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A police official arranges seized unaccounted cash from a Sangrur resident, in Patiala.

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BJP leaders Vijay Goel and Manoj Tiwary during the Anti-black Money Day rally to mark the first anniversary of Demonetisation announcement, in New Delhi.

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Delhi lawyer Rohit Tandon, arrested in connection the money laundering case, is taken away from Enforcement Directorate (ED) office, in New Delhi.

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Navi Mumbai Police arrest six persons and seized new currency notes worth Rs 35 Lakhs and 2 Kgs of Gold Bars, in Navi Mumbai.

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Mahila Congress workers protest against Black Money issue ouside BJP headquarters, in New Delhi.

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Police showing currency notes worth Rs 35 lakh seized from a truck, in Jodhpur.

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Stacks of currency notes that was found at Rohit Tandon's Greater Kailash residence during a raid by Delhi Police crime branch. Cash worth Rs 13.65 cr, including at least Rs 2.61 cr in new Rs 2,000 currency notes were recovered.

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Rashtrawadi Aam Yuva activists take out a march in support of the demonetization of old Rs 1000 and Rs 500 currency notes in Patna, Bihar.

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Traffic chaos due to a protest march by BJP workers during the Sankalp March to fight against Black Money & Corrupation, in New Delhi.

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Police personals showing 11 lakh currency notes belived to be black money from a UP resident who arrived here at Amritsar railway station.

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Youth march in support of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's initiative against black money at Rajpath, in New delhi.

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School children participate in an awareness campaign on "Fight Against Black Money & Corruption on, Say No to Black Money" on the occasion of Children's Day, in Chennai.

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RPF team recovered more than one crore black money from Udhna Danapur Express in Danapur near Patna.

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Senior Superitendant of Police (SSP) of Ranchi Kuldeep Diwedi addressing the media persons after police sezied 25 lakh rupee currency and arrested four Maoists in Ranchi, Jharkhand.

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An auto driver refuses to take a Rs 500 from a passenger, in New Delhi.

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People queue up in front of an ATM in Ahmedabad.

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A policeman keeps a watch on people lined up outside an ATM to withdraw Rs 100 notes and deposit Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes in Chennai.

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People queue up in front of ATM in New Delhi to draw cash of Rs 100 denomination to skirt the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

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People queue up in front of ATM in New Delhi to draw cash of Rs 100 denomination to skirt the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes.

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Members of Youth Congress being detained by police during a protest against NDA Government over Agusta-Westland issue, in New Delhi.

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A woman holds a sign that reads in Spanish "Macri if you have any dignity, resign," during a protest against President Mauricio Macri outside the government in Buenos Aires..

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Thailand’s Anti-Money Laundering Office Secretary-General Seehanart Prayoonrat speaks to reporters during a press conference in Bangkok,. Authorities in Thailand are investigating 16 citizens with reported ties to offshore companies set up by a Panama-based law firm.

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President Mauricio Macri makes a statement at the government house in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Argentina's President Mauricio Macri gives a statement at the government house in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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Anti-fraud activists chant slogans while blocking entrances at Societe Generale's Paris headquarters as part of a protest accusing the French bank of ties to the so-called "Panama Papers" in Paris.

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Anti-fraud activists put stickers on ATM cash machine in the entrance hall while blocking entrances at Societe Generale's Paris headquarters as part of a protest accusing the French bank of ties to the so-called "Panama Papers" in Paris.

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Media surrounds Bjorn Wahlroos, the Chairman of the Board of Nordea, with questions about the so called "Panama Papers" in connection with Nordea as he arrives to the general meeting of the Finnish bio and forest industries company UPM in Helsinki, Finland.

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Panama's Cabinet Chief Alvaro Aleman, right, and Deputy Foreign Minister Luis Hincapie give a press conference regarding the "panama papers" in Panama City.

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A potted plant is placed at the entrance of the regional head office of Panama-based law firm Mossack Fonseca, one of the world's biggest creators of shell companies, in Hong Kong.

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People walk past the Arango Orillac Building which lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City.

