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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
RTRO8SF 
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
RTRO8F8 
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
RTRO8EY 
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
RTRO8BQ 
September 16, 2005 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata... 
Kolkata, India 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata.... 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata September 16, 2005. At least seven people are feared to be dead and thirty injured during the accident, local media reported. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/KS 
INDIA
RTRO8BJ 
September 16, 2005 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata... 
Kolkata, India 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata.... 
Onlookers stand near the debris of a passenger bus that fell on railway tracks on the outskirts of Kolkata September 16, 2005. At least seven people are feared to be dead and thirty injured during the accident, local media reported. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/KS 
INDIA
RTR10QFU 
September 15, 2005 
Indian soldiers play a friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border in Nathula,... 
Nathula, India 
Indian soldiers play friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border in Nathula.... 
Indian soldiers play a friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border in Nathula, Sikkim state, about 175 km (109 miles) from the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri, September 15, 2005. Nathula is at an altitude of 14,200 ft. bordering between India and China and is covered with snow throughout the year. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri VM/KI 
INDIA
RTR10QFP 
September 15, 2005 
Indian soldiers play a friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border at Nathula... 
Nathula, India 
Indian soldiers play friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border in Nathula.... 
Indian soldiers play a friendly volleyball match with Chinese soldiers at the Indo-China border at Nathula in Sikkim state, about 175 km (109 miles) from the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri, September 15, 2005. Nathula is at an altitude of 14,200 ft. bordering between India and China and is covered with snow throughout the year. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri VM/KI 
TENNIS INDIA
RTR10QET 
September 15, 2005 
Indian Tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi smiles during his visit to a school in the eastern Indian city of... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian Tennis player Bhupathi smiles during his visit to a school in Kolkata. 
Indian Tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi smiles during his visit to a school in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005. Indian doubles specialist Bhupathi wants to claim his maiden title at the Australian Open to reach his goal of 10 grand slam doubles victories. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/AT 
TENNIS INDIA
RTR10QEM 
September 15, 2005 
Indian Tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi visits a school in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian Tennis player Bhupathi visits a school in Kolkata. 
Indian Tennis player Mahesh Bhupathi visits a school in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005. Indian doubles specialist Bhupathi wants to claim his maiden title at the Australian Open to reach his goal of 10 grand slam doubles victories. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/AT 
INDIA FIRE
RTRO3ZL 
September 15, 2005 
People inspect the exploded firecracker factory in Khusrupur town, about 50 km (30 miles) south of state... 
Khusrupur, India 
People inspect exploded firecracker factory in Khusrupur town in Patna. 
People inspect the exploded firecracker factory in Khusrupur town, about 50 km (30 miles) south of state capital Patna, September 15, 2005. Firecrackers stored in a factory warehouse exploded in the eastern Indian state of Bihar on Thursday, killing at least 32 people and injuring 72, police said. The cause of the explosion was not immediately known. REUTERS/Krishna Murari Kishan VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRO3WH 
September 15, 2005 
A homeless Indian boy stands at the doorway of a building in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September... 
Kolkata, India 
A homeless Indian boy stands at the doorway of a building in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata. 
A homeless Indian boy stands at the doorway of a building in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRO3W1 
September 15, 2005 
An Indian hand rickshaw puller sits while awaiting passengers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata,... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian hand rickshaw puller sits while awaiting passengers in Kolkata. 
An Indian hand rickshaw puller sits while awaiting passengers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005. Communist authorities in Kolkata said last month they would ban hand-pulled rickshaws, calling the popular century-old transport "inhumane". REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/KI 
INDIA
RTRO3VL 
September 15, 2005 
An Indian hand rickshaw puller repairs a wheel in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005.... 
Kolkata, India 
An Indian hand rickshaw puller repairs the wheel in Kolkata. 
An Indian hand rickshaw puller repairs a wheel in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, September 15, 2005. Communist authorities in Kolkata said last month they would ban hand-pulled rickshaws, calling the popular century-old transport "inhumane". REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/KI 
INDIA
RTRO343 
September 15, 2005 
An Indian artiste sits next to a poster of actor John Abraham after performing a traditional dance, "Kathakali",... 
