7 Best Pics of the Week

Dec 13, 2013, 16:40 PM IST
THIS IMAGE PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL SNOW AND ICE DATA CENTER, SASTRUGI STICK OUT FROM THE SNOW SURFACE IN THIS PHOTO NEAR PLATEAU STATION IN EAST ANTARCTICA IN 2008.
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THIS IMAGE PROVIDED BY THE NATIONAL SNOW AND ICE DATA CENTER, SASTRUGI STICK OUT FROM THE SNOW SURFACE IN THIS PHOTO NEAR PLATEAU STATION IN EAST ANTARCTICA IN 2008.

A girl stands next to the statue `Santa Claus tourist in the USA` on display, in Menton, southeastern France.
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A girl stands next to the statue `Santa Claus tourist in the USA` on display, in Menton, southeastern France.

A BALD EAGLE SITS ATOP A PERCH OVERLOOKING GASTINEAU CHANNEL IN JUNEAU, ALASKA.
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A BALD EAGLE SITS ATOP A PERCH OVERLOOKING GASTINEAU CHANNEL IN JUNEAU, ALASKA.

NEW ZEALAND`S BRENDON MCCULLUM, RIGHT, REACTS AFTER A SHOT FROM WEST INDIES` SHANE SHILLINGFORD ON THE FIFTH DAY OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH, AT THE UNIVERSITY OVAL, IN DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND.
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NEW ZEALAND`S BRENDON MCCULLUM, RIGHT, REACTS AFTER A SHOT FROM WEST INDIES` SHANE SHILLINGFORD ON THE FIFTH DAY OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRICKET MATCH, AT THE UNIVERSITY OVAL, IN DUNEDIN, NEW ZEALAND.

SUNNY LEONE PROMOTED THE FILM JACKPOT IN NOIDA.
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SUNNY LEONE PROMOTED THE FILM JACKPOT IN NOIDA.

A CONTESTANT BITES THE TAIL OF ONE OF THE BULLS TO MAKE IT RUN FASTER, AS HE RACES A PAIR OF BULLS AT AN OXEN RACE COMPETITION HELD AT A PADDY FIELD IN MALAPPURAM, KERALA STATE, INDIA.
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A CONTESTANT BITES THE TAIL OF ONE OF THE BULLS TO MAKE IT RUN FASTER, AS HE RACES A PAIR OF BULLS AT AN OXEN RACE COMPETITION HELD AT A PADDY FIELD IN MALAPPURAM, KERALA STATE, INDIA.

THIS IMAGE PROVIDED BY NASA AND TAKEN BY NASA`S SOLAR DYNAMICS OBSERVATORY, SHOWS THE SUN, BUT NO SIGN OF COMET ISON. DURING A MEETING OF THE AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION MEETING, SCIENTISTS SAID THE COMET BROKE APART ON THANKSGIVING AFTER COMING CLOSE TO THE SUN.
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THIS IMAGE PROVIDED BY NASA AND TAKEN BY NASA`S SOLAR DYNAMICS OBSERVATORY, SHOWS THE SUN, BUT NO SIGN OF COMET ISON. DURING A MEETING OF THE AMERICAN GEOPHYSICAL UNION MEETING, SCIENTISTS SAID THE COMET BROKE APART ON THANKSGIVING AFTER COMING CLOSE TO THE SUN.

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