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KASHMIR/
RTXSG79
September 20, 2010
Syed Ali Shah Geelani (L), chairman of the hardliner faction of Kashmir's Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference,...
Srinagar, India
Geelani of Hurriyat Conference speaks with Indian communist leader Yechury in Srinagar
Syed Ali Shah Geelani (L), chairman of the hardliner faction of Kashmir's Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference, speaks with senior Indian communist leader Sitaram Yechury during their meeting at Geelani's residence in Srinagar September 20, 2010. Talks sponsored by the government to end the biggest independence uprising in Kashmir in 20 years appeared on the brink of failure on Monday as separatists boycotted a meeting with New Delhi's lawmakers. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR - Tags: POLITICS)
KASHMIR/
RTXSG78
September 20, 2010
Senior Indian communist leader Sitaram Yechury (R) prepares to shake hands with Syed Ali Shah Geelani,...
Srinagar, India
Senior Indian communist leader Yechury prepares to shake hands with Geelani of Hurriyat Conference in...
Senior Indian communist leader Sitaram Yechury (R) prepares to shake hands with Syed Ali Shah Geelani, chairman of the hardliner faction of Kashmir's Hurriyat (Freedom) Conference, during their meeting at Geelani's residence in Srinagar September 20, 2010. Talks sponsored by the government to end the biggest independence uprising in Kashmir in 20 years appeared on the brink of failure on Monday as separatists boycotted a meeting with New Delhi's lawmakers. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7WVM
July 14, 2008
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury wipes his face during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury wipes his face during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi...
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury wipes his face during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi July 14, 2008. The communists last week withdrew support for the Indian government, which now faces a confidence vote despite moving to prop up its position in parliament with the help of a regional party whose leader backs the nuclear deal. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7WV0
July 14, 2008
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury gestures during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi July...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury gestures during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury gestures during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi July 14, 2008. The communists last week withdrew support for the Indian government, which now faces a confidence vote despite moving to prop up its position in parliament with the help of a regional party whose leader backs the nuclear deal. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7WUX
July 14, 2008
(L to R) Senior communist leaders Debabrata Biswas, Sitaram Yechury, A. B. Bardhan, D. Raja (standing)...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leaders discuss during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi
(L to R) Senior communist leaders Debabrata Biswas, Sitaram Yechury, A. B. Bardhan, D. Raja (standing) and Prakash Karat discuss during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi July 14, 2008. The communists last week withdrew support for the Indian government, which now faces a confidence vote despite moving to prop up its position in parliament with the help of a regional party whose leader backs the nuclear deal. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7WUQ
July 14, 2008
Senior communist leaders Sitaram Yechury (L), A. B. Bardhan, D. Raja (C standing) and Prakash Karat (R)...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leaders discuss during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi
Senior communist leaders Sitaram Yechury (L), A. B. Bardhan, D. Raja (C standing) and Prakash Karat (R) discuss during an anti-nuclear deal rally in New Delhi July 14, 2008. The communists last week withdrew support for the Indian government, which now faces a confidence vote despite moving to prop up its position in parliament with the help of a regional party whose leader backs the nuclear deal. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7MGB
July 04, 2008
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008. India's communist...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008. India's communist parties said the government must tell them by Monday if it plans to press ahead with the next step in a controversial civilian nuclear deal with the United States, which they strongly oppose. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7MFQ
July 04, 2008
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008. India's communist...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury leaves after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008. India's communist parties said the government must tell them by Monday if it plans to press ahead with the next step in a controversial civilian nuclear deal with the United States, which they strongly oppose. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-COALITION/
RTX7MFP
July 04, 2008
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury addresses the media after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008....
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Yechury addresses the media after a meeting in New Delhi
Senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury addresses the media after a meeting in New Delhi July 4, 2008. India's communist parties said the government must tell them by Monday if it plans to press ahead with the next step in a controversial civilian nuclear deal with the United States, which they strongly oppose. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-USA/NUCLEAR
RTX7BNQ
June 25, 2008
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) addresses the media as senior communist leader Sitaram...
New Delhi, India
India's Railways Minister Yadav addresses the media as senior communist leader Yechury looks on after...
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) addresses the media as senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury looks on after a meeting in New Delhi June 25, 2008. India's government and its communist allies agreed on Wednesday to meet once again to break a deadlock over a civilian nuclear deal with the United States, effectively delaying any possible threat of snap elections. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-USA/NUCLEAR
RTX7BNM
June 25, 2008
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury gesture after...
New Delhi, India
India's Railways Minister Yadav and senior communist leader Yechury gesture after a meeting in New Delhi...
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury gesture after a meeting in New Delhi June 25, 2008. India's government and its communist allies agreed on Wednesday to meet once again to break a deadlock over a civilian nuclear deal with the United States, effectively delaying any possible threat of snap elections. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-USA/NUCLEAR
RTX7BMS
June 25, 2008
Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee (R, seated at table) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury...
