Millions expected to throng Indian city for world's largest religious festival

  Reuters 
Pilgrims from across the world are gathering in India for the Kumbh Mela, a heady mix of spirituality, politics and tourism that begins on Tuesday, garnering extra attention ahead of a general...
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