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Protesters Besiege India Capital Over Job Quotas - 29 May 2008
Protesters Besiege India Capital Over Job Quotas - 29 May 2008
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A6K
May 29, 2008
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands...
New Delhi, India
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi
Policemen remove burning tyres during a protest by Gujjar community in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A66
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A5Y
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4Y
May 29, 2008
A member of the Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of...
Jammu, India
A member of Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu
A member of the Gujjar community holds a placard during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4W
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29,...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi
Protesters from the Gujjar community run amidst tear gas during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4R
May 29, 2008
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters...
Jammu, India
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu
A member of the Gujjar community holds a sign during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4J
May 29, 2008
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during a protest by the members of Gujjar community in Jammu...
Jammu, India
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during protest by members of Gujjar community in Jammu
Indian policemen stand on a railway track during a protest by the members of Gujjar community in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4I
May 29, 2008
Members of the Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track during a protest...
Jammu, India
Members of Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track in Jammu
Members of the Gujjar community scuffle with police as they try to block a railway track during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A4F
May 29, 2008
Indian police stop members of the Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track during a protest...
Jammu, India
Indian police stop members of Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track in Jammu
Indian police stop members of the Gujjar community as they try to block a railway track during a protest in Jammu May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Amit Gupta (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A3Z
May 29, 2008
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a...
New Delhi, India
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a...
A protester from the Gujjar community throws back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A3E
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A3C
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi
Protesters from the Gujjar community burn tyres to block a road during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A35
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during...
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw stones and pieces of bricks towards Indian policemen during a protest in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX6A33
May 29, 2008
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration...
New Delhi, India
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards police during a demonstration...
Protesters from the Gujjar community throw back a tear gas canister towards Indian police during a demonstration in New Delhi May 29, 2008. Thousands of protesters from the Gujjar community burned tyres and blocked roads leading to New Delhi on Thursday, bringing a battle for college and government job quotas in which dozens have died closer to the capital. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX696J
May 28, 2008
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana at Bharatpur district of India's...
BAYANA, India
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana
Members of the Gujjar community walk on a damaged railway track in Bayana at Bharatpur district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. Members of the Gujjar community demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX691G
May 28, 2008
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a...
BIKANER, India
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a...
Members of the Gujjar community burn an effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a protest in Bikaner district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. An ethnic Indian group demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled the western state of Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/PROTESTS
RTX691A
May 28, 2008
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during...
BIKANER, India
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Raje during a protest...
Members of the Gujjar community beat a burning effigy of Rajasthan's Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje during a protest in Bikaner district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. An ethnic Indian group demanding job quotas blocked highways leading to the national capital on Wednesday, threatening to bring its protests to New Delhi, the sixth day of demonstrations that killed 37 people. Violent protests have roiled the western state of Rajasthan where at least 36 members of the Gujjar community were killed after police fired to quell rioting. A policeman was lynched. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
INDIA-QUOTA/
RTX68O9
May 28, 2008
Members of the Gujjar community attend a sit-in protest to offer homage to people, who were killed in...
BANDIKUI, India
Members of the Gujjar community attend a sit-in protest in Bandikui
Members of the Gujjar community attend a sit-in protest to offer homage to people, who were killed in clashes with police, in Bandikui district of India's desert state of Rajasthan May 28, 2008. The violence began on Friday when protesters belonging to the community lynched a policeman in the state. Police later opened fire on rioters, killing 36 of them in subsequent days. The Gujjars, already considered a disadvantaged group, want to be reclassified further down the complex Hindu caste and status system so they qualify for government jobs and university seats reserved for such groups. REUTERS/Vinay Joshi (INDIA)
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