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  • Students accompanied by members of the TNI study online at the 110th TNI Manunggal Build Village (TMMD) Post in Parepare City, South Sulawesi. In the midst of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the Posko (TMMD) provides free wifi for students who are constrained by the cost of internet quota to study online.

  • Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and former Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje being administered the COVID-19 vaccine, during a countrywide inoculation drive, at SMS Hospital in Jaipur. The second phase of the COVID-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above.

  • The atmosphere of trading activities amid the Corona virus pandemic in traditional markets, Kramat Jati Main Market, East Jakarta, Indonesia, Wednesday (3/3/2021).

  • The first dose of mass vaccination for the elderly in high school amidst the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Jakarta. The elderly group is a priority target in the first stage of the advanced Covid-19 vaccination in Indonesia.

  • Rag pickers in kashmir valley living in different parts of the outskirts of Srinagar city. they collect all the waste products from the residential areas of Srinagar city and keep them near their living area where from they sort these waste products and sell them to the different product companies which they recycle after collecting them from these rag pickers.These things helps in keeping environment clean and making of new harmful products such as polythene bags and plastic bottles when they were recycled no such products will be made if these products were recycled continuously.

  • Senior citizens being administered COVID-19 vaccine during a countrywide inoculation drive at Government hospital in Beawar. The second phase of the Covid-19 vaccination drive started for people 60 years of age and above. 70 years old Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also received his first dose of Corona vaccine at AIIMS in New Delhi on Monday.

  • Members of the Parepare Police, South Sulawesi take the Urine Test to anticipate drug abuse among the Police. In addition to the urine test, the Police of Parepare also used the Drugwipe method or a saliva detector.

  • By wearing a mask and implementing health protocols, a female dance coach and a girl in a traditional dance class practice Balinese traditional dances at a dance studio in the Tebet area, South Jakarta, Sunday (21/2/2021).

  • General students make "Alpana", a popular folk art form, on the premises of Shaheed Minar to commemorate International Mother Language Day. International Mother Language Day has been observed annually since 2000 to promote peace and multilingualism around the world and to protect all mother languages. It is observed on February 21 to recognize the 1952 Bengali Language Movement.

  • Sit-in in Rome in front of the Palazzo di Montecitorio organized by the volunteers of the Fridays For Future Rome movement, one month before the next Global Climate Strike, which will be on 19 March 2021, to report their ecological claims to Mario Draghi Government

  • A procession has been organized to save the Jalangi river, an initiative of the students of the Tehatta region with the support of "Jalangi Nodi bachao committee" (Save the Jalangi River) at Tehatta, West Bengal; India on 17/02/2020. There they performed self-composed river awareness-based dance, songs, recitations, plays and at the end lighting earthen lamps. Once Jalangi was a full-flowing river but now the river is full of sediments and has lost its depth. The river is breaking its side portions every day. The intense pressure of growing populations, industrialization, unrestricted excavation and unplanned development is seriously showing in terms of both quality and quantity of water the rivers provide. Jalangi River…

  • Workers are drying Batik clothes under the sun in an open field as part of the process of creating traditional Batik. In this techniques wax is used to create stunning patterns on a huge scale. The wax prevents the dye from penetrating the area it is placed on, allowing workers to create amazingly complex multi-colored designs. Then, they soak the cloths in a dying emulsion before rolling the large cotton, silk, or wool cloths in the hot sun to dry.

  • Public anger growing across the country against Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India. Many people lost their incomes almost after COVID-19 lockdown and government increase price of petrol, diesel and gas cylinder everyday. Now anger is starting to surface in key states at a leader who won his second term in office with a sweeping majority. Today, Congress party activists demonstrate with a bike on bullock cart on road during a protest against Modi government after hike in fuel prices, in Beawar, Rajasthan, India on Wednesday, February 17, 2021. Protesters chanting slogans against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his ruling BJP party. Youth Congress president Bhupendra Panwar wearing facemask of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi presents…

  • Most of the country has been dressed in "white" due to the bad weather "Medea". Attica region in the last hours is facing heavy snowfall that has caused many serious problems mainly in the electricity network and transportation .

