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A woman looks at the "Mirror Maze (Dead Eyes Live)" an installation by artist Tony Oursler, part of the Les Citoyens exhibition in Milan, Italy.

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"Sense of Space, Connectome Architecture + Molecular Architecture by Refik Anadol and Gokhan S. Hotamisligil is displayed at the exhibition "How will we live together?" at the Arsenale, during a press preview of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition.

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Visitors are reflected in a mirror of an installation of Great Britain's Pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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People are seen through a reproduction of the fresco by 18th Century Venetian painter Gian Battista Tiepolo's "The New World", placed at the entrance of France's Pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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A man walks inside Denmark's Pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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A woman visits Great Britain's pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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The installation "Border Ecologies And The Gaza Strip" is displayed at the Giardini during the exhibition "How will we live together?" at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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The installation "How we will leave together Chilean and Mapuche?", by Chilean studio Elemental, is seen during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?" at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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Visitors look at the installation "Entanglement", showing how a data cloud appears in reality, in Ireland's pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?" of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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A woman is seen through a doorway at the Turkish Pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?" at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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A visitor stands by the installation "Hacking (the Resort)" by Patti Anahory and Cesar Schofield Cardoso, from Cape Verde, displayed during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?" of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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Visitors walk around the "Material Culture: Rethinking the physical substrate for living together" installation during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", part of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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Visitors walk around the "Material Culture: Rethinking the physical substrate for living together" installation during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", part of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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A woman is framed as she visits Egypt's pavilion during a press preview of the exhibition "How will we live together?", at the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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"Imagined Households/Intensified References" by Luis Rojo and Begona Fernandez-Shaw from Spain is displayed at the exhibition "How will we live together?" at the Arsenale, during a press preview of the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy.

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A woman is reflected as she walks past the pavilion of Finland, Norway and Sweden during a press preview of the Biennale International Architecture, in Venice, Italy.

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The Nordic countries' pavilion, at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the press.

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The central pavilion at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the press.

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People visit a typical Japanese wooden house in pieces, part of the exhibition "co-ownership of action: Trajectories of Elements" at the Japanese Pavillon at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the press.

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People watch the installation "the world turned inside out" by Bimal Mendis and Joyce Hsiang at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the press.

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People visit the "American Framing" at the United Stateds Pavillon, at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the press.

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People watch an installation with plastic bags created by Museo Aero Solar in Argentina, at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the media.

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A woman walks past the installation "Uncertainly" in the Spanish Pavillon at the Biennale International Architecture exhibition, in Venice, Italy, during a preview for the media.

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The sculpture "Der Manipulator" (the manipulater) by Markus Meyle is flown to the Guschakopf hill, pictured prior the international outdoor art exhibition "Bad Ragartz", in Bad Ragaz, Switzerland. The exhibtion officially opens May 8, 83 artist of 16 countries display their work.

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Two women walk through the art work 'A Bouquet of Love I Saw in the Universe' by Yayoi Kusama during the press preview of a retrospective exhibition of the Japanese artist at the Martin Gropius Bau museum in Berlin, Germany.

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People walk through the art work 'THE SPIRITS OF THE PUMPKINS DESCENDED INTO THE HEAVENS' by Yayoi Kusama, during the press preview of a retrospective exhibition of the Japanese artist at the Martin Gropius Bau museum in Berlin, Germany.

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A woman stays inside a new 'Infinity Mirror Room' by Yayoi Kusama, during the press preview of a retrospective exhibition of the Japanese artist at the Martin Gropius Bau museum in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition will run from April 23 to August 15, 2021.

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President Ram Nath Kovind witnesses the President’s Polo Cup Exhibition Match at PBG Parade Ground in New Delhi.

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Union Minister for Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Information & Broadcasting and Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, Prakash Javadekar visits the photo exhibition, on the occasion of the ‘Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’ India@75, in New Delhi.

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Army display weapons and war equipment during Swarnim Vijay Varsh to commemorate the golden jubilee of 1971 Liberation War, in Kolkata.

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A girl checks out a weapon at an Army exhibition organised to commemorate the golden jubilee of 1971 Liberation War in Kolkata.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits an exhibition of innovations by our armed forces during Combined Commanders’ Conference at Kevadia, in Narmada district.

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Dinesh K Patnaik, DG, ?ICCR at inauguration of YAJNASENI - an art exhibition, where 24 female artists showcased their art, in New Delhi.

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Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar and GOC-in-C of Eastern Command Lt Gen Anil Chauhan during inauguration of the exhibition "Nirbhik Subhas" at Victoria Memorial, in Kolkata.

