В Индии в честь дня независимости сшили 400-метровый флаг

17 Августа 2010, 11:39

An Andhra Pradesh state police officer adjusts a colleague's outfit in preparation for an Independence Day dress rehearsal in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates on August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
An Andhra Pradesh state police officer adjusts a colleague's outfit in preparation for an Independence Day dress rehearsal in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates on August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
An Andhra Pradesh state police officer adjusts a colleague's outfit in preparation for an Independence Day dress rehearsal in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates on August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
Indian men set up a 400-metre long national flag ahead of Independence Day in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
A niqab-wearing Muslim Indian woman walks past a 400-metre long national flag set up ahead of Independence Day in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
A Muslim Indian boy walks past a 400-metre long national flag set up ahead of Independence Day in Hyderabad on August 13, 2010. India celebrates August 15 its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Noah SEELAM
Indian street vendors wait for customers as they sell national flags at a busy intersection in Bangalore on August 13. On August 15, India celebrates Independence Day with great pomp and ceremony to commemorate the ouster of the British regime from India in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
An Indian street vendor sitting as a pillion on a motorcycle holds national flags for sale at a busy intersection in Bangalore on August 13, 2010. On August 15, India celebrates Independence Day with great pomp and ceremony to commemorate the ouster of the British regime from India in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (L) inspects a guard of honour at Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (C) walks with officials as he arrives to deliver his speech on India's 63rd Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh addresses the nation from the ramparts of The Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (C) delivers a speech from behind a bullet-proof shield on India's 63rd Independence Day from the ramparts of the Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/RAVEENDRAN
Indian schoolchildren celebrate at The Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gestures while addressing the nation from the ramparts of The Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day Sunday with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/ Prakash SINGH
An Indian streetchildren carry packets of sweet, toys and an Indian national flag which they received while attending a ceremony to mark Independence Day in Kolkata on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh gestures while addressing the nation from the ramparts of The Red Fort on the occasion of Independence Day in New Delhi on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/Prakash SINGH
Indian streetchildren salute the Indian national flag after hoisting it on the occasion of Independence Day in Kolkata on August 15, 2010. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy.In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO/Deshakalyan CHOWDHURY
Students of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka in traditional attire wait to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
A student of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka in traditional attire waits to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
Students of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka in traditional attire wait to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
Students of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka wait to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day at parade grounds in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
Students of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka in traditional attire wait to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
Students of a private school from the southern Indian state of Karnataka in traditional attire wait to participate in a cultural programme to mark Independence Day in Bangalore on August 15, 2010. India's Independence Day is celebrated on August 15 to commemorate its independence from British rule in 1947. AFP PHOTO/Dibyangshu SARKAR
An Indian street vendor sells national flags at a busy intersection in Mumbai on August 15, 2010. Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. AFP PHOTO/Sajjad HUSSAIN
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS' This handout photograph released by Indian Ministry of Defence Public Relations Department shows Indian President Pratibha Patil (C) as she salutes at The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier (Amar Jawan Jyoti) at India Gate in New Delhi on August 15, 2010, as part of the country's Independence Day celebrations. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. The prime minister gave his annual address from the ramparts of the Red Fort in the Indian capital, which had been turned into a virtual fortress with nearly 80,000 police and troops guarding against a possible militant strike. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS'
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS' This handout photograph released by Indian Ministry of Defence Public Relations Department shows Indian President Pratibha Patil as she lays a wreath at The Tomb of The Unknown Soldier (Amar Jawan Jyoti) at India Gate in New Delhi on August 15, 2010, as part of the country's Independence Day celebrations. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. The prime minister gave his annual address from the ramparts of the Red Fort in the Indian capital, which had been turned into a virtual fortress with nearly 80,000 police and troops guarding against a possible militant strike. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS'
HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS' This handout photograph released by Indian Ministry of Defence Public Relations Department shows Indian school children wearing coloured raincoats - some in the national colours - as they watch an unseen Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh address the nation from the ramparts of The Red Fort in New Delhi on August 15, 2010, as part of the country's Independence Day celebrations. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh marked India's independence day with a warning to Pakistan that a recent resumption of dialogue would go nowhere unless Islamabad cracks down on militancy. In a wide-ranging speech that addressed domestic issues of high inflation and religious tolerance, Singh also called for an end to a cycle of violent separatist protests in Indian Kashmir and urged Maoist rebels to lay down their arms and begin talks. The prime minister gave his annual address from the ramparts of the Red Fort in the Indian capital, which had been turned into a virtual fortress with nearly 80,000 police and troops guarding against a possible militant strike. HANDOUT RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE AND EDITORIAL SALES ? MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO/HO/DEFENCE PUBLIC RELATIONS/OM PRAKASH'

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