Chaos, tragedy and stench in Indian ‘brain fever’ outbreak | AFP

The stench of urine, chlorine, vomit and death fills the main hospital in Muzaffarpur in eastern India, the epicenter of a mystery brain fever outbreak that has killed over 100 children since June 1.

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Indian family branches out with novel tree house | AFP

An Indian family has built their house around a fig tree instead of cutting it down. Now the thick trunk of the 150-year-old tree grows up through the middle of the house in the city of Jabalpur. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES VID1357146_EN

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Dagger, ring of Taj Mahal builder set for auction

A ring and a dagger once owned by the builder of the Taj Mahal were on display Thursday ahead of an auction of jewels and weapons from Indian royalty at Christie’s in New York. (June 13)

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Water tankers a lifeline for India’s parched villages | AFP

As Gajanand Dukre parks the water tanker in a drought-stricken Indian village, dozens of locals — mostly women in saris — come running with jerry cans, buckets and stainless steel pots. Over the next two hours, Dukre helps them empty the 12,000-litre tank, providing a lifeline to this small community as India reels from one of its worst droughts in years.

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Indian temple helps nurture ‘extinct’ turtle | AFP

The black softshell turtle is officially extinct in the wild but a centuries-old temple in India, the adjoining pond and its nature-loving caretaker are helping the creature make a tentative comeback.

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