Bangladeshi firefighters pull a man from the mud Wednesday in Rangamati, after a landslide there killed scores of people. As rescue workers continue to search the area for missing people, authorities warn that the death toll is likely to rise. Stringer/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A buffalo market in central Rajasthan, India. Drivers ferrying these animals to slaughterhouses have been intercepted and accused of transporting cows, an animal many Hindus consider sacred. A new report from Human Rights Watch says that this devotion to protecting the cow has contributed to recent vigilante violence. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Traditional Punjabi shoes are displayed at a trade expo in Amritsar, India. The country's new budget will cut the taxes on materials used in heels and soles. Sanjeev Syal/Demotix/Corbis hide caption

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Activists from India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) shout slogans during a protest in Mumbai against the Students Union at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi on Feb. 15, 2016. Punit Paranjpe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sedition Charge Divides India As Protests Continue

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French President Francois Hollande (left) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for a ceremony Monday to lay the foundation stone for the headquarters of the International Solar Allliance at Gurgaon, on the outskirts of New Delhi, India. Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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Relatives mourn Mohammad Ikhlaq Saifi in his village outside New Delhi last month. The Muslim man was lynched, allegedly by a Hindu mob, after he was accused of killing a cow. Manish Swarup/AP hide caption

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India's Ban On Beef Leads To Murder, And Hindu-Muslim Friction

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Jawaharlal Nehru, here conferring with Mahatma Gandhi, was India's first prime minister and a key figure in the country's 20th century independence struggle. Central Press/Getty Images hide caption

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In India, A Battle Brews Over A Museum Honoring A Revered Leader

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wears a dark pinstriped suit with his name monogrammed in dull gold stripes Jan. 25 during a reception for U.S. President Obama in New Delhi, India. The suit was auctioned off Friday for more than 43 million rupees, or about $694,000. Saurabh Das/AP hide caption

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Modi's Fancy Pinstripe Suit Lands $694,000 At Auction

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An up-close shot of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's suit reveals its telltale lettering: his name, in stripes of gold down his jacket. Prakash Singh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Obama meet at Hyderabad House in New Delhi on Sunday, the first day of Obama's three-day trip to India. UPI/Landov hide caption

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Obama's India Visit Arrives At A Moment Of Optimism

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