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December 09, 2004 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India holds the certificate of the 'Right Livelihood... 
Stockholm 
Indian human rights activist Swami Agnivesh holds the 'Right Livelihood Award' in Stockholm. 
Swami Agnivesh, a Hindu human rights activist from India holds the certificate of the 'Right Livelihood Award' commonly known as the 'Alternative Nobel Prize' following the prize giving ceremony in Stockholm December 9, 2004. Swami Agnivesh on Thursday received one of this year's 'Right Livelihood Awards' that have existed since 1980 to honour and encourage people who have dared to throw off the straitjacket of conventional ideas. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay WR/MD 
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