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  • A group of non-local workers from Rajasthan busy in making brooms to earn for their living. Pertinently, hundreds of non-local workers arrive in Kashmir every year during summer to earn living. These workers live in slum like dwellings on the outskirts of Anantnag district some 60 kilometers from Indian occupied Kashmir. To earn a living by selling brooms is a natural choice for these people to do. Usually their entire family (including children) is into this business and this is the only way to feed their belly.

  • People from Newar community celebrate chariot festival of Kankeshwori, Bhadrakali and Sankata wearing colourful caps at Ason in Kathmandu, Nepal. The festival is celebrated every year a day after Ghodejatra to conquer the three days of 'Pahan Chahre' festival in Newar community.

  • Masked dancers dressed up as deities perform "Devi Pyankha" (Devi dance in Newar language) to mark the Pahan Chahre festival ahead of the Ghode Jatra (horse racing festival) in Kathmandu, Nepal.Sacred masked dances are performed representing various deities. The dance starts in the evening and lasts throughout the night till the next day.

  • Break Free action took place in Athens today with many supporting organizations attending and more than 500 people marching from Thissio to Zappeion, in the center of the city. Break Free is a global peaceful movement against fossil fuel, injustice, inequality and in favor of equal rights and renewable living conditions and is supported by a variety of organizations supporting environmental issues, human rights and animal rights.

  • Fourteen 'Cofradias' (Catholic religious brotherhoods) of several spanish provinces gathered in Almazán, north of Spain, to celebrate the 'X Exaltación del tambor, la corneta y el bombo' tradition, in which penitents reunite to play drums, cornets and bass drums.

  • Old city of Hebron the second place to represent the Palestinian-Israeli conflict after Jerusalem is the old city of Hebron in the West Bank , where about 800 settlers lives between 5000 Palestinian heavily guarded by Israeli military , the area which is controlled by army checkpoints affect the economical situation for people who live and work in the area.

  • A crowd of over 400 people gathered in Union Square on the evening of March 24, 2017; for an emergency action to say Enough is Enough. The crowd rallied and proceed to march to Herald Square in Midtown Manhattan where Timothy Caughman was killed and hold a moment of silence to honor Timothy and other victims of Hate Crimes and to say no to hate crimes and domestic terrorism.

  • Daily life in the Spanish village of Viana de Duero, province of Soria, north of Spain. It is Europe’s largest desert in terms of population with just 1.8 inhabitants per sq km, by three in Siberia.

  • Filipino linemen perform routine maintenance tasks on an electric pole at an intersection in the financial district of Makati City, South of Manila, Philippines, on Friday, March 24, 2017. The Philippines has the third highest electricity rates in Southeast Asia, according to a May 2013 report by The Lantau Group titled, "Global Benchmark Study of Residential Electricity Tariffs."

  • The LSU (Lavoratori Docialmente Utili) protested outside the headquarters of the Regione Campania.

  • Anti-LGBTIQ Hate Bus Hits Streets of New York. On March 23, 2017, a group called CitizenGO is launching the so-called #FreeSpeechBus in the United States with a first stop display at One Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza in New York. A similarly styled bus received strong pushback in Spain earlier this year and was recently banned in Madrid on the premise that it was discriminatory and could incite hate crimes.

  • A Kashmiri shepherd guarding his flock against deadly predators while they are carelessly browsing at Nagbal village of Anantnag district some 70 kilometers from summer capital of Indian occupied Kashmir.Being Prophet's profession sheep rearing is wholeheartedly practiced in some parts of the valley

  • Taxi stop in Naples where a procession of taxi drivers is directed at the party headquarters to protest the Prefecture (Prefettura) in Piazza Plebiscito.

  • Volunteers and migrants of Baobab Experience clean up and settle the gardens and children's play areas in Colle Oppio, a hill near the Colosseum, a public symbolic area choice to bring together young volunteers, Italian European and international, engaged in a mini-camp Volunteering. Initiative organized by Legambiente, Lunaria, SCI, Baobab Experience, Erasmus Student Network ESN, Link-Network Knowledge, Arci Civil Service, Arci Roma, Alliance of European Voluntary Service Organizations, Civic Forum Europe, YAP Italy.