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A marquee of the Arango Orillac Building lists the Mossack Fonseca law firm in Panama City.

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People gather to demonstrate against Iceland's prime minister, in Reykjavik. Iceland's prime minister insisted Monday he would not resign after documents leaked in a media investigation allegedly link him to an offshore company that could represent a serious conflict of interest, according to information leaked from a Panamanian law firm at the center of an international tax evasion scheme.

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Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party Vice President Rahul Gandhi with former prime minister Manmohan Singh, Ghulam Nabi Azad and AK Antony addressing a press meet at the party office after appearing in Patiala House Courts.

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Former prime minister Manmohan Singh with Congress President Sonia Gandhi and party Vice President Rahul Gandhi talks to newsmen, after attending a hearing in National Herald Case, at party office.

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Two colours A Youth Congress demonstration in Bangalore

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Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad leads a march to Raj Bhawan to protest against Centre’s policies on black money, Land Acquisition Bill and inflation, in Patna.

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Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Prasad leading a march to Raj Bhawan to protest against Centre’s policies on black money, Land Acquisition Bill and inflation, in Patna, Bihar.

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TMC MPs protest over black money issue in Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Samajwadi Party supremo, Mulayam Singh Yadav also joined Trinamool Congress MPs protest at the main entrance of Parliament against NDA Government on Black Money Issue in New Delhi.

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JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav with Trinamool Congress MPs protest at the main entrance of Parliament against NDA Government on Black Money Issue, in New Delhi.

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After black umbrellas, it was black shawls that Trinamool Congress members used in Lok Sabha to rake up the issue of black money at the Parliament, in New Delhi.

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Trinamool Congress MPs protest showing black umbrellas inside Lok Sabha at the Parliament house, in New Delhi. Stepping up attack on the government on the black money issue, TMC MPs blocked the main entrance of Parliament and threatened to derail House proceedings over the matter.

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TMC MPs protest over black money issue during the winter session of Parliament in New Delhi.

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Baba Ramdev, Anna Hazare and Ram Jethmalani at an anti-black money rally, 2011

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Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, briefly loses his balance as he walks back after addressing the media outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi. The Centre placed a list of names of 627 Indian account holders in HSBC bank, Geneva in blackmoney case before the Supreme Court which asked SIT to go through the list and take appropriate action in accordance with law.

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Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, center, addresses the media outside the Supreme Court in New Delhi. The Centre placed a list of names of 627 Indian account holders in HSBC bank, Geneva in blackmoney case before the Supreme Court which asked SIT to go through the list and take appropriate action in accordance with law.

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Radha Timblo, director of Timblo Private Ltd who has been named in the affidavit filed by the Centre in the Black money case, talking to the media in Panaji.

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Former Delhi chief minister and AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal showing the list of those who have bank accounts in foreign banks at a press conference, in New Delhi.

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Combo image: The government disclosed before the Supreme Court eight more names including that of Pradip Burman, one of Dabur India promoters, a bullion trader and Goa miners against whom it has started prosecution for allegedly stashing blackmoney in foreign banks. Rajkot-based bullion trader Pankaj Chimanlal Lodhya and Goa-based mining company Timblo Private Limited and its five Directors were among the names that figured in the list which was filed in the Supreme Court by the government.

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Police detain NSUI activists during a protest outside the residence of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh over the issue of black money in New Delhi.

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Chairman Justice (retd) M B Shah and Vice Chairman Justice (retd) Arijit Pasayat of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) on the issue of black money arrive to attend the first high level meeting of the pannel at North Block in New Delhi.

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Indian anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal at a press conference in New Delhi.

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Members of India Against Corruption Arvind Kejriwal, Prashant Bhushan and Shanti Bhushan at a press conference in New Delhi.

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Watched by Prashant Bhushan, left, and Manish Sisodia, right, Indian anti-corruption activist Arvind Kejriwal, addresses a press conference in New Delhi. Kejriwal today claimed that top industrialists have black money stashed away in Swiss Banks. He said that Rs 25 lakh crore illegal money is in Swiss banks and India's economic sovereignty is at threat.

