Shot of the

08 January 2018 | Columns

UNDERCOVER: Indian Kashmiri fishermen catch fish with harpoons in Anchar Lake on the outskirts of Srinagar. The fishermen cover their heads and part of their boats with blankets and straw as part of their tactics to catch fish in the waters of the lake. PHOTO: NAMPA/AFP

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