  • The Acropolis of Athens is an ancient citadel located on an extremely rocky outcrop above the city of Athens and contains the remains of several ancient buildings of great architectural and historic significance, the most famous being the Parthenon.

  • Anafiotika is a scenic tiny neighborhood of Athens, part of the old historical neighborhood called Plaka. It lies in northern east side of the Acropolis hill. The first houses were built in the era of Otto of Greece, when workers from the island of Anafi came to Athens in order to work as construction workers in the refurbishment of King Othon's Palace.[1] The first two inhabitants were listed as G. Damigos, carpenter, and M. Sigalas, construction worker. Soon, workers from other Cycladic islands also started to arrive there, to work as carpenters or even stone and marble workers, in a further building reconstruction period in Athens, but also in the following era after the end of the reign of King Otto.

  • World Water Day is held annually on 22 March as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources. The theme for World Water Day in 2017 is 'Wastewater', highlighting how wastewater is perceived as a valuable resource and its safe management as an efficient investment in the health of humans and ecosystems.

  • The first day off fishing red tuna in Canary islands , ships arrives at the Los Cristianos port in south Tenerife with the appreciated fish that is used to make sushi.

  • Tonight at Mother museum was presented the book Redemption (Iemme editions, 2016) of the Brazilian photographer Salvino Campos. They will discuss with the artist and the critic Mario Franco Angela Tecce, director of the Royal Site of Carditello Foundation, introduced by the Director of MADRE Andrea Viliani museum.

  • Filipinos daily life in Quezon City, Philippines.

  • Kashmiri farmers sprays pesticides on apple trees in an apple orchard on the outskirts of Anantnag district some 70 kilometers from summer capital of Indian occupied Kashmir.Spring is a busy season in the apple orchard.it is a good idea to perform an additional dormant oil spray the apple tree with fixed copper to control fire blight.Fixed copper spray also controls brown rot and should be applied from mid-February to the end of March.Spring is also the time to control apple scab and powdery mildew.For this, you'll use a fungicide spray and apply it several times.When the swelling buds take on a pale green coloring and again when the flower buds turn pink,just before they open. Reapply the fungicide spray every 10 days until spring rains…

  • Workers installing insulators on the Extra High-Voltage Air Line tower in Jakarta. The Indonesian government in cooperation with the private sector, is trying to build 309 power plants with a total capacity of 35,000 mega watts, with a target completion by 2019. The project, known as the project's 35,000 MW, a government effort to meet the electricity needs for 5 years from 2014 to 2019 whose needs are predicted to average 7,000 MW per year in line with the assumption of economic growth of 7-9 percent

  • A protest in Piazza del Gesù, in Naples, against the decrees of the “Buona Scuola”. The protesters, carrying banners of Cobas, protesting against the law 107.

  • People walks under snow squall in Ulus, a historical quarter in Ankara. Citizens of Turkey will vote on April 16 to the constitutional referendum.

  • Workers are busy in making new books as the new educational year started at Rawalpindi.

  • Pedestrians crossing the road using the pedestrian bridge, with traffic jams seen below, in the capital Jakarta. Based on the Traffic Index 2017 released by TomTom, a GPS company based in the Netherlands, Jakarta is a city with the third highest rate of traffic congestion in the world after Mexico and Bangkok, from a survey in 309 cities in 48 countries around the world. According to the Directorate of Traffic of Jakarta Metro Police, traffic congestion in the capital due to the imbalance between the growth of the highway which is only 0.01 percent per year with a growth of vehicle that reaches 7-9 percent per year.

  • Caserta, this evening was presented the book “The Neapolitan Cuisine Luciano Pignataro”. The presentation is in the place of the star’s restaurant chef Rosanna Marziale, in Viale Giulio Douhet. The tables of the speakers are Antonio Limone- Director Zooprofilattico Portici, Franco Pepe Maestro Pizzaiolo, Domenico Raimondo- President Consortium of DOP Buffalo Mozzarella, and Lorenzo Iuliano.

  • Inaugural Myer Fashion Runway Show. The Face of Myer Jennifer Hawkins, Myer Ambassador Kris Smith and Special Guest Model Tim Robards graced the Myer Fashion Runway at Myer Sydney flagship store. The inaugural Myer Autumn 2017 Fashion Runway event allows a ‘see, try and buy’ retail experience with customers able to purchase their favourite looks straight off the catwalk.

