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  • Ram Ryal worships at the Ram Mandir in Labasa yesterday to mark the end of the Ram Naumi celebrations.
  • Ratnesh Chand performs the arti before an image of the Lord Rama at the Ram Naumi celebrations in Labasa yesterday.
  • Women from the Nasea Ramayan Mandli receives blessings from a flame passed around by Ryal Kumar at the Ram Temple in Labasa.
  • Hindu believers during the Ram Naumi celebrations at the Vusavusa Ramayan Mandali in Vatuwaqa, Suva on Wednesday, April 05, 2017.
  • Ronald, second left, wife Leena and daughter Aastha Prasad, 8, with other Hindu believers during the Ram Naumi celebrations at the Vusavusa Ramayan Mandali in Vatuwaqa, Suva on Wednesday, April 05, 2017.
  • Deepak and mother Shammi Chand during the Ram Naumi celebrations at the Vusavusa Ramayan Mandali in Vatuwaqa, Suva on Wednesday, April 05, 2017.
  • Hindu believers dance away during the Ram Naumi celebrations at the Vusavusa Ramayan Mandali in Vatuwaqa, Suva on Wednesday, April 05, 2017.
  • Participants during the powerlifting competition in Lautoka.
  • Electoral Commission chairman, Suresh Chandra.
  • A view of Bukuya village in the interior of Ba.
  • Tosovata women's group secretary Asenaca Silo at their new honey box in Bulileka yesterday.
  • The chairman of the Electorial Commission, Suresh Chandra and Supervisor of Elections, Mohammed Saneem after cutting of the cake during the launching of the new voter identification card yesterday.
  • ITaukei Affairs Board deputy CEO and Chairman of the Board of Governors for Ratu Sukuna Memorial School Apakui Kurusiga.
  • Ben Holland, 9, with Nadroga Rugby reps takes part in Outrigger Fiji's Walk for  Kids in 2015.
  • Scotalnd player Joseva Nayacavou (third from left) and fellow players pose along Peking Road in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
  • Joeli Lutumailagi smiles while squashed in a lift with  a lady and players at the Marco Polo Hotel. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU
  • Samoan captain Fa'alemiga Selesele gives the thumbs up in Hong Kong.
  • Osea Kolinisau talking to All Blacks captain Scott Curry during the captain's photo shoot.
  • England's Ruaridh McConnochie and Dan Norton iin Hong Kong.
  • England's Dan Bibby leads his team mates Ruaridh McConnochie and Dan Norton iin Hong Kong.
  • Chilean players at the Marco Polo Hotel in Hong Kong.
  • Kelera Matamusuka and Atunaisa Komaitoga a students of the Gospel School of Deaf shows a sign language during an interview with the Fiji Times yesterday.
  • The two New Zealand surgeon with local doctors and nurse with Rosalia Susu and son Sirilo Moceituba after the surgery at the CWM hospital yesterday.
  • Members of the Cuvu Muslim soccer team in Sigatoka.
  • Attorney General Aiyaz Sayed Khaiyum with Minister for Health and Medical Services and acting Minister for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation Rosy Akbar during a press conference at the AG's office at Suvavou House in Suva on Wednesday, April 05, 2017.
  • Osea Kolinisau poses with fans Will Meads (left) and Charlie Bull of Australian International School of Hong Kong during the captain's photo shoot.

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