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News In Pictures: 23 April

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ORTHODOX EASTER: Bulgarians look at painted Easter eggs during an open air Easter exhibition in the town of Varna, Bulgaria, on Tuesday. Easter eggs are an important part of Bulgarian Easter traditions. Many practices have fallen out of fashion, but these rituals are still strongly associated with spring. The Christian Orthodox church will celebrate Easter on Sunday. (AP)
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CONSERVATION: A mahout cools off his elephant at a pond in Guwahati on Tuesday. There are an estimated 5,500 wild elephants in Assam, out of India's total pachyderm population of about 10,000. (PTI)
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PRICE HURTS: Women shop in a mall in Hyderabad on Tuesday. The Union government is planning to take several steps, including banning the exports of some commodities, to control the rising prices of food, cement and steel. (AP)
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EVERGREEN: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh plants a sapling as part of the centenary year celebrations of the Tata Steel at JRD Tata Sports complex in Jamshedpur on Tuesday. (PTI)
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BULLISH ON INDIA: Accenture Chairman & CEO William D Green (L) along with company's Chairman for India, Harsh Manglik (R) during a press interaction in Mumbai on Tuesday. Accenture has invested $776 million in training during the company's last fiscal year ending 31 August 2007 and the Accenture Management Development Academy in India is the latest example of the company's commitment to advancing its employees' professional and technical skills. (PTI)