New Delhi, India
Indian FM Mukherjee and senior communist leader Yechury address the media after a meeting in New Delhi...
Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee (R, seated at table) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury (L, seated at table) address the media after a meeting in New Delhi June 25, 2008. India's government and its communist allies agreed on Wednesday to meet once again to break a deadlock over a civilian nuclear deal with the United States, effectively delaying any possible threat of snap elections. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-USA/NUCLEAR
RTX7BM7
June 25, 2008
Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee (R) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury address the...
New Delhi, India
Indian FM Mukherjee and senior communist leader Yechury address the media after a meeting in New Delhi...
Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukherjee (R) and senior communist leader Sitaram Yechury address the media after a meeting in New Delhi June 25, 2008. India's government and its communist allies agreed on Wednesday to meet once again to break a deadlock over a civilian nuclear deal with the United States, effectively delaying any possible threat of snap elections. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1V79E
October 22, 2007
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) speaks as Defence Minister A. K. Antony (3rd R), senior...
New Delhi, India
India's Railways Minister Yadav speaks as Defence Minister Antony and senior communist leaders listen...
India's Railways Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav (L) speaks as Defence Minister A. K. Antony (3rd R), senior communist leaders D. Raja (R), A. B. Bardhan (2nd R) and Sitaram Yechury (4th R) listen to him after a committee meeting in New Delhi October 22, 2007. The government and its communist allies agreed on Monday to hold a further meeting next month over a nuclear deal with the United States, the latest sign the ruling coalition was backtracking on finalising the accord. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-NUCLEAR/
RTR1V793
October 22, 2007
Prakash Karat (R), the chief of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M), and Sitaram Yechury,...
New Delhi, India
Karat, the chief of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and Sitaram Yechury, a senior communist leader,...
Prakash Karat (R), the chief of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M), and Sitaram Yechury, a senior communist leader, depart after a committee meeting in New Delhi October 22, 2007. The government and its communist allies agreed on Monday to hold a further meeting next month over a nuclear deal with the United States, the latest sign the ruling coalition was backtracking on finalising the accord. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA POLITICS
RTR1D9OB
May 11, 2006
Sitaram Yechury, a senior communist leader, speaks to reporters in New Delhi May 11, 2006. Indian communists...
New Delhi, India
Senior communist leader Yechury speaks to reporters in New Delhi
Sitaram Yechury, a senior communist leader, speaks to reporters in New Delhi May 11, 2006. Indian communists were set to sweep two out of five state assembly elections as votes were counted on Thursday, with the ruling Congress party struggling in its biggest electoral test since coming to power two years ago. The state vote, however, is not being seen as a referendum on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's two years in power as regional issues dominated campaigns in all states. REUTERS/B Mathur
NEPAL
RTRPXLY
September 30, 2005
Communist Party of India (Marxist) member Sitaram Yechuri from India attends a news conference in Kathmandu...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Communist Party of India Marxist member Sitaram Yechuri attends news conference in Kathmandu
Communist Party of India (Marxist) member Sitaram Yechuri from India attends a news conference in Kathmandu before leaving for India September 30, 2005. The Indian politicians are in Nepal to express their solidarity with Nepal's democratic movement and assess the political situation. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar
NEPAL
RTRPVQG
September 30, 2005
Communist Party of India (Marxist) member Sitaram Yechuri from India attends a news conference in Kathmandu...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Communist Party of India Marxist member Sitaram Yechuri attends news conference in Kathmandu
Communist Party of India (Marxist) member Sitaram Yechuri from India attends a news conference in Kathmandu before leaving for India September 30, 2005. The Indian politicians are in Nepal to express their solidarity with Nepal's democratic movement and assess the political situation. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar
NEPAL
RTRPS6Z
September 29, 2005
Communist leader of Nepal C.P. Mainalai (C) talks to CPI-M politburo member Sitaram Yechuri from India...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Communist leader of Nepal C.P. Mainalai talks to CPI-M politburo member Sitaram Yechuri from India in...
Communist leader of Nepal C.P. Mainalai (C) talks to CPI-M politburo member Sitaram Yechuri from India (L) while Nepali Congress leader Girija Prasad Koirala looks on in the Nepali capital Kathmandu September 29, 2005. The Indian politicians are in Nepal to express their solidarity with Nepal's democratic movement and assess the political situation. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar.
NEPAL
RTRPS6F
September 29, 2005
NCP leader D.P.Tripathi (L), CPI-M politburo member Sitaram Yechuri (C) both from India and Nepali Congress...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Leaders from India and Nepal attend a meeting in Kathmandu
NCP leader D.P.Tripathi (L), CPI-M politburo member Sitaram Yechuri (C) both from India and Nepali Congress leader Girija Prasad Koirala attend a meeting with seven political party members in the Nepali capital Kathmandu September 29, 2005. The Indian politicians are in Nepal to express their solidarity with Nepal's democratic movement and assess the political situation. REUTERS/Gopal Chitrakar
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