Bangalore, India 
Indian artiste sits next to a poster of actor Abraham in Bangalore. 
An Indian artiste sits next to a poster of actor John Abraham after performing a traditional dance, "Kathakali", during a cultural performance in Bangalore September 15, 2005. Kathakali is a classical dance-drama that combines literature, music, painting, acting and dance. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv VM/KS 
INDIA
RTRO33I 
September 15, 2005 
An Indian artist performs a traditional dance, "Kathakali", during a cultural performance in the Bangalore... 
Bangalore, India 
Indian artist performs a traditional dance during a cultural performance in Bangalore. 
An Indian artist performs a traditional dance, "Kathakali", during a cultural performance in the Bangalore September 15, 2005. Kathakali is a classical dance-drama that combines literature, music, painting, acting and dance. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv VM/KS 
INDIA
RTR10PPV 
September 14, 2005 
Indian artists perform after the Queen's Baton relay run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian artists perform after the Queen's Baton relay run in New Delhi. 
Indian artists perform after the Queen's Baton relay run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium in New Delhi September 14, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the festival of sport and culture, which takes place every four years. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/CN 
INDIA
RTR10OXP 
September 14, 2005 
An Indian torchbearer holds the Queen's Baton during the relay run from the historic Red Fort to the... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian torchbearer holds the Queen's Baton during the relay run in New Delhi. 
An Indian torchbearer holds the Queen's Baton during the relay run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium in New Delhi September 14, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the festival of sport and culture, which takes place every four years. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/LA 
INDIA
RTR10OP5 
September 14, 2005 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay, run from the historic Red Fort to the... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay run in New Delhi. 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay, run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium, in New Delhi September 14, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the four-yearly festival of sport and culture. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/LA 
INDIA
RTR10OOX 
September 14, 2005 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay, run from the historic Red Fort to the... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay run in New Delhi. 
An Indian man performs with fire during the Queen's Baton relay, run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium, in New Delhi September 14, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the four-yearly festival of sport and culture. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/LA 
INDIA
RTRNZ1O 
September 14, 2005 
An Indian torchbearer (C) carries the Queen's Baton during the relay run from the historic Red Fort to... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian torchbearer carries the Queen's Baton during the relay in New Delhi. 
An Indian torchbearer (C) carries the Queen's Baton during the relay run from the historic Red Fort to the National Stadium in New Delhi September 14, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the festival of sport and culture, which takes place every four years. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/CN 
INDIA
RTRNWWX 
September 14, 2005 
An Indian labourer looks on as he repairs a man-hole in Mumbai September 14, 2005. Despite encouraging... 
Mumbai, India 
Indian labourer looks on as he repairs a man-hole in Mumbai. 
An Indian labourer looks on as he repairs a man-hole in Mumbai September 14, 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 AH/VM/KS 
INDIA
RTRNYFN 
September 13, 2005 
Indian labourers work at a construction site in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 14, 2005.... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian labourers work at a construction site in Kolkata. 
Indian labourers work at a construction site in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 14, 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. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Parth Sanyal VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRNX15 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian model displays Fall Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi. 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNX0G 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian model displays Fall Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi. 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNX09 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian model displays Fall Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi. 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNWZW 
September 13, 2005 
Indian models display creations from the Fall/Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Mandira Wirk... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian models display creations from the Fall/Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi.... 
Indian models display creations from the Fall/Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/KS 
INDIA
RTRNWZO 
September 13, 2005 
Indian models display the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian models display Fall Winter 2005 collection by Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi. 
Indian models display the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNWYN 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian model displays a creation from the Fall/Winter 2005 collection of Indian designer Mandira Wirk... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian model displays the Fall Winter 2005 collection by the Indian designer Wirk in New Delhi. 
An Indian model displays a creation from the Fall/Winter 2005 collection of Indian designer Mandira Wirk during a fashion show in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Picture taken on September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/KS 
HEALTH INDIA
RTRNWFI 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian man covers the face of Annu, 5, who died of encephalitis at a hospital in Gorakhpur town, about... 
