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A deep dive: Bravehearts jump into Bosnia's Neretva River
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A deep dive: Bravehearts jump into Bosnia's Neretva River

The Old Bridge diving competition is held every year in Bosnia where participants dare to showcase their diving skills, leaving spectators stunned

California Burning: Destruction and danger as wildfires blaze
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California Burning: Destruction and danger as wildfires blaze

The Oak fire in Mariposa County in California is the largest forest fire of this year. At least 3,000 people have been forced to evacuate their homes

Over the ‘buck’ moon: Biggest supermoon of the year is simply stunning
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Over the ‘buck’ moon: Biggest supermoon of the year is simply stunning

It's the brightest and biggest supermoon of the year. The buck moon, which emerged on 13 July and can be seen until today, was spotted from Egypt, Jerusalem, Dubai, Germany, Kuwait and US

Not for the faint-hearted: Devotees pierce their cheeks, backs for Jammu pilgrimage
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Not for the faint-hearted: Devotees pierce their cheeks, backs for Jammu pilgrimage

Hundreds of devotees with steel tridents piercing through their cheeks and backs take part in the annual pilgrimage to the temple of Sheetla Mata in Jammu. The ritual is a thanksgiving to the goddess in return for a fulfilled wish

Independent India at 75, at a glance
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Independent India at 75, at a glance

On Monday, India marked 75 years of Independence with great pride and pomp. The country gained freedom from British colonial rule on 15 August, 1947

India@75: From Jawaharlal Nehru to Narendra Modi, a throwback to Independence Day at Red Fort
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India@75: From Jawaharlal Nehru to Narendra Modi, a throwback to Independence Day at Red Fort

Since 1947, the Red Fort has served as an iconic platform from where prime ministers like Jawaharlal Nehru, Morarji Desai and Atal Bihari Vajpayee have delivered powerful speeches to invoke the feeling of patriotism among people

Yeh Mera India! The Tiranga is an emotion
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Yeh Mera India! The Tiranga is an emotion

The 'Har Ghar Tiranga' campaign under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav kicked off on Saturday. It seeks to encourage people to bring the Tiranga home and to hoist it to mark the 75th year of India's independence

A look back at the protests against Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses
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A look back at the protests against Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses

His 1988 book transformed his life when Iran's first supreme leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatwa, or religious decree, ordering his killing, which forced him to stay on the run for years

Dried up rivers, dead fish, killer heat: Europe faces worst drought in possibly 500 years
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Dried up rivers, dead fish, killer heat: Europe faces worst drought in possibly 500 years

Weeks of dry spells in Europe has hit countries with a drought situation. Shrinking rivers, diminishing green vegetation and heatwaves are posing a threat to its economy. Experts say that the situation is likely to get worse

India@75: From Karnataka's Hampi to Jammu's Mubarak Mandi, monuments light up in Tricolour
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India@75: From Karnataka's Hampi to Jammu's Mubarak Mandi, monuments light up in Tricolour

Historic and important landmarks across the country are being cloaked in saffron, white and green to mark India's 75 years of Independence and what a sight it is to behold!

Painting the town tricolour: The Tiranga Yatra is picking up pace
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Painting the town tricolour: The Tiranga Yatra is picking up pace

From Poonch to Hyderabad, people gathered in huge numbers to participate in the Tiranga Yatra. Roads in several states were covered with saffron, white and green as people carried the national flag

It's Raksha Bandhan, bro: A day to celebrate siblings with rakhis, mithais, and more
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It's Raksha Bandhan, bro: A day to celebrate siblings with rakhis, mithais, and more

People across the country are celebrating Raksha Bandhan, the festival marking the loving bond between a brother and sister. There's more excitement this year as earlier festivities were subdued because of the rampaging COVID-19 pandemic

Eighth wonder: Nitish Kumar takes charge of new Bihar government
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Eighth wonder: Nitish Kumar takes charge of new Bihar government

Nitish Kumar returned to the role of chief minister on Wednesday, only this time his party formed an alliance with Rashtriya Janata Dal. His dissatisfaction with the BJP prompted him to break the alliance and revive the Mahaghatbandhan

Laal Singh Chaddha team visits the National War Memorial in Delhi
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Laal Singh Chaddha team visits the National War Memorial in Delhi

Aamir Khan, Mona Singh, Naga Chaitanya Akkineni and director Advait Chandan of Laal Singh Chaddha pay homage to India's martyrs at the National War Memorial in New Delhi.

Wavin' flag! Har Ghar Tiranga campaign sees Indians reaching out for the tricolour
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Wavin' flag! Har Ghar Tiranga campaign sees Indians reaching out for the tricolour

Patriotic fervour has filled the air. The Centre's Har Ghar Tiranga campaign to mark India's 75 years of Independence has led to a drastic surge in the sale of the national flag

Commonwealth Games: From Achanta Sharath Kamal to PV Sindhu, list of Indian medal winners at CWG
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Commonwealth Games: From Achanta Sharath Kamal to PV Sindhu, list of Indian medal winners at CWG

Check out photos of all of India's medal winners at the 2022 Commonwealth Games (CWG) in Birmingham.

Turning red: Rivers of lava flow as Iceland's Fagradalsfjall volcano erupts
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Turning red: Rivers of lava flow as Iceland's Fagradalsfjall volcano erupts

Tourists are thronging near the site of Mount Fagradalsfjall volcano in southwestern Iceland near capital Reykjavik to marvel at the bubbling lava. The volcano erupted for the second time in 6,000 years just eight months after its last eruption which began in March last year officially ended

Safe space! Animals caught in France's deadly wildfires are back home
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Safe space! Animals caught in France's deadly wildfires are back home

Over 370 animals, including lions and monkeys, from the Arachon Zoo in France had to be evacuated earlier as a dangerous wildfire threatened their lives. While many found refuge in other zoos, some 14 of them died as they were unable to bear the stress