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Sumit Tharan, New Delhi Photojournalist

Sumit Tharan is the Newsblaze New Delhi photojournalist.

Bharatiya Janata Party Sweeps India's Lok Sabha Elections: Photostory
NewsBlaze photojournalist, Sumit Tharan provided this photo essay after India's Bharatiya Janata Party Swept the country's Lok Sabha Elections.
22:00 May 17, 2014 PST
PhotoStory: 220,000 Attend Seventh ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival
Newsblaze South Asia Photojournalist Sumit Thaaran attended the five day Jaipur Literature Festival, capturing some interesting moments for our readers.
21:04 Jan 22, 2014 PST
Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebrated At Gurdwara Bangla Sahib, New Delhi
Newsblaze photojournalist Sumit Tharan captures moments of celebrations in the Gurdwara Bangla Sahib for Guru Nanak Jayanti.
15:30 Nov 19, 2013 PST
Indians In Delhi Countenance Life Without Sachin Tendulkar
It was a happy day and a sad day in Delhi, as Sachin Tendulkar played in his final test match. After the match, NewsBlaze photojournalist, Sumit Tharan talked to people in the street.
04:23 Nov 16, 2013 PST
Diwali Festival of Lights Photo Story
NewsBlaze Photojournalist, Sumit Tharan was in New Delhi for the Diwali festival, capturing the sights as the people enjoy their annual festival
05:42 Nov 4, 2013 PST
Dussehra Festival Burns Effigies of King Ravan in Triumph of Good Over Evil
All over India, people celebrate the festival of Dussehra with enthusiasm. Effigies of King Ravan were burned to signify the victory of good over evil.
06:13 Oct 15, 2013 PST
  

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