March 13: Delhi and beyond, in pictures

The day’s developments, events and newsmakers

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A digital screen shows stock prices on the facade of BSE building, in Mumbai, Trading halted for almost 45 minutes as the Sensex crashed by nearly 3000 points.
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PTI Photo
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee poses for a photograph with Mohun Bagan AC players after their felicitation for winning I-League championship during ‘Khelashree’ award event, at Netaji Indoor Stadium in Kolkata.
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AP/PTI
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office says his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau has tested positive for the coronavirus.
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AP/PTI
Servpro cleaning workers wait in a doorway as they exit the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Wash. at the end of a day spent cleaning inside the facility near Seattle. The nursing home is at the center of the outbreak of the new coronavirus in Washington state.
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AP/PTI
The North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, center, inspects an artillery fire competition in an undisclosed location in North Korea.
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AP/PTI
Fans of Brazil’s Internacional cheer from the stands prior to a Copa Libertadores soccer match against Gremio in Porto Alegre, Brazil
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PTI Photo
Congress and AIUDF common candidate Ajit Kumar Bhuyan files his nomination papers for Rajya Sabha elections, at Assam Legislative Assembly in Guwahati, Congress leader Tarun Gogoi (3L) and AIUDF chief Badruddin Ajmal (2L) are also seen.
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PTI Photo
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh greets party candidate Phool Singh Baraiya after the latter files his nomination for Rajya Sabha elections, in Bhopal.
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PTI Photo
Young women walk on the Ridge during heavy hailstorm, in Shimla.
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A notice conveying ‘counters will remain closed until further notice’ is pasted outside a ticket counter of Eden Garden Stadium in the wake of the novel coronavirus scare ahead of 3rd ODI match between India and South Africa, in Kolkata.

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