News in pictures: What happened across India on September 19

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New Delhi, Sep 19: Chinese President XI Jinping with wife Peng Liyuan waves before their departure at Air Force station Palam in New Delhi.

Congress President Sonia Gandhi greeted Chinese President Xi Jinping during a call-on in New Delhi. Xi left for China after that.

Passengers walk out of the Howrah Station with their luggage due to unavailability of taxis in the wake of transport strike in Kolkata.

BJP Party President Amit Shah with Puneri pagdi (a turban from the city of Pune) during Sangarsh Yatra Jan Sabha in Ahmednagar.

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President Pranab Mukherjee greets Bangladesh Foreign Minister

President Pranab Mukherjee greets Bangladesh Foreign Minister Abdul Hassan Mahmood Ali at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi on Friday.

Chinese President Xi Jinping

Chinese President Xi Jinping with the recipients of Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence Friendship Award at a function in New Delhi on Friday.

Chinese President XI Jinping with wife Peng Liyuan

Chinese President XI Jinping with wife Peng Liyuan waves before their departure at Air Force station Palam in New Delhi on Friday. PTI Photo by Kamal Kishore (P

Passengers walk out of the Howrah Station

Passengers walk out of the Howrah Station with their luggage due to unavailability of taxis in the wake of transport strike in Kolkata on Friday.

Congress President Sonia Gandhi greets Chinese President Xi Jinping

Congress President Sonia Gandhi greets Chinese President Xi Jinping during a call-on in New Delhi on Friday.

Transport strike in Kolkata

Passengers sit helplessly at the Howrah Station in the wake of transport strike in Kolkata on Friday.

BJP Party President Amit Shah with Puneri pagdi

BJP Party President Amit Shah with Puneri pagdi (a turban from the city of Pune) during Sangarsh Yatra Jan Sabha in Ahmednagar on Thursday.

Bill Gates and Melinda Gates

Bill Gates and Melinda Gates in New Delhi.

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