Baadal Nanjundaswamy, an artist from Bengaluru creates a temporary art installation with a model of a crocodile sitting inside a big pot hole posing problems for commuters, to draw attention of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike on Sultanpalya main road in Bengaluru.
Family members and relative during the funeral mass of well- known architect Charles Correa at a church in Mumbai.
Saila Ranasingh, accused and wanted for the Haldipadia police attack, arrested by Laxmisagar police in Bhubaneswar.
A man rolls truck tires to a waiting taxi during monsoon rains in Kolkata.
A wildfire burns south of Barton Flats in the San Bernardino, Calif., Mountains.
Larisa Katz wears an ornate hat on the third day of the Royal Ascot horse racing meet at Ascot, England.
Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall leave after attending a commemoration service for the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, at St Paul's Cathedral in London.
A bus lies by the side of a highway after it went off the road and rolled over into a gully Wednesday night, near the town of Albufeira in southern Portugal's Algarve region. Portuguese officials said that the bus was carrying 33 Dutch tourists who had arrived at the Faro airport.
Yoga enthusiasts perform for the first time anti-gravity yoga in Ahmedabad.
Angry villagers set ablaze vehicles and shops after a shopkeeper was murdered by un-identified people at Sangipur Tehsil in Pratapgarh District of Uttar Pradesh.
People buying dates on eve of holy month of Ramadan.
BJP State President Rahul Sinha waving hands to party activists participate in a rally in Kolkata on Thursday to protest against West Bengal Government for deteriorating law and order situation in the State and demanding minimum supporting price of rice for the poor farmers in the rural areas.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets Maryam Asif Siddiqui and her parents, winner of Gita Champions League (GCL), in New Delhi.
Joe King, Head, Audi India, poses at the launch of New Audi Q3 in New Delhi. The car has been priced Rs 28,99000 (ex-showroom in New Delhi and Mumbai).
Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi with the family of farmer Surjit Singh at village Dadumajra of district Fatehgarh Sahib in Punjab. Surjit Singh committed suicide last week.
Workers during preparations for the upcoming Yoga Day celebrations at Raisina Hill in New Delhi.
Police personal arrest Chit Fund sufferer during their protest aganist West Bengal Government in front of State Assembly in Kolkata.
Bangladesh’s Tamim Iqbal and his teammate Soumya Sarkar run between the wickets during the first one-day international cricket match against India in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Jennifer Wrynne poses for photographers as she arrives for the third day of the Royal Ascot horse racing meet at Ascot, England.
Hot lava flows from the crater of Mount Sinabung as seen from Tiga Pancur, North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Danish Prime Minister and head of the Social Democrats Helle Thorning-Schmidt smiles as she has breakfast during a live TV show on the floor of the Central Station in Copenhagen, Denmark. Danes are voting Thursday in parliamentary elections that will determine whether the center-left government of Thorning-Schmidt can continue or whether the center-right opposition will be back at the helm.
Rescue workers stands beside a crashed bus between Engelberg and Wolfenschiessen in the canton of Obwalden, Switzerland. Several passengers from China were injured.
Arun Jaitley gavels the market closed after he rang the closing bell of the New York Stock Exchange in New York.
Former cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar celebrates his victory after results of the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) elections in Mumbai.
Mourners stand by during a candlelight vigil for six Irish students, in Berkeley, Calif. The six Irish students died when a balcony collapsed during a party.
Russian Army's MI-28 attack helicopters fire flares during a show at a shooting range in Alabino, outside of Moscow, Russia.
Farmers work on their field as Mount Sinabung spews volcanic material into the air in Sukandebi, North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim bats in the nets in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
the initial attack of the Card Street Fire burning on the Kenai Peninsula, between the Sterling Highway and the Kenai River near Sterling, Alaska.
Student show bangles at a protest against the governments decision to give AIIMS to Kashmir, in Jammu.
South Korea's Cho Sohyun (8) celebrates her goal with teammate Kwon Hahnul during the second half of a FIFA Women's World Cup soccer match, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Pakistani clerics take part in a moon sighting event for Ramadan in Karachi, Pakistan.
Police detain a demonstrator during a teachers' protest in Santiago, Chile.
A toddy tapper climbing a palm tree to collect toddy is silhouetted against a cloudy sky in Hyderabad.
isa Malambri and a guest play "Just Dance 2016" at the Ubisoft booth at E3, at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, Union Minster for Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal along with SAD leader Bibi Jagir Kaur at the inaugural day of celebrations to mark 350th foundation day of Sri Anandpur Sahib.
Youth Congress members being detained by the police during their protest against union Minister Sushma Swaraj at Teen Murti in New Delhi.
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