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Photo of the Day: Hanging Origami for Peace in Manila

An artist hangs origami before International Day of Peace celebrations at the Quezon City Memorial Circle, east of Manila on September 21, 2010.
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An artist hangs origami before International Day of Peace celebrations at the Quezon City Memorial Circle, east of Manila on September 21, 2010.

Got a Grassy Field and Nothing To Do? How About a Game of Kabaddi?

An Indian kabbadi player (L) is brought to the ground during the 2008 Sri Guru Gobind Singh Kabaddi Series in Gopalpur Majwind village, some 25 kms from Amritsar on November 9, 2008. (Narinder Nanu/AFP/Getty Images)
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Originally from South Asia, the game has been around for over 4,000 years, and requires the physical strength of an NFL linebacker and the mental strength of a yogi. The result is chaotic, as many first-time spectators will confess, unlike any sport they've seen before.

Photo of the Day: Victory, Sweet Victory!

Iran's Vali Nourmohammadi lies on the court after his team's victory against India at their finals match in the third Asian Central Zone Volleyball Championship in Kolkata.
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Iran's Vali Nourmohammadi lies on the court after his team's victory against India at their finals match in the third Asian Central Zone Volleyball Championship in Kolkata.

In a Glitzy City, Gruesome Conditions

Mr Kong (R) a cage dweller sits in a cage on June 20, 2007 in Hong Kong, China. The poorest of Hong Kong's citizens live in cage homes, steel mesh box constructions, stacked on top of each other. (MN Chan/Getty Images)
Lifestyle In a glitzy city like Hong Kong, where 18 of the world's billionaires reside, with more Louis Vuitton stores than Paris and London, and a higher GDP per capita than Switzerland, over 100,000 residents live in cages.

Photo of the Day: India's Fashion Week

 A model showcases a creation by India designers Pragya and Megha on the first day of Lakme Fashion Week
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A model showcases a creation by India designers Pragya and Megha on the first day of Lakme Fashion Week.

Photo of the Day: Laughter Amid the Ruins

Young Afghan boys run on a hill-top past ruins in the old city of Kabul on September 16, 2010.
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Young Afghan boys run on a hill-top past ruins in the old city of Kabul on September 16, 2010.

Photo of the Day: Still Keeping an Eye on Things

Chairman Mao's portrait is only partially visible as scaffolding covers Tiananmen Gate during renovations on September 15, 2010, ahead of National Day celebrations.
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Chairman Mao's portrait is only partially visible as scaffolding covers Tiananmen Gate during renovations on September 15, 2010, ahead of National Day celebrations.

Photo of the Day: On Higher Ground, A Vantage Point

Pakistani children living in the town of Faridabad, cut off by surrounding flood waters, climb a tree to watch a navy helicopter evacuating residents to safer ground.
Lifestyle Pakistani children living in the town of Faridabad, cut off by surrounding flood waters, climb a tree to watch a navy helicopter evacuating residents to safer ground

Eid Celebrated With Mixed Feelings This Year

Indonesian female Muslims perform Eid al-Fitr prayers at Bali's Bajra Sandhi monument and park in Denpasar on September 10, 2010 marking the end of holy month of Ramadan. (Sonny Tumbelaka/AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle Not all Muslim countries in Asia are celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr this year. Deadly flooding in Pakistan and violence in Indian-administered Kashmir have set a somber mood this holiday season.

Photo of the Day: Eid-ul-Fitr Celebrations

Indian street vendors hawk handkerchiefs in front of The Nakhoda Mosque in Kolkata
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Indian street vendors hawk handkerchiefs in front of The Nakhoda Mosque in Kolkata