  • Pakistani students going to school during the fog engulfs the provincial capital city Lahore on february 16, 2021. Commuters on their way during the intensity of the fog, visibility was reduced low, making it difficult for vehicles to maneuver on the roads. The traffic police have issued safety guidelines for people after the fog rolled into the city. "Fog has its own criteria under which it develops the visibility must reduce to less than 1 kilometre, the humidity levels must be more than 90 per cent, the air must be still and the sky clear. (Photo by Rana Sajid Hussain/Pacific Press Agency)

  • The Team for the Acceleration of Covid-19 Handling of the Pinrang Regency, sprayed disinfectants in the detention room and the Head of the Pinrang Police, South Sulawesi.

  • Street vendors, some of them illegal, overtaking streets of Bensonhurst trying to survive during pandemic time. Folding tables, closing racks, boxes with merchandise blocking pedestrians from walking freely on the street.

  • A strange phenomenon for Naples and the Neapolitans: snow falls on the streets of the city.

  • Polish women protest in Berlin, Solidemo.

  • Micro PPKM is the government's effort to overcome and stop the spread of Covid-19, especially in Madiun Regency. Everyone hopes that the establishment of this micro PPKM post can increase public awareness in implementing health protocols

  • On the first day of Chinese New Year celebrations during the Covid-19 pandemic. Chinese New Year is the most important festival in the Chinese calendar and is widely celebrated throughout the country.

  • Pozzuoli (Naples) summit on bradyseism and prevention organized by the Department of Civil Protection (Protezione Civile)

  • Blizzard in 2021 in Norwalk, CT, USA

  • The Health Office of the Special Capital Region of Jakarta provides a special mass vaccination injection for health workers who work in health facilities for the Special Capital Region of Jakarta.

  • Shikara sailing in the Dal lake with a beautiful sunset on Saturday, February 26, 2021. Kashmir valley recently witnessed the harshest Chilai Kalan in the last 30 years during which low temperatures caused freezing of water bodies including Dal Lake.

  • Congress workers polishes shoes and sold fishes during a protest against Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government over alleged unemployment after union budget 2021, in Beawar. Youth activists also beat their chest with raise slogans against BJP and PM Modi. Congress said, Budget is a betrayal of people and it will benefit only rich. Instead of putting cash in hands of poor, government is handing over country's assets to capitalists. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday presented first-ever digital Union Budget.

  • Stray dog are seen eating garbage in Binangonan, Rizal on February 3, 2021. Months after the strong of Typhoon Ulysses on November 2020, parts of Binangonan Fishport are still in gutter deep flood because of the clogged drainage cause by waste.

  • Fisherman in Binangonan, Rizal catching fish for their food. Some of the food resources of the people living in the vicinity of Binangonan, Rizal are in the Laguna Lake. They are free to catch fishes in the lake for their daily food.

  • Health workers evacuate a resident suspected of having the Covid-19 at Jatiwaringin Asri Housing, Bekasi, Indonesia, to be taken to a special referral hospital for Covid-19 patients. The Covid-19 case in Indonesia has not shown signs of decreasing. In fact, in recent times the cases have even jumped sharply.

  • Medical personnel inject the Covid-19 Sinovac vaccine into officers, medical personnel and health workers in Parepare City, South Sulawesi.

  • An Anganwadi health worker administers polio vaccine drops to a child at a slum area during Pulse Polio eradication program in Beawar.

  • The view on the way by train from Bojonegoro, East Java, Indonesia to Jakarta.

  • Sunset view of Badshahi Mosque; it is one of the few architectural monuments built during Emperor Aurangzeb's rule from the year 1658 to 1707. It is presently the fifth largest mosque in the world and was indisputably the largest mosque in the world from 1673 to 1986 when the Faisal Mosque was constructed in Islamabad.

  • Student Graduation Ceremony with the Pandemic period health protocol at the State Islamic University of Palembang, South Sumatra, Saturday, January 30, 2021

  • Pakistani villagers busy in their routine work during dense fog on a cold winter morning in suburb of Lahore. The intensity of the fog, visibility was reduced to zero, making it difficult for vehicles and people to maneuver on the roads, the humidity levels must be more than 90 per cent, the air must be still and the sky clear.

  • Passengers cross over Shitalakshya River by boats without social distancing on a densely foggy morning amid the COVID-19 crisis. Bangladesh's Covid-19 tally of cases climbed up to 531,799 with no new infections being reported in a day. 476,413 people have recovered so far pushing the national recovery rate to 89.6 per cent.