Gorakhpur, India 
An Indian man covers the face of Annu who died of encephalitis at a hospital in Gorakhpur town in Lucknow.... 
An Indian man covers the face of Annu, 5, who died of encephalitis at a hospital in Gorakhpur town, about 265 km (164 miles) east from the northern Indian city of Lucknow, September 13, 2005. A scream pierces across the hospital ward where dozens of children are battling for life against encephalitis, a disease ravaging India's northern Uttar Pradesh state and neighbouring Nepal. Picture taken September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar VM/YH 
INDIA
RTRNTBX 
September 13, 2005 
The municipal authorities demolish the illegal shops near the historic Red Fort in the old quarters of... 
Delhi, India 
Municipal authorities demolish illegal shops in old quarters of Delhi. 
The municipal authorities demolish the illegal shops near the historic Red Fort in the old quarters of Delhi September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNTBP 
September 13, 2005 
Indian shop keepers stand on the debris of their demolished shops in front of the historic Red Fort,... 
Delhi, India 
Indian shop keepers stand on debris of their demolished shops in old quarters of Delhi. 
Indian shop keepers stand on the debris of their demolished shops in front of the historic Red Fort, after they are demolished by the municipal authorities in the old quarters of Delhi September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNTB8 
September 13, 2005 
Indian schoolgirls walk back to their homes during a heavy shower of rain in the central Indian city... 
Bhopal, India 
Indian schoolgirls walk back to their homes during a heavy shower of rain in Bhopal. 
Indian schoolgirls walk back to their homes during a heavy shower of rain in the central Indian city of Bhopal, September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Raj Patidar VM/TY 
INDIA
RTRNTAF 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian disabled boy from the Indian Disabled Organisation raises his hands and shouts slogans during... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian disabled boy raises his hands and shouts slogan in New Delhi. 
An Indian disabled boy from the Indian Disabled Organisation raises his hands and shouts slogans during a protest in New Delhi September 13, 2005. Dozens of disabled people took part in a protest on Tuesday demanding equal rights in society. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTRNT58 
September 13, 2005 
Members of the National Akali Dal, a regional Sikh political party, shout slogans and hold placards during... 
New Delhi, India 
Members of the National Akali Dal shout slogans and hold placards in New Delhi. 
Members of the National Akali Dal, a regional Sikh political party, shout slogans and hold placards during a protest against the rise in onions prices in New Delhi, September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRNT50 
September 13, 2005 
A squirrel eats fruit on a branch of a tree inside a park in New Delhi September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Kamal... 
New Delhi, India 
A squirrel eats fruit on a branch of a tree inside a New Delhi park. 
A squirrel eats fruit on a branch of a tree inside a park in New Delhi September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRNT4U 
September 13, 2005 
An Indian labourer paints a traffic signal in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously known as... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian labourer paints traffic signal in Kolkata. 
An Indian labourer paints a traffic signal in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously known as Calcutta, September 13, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/TC 
INDIA
RTR10LGT 
September 12, 2005 
President of Commonwealth Games Federation Mike Fennell looks on before the start of a news conference... 
New Delhi, India 
President of Commonwealth Games Federation Fennell looks on in New Delhi. 
President of Commonwealth Games Federation Mike Fennell looks on before the start of a news conference on Queen's Baton Relay programme in New Delhi September 12, 2005. The Queen's Baton Relay is one of the great traditions of the Commonwealth Games and it symbolises the gathering of people from across the Commonwealth at the four-yearly festival of sport and culture. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi VM/TC 
INDIA
RTR10KXG 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian boy plays soccer on a flooded ground in Mumbai September 12, 2005. Flooding in June - September... 
Mumbai, India 
An Indian boy plays soccer on a flooded ground in Mumbai. 
