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Afternoon Thwack To Gabba Manicured Melbourne Cricket Ground it is not, only a girls’ cricket camp in grassy, autumnal Delhi. Australan PM Julia Gillard cheers a swift run from leg slip, the ball tapped lightly by a girl who probably would never have a bat of her own.

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A combo picture shows how Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard slipped on her heel and fell while she was walking away from the Gandhi Memorial at Rajghat in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard arrives with Minister for Commerce and Industry Anand Sharma to attend a meet with business leaders in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard receives a memento from Rajnish Kumar, Secretary of the Gandhi Samadhi Committee, at the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, center, accompanied by unidentified children pays floral respects at the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi.

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UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi shakes hands with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard before a meeting in New Delhi.

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President Pranab Mukherjee with Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard at a meeting at Rashtrapati Bhawan in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard paying homage to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat in New Delhi.

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Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard holds up a bat during a visit to a cricket camp for underprivileged children at Vasant Vihar in New Delhi.

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Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard watches a girls playing cricket during a visit to a cricket camp for underprivileged children at Vasant Vihar in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard interacts with children during a visit to Asha project site, Sunlight Colony in New Delhi.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, left, is received by Telecom Minister Sachin Pilot as she arrives at the airport in New Delhi. Gillard is on a three-day visit to India.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard views flood damage from a helicopter above Wagga Wagga, Australia. Thousands of people have evacuated properties south west of Sydney as flood water swamps towns and farms.

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A man stacks newspapers displaying photos of Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and former Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd, at a train station in Sydney. Rudd, who resigned as foreign minister on Wednesday during an official visit to the U.S., told reporters in Washington that night that he thinks Labor will lose next year's elections if Gillard remains leader, and that government colleagues are encouraging him to run in a a leadership ballot.

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When Kirribilli Smiled His PM Julia Gillard may have fanned intrigue by siding with Dhoni in desiring to see Sachin get his 100th century. Aussie skipper Michael Clarke hadn’t been too worried, though. His boys have justified that confidence.

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MS Dhoni shakes hands with his Australian counterpart Micheal Clarke as Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard smiles during a meeting in Sydney.

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President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard share a laugh with Australian troops during a visit to Royal Army Air Force Base in Darwin, Australia.

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U.S. President Barack Obama waves after signing a guest book as Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard stands at right at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia.

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U.S. President Barack Obama is kissed by Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard as he arrives in Canberra, Australia. Obama has fulfilled his promise to visit Australia after a long delay, arriving in the capital city of Canberra afternoon for day and a half trip focused on renewing bonds with an exceptionally close U.S. ally.

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Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, center, speaks with Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during a round table meeting at a G20 summit in Cannes, France. Leaders from within troubled Europe and far beyond are working on ways the International Monetary Fund could do more to calm Europe's debt crisis.

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In this undated TV image provided by the Australia Broadcasting Corporation actors Amanda Bishop, left, and Phil Lloyd acted out a scene from their comedy show "At Home With Julia," a satirical series about Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and her partner Tim Mathieson. Gillard said, that she did not plan to watch the TV program showing two comedians playing her and her partner blanketed by the national flag after having sex on her office floor.

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