August 3: Delhi and beyond, in pictures

The day’s developments, events and newsmakers



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Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh speaks with scholar Kapila Vatsyayan, at the of the latest volumes of People’s Linguistic Survey of India, in New Delhi


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Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi interacts with flood victims of Amtol village, in Lakhimpur



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School girls tie Rakhi on the wrists of Army soldiers to celebrate Raksha Bandhan in Jabalpur


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Baby Siberian tigers explore their new home for the first time in the zoo “Tierpark Hagenbeck” in Hamburg in Germany. The Siberian tiger Maroushka had given birth to two female and two male babies on June 15. Maroushka had been born in Novosibirsk, Russia, in 2011 and the father of the cubs Yasha had been born in Sweden and lives in Hagenbeck since 2016



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A tailor stiches Indian national tricolour flag, ahead of the Independence Day, in Agartala


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Activists hold a protest the withdrawal of subsidy on cooking gas cylinder, in Bhubaneswar



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Police and IT sleuths check the bag of a mechanic at the residence of Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar, in Bengaluru


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Youth Congress workers raise slogans against the Central government to protest the I-T raids on properties belonging to Karnataka Energy Minister DK Shivakumar, in Bengaluru



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Tea garden workers take part in the “Bidhanshava Avhijan” rally to highlight their various demands, in Kolkata


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A woman shows the chopped hair of another woman, in Mathura

NH Photo Pramod Pushkarna
NH Photo Pramod Pushkarna
Book seller in bus carrying such a huge number of pirated books at the bus station in Delhi.
NH Photo by Vipin
NH Photo by Vipin
Fishermen from Andhra Pradesh demand exemption for fishing nets and ropes under GST at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi

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