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Mann Ki Baat: PM Modi thanks 'lakhs of healthcare workers' for 1 billion Covid vaccination milestone | PM Modi, Amit Shah greet Indo-Tibetan Border Police on its Raising Day | Heavy firing in J&K's Poonch leaves three security personnel injured | Union Minister's son Ashish Mishra, accused in Lakhmipur Kheri violence, hospitalised | Lakhimpur Kheri violence: Three more arrested, say sources

Janmasthami festival celebration in India

Sri Krishna Janambhoomi temple illuminated on the eve of Sri Krishna Janmasthami festival in Mathura on Sunday.UNI PHOTO-AKX13U

View of a sunflower with sunglasses at Davis Family Farm in Canada's Ontario

CALEDON (CANADA), Aug. 3, 2021 (UNI/Xinhua) -- A sunflower with sunglasses is seen at Davis Family Farm during the Sunflower Festival in Caledon, Ontario, Canada, on Aug. 2, 2021. With 45 acres of sunflowers, the festival was held here from July 24 to Aug. 8 this year.

A calf of a one horned Rhino graze at Pobitora Wildlife sanctuary

GUWAHATI, JUNE 19 (UNI):- A calf of a one horned Rhino graze at Pobitora Wildlife sanctuary, on Saturday.

India: Images of the Day

People plucking Peach Fruits from an Orchard at Jiya Village in Kullu in Himachal Pradesh on Thursday. UNI PHOTO

Glimpses of waterlogged roads after heavy rains in Kolkata

Waterlogged road after heavy rain in Kolkata on Thursday.

Kashmir: Freshly harvested cherries being sorted for export

Freshly harvested cherries being sorted and packed into boxes for export from an orchard in Ganderbal district of Central Kashmir. Cherry farmers have started harvesting the fruits in Kashmir.

Sundarbans: Life After Cyclone Yaas

As another cyclone slammed the Sundarban islands in West Bengal, there was devastation all around. This time a lot of lives were saved owing to timely evacuations  but what is lost is livelihood and homes. Some  134 embankments that protect the region were breached during Cyclone Yaas, destroying villages. IBNS photographer Avishek Mitra captures glimpses of life and rebuilding amid the devastation.   

Remembering Tiananmen: Vigil held outside Chinese Embassy in London

Human rights groups demonstrate in London and organise vigil outside Chinese Embassy on June 4 to mark the 32nd anniversary of the 1989 pro-democracy movement and Tiananmen Square Massacre

A glimpse of Rhinos grazing in Assam's Pobitra wildlife sanctuary

MORIGAON, JUNE 1 (UNI)- Rhinos grazing at Pobitora wildlife sanctuary, in Morigaon district i Assam on Tuesday.

Woman airs strands of Sewai ahead of Eid in UP's Prayagraj

PRAYAGRAJ, MAY 11 (UNI):-A woman spread strands of vermicelli, to dry a specialty eaten during fasting month of Ramadan in Prayagraj on Tuesday.

Workers of Durgabari Tea Garden in Agartala hold a pair of frogs in prayers for rain

AGARTALA, MAY 5 (UNI):-Workers of Durgabari Tea Garden holding a pair of a pair of frogs that were married to appease Lord Indra and bring the blessing of rain to the state,at a village near Agartala on Wednesday.

A deserted view of Charminar during night curfew in Hyderabad

HYDERABAD, APR 21 (UNI):- A deserted view of charminar during night curfew imposed by the government from 9 PM to 5AM to curve the spread of COVID-19 virus in old city, in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

Kolkata celebrates Poila Boishakh

KOLKATA, APR 15 (UNI) With hope that the New Year will bring prosperity and happiness people walking home with idols of laxmi and Ganesh after offering pujas at Kalighat on Polila Baishak, Bengali New Year day, in Kolkata on Thursday.

Kolkata braces for Poila Boishakh

KOLKATA, APR 12 (UNI) A shopkeeper sells traditional red Account Book ahead of Bengal new year in Kolkata on Monday.