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At the Indian Photo Festival 2019, prize-winning portraits capture faces of joy, hope and despair
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At the Indian Photo Festival 2019, prize-winning portraits capture faces of joy, hope and despair

The Indian Photo Festival running at Hyderabad from 19 September to 20 October held a portrait competition for photographers in the Indian subcontinent. It received almost 1200 entries of which 20 were chosen. It was judged by fine art photographer Rafique Sayed.

A vintage collection of photographs of Indian maharajahs showcases the culture, customs of royalty of yore
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A vintage collection of photographs of Indian maharajahs showcases the culture, customs of royalty of yore

Capturing the pride and pageantry of Indian Maharajas, these images shot from 1864-1905, give intriguing insights into the distinctive culture, fashion, jewels and photographic styles which existed then.

Ketaki Sheth's Photo Studio project collates images of defunct, struggling Indian studios
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Ketaki Sheth's Photo Studio project collates images of defunct, struggling Indian studios

Seasoned photographer Ketaki Sheth’s latest project Photo Studio brings together an array of photographs of defunct or struggling studios from across the country, and in doing so she gives them a new life, most crucially, one separate from history.

Delhi Dialogues: An exhibition of archival photos traces everyday images of the city, and how it has changed
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Delhi Dialogues: An exhibition of archival photos traces everyday images of the city, and how it has changed

The Delhi Visual Archive, being built by the Centre for Community knowledge, Ambedkar University is a fine example of reclaiming this lesser seen – quite literally — side of Delhi's narrative.

WhatsApp likely to give group admins power to stop other members from posting media and text messages
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WhatsApp likely to give group admins power to stop other members from posting media and text messages

WhatsApp has also announced advanced features, bug fixes and general improvements in the upcoming update.

Swachch Bharat trumps education: Click pictures of those who relieve themselves in the open, Bihar teachers told
India

Swachch Bharat trumps education: Click pictures of those who relieve themselves in the open, Bihar teachers told

Directions were given to school teachers in certain Bihar districts to dissuade people from defecating in the open and click pictures of those who refused.

Vijay Mallya extradition: UK court fixes 20 November as date for pre-trial hearing
India

Vijay Mallya extradition: UK court fixes 20 November as date for pre-trial hearing

A UK court Thursday fixed 20 November as the date for the pre-trial hearing in the extradition case of Vijay Mallya, the embattled tycoon wanted in India on loan defaults to several banks amounting to nearly Rs 9,000-crore

British Ministry of Defence to probe publishing of SAS photos on Facebook
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British Ministry of Defence to probe publishing of SAS photos on Facebook

Britain's Ministry of Defence has expressed its concern at the publication of the photos on Facebook that show the country's SAS force in training missions.

Meet Waswo X Waswo: The man who is photographing Udaipur, one portrait at a time
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Meet Waswo X Waswo: The man who is photographing Udaipur, one portrait at a time

Waswo X Waswo's photography portraits offer an interesting look into the life of the people of Udaipur.

National Geographic's annual photography competition has some jaw-dropping entries
World

National Geographic's annual photography competition has some jaw-dropping entries

Beautiful photographs of people, animals and natural beauty from around the world were featured at National Geographic's annual photography competition.

Sunderbans' women turn photographers to capture effects of climate change
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Sunderbans' women turn photographers to capture effects of climate change

A group of poor women in the remote parts of the Sunderbans, whose lives have been hit hard by climate change, have turned into photographers to record the hardship they face.

Guess when the world's first 'selfie' was taken? In the 1850s!
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Guess when the world's first 'selfie' was taken? In the 1850s!

It may not look that jazzy but a self-portrait which dates back to the 1850s holds the record for being the world's first selfie.

33-year-old undergoes surgery to appear more ‘selfie-worthy’
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33-year-old undergoes surgery to appear more ‘selfie-worthy’

For 33-year-old Christa Hendershot, it was time for going under the knife so that her engagement ring looks pretty on her hands for social media appearances.

Surprised Chidambaram seeks release of man held for clicking photos
India

Surprised Chidambaram seeks release of man held for clicking photos

Chidambaram said that he had asked his office to get in touch with police officials and ensure the release of the man detained for taking photos of him.

Party Prince in royal trouble: More naked pics of Harry may emerge soon!
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Party Prince in royal trouble: More naked pics of Harry may emerge soon!

Britain's most prominent public relations guru said on Friday that he'd been approached by two women who want to sell their photos of Prince Harry, suggesting that the world may soon be seeing more of the unusually exposed British royal.

Reuters 100: Why a picture is worth a 1000 words
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Reuters 100: Why a picture is worth a 1000 words

Reuters has released 100 stunning photographs encapsulating the key moments of 2011.

Rise in objectionable content triggers Facebook probe
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Rise in objectionable content triggers Facebook probe

According to a new report over 2 Lakh FB users in Bangalore have fallen victim to the spam attack currently on Facebook.