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New Delhi, Feb 23 (EFE/EPA).- Indian farmers gathered Tuesday at the sealed New Delhi border points to hold protests against the government's new agricultural laws, asking they be repealed. (Camera: HARISH TYAGI).SHOT LIST: INDIAN FARMERS TIE THEIR TURBANS AS A SYMBOL OF FARMERS' PROTESTS AGAINST AGRARIAN LAWS DURING A PROTEST AT THE BORDER WITH UTTAR PRADESH IN NEW DELHI, INDIA.

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