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A member of the Indian National Cadet Corps (NCC) holds a tri-colour flag while performing an acrobatic manouvre known as Mallakhamb during the 66th NCC day celebrations in Secunderabad, the twin city of Hyderabad on November 22, 2014.The NCC, a voluntary organisation which recruits cadets from secondary schools and colleges, was formed in 1948 to develop social service and leadership skills among participating Indian youth under the auspices of the Ministry of Defence.AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAM / AFP PHOTO / NOAH SEELAM

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India-Religion-Sikh-Diwali Featured India Print

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An Indian Sikh Nihang - traditional Sikh warrior -, Baba Avtar Singh wears an oversized 650 meter-long turban during a Fateh Divas celebration which takes place the day after the Diwali festival, in Amritsar on October 31, 2016.
The Sikh celebration of the return of the sixth Guru Hargobind from detention in the Gwalior Fort, known as Bandi Chhorh Divas and which coincides with the Hindu festival of Diwali, marks the day Guru Hargobind had agreed to his release on the condition that the other fifty-two vassal kings who were detainees would also be released. / AFP PHOTO / NARINDER NANU

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India-Environment-Pollution Featured India Print

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An Indian cyclist rides along a street as smog envelops a monument in New Delhi on October 31, 2016, the day after the Diwali festival.
New Delhi was shrouded in a thick blanket of toxic smog a day after millions of Indians lit firecrackers to mark the Diwali festival, causing the air pollution to hit "severe" level. The pollutants breached the 1000 microgram mark in the Indian capital and shot up nearly 10 times above the normal level in the early hours of Monday, mostly owing to bursting of millions of firecrackers, according to a weather scientist.
/ AFP PHOTO / MONEY SHARMA

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