An Indian boy plays soccer on a flooded ground in Mumbai September 12, 2005. Flooding in June - September monsoon season is common in Mumbai, which is surrounded on three sides by sea, but July's rains highlighted the vulnerability of the city's infrastructure. WORLD CUP 2006 REVIEW REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/JJ 
FOOD INDIA TEA
RTRNSLI 
September 12, 2005 
Indian workers pluck tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on the outskirts of northeastern Indian city... 
Gulma, India 
Indian workers pluck tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on outskirts of Siliguri. 
Indian workers pluck tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on the outskirts of northeastern Indian city of Siliguri September 12, 2005. India's tea production rose by 15.03 percent to 312.71 million kg in the first half of 2005 from the previous year, the state-run Tea-Board said on Tuesday. Picture taken on September 12, 2005. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri VM/TC 
HEALTH INDIA
RTRNRUA 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian woman comforts her child who is suffering from encephalitis at a hospital in the northern Indian... 
Lucknow, India 
Indian woman comforts her child suffering from encephalitis in Lucknow, northern India. 
An Indian woman comforts her child who is suffering from encephalitis at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Lucknow September 12, 2005. The disease is caused by a virus spread by mosquitoes and affects the brain. Most of the victims are children belonging to poor families - they account for 80 percent of the deaths so far in northern India. Of the 172 children admitted to the hospital with the disease in little more than the past month, 43 have died. Picture taken September 12, 2005. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar VM/mk 
HEALTH INDIA
RTRNRU2 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian woman comforts her child who is suffering from encephalitis at a hospital in the northern Indian... 
Lucknow, India 
Indian woman comforts her child who is suffering from encephalitis at hospital in Lucknow, northern India.... 
An Indian woman comforts her child who is suffering from encephalitis at a hospital in the northern Indian city of Lucknow September 12, 2005. The disease is caused by a virus spread by mosquitoes and affects the brain. Most of the victims are children belonging to poor families - they account for 80 percent of the deaths so far in northern India. Of the 172 children admitted to the hospital with the disease in little more than the past month, 43 have died. Picture taken September 12, 2005. REUTERS/Pawan Kumar VM/mk 
ODD INDIA RICKSHAW
RTRNNJQ 
September 12, 2005 
Indian rickshaw pullers stand next to a "No Entry" sign during a day-long strike against the ban of hand-pulled... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian rickshaw pullers stand next to a "No Entry" sign in Kolkata. 
Indian rickshaw pullers stand next to a "No Entry" sign during a day-long strike against the ban of hand-pulled rickshaws in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 12, 2005. Communist authorities in Kolkata said last month they would ban hand-pulled rickshaws, calling the popular century-old transport "inhumane". The chief minister of communist-run West Bengal state, of which Kolkata is the capital, said the plan to phase out the city's 10,000 hand-pulled rickshaws was part of wider campaign to improve its poor global image. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/AT 
ODD INDIA RICKSHAWS
RTRNNH9 
September 12, 2005 
Indian rickshaw pullers raise their hands and shout slogans during a day-long strike against the ban... 
Kolkata, India 
Indian rickshaw pullers raise their hands and shout slogans in Kolkata. 
Indian rickshaw pullers raise their hands and shout slogans during a day-long strike against the ban of hand-pulled rickshaws in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 12, 2005. Communist authorities in Kolkata said last month they would ban hand-pulled rickshaws, calling the popular century-old transport "inhumane". The chief minister of communist-run West Bengal state, of which Kolkata is the capital, said the plan to phase out the city's 10,000 hand-pulled rickshaws was part of wider campaign to improve its poor global image. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/AT 
INDIA
RTRNNGO 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian labourer pushes a heavily loaded hand-pulled cart in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September... 
Kolkata, India 
An Indian labourer pushes heavily loaded hand-pulled cart in eastern Indian city of Kolkata. 
An Indian labourer pushes a heavily loaded hand-pulled cart in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 12, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM/TY 
ODD NDIA RICKSHAWS
RTRNNGI 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian rickshaw puller covers himself with polythene during a day-long strike by rickshaw pullers... 
Kolkata, India 
An Indian rickshaw puller covers himself with polythene in Kolkata. 
