September 14: Delhi and beyond, in pictures

The day’s developments, events and newsmakers

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PTI Photo
PTI Photo
Students and teachers of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation (NMMC) school at Kopar Khairane village take a close look at newly installed science equipments in the newly built science Lab for students, in Navi Mumbai.
Photo by Vipin
Photo by Vipin
Midday meal workers protest pressing for their various demands outside Delhi Deputy Minister CM Manish Sisodia’s residence in New Delhi.

Photo: IANS
Photo: IANS
Hindu Sena activists blacken the signage of Babar Road at Bengali market demanding that it be renamed after a “great Indian personality”, in New Delhi.
PTI Photo
PTI Photo
Students celebrate after receiving degrees during the 6th annual convocation of Aryabhatta Knowledge University at Bapu Sabhagar in Patna.

Photo: IANS
Photo: IANS
Employees of Shapoorji Pallonji Group participate in a cleanup drive at Mahim beach in Mumbai.
PTI Photo
PTI Photo
A man walks as passanger buses stand parked during restrictions after the abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of State, in Srinagar.

AP/PTI
AP/PTI
A former living goddess Kumari, middle, watches the Indra Jatra festival, an eight-day festival that honors Indra, the Hindu god of rain, in Kathmandu, Nepal. 
AP/PTI
AP/PTI
People walk next to a shattered and water-filled coffin exposed to the elements in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, at the cemetery in Mclean’s Town, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

AP/PTI
AP/PTI
Demonstrators hold up mobile phones as they form a human chain at the Peak in Hong Kong. Thousands of people carried lanterns with pro-democracy messages and formed human chains on two of the city’s peaks during mid-autumn festival celebrations Friday night, sustaining months-long protests for democratic reforms 
AP/PTI
AP/PTI
Mourners react emotionally as the coffin of former Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe lies in state for public viewing at the Rufaro Stadium in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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