March 08: Day in pics

Updated On Mar 09, 2012 11:23 AM IST
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Kruger van Wyk of New Zealand bats during day two of the first five day international cricket test match between New Zealand and South Africa at the University Oval in Dunedin. AFP/Marty Melville View Photos in a new improved layout
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Kruger van Wyk of New Zealand bats during day two of the first five day international cricket test match between New Zealand and South Africa at the University Oval in Dunedin. AFP/Marty Melville

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President Barack Obama waves to the crowd gathered on the tarmac at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base in Charlotte. AP/Bob Leverone View Photos in a new improved layout
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President Barack Obama waves to the crowd gathered on the tarmac at the North Carolina Air National Guard Base in Charlotte. AP/Bob Leverone

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The Texas Tech Red Raider mascot entertains the crowd during a time out during a game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the first round of the Big 12 Basketball Tournamentat Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. AFP/Ed Zurga View Photos in a new improved layout
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The Texas Tech Red Raider mascot entertains the crowd during a time out during a game against the Oklahoma State Cowboys in the first round of the Big 12 Basketball Tournamentat Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. AFP/Ed Zurga

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Maria Jose Cristerna, 36, a mother of four, tattoo artist and former lawyer, poses for a photograph at her home in Guadalajara. Cristerna, who is dubbed "Vampire Woman" but prefers to be identified as "Jaguar Woman", had her first tattoo when she was 14 and decided to physically transform herself after having gone through 10 years of domestic violence in her first marriage. Women in Mexico celebrate International Women's Day on March 8. Reuters/Alejandro Acosta View Photos in a new improved layout
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Maria Jose Cristerna, 36, a mother of four, tattoo artist and former lawyer, poses for a photograph at her home in Guadalajara. Cristerna, who is dubbed "Vampire Woman" but prefers to be identified as "Jaguar Woman", had her first tattoo when she was 14 and decided to physically transform herself after having gone through 10 years of domestic violence in her first marriage. Women in Mexico celebrate International Women's Day on March 8. Reuters/Alejandro Acosta

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Santiago Silva (front) of Argentina's Boca Juniors hits the ball with his chest in front of Anderson of Brazil's Fluminense during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at La Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires. Reuters/Enrique Marcarian View Photos in a new improved layout
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Santiago Silva (front) of Argentina's Boca Juniors hits the ball with his chest in front of Anderson of Brazil's Fluminense during their Copa Libertadores soccer match at La Bombonera stadium in Buenos Aires. Reuters/Enrique Marcarian

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Cambodian women from Boeung Kak community march along a street in Phnom Penh. Cambodia marked the 101st anniversary of the International Woman day. AFP/Tang Chhin Sothy View Photos in a new improved layout
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Cambodian women from Boeung Kak community march along a street in Phnom Penh. Cambodia marked the 101st anniversary of the International Woman day. AFP/Tang Chhin Sothy

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New Zealand's Daniel Vettori hits a shot watched by South Africa's Mark Boucher during their first international cricket test match of the series in Dunedin. Reuters/Anthony Phelps View Photos in a new improved layout
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New Zealand's Daniel Vettori hits a shot watched by South Africa's Mark Boucher during their first international cricket test match of the series in Dunedin. Reuters/Anthony Phelps

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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) speaks with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santo (L) in Havana, Cuba. AFP/Presidencia View Photos in a new improved layout
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Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez (R) speaks with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santo (L) in Havana, Cuba. AFP/Presidencia

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Barcelona's Lionel Messi scores his fourth goal past Bayer Leverkusen's goalkeeper Bernd Leno during their Champions League last 16 second leg soccer match at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona. Reuters/Albert Gea View Photos in a new improved layout
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Barcelona's Lionel Messi scores his fourth goal past Bayer Leverkusen's goalkeeper Bernd Leno during their Champions League last 16 second leg soccer match at Nou Camp stadium in Barcelona. Reuters/Albert Gea

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