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Cheetahs return to India after 70-year absence

It is the Prime Minister's birthday today- and he couldn't have chosen a more auspicious occasion to embrace cheetahs which had gone extinct for seven decades. Here are some exclusive snaps from the event at Madhya Pradesh's Kuno national park.



 A special aeroplane with a picture of tiger in Namibia
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A special aeroplane with a picture of tiger in Namibia
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PM Narendra Modi in conversation with Friends of Cheetah at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
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PM Narendra Modi in conversation with Friends of Cheetah at Kuno National Park in Madhya Pradesh.
Jansampark, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
PM endorsing the translocation process of the cheetahs
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PM endorsing the translocation process of the cheetahs
Jansampark, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
The Namibian cheetah in its new abode
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The Namibian cheetah in its new abode
Jansampark, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
Modi watches a Namibian cheetah as it is released
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Modi watches a Namibian cheetah as it is released
Jansampark, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
Prime Minister Narendra Modi clicks photographs of the cheetahs inside a special enclosure
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi clicks photographs of the cheetahs inside a special enclosure
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PM shares a light moment with Friends of Cheetah
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PM shares a light moment with Friends of Cheetah
Jansampark, Govt of Madhya Pradesh
Modi poses with dignitaries and officials in Madhya Pradesh
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Modi poses with dignitaries and officials in Madhya Pradesh
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