India pottery village lights up for Diwali | AFP

The narrow lanes of Kumhar Gram are buzzing with activity ahead of Diwali as generations of potters race to create clay decorations for customers across the country. Known as the “Potter’s Village”, the settlement is home to around 500 families from India’s traditional pottery community, who moved to the area half a century ago.

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AIDS | AFP Animé

Videographic on the AIDS virus. A major killer in the West until the mid-twentieth century, tuberculosis remains a menace in developing countries and killed 421,000 in India in 2017 according to the World Health Organization — more than AIDS and malaria combined. The Global Fund will meet in France on 9-10 October hoping to raise $14 billion for the worldwide fight against TB, malaria and AIDS. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Tuberculosis | AFP Animé

Videographic on tuberculosis. A major killer in the West until the mid-twentieth century, tuberculosis remains a menace in developing countries and killed 421,000 in India in 2017 according to the World Health Organization — more than AIDS and malaria combined. The Global Fund will meet in France on 9-10 October hoping to raise $14 billion for the worldwide fight against TB, malaria and AIDS. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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India on the frontline of the fight against tuberculosis | AFP

It was a major killer in the West until the mid-twentieth century: tuberculosis. It remains a menace in developing countries and killed more than 400 thousand people in India in 2017. The government of Narendra Modi has set an ambitious target of overcoming the TB “epidemic” by 2025.

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Long way to go for India to achieve ‘open defecation free’ tag | AFP

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday declared the country of 1.3 billion people free of open defecation. But despite huge progress, experts have expressed scepticism about the claim, saying millions still lack access to a toilet, and that because of old habits many of the new facilities are not being used.

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Basketball looks for NBA rebound in cricket-mad India | AFP

The NBA sets foot in India for the first time this week as basketball struggles in a country where cricketers are treated like gods and the ancient sport of kabaddi is a hot television property.

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Flooding | AFP Animé

Videographic illustrating flooding. At least 100 people have died in northern India over the last three days in unusually heavy late monsoon rains which have submerged streets, hospital wards and houses, officials said Monday.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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