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Bangalore, Dec 24 (EFE/EPA).- Crowds of people in Bangalore prepare to celebrate Christmas Thursday amid social distancing measures to avoid coronavirus contagion.(Camera: JAGADEESH NV)SHOT LIST: CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS IN BANGALORE, INDIA.

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