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Want to Contribute?

Calling street reporters to submit their work.  We have recently launched a new section to Only In India where you can contribute your photos and stories from your travels.

+ Are you a traveller, snapping as you go along?

+ Do you keep you camera handy for that funny shot or amazing encounter?

+ Hobby or professional?

+ Are you an artist or a film maker?

Use our blog to show case your work and let the world know about our wonderful nation!

We are looking for funny and incredible images or videos.

Original photo by Sanjay Kanojia (AFP/Getty Inages) LA Times

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Grooming time

Monkeys are a common site in many urban areas that are adjacent to wild parks.  The monkey is a protected species in India, yet their natural predator have disappeared, leaving the monkey population to explode and are now considered a pest by many urban and rural communities.  Urban areas offer a source of easy food for them.