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India Against Corruption's Arvind Kejriwal shows a document at a press conference in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev is offered fruit juice by children to end his hunger strike in New Delhi.

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Baba Ramdev waves to his supporters from the window of a bus after courting arrest during his march to the Parliament in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev, right in an orange robe, is detained by police in New Delhi. Ramdev was arrested along with his supporters when they tried to march towards Parliament on an anti-Congress plank demanding immediate steps to bring back black money and to protest against corruption.

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Baba Ramdev and former Army chief Gen. V K Singh being presented with a symbolic 'Key' during 4th day of his agitation against black money and corruption at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev addresses his supporters on the 3rd day of his fast over black money and corruption at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev holds a mace during the 2nd day of his agitation over corruption and black money at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev performs yoga with his supporters during an anti-corruption protest in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev addresses his supporters during the 2nd day of his agitation over corruption and black money at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev waves Tri-colours with supporters on the first day of his three-day fast in the issues of black money and corruption at Ramlila Ground in New Delhi.

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Supporters of yoga guru Baba Ramdev shout slogans during a mass anti-corruption protest, in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev gestures during a mass anti-corruption protest at the Ramlila ground, in New Delhi.

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Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev pays homage at Rajghat, the memorial to late Mahatma Gandhi, before relaunching his anti-corruption protest in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev waves to the media as he leaves after paying homage at Rajghat, the memorial to late Mahatma Gandhi, before relaunching his anti-corruption protest in New Delhi.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev gestures as he arrives to pay homage at Rajghat, the memorial to the late Mahatma Gandhi, before relaunching his anti-corruption protest in New Delhi. Ramdev launched a three-day fast along with his supporters demanding immediate action to enact a strong Lokpal and steps to bring back black money stashed away in foreign banks failing which he will announce his future strategy.

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Supporters of anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare holds up the model of a key signifying the key of swiss bank locker, during the fifth day of their agitation at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi.

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Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare with Baba Ramdev arrive for a press conference in Pune. Ahead of their proposed protests in Delhi, Anna Hazare and yoga guru Ramdev launched an attack on the UPA government accusing it of not showing enough resolve in tackling corruption and bringing back blackmoney stashed away abroad.

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Samajwadi Party chief Mulayam Singh Yadav and Swami Ramdev interact with the media after their meeting in New Delhi. Underplaying attacks by Team Anna, SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav extended support to yoga guru Ramdev in his campaign on the issue of black money, saying till it is brought back, the poor won't benefit.

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RLD chief Ajit Singh and Yog Guru Baba Ramdev after a meeting in New Delhi. RLD backed Ramdev's campaign against black money.

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JD-U chief Sharad Yadav and Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev at a meeting in New Delhi. Yadav promised to help Ramdev in his campaign against black money.

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Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev meeting NCP Chief Sharad Pawar at his residence in New Delhi. Sharad Pawar voiced his support for Ramdev's campaign against black money.

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A supporter arrives dressed as Krishna as Anna Hazare, and Yoga Guru Baba Ramdev, unseen, hold a day long fast near the parliament house, in New Delhi.

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Anna Hazare, right, with Baba Ramdev, arrives for a day long fast near Indian parliament house, in New Delhi.

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A girl waves an Indian flag while sitting in between Anna Hazare, right, and Baba Ramdev, left, during a day long fast near Indian parliament house, in New Delhi, India.

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Anna Hazare, right, talks with Baba Ramdev, left, during a day long fast near Indian parliament house, in New Delhi. The protest is to press the government to act against widespread graft and black money.

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Anna Hazare, left, and Indian yoga guru Baba Ramdev hold hands as they greet their supporters after paying their tributes at Rajghat, Mahatma Gandhi memorial, in New Delhi. Hazare and Ramdev are holding a daylong fast to press the government to act against widespread graft and black money stashed abroad.