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Uttar Pradesh Governor Anandiben Patel with Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath visits a flower and vegetable exhibition at Raj Bhawan, in Lucknow.

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Visitors wearing face masks to help curb the spread of the coronavirus line up to enter an exhibition held at the Forbidden City in Beijing. China on Saturday reported over a two dozen new confirmed coronavirus infections, all of which the National Health Commission said were in patients who contracted the virus abroad.

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Attendees wearing face masks to protect against the coronavirus watch a presentation by auto maker Geely at the Beijing International Automotive Exhibition, also known as Auto China, in Beijing.

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BJP President JP Nadda during inauguration of an exhibition on Seva Saptah week, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modis birthday, that falls on September 17, at BJP office in New Delhi.

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BJP President JP Nadda during inauguration of an exhibition on Seva Saptah week, ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modis birthday, that falls on September 17, at BJP office in New Delhi.

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Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy and BJP MP Vijay Goyal at the inauguration of an exhibition on 'Excesses of Emergency', in New Delhi.

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Students visit an exhibition of weapons and replica of forts belonging to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, ahead of Shivaji Jayanti, in Thane.

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Models stand near a racing car at the JK Motor sports pavilion during the Auto Expo in Greater Noida. The weeklong auto show, which will attract hundreds of thousands of visitors, officially opens on Friday.

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A model poses for photographs with the newly launched Piaggio SXR 160 two-wheeler at the Auto Expo 2020, in Greater Noida.

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Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan unveils the new Hyundai Creta at the Auto Expo 2020, in Greater Noida.

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People visit the 34th International Surajkund crafts mela, in Faridabad.

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Foreign exhibitors, wearing masks, arrive at the Surajkund International Arts and Crafts Mela 2020, in Faridabad.

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Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar and his wife Pratibha Pawar during the inauguration of a painting exhibition on the lives of Konkan women farmers by eminent artist Mamta Chitnis Sen at Jehangir Art Gallery, in Mumbai.

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Rajasthan Deputy Chief Minister Sachin Pilot visit roadside exhibition outside the Rajasthan University, in Jaipur.

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Union Minister for Environment, Forest & Climate Change, Information & Broadcasting and Heavy Industries and Public Enterprise, Prakash Javadekar (C) at the inauguration of the Elecrama 2020, at India Expo Mart, in Greater Noida. Minister of State for Power, New & Renewable Energy (Independent Charge) and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Raj Kumar Singh (2nd L) and other dignitaries are also seen.

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A woman sits between room dividers on folding furniture, all made from light paper and textiles by Canadian design and production studio molo at the start of the international furnishing show imm cologne at the fair halls in Cologne, Germany.

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A business man waits for customers under hand made glass decorations of Serip design from Portugal at the start of the international furnishing show imm cologne at the fair halls in Cologne, Germany.

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A colorful rabbit decoration is on display at the start of the international furnishing show imm cologne at the fair halls in Cologne, Germany.

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Patrons take photos of Royole's fully flexible display and sensor technologies in an artistic tree decorated with some 1,000 screens of fully flexible displays during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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Participants slide down a slide at the Google Assistant exhibition during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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The BladeScan smart adaptive headlight is on display at the Koito and NAL booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The new Sublue prototype Nano underwater photography robot moves around in a tank of water during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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People hold the Qoobo tailed cushion at the Yukai Engineering booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas. The Qoobo is a therapeutic robot in the form of a cushion with a tail. When caressed, it wags its tail.

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The Gatebox, a voice-powered home assistant with virtual character, appears on display during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The device works like a home assistant or smart speaker, but with a virtual interactive character.

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Hyun-Suk Kim, president and CEO of the Consumer Electronics Division at Samsung, holds Ballie, an AI rolling robot during a Samsung keynote before the CES tech show, in Las Vegas.

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People interact with a Lovot robot during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Sureflap Microchip Pet Door Connect is on display at the Sure Petcare booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas. The door opens using the specific microchip in your pet and is also app controlled.

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The Elvie Trainer smart pelvic floor exerciser and app are on display during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Pecola robot, left, and the Mobile Arm Robot System are on display at the Industrial Technology Research Institute booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The Pecola collects and analyzes lifestyle factors and can detect abnormal behaviors in older adults and send alerts for early treatment and accident prevention. The Mobile Arm Robot System is designed for service robot applications and living assistance.

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Francesca Vengel demonstrates the YouCam makeup App at the Perfect booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Wayzn Slide smart sliding glass door opener is on display at the Wayzn booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas. The device will open a sliding door via motion, mobile app or pet collars.

