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Prabhat Kumar Verma
Police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.

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  • Police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.Police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives of Covid-19 patient rest on road side at Tej Bahadur Sapru District hospital in Prayagraj.Relatives of Covid-19 patient rest on road side at Tej Bahadur Sapru District hospital in Prayagraj.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • A labour rest on Watermelons at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.A labour rest on Watermelons at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • A Labour rest at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.A Labour rest at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • Prayagraj: Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad on Thursday, May 06, 2021.Prayagraj: Labours unload bananas from a truck at Mundera Market during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad on Thursday, May 06, 2021.
  • Police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad .Police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad .
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • An elder man while police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.An elder man while police issue challan to people during government imposed lockdown in wake of coronavirus in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members and COVID19 patient cheers after got discharge from Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members and COVID19 patient cheers after got discharge from Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a girl while attending online class with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a girl while attending online class with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a man with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a man with a dose of Covaxin against coronavirus at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a boy with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a boy with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.A medical worker inoculates a girl with a dose of Covaxin, covid vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • People line up to full fill formalities before getting a dose of coronavirus vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.People line up to full fill formalities before getting a dose of coronavirus vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical College in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • People line up to get the (Covid-19) coronavirus vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical college in Allahabad.People line up to get the (Covid-19) coronavirus vaccine at Moti Lal Nehru Medical college in Allahabad.
  • People line up to get the (Covid-19) coronavirus vaccine outside Moti Lal Nehru Medical college in Allahabad.People line up to get the (Covid-19) coronavirus vaccine outside Moti Lal Nehru Medical college in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.Family members shift a COVID-19 patient to Swaroop Rani Neharu Hospital in Allahabad.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • A Municipal corporation worker perform cremation to a Covid-19 victim at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river. India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.A Municipal corporation worker perform cremation to a Covid-19 victim at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river. India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.
  • Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.Relatives perform last rites to the victim who have died of Covid-19 to a funeral pyre at a mass crematorium site on the banks of the Ganga river . India recorded more than 360,000 coronavirus cases in a day for the 12th day in a row on Monday as the total number of those infected according to Health Ministry data neared 20 million. The real figure could be up to ten times higher, many health experts say, due to a lack of widespread testing or reporting, and only patients who succumbed in hospitals being counted. A new wave of the pandemic has totally overwhelmed the country's healthcare services and has caused crematoriums to operate day and night as the number of victims continues to spiral out of control.

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