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Yoga guru Swami Ramdev looks on after a man threw black ink on him at a press conference he was addressing on his plans to campaign against black money in the coming assembly elections in New Delhi.

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TEARED UP Was it that extra pinch of saffron in Baba Ramdev’s follow-up fast to Anna Hazare’s opening salvo that the authorities found so unpalatable as to merit such an unsubtle bit of crowd control? Hard to tell for sure, but boy, were they seeing red after!

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A TV Grab shows the Lok Sabha in New Delhi. Government's efforts to avert a confrontation in Parliament came to a naught with the Opposition pressing for adjournment motions on price rise and black money, paralysing the Winter session for the second day.

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Senior BJP leader Rajnath Singh (C) holds a torch after a public meeting against Price Rise, Corruption and Black Money in Indore, Madhya Pradesh.

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Two days after he ended his fast, yoga guru Ramdev (center) was discharged from a city hospital and said he did not commit any "sin" by demanding action against corruption and would continue his campaign for return of black money stashed away abroad. Ramdev began fasting June 4, 2011. He ended his nine-day long fast on June 12.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev waves to his followers as he arrives at Patanjali Yogpeeth in Hardwar, after being discharged from the hospital.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev is welcomed by his followers as he arrives at Patanjali Yogpeeth in Hardwar, after being discharged from the hospital.

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Yoga guru Baba Ramdev's aide Balkrishna offers juice to Ramdev's followers to break their nine-day long fast at Patanjali Yogpeeth in Hardwar.

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Art of Living Guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar (C) and Morari Bapu (R) offer juice to Yoga guru Baba Ramdev to break his nine-day long fast at a hospital in Dehradun. Ramdev, who went on his hunger strike on the June 4, 2011 to protest against corruption and black money issues, was admitted to the Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences after his condition deteriorated at his Patanjali Yogapeeth ashram in Hardwar.

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Supporters of of Baba Ramdev during a candle light vigil in Gurgaon.

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A doctor checks the blood pressure of Baba Ramdev at Ramdev's ashram in Hardwar. Baba Ramdev was shifted to a hospital as his condition deteriorated due to fasting. Earlier in the day doctors had suggested immediate hospitalisation of the yoga guru, whose indefinite fast against corruption and black money entered seventh day, as his health parameters continued to remain "worrisome".

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Supporters of Baba Ramdev perform a yagya, for the health of Ramdev at his ashram in Hardwar. Baba Ramdev was shifted to a hospital as his condition deteriorated due to fasting.

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A team of doctors inspects the health of Baba Ramdev at Ramdev's ashram in Hardwar. Baba Ramdev was shifted to a hospital as his condition deteriorated due to fasting. Earlier in the day doctors had suggested immediate hospitalisation of the yoga guru, whose indefinite fast against corruption and black money entered seventh day, as his health parameters continued to remain "worrisome".

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Thrown Out The melee at Ramlila grounds on June 4

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Block Ahead A protest against corruption, an Anna Hazare fan in Calcutta

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Baba Ramdev, center, drinks a liquid as he sits with religious leaders as supporters chant slogans at his ashram near Hardwar. Doctors have suggested immediate hospitalisation of Ramdev whose indefinite fast against corruption and black money entered seventh day as his health parameters continued to remain "worrisome".

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Baba Ramdev, center, addresses followers at his ashram near Hardwar. Under attack for his proposal to raise an armed force, Baba Ramdev he was not trying to train terrorists or Maoists but only wanting to set up a "nationalist" force.

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A worker removes rainwater from a tarp in the back of a truck with a portrait of Baba Ramdev hangs on, at Ramdev's ashram in Hardwar.

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A doctor checks the blood pressure of Baba Ramdev on his sixth day of fast, at his ashram in Hardwar. Ramdev, who began a hunger strike against corruption on Saturday June 4, and thousands of his followers were forced from the Ramlila Ground in New Delhi on Sunday June 5, that injured dozens and sparked even more public outrage. He resumed his protest from his ashram in Hardwar and said he was arming thousands of supporters to block any police action to disrupt the fast.

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