An Indian rickshaw puller covers himself with polythene during a day-long strike by rickshaw pullers against the ban of hand-pulled rickshaws in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 12, 2005. Communist authorities in Kolkata said last month they would ban hand-pulled rickshaws, calling the popular century-old transport "inhumane". The chief minister of communist-run West Bengal state, of which Kolkata is the capital, said the plan to phase out the city's 10,000 hand-pulled rickshaws was part of wider campaign to improve its poor global image. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM 
INDIA
RTRNNFO 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian worker plucks tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on the outskirts of northeastern Indian... 
Gulma, India 
An Indian worker plucks tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on the outskirts of Siliguri. 
An Indian worker plucks tea leaves at Gulma tea garden estate on the outskirts of northeastern Indian city of Siliguri September 12, 2005. India is one of the top tea producers in the world. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri VM/JJ 
INDIA
RTRNMUW 
September 12, 2005 
An Indian fisherman rows his boat in the early morning in the southern Indian city of Cochin September... 
Cochin, India 
An Indian fisherman rows his boat in the southern Indian city of Cochin. 
An Indian fisherman rows his boat in the early morning in the southern Indian city of Cochin September 12, 2005. REUTERS/Ev Deepak VM/JJ 
INDIA
RTRNMPH 
September 12, 2005 
Indian men eat inside a flooded restaurant in Mumbai September 12, 2005. Flooding in June - September... 
Mumbai, India 
Indian men eat inside a flooded restaurant in Mumbai. 
Indian men eat inside a flooded restaurant in Mumbai September 12, 2005. Flooding in June - September monsoon season is common in Mumbai, which is surrounded on three sides by sea, but July's rains highlighted the vulnerability of the city's infrastructure. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/JJ 
INDIA
RTRNGHT 
September 11, 2005 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks to the media at his residence in New Delhi September 11,... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian Prime Minister Singh speaks to media at his residence in New Delhi. 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks to the media at his residence in New Delhi September 11, 2005, before his departure to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk 
INDIA
RTRNGHL 
September 11, 2005 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (R) gestures to chief of India's Congress ruling party, Sonia Gandhi... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian PM Singh gestures to chief of India's Congress ruling party Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi. 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (R) gestures to chief of India's Congress ruling party, Sonia Gandhi (L) as Defence Minister Pranab Mukerjee (2nd L) and Union Human Resource Development Minister Arjun Singh looks on, New Delhi, September 11, 2005, before Singh's departure to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk 
INDIA
RTRNGHC 
September 11, 2005 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks to the media at his residence before his departure to New... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian PM Singh speaks to media at his residence in New Delhi. 
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks to the media at his residence before his departure to New York to attend the United Nations General Assembly, New Delhi, September 11, 2005. REUTERS/B Mathur VM/mk 
INDIA
RTRN7YI 
September 09, 2005 
An Indian volunteer,from the Aids control society, takes part on a campaign for Aids awareness program,... 
Chandigarh, India 
An Indian volunteer campaigns for Aids awareness program in Chandigarh. 
An Indian volunteer,from the Aids control society, takes part on a campaign for Aids awareness program, in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh, September 9, 2005. India had an estimated 5.134 million people infected with the HIV virus in 2004, roughly the same as South Africa which has the world's highest number of people with the virus. REUTERS/Ajay Verma VM/LA 
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An Indian fisherman throws his net to make a catch near the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously... 
Kolkata, India 
An Indian fisherman throws his net to make a catch near Kolkata. 
An Indian fisherman throws his net to make a catch near the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, previously known as Calcutta, September 9, 2005. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal PS/VM 
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September 09, 2005 
An Indian volunteer,from the Aids control society, takes part on a campaign for Aids awareness program... 
Chandigarh, India 
Indian volunteer paints his face during a campaign for Aids in Chandigarh. 
An Indian volunteer,from the Aids control society, takes part on a campaign for Aids awareness program in the northern Indian city of Chandigarh, September 9, 2005. India had an estimated 5.134 million people infected with the HIV virus in 2004, roughly the same as South Africa which has the world's highest number of people with the virus. REUTERS/Ajay Verma VM/LA 
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