around nineteen...
New Delhi, India
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi.
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi September 16, 2005. Around nineteen flights have been diverted and several flights have been cancelled due to heavy rains in the region, a local media reported on Friday. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/NL
INDIA
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September 16, 2005
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi September 16, 2005. Around nineteen...
New Delhi, India
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi.
An airplane flies through dense clouds during heavy rain in New Delhi September 16, 2005. Around nineteen flights have been diverted and several flights have been cancelled due to heavy rains in the region, a local media reported on Friday. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/NL
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