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Coming out in Delhi

By Thushan Amarasiriwardena | 1 Comment » July 31st, 2008

DELHI, India – The events we came across today in Delhi gave us a glimpse of the issues that the burgeoning country will have to tackle as its population grows ever more affluent and expects the same freedoms afforded to their counterparts in the west. See it all in today’s photo gallery.

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One Response to “Coming out in Delhi”

  1. Dale Says:

    Oddly enough, I saw nothing about this in the local papers (both the Hindustan Times and Times of India seem to have ignored this. Didn’t see anything about the Tibetan protesters at the Chinese embassy, either….

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