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In pictures: Landless march to Delhi

Landless Indian peasants arrive in Delhi 28/10/07

Landless Indian peasants have arrived in Delhi after a march that has lasted nearly four weeks and covered 325km (200 miles), to demand greater rights to land and water.

A lorry carrying landless Indian peasants arrives in Delhi 28/10/07

About 25,000 people, including some of India's poorest, took part. They say they have been left behind by India's economic boom.

Landless Indian peasants march towards Delhi, 26/10/07

Protesters say they have been forced off the land to make way for government-backed industrial projects.

Landless Indian peasants, taking part in a march towards Delhi, 26/10/07

Many have slept at the side of the road during the rally. Some said they would be given their rights or die in Delhi.

Landless Indian peasants, taking part in a march towards Delhi, 26/10/07

The marchers represent different sections of Indian society, including low-caste tenant farmers, landless indigenous people, and Buddhist monks.

Landless Indian peasants march towards Delhi, 26/10/07

They plan to hold a huge protest in Delhi on Monday, which they say will bring the capital to a standstill.





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