In pictures: International Yoga Day observed

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Arun Kumar | June 21, 2018


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The fourth International Day was observed across the world on Thursday. PM Narendra Modi performed Yoga with thousands of volunteers at Forest Research Institure (FRI) in Dehradun. Greeting people on the occasion, Modi said, “While many powers in the world divide us, yoga unites us. It gives peace to an individual. Instead of further animosity, Yoga assimilates.” Here are the pictures of the Yoga Day celebrations held in Delhi:















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