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Kolkata, Nov 26 (EFE) .- India experienced a double day of demonstrations against the Government this Thursday: a nationwide strike to which 250 million workers were called, and a march of thousands of farmers in New Delhi idemanding agrarian reform.(Camera: PIYAL ADHIKARY)SHOT LIST: FARMERS PROTESTING IN KOLKATA, INDIA.

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