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The Opte, a beauty device for age spot removal and facial toning, is demonstrated during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Oral B iO smart toothbrush is on display during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Gillette Heated Razor is on display during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Gillette Treo razor is on display during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Pampers Lumi connected diaper is on display during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Willow third-generation smart breast pump is on display during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Animo pet behavior monitor is on display at the Sure Petcare booth during CES Unveiled before CES International, in Las Vegas. The device records pet behavior and sends the information to an app.

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Picnic's pizza-making robot makes a pizza at a food vendor's booth during the CES tech show, in Las Vegas.

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The Bot Air air filtering robot is displayed in the Samsung booth at the CES tech show, in Las Vegas.

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The Charmin RollBot is on display during a Procter & Gamble news conference before CES International, in Las Vegas.

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The Anova smart oven and steamer is on display during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Cuzen Matcha Maker, an automatic matcha maker, appears on display at the Cuzen Matcha booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas.

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The Smart Baby Monitor appears on display at the Cubo Ai booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The device's face detection technology alerts you if it recognizes that your baby's mouth and nose may be covered.

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The Reachy robot appears on display at the Pollen Robotics booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas.

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The CarePredict Tempo Series 3 appears on display at the CarePredict booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The wearable device for seniors detects changes in the senior's activity and can alert caregivers and family via an app.

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People watch as the Bot Chef makes coffee during a demonstration at the Samsung booth during the CES tech show in Las Vegas. The robot is designed to help with cooking tasks, not to make a meal all on it's own.

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A man demonstrates the UrgoNight device at the UrgoNight booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The device is designed to teach your brain to sleep better using electroencephalogram measurements and app-based brain exercises.

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A patron uses the AISIN ILY-A Shopping Mobility Partner scooter at the AISIN booth during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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Panasonic VR glasses are on display in the Panasonic booth at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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The LG connected self-driving electric car concept is on display in the LG booth at the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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People check out the Pudu delivery robots at the Pudu booth during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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Several Robosen T9 programmable robots move in unison at the Robosen booth during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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Eric Lynn lifts a 50 pound suitcase with the help of a powered arm similar to the Sarcos Robotics Guardian XO at the Delta Airlines booth during the CES tech show. in Las Vegas. The full-body version of the exoskeleton is designed to boost the user's strength and endurance.

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A man demonstrates the Omron Complete blood pressure monitor and EKG at the Omron booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The device uses the OMRON Connect app on your smartphone to use the EKG feature and store, track and share heart health data.

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The Neofect Smart Glove stroke rehab device is demonstrated at the Neofect booth during CES Unveiled before CES International in Las Vegas. The glove connects to an app and allows the user to play games and connect remotely with a therapist to rehab after a stroke.

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A full-sized model of the S-A1 urban air taxi concept is on display at the Hyundai Motor Company booth during the CES tech show in Las Vegas.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi at restored 'Old Currency Building' during inauguration of 'Ghare-Baire'- an exhibition of art, in Kolkata.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi at restored 'Old Currency Building' during inauguration of 'Ghare-Baire'- an exhibition of art, in Kolkata.

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Dancers perform before Prime Minister Narendra Modi at restored 'Old Currency Building' during inauguration of 'Ghare-Baire'- an exhibition of art in Bengal, in Kolkata.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks on after unveiling an art installation during inauguration of 'Ghare-Baire'- an exhibition of art in Bengal from 18th till 20th century, in Kolkata. West Bengal Governor Jagdeep Dhankar is also seen.

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A painting of artist Haku Shah displayed at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA). The late artist Haku Shah's deep connect with Gandhi and Gandhism is being showcased at an exhibition, "Iss ghat Antar Baag Bagiche" (In this vessel lie groves and gardens), that was unveiled at the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA).

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Trees and balls are illuminated at the "Winter Lights" exhibition in the Palmengarten park in Frankfurt, Germany.

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Swedish King Carl XVI Gustaf at an exhibiton before a round table dialogue on 'Tracking Air Pollution and Adopting Circular Economy Approaches', in New Delhi.

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Vice Chairman/Mng Dir of JK Paper Ltd Harsh Pati Singhania flanked by President of Indian Agro and Recycled Paper Mills Association Pramod Agarwal and President of APRIL Group Praveen Singhavi during the inauguration of 14th International Exhibition and Conference on Pulp, Paper and Allied Industries at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

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Governor of Chhattisgarh Anusuiya Uikey and the Minister of State for Tribal Affairs, Renuka Singh visit the National Tribal Festival “Aadi Mahotsav - 2019”, organised by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs, in New Delhi.

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