Sujatha Jahagirdar (R) from CalPIRG (California Public Interest Research Group) holds oil covered stones 24 March 1999 from a Prince William Sound beach where the Exxon Valdez oil spill occurred 10 years ago. CalPIRG held a press conference in front of an Exxon gasoline station in Los Angeles and released a report on the environmentally disasterous eleven million gallon oil spill that occurred when a supertanker struck a reef in Alaska. On the left is CalPIRG member Margot Broaddus.
Sukka Sujatha (L), the wife of Sukka Venkateshwarlu, reacts as his body (unseen) lies in a coffin after dying in a bomb blast, in Hyderabad on February 22, 2013. The twin blasts killed 14 people and wounded dozens more in a busy neighbourhood in the southern Indian city.
Melbourne Deputy Lord Mayor Susan Riley (L) hands over the baton to the Indian High Commissioner to Australia Sujatha Singhas (R) as the Queen's Baton Relay makes it way through Melbourne on April 20, 2010. The baton, which carries the queen's 'message to the athletes' to be read out at the opening ceremony of the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games, commenced its journey from Buckingham Palace on October 29. By the end of the Delhi relay, the baton will have passed through all 71 Commonwealth nations, travelling over 190,00 kms in 340 days.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 20: Deputy Lord Mayor Susan Riley passes the baton to Sujatha Singh Indian high commissioner to Australia as part of the Delhi 2010 Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton relay at Federation Square on April 20, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. The baton left from Buckingham Palace on October 29, 2009 and will have travelled through all 70 Commonwealth countries - a journey of over 190,000km - when it arrives at the Opening Ceremony of the XIX Commonwealth Games on October 3.