  • Mayor Bill de Blasio hosted a town hall meeting with Councilman Corey Johnson on March 15, 2017; at the NYC Lab School for Collaborative Studies in Chelsea to discuss neighborhood issues, offering an opportunity for New Yorkers to ask questions and bring concerns to the Mayor and his administration. Homelessness, affordable housing, education and quality of life were the main issues discussed.

  • A construction worker working on a scaffold in Madrid.

  • Newar girls attended a Bel Bibaha (marriage ceremony) in Nala, Kavre. Bel Bibaha is a ceremony in Newari community of Nepal were pre-adolescent girls will be married to the Bel (fruit of wood apple tree) fruit. Normally Newar girls will be married thrice.

  • A procession of devotees, a chariot of Machhendranath, and idol of Dipankar Buddha around the village. Machhendranath was known as the god of rain and various Machhendranaths of the valley worshiped in a different time.

  • Daily life in Kashmir.

  • An official from the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics marks a house after collecting information from a resident during a census as army slodier stands guard in Attack. Pakistan on March 15 launched its first census in nearly two decades, with security high as thousands of enumerators backed by the military began the enormous, politically-charged count

  • During winter storm Stella

  • Japan Hanami season around Kyoto's district and in Arashiyama.

  • Some pictures of Hanami season along Hiroshima and Miyajima Island on March 2016 in Japan.

  • Workers apply paint on a statue at Quiapo Church in Manila, Philippines on Monday.

  • Hindu devotees burn the ceremonial pole known as 'Chir' to mark the end of Holi festival for this year in Kathmandu,Nepal. Holi festival, also known as the festival of colours.

  • A Bangladeshi boy daily life in Buriganga River.

  • A day with migrants organized by volunteers of Baobab Experience, with collecting and distributing clothes donated by the people of Rome, social lunch, artistic performances and public assembly at the demonstration on March 25 against Europe

  • People take part in celebration of the Holi festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, Holi is a Hindu spring festival in Nepal, also known as the "festival of colours" or the "festival of love", celebrated in India too.

  • Italian rapper Fedez and J.Ax opened their resounding "Comunisti col rolex tour" with an expected sold out at Pala Alpitour. Music, determination and special effects have enchanted the audience.

  • On the Eve of Purim people gathered in the International Synagogue in Tel Aviv to read the Megillah and celebrate this Jewish festivity which mandates costumes, drinking and a happy spirit.

  • Napoli clashes at anti-Salvini parade. Clashes between police and protesters of anti Salvini near the “Mostra d'Oltremare di Napoli”, by throwing molotov cocktails and stones with agents in riot trim.

  • This afternoon in Naples the leader of the Northern League Matteo Salvini, was in Naples for a rally community centers organized a demonstration order not to make the political anti south. at the end of the social center were infiltrated a hundred Black Block who started throwing Molotov cocktails paper bombs at the police, so there was the need to load the protesters who have done damage to hundreds of thousands of euro.

  • A Child is working in a silver factory near Keraniganjg. Many child labor work on this types small factories.

  • United Kingdom show their entry with the creativity of light (fireworks) and music show during “The 8th Philippine International Pyromusical Competition” at the seaside of Mall of Asia (MOA) in Pasay City on March 11, 2017. On March 18, 2017 (Saturday) the last day of the competition and it will be performed between Australia and Philippines.

  • Kashmiri farmers harvesting paddy. The major crop of the valley and boom of agriculture in Kashmir. Paddy Cultivation has immensely contributed to the economy of the state for centuries but the future of paddy cultivation is already in a state uncertainty.

  • An Italian Warship, ITS Carabiniere F593, docked at the Jakarta International Container Terminal pier in the port of Tanjung Priok, Jakarta. The visit this Italian frigates, as an effort to strengthen the relationship between Italy and the Indonesian navy. During her visit, which was planned for 4 days in Indonesia (March 9 to 13), ITS Carabiniere also opens the opportunity for the public to tour around the ship. ITS Carabiniere is an anti-submarine warship that has been delivered to the Italian Navy in April 2015, as the fourth FREMM (European Multi-Mission Frigate) of ten to be commissioned. Fitted with a latest generation platform and combat system based on state-of-the-art military and civil standard, ITS Carabiniere become a new generation…

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