Thomson Reuters - Pictures of the year:India

A Darjeeling Himalayan Railway steam train, which runs on a 2 foot gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passes by a market in Ghum, India, June 27, 2019. REUTERS/Ranita Roy
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Aljazeera - Week in pictures: From protests in Iraq to a quake in Albania

​ IN PICTURES/HUMAN RIGHTS - Week in pictures: From protests in Iraq to a quake in Albania ​​​
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The Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world - Best Photograph of the Day

he Guardian’s picture editors select photo highlights from around the world
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EL PAIS - The images of the day

​ A selection of the best photographs of the day - 27th November, 2019 ​​​
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MIA “Russia Today” : Best photos of the week

​ Ria.ru offers readers the most vivid and emotional photographs taken by correspondents of world agencies this past week ​​​
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Sputnik International - This Week in Pictures: 16-22 November

​ People walk as smoke billows from burnt waste alongside a road in Howrah on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, 19 November 2019 - Ranita Roy ​​​
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Reuters - Column: China, India are both the problem and solution for coal, climate chang

​ A worker breaks coal for a steam engine belonging to Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, which run on a 2 foot gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at a station in Darjeeling, India, June 25, 2019. REUTERS/Ranita Roy/Files ​​​
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Internazionale - OUR CLIMATE - The regions of the river deltas risk being left without land

​ Hindu believers on the banks of the Ganges in Calcutta, India on September 28, 2019. (Ranita Roy) ​​​
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Global News - Youth rally around the world in global climate strike

​ Students take part in a "Fridays for Future" march calling for urgent measures to combat climate change, in Kolkata, India, September 27, 2019. Ranita Roy ​​​
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Interaksyon - Bullied by peers, India’s LGBT+ children drop out of schools

​ School children walk past a parked Darjeeling Himalayan Railway train, which runs on a 2 foot gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, at a station in Darjeeling, India, June 26, 2019. Picture taken June 26, 2019. (Ranita Roy) ​​​
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The Atlantic - Photos of the Week: Cool Pup, Orion Launch, Pitch Invader

​ A Darjeeling Himalayan Railway steam train, which runs on a 2-foot-gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passes by a market in Ghum, India, on June 27, 2019. # Ranita Roy ​​​
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The National (Opinion) - Beautiful images speak to a bygone era for Indian trains

​ A boy looks out of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway train. Ranita Roy ​​​
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BBC News - Week in pictures: 22-28 June 2019

​ A Darjeeling Himalayan Railway (DHR) steam train, which runs on a two-foot gauge railway line, passes by a market in Ghum, India. Built in 1879, the 88km (48 miles) line, now part of a Unesco World Heritage Site, once transported tea from the foothills of the mountains - Ranita Roy ​​​
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Reuters - The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway

​ A Darjeeling Himalayan Railway steam train, which runs on a two foot gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passes by a market in Ghum, June 27, 2019. REUTERS/Ranita Roy ​​​
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The Telegraph - Pictures of the Day: 29 June 2019

​ A Darjeeling Himalayan Railway steam train, which runs on a 2 foot gauge railway and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, passes by a market in Ghum, India // Ranita Roy ​​​
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on NYTimes: Revealing the Terror of Sleep Paralysis

Photographs by Ranita Roy Text by James Estrin May 2, 2019 One rainy night in 2015, Ranita Roy was startled awake by the feeling that an intruder was in her bedroom. She tried yelling, but discovered she could not move a single muscle. “I wanted to open my eyes and run away from the room but I couldn’t,” Ms. Roy recalled of that night in her parents’ house in Kolkata, India. “It felt like I was drowning. I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t see, but I could feel everything. It felt like someone was looking at me in the...
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Indian Girl on Reuters: Hailed Photography Prodigy After Winning Award.

Indian girl hailed photography prodigy after winning award Ranita Roy from Calcutta, India has been hailed for her talent by veteran photojournalist Sir Don McCullin after she won an award for her pictures at an international exhibition.
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The Sunday Guardian - How an international photography initiative is promoting the female view

​ 22-year-old Indian photographer Ranita Roy is also among the finalists. In her series, she has represented the positivity reflected by Indian women despite difficult circumstances. Here her subject is Bhanumati Das, Roy’s maternal grandmother. ​​​
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The Indian Express - The women they saw

​ Kolkata-based photographer Ranita Roy is the only Indian participant. The 22-year-old studying environmental science at Asutosh College in Kolkata has photographed her grandmother Bhanumati Das, whom she fondly calls ‘Chhordima’, currently in her 80s."My grandmother carries great inner strength and keeps herself happy with the grandchildren, after she lost her husband. This is my tribute to her positive attitude,” says Roy. ​​​
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Hindustan Times - Framed: Women around the world and their lives, showcased at this exhibition

​ From India, Kolkata-based Ranita Roy’s black and white frames narrate the story of her grandmother’s life. “Since my childhood I have seen her as a spirited woman. Now in her 80s, she’s still the source of positivity, strength and motivation for all of us in the house. ​​​
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