  • The first dissections on the carcass of the whale found dead last Thursday in the waters of the port of Sorrento are underway in the port of Naples. The examinations will provide further clarification on the death. This is what Raffaele di Palma reports to ANSA, which takes care of the communication of the Amp (Marine Protected Area) Punta Campanella between the Sorrento and Amalfi coasts. A first hypothesis has it that the animal was killed by a virus, the so-called whale measles. The length of the mammal, a fin whale that could be a hybrid between the two most frequent races in the Mediterranean, is 19.85 meters, a measure that, pending a final confirmation, would make it the largest fin whale ever recorded in the whole Mediterranean. From…

  • Like a funeral procession, in the night, on a mirror of black sea. The whale that died last Thursday in the waters of the port of Sorrento crossed the gulf, transported by a convoy of boats, the CP267 and CP532 patrol boats of the coast guard, arriving this morning in Naples. The challenge, which was not an easy one, which began during the night, involved vehicles and men from the port authorities of Castellammare and Naples, coordinated by the Maritime Direction. The arrival, at the San Vincenzo pier, then at the Megaride shipyards. An autopsy will be carried out on the animal, and then proceed to the museum, as also requested by the Punta Campanella Marine Park, which has followed the stages of recovery step by step. The tests will provide…

  • Congress workers raise slogans and burn effigy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and Senior Journalist Arnab Goswami at a protest against BJP over WhatsApp chats between Republic TV editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami and former BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta, which allegedly indicate leak of classified information, in Beawar.

  • Rajasthan Health Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma offer condolences to family members of victims, who were killed after a bus caught fire in Rajasthan's Jalore district late Saturday night, in Beawar.

  • Environmental activists rally to demand Build Back Fossil Free in front of New York Stock Exchange. Rally was organized by Food & Water Watch, New York Communities for Change and 350 NYC. Activists demand that President-elect Biden to take immediate executive action to divert the country from a destructive fossil-fueled economy.

  • Covishield vaccines has been given to health workers fighting at the forefront of this covid19 pandemic .

  • Volunteers provide trauma healing to children affected by the 6.2 magnitude earthquake in the District, Mamuju, West Sulawesi, Indonesia.

  • Schools in Rajasthan opened for classes 9 to 12 on January 18, 10 months after they were closed due to coronavirus pandemic. Students were given a warm welcome by Teachers at schools. Teachers ensured they wore masks and maintained social distancing. State government has allowed schools to reopen with each room having 50 per cent seating capacity and students attending classes with the consent of their parents.

  • A 4th alarm fire hits paint warehouse in Pasig City, Philippines on 7:16 PM. Authorities announced that fire is under control around 9 PM. Investigation is still under process on what is the main reason of fire.

  • High voltage electricity wires pass dangerously over houses at Krishna Colony in Beawar. Six people were burnt to death and 19 others injured after a private bus came in contact with an high voltage line and caught fire in Rajasthan's Jalore district late Saturday night. Bus filled with Jain pilgrims, was travelling from Jalore to Beawar.

  • Workers use excavators to clean debris from the 6.2 magnitude earthquake to search for victims in Mamuju, West Sulawesi. Until now, the 6.2 magnitude earthquake has killed at least 73 people.

  • Health workers in Hazmat suits at the Emergency Hospital as well as an isolation room for People without Covid-19 Symptoms at the Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi, West Java. Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi City, has become an emergency hospital as well as an isolation room for people without symptoms of Covid-19. The Bekasi City Government has prepared a treatment area and isolation room for patients without symptoms of Covid-19 in this stadium, to accommodate residents who cannot carry out independent isolation at home.

  • Medical officers in Hazmat suits lead morning exercises for Covid-19 patients with asymptomatic status undergoing independent isolation at the Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi City. Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi City, has become an emergency hospital as well as an isolation room for people without symptoms of Covid-19. The Bekasi City Government has prepared a treatment area and isolation room for patients without symptoms of Covid-19 in this stadium, to accommodate residents who cannot carry out independent isolation at home.

  • Slamet Sugiyanto, 65 years old, a patient with no symptoms of Covid-19, is sunbathing while practicing Shorinji Kempo martial arts at the Patriot Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi, West Java. Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi City, has become an emergency hospital as well as an isolation room for people without symptoms of Covid-19. The Bekasi City Government has prepared a treatment area and isolation room for patients without symptoms of Covid-19 in this stadium, to accommodate residents who cannot carry out independent isolation at home.