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April 30, 2004 
Tribal women work at a brick kiln near Manor village, 106 km (66 miles) north of Bombay in this picture... 
Bombay, Republic of India 
TRIBAL WOMEN WORK AT A BRICK KILN NEAR MANOR VILLAGE NORTH OF BOMBAY. 
Tribal women work at a brick kiln near Manor village, 106 km (66 miles) north of Bombay in this picture taken April 30, 2004. Although the Indian economy is estimated to have grown more than eight per cent in the fiscal year that ended in March, most of the country's daily wage labourers earn less than a dollar a day. Economists say India's current pace of growth must be sustained for several years to wipe out poverty in the world's second most populous nation and provide jobs for the growing work force. Picture taken April 30, 2004. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe PP/SH 
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