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Today in pics: January 24, 2014

A group of stags stand amid the snow at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar.
Wildlife authorities in Kashmir are making special efforts to provide food to the endangered stags known as 'hangul,' as they face difficulty in finding vegetation following heavy snowfall, wildlife officials said. (AP)

Kashmiri wildlife officials spread fresh leaves and vegetables at a feeding spot for stags at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP)

A female leopard sits inside a snow covered enclosure at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP)

A female leopard moves inside a snow covered enclosure at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP)

A female leopard walks towards a snow covered enclosure at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary on the outskirts of Srinagar. (PTI)

Kashmiri wildlife officials carry vegetation for stags at Dachigam Wildlife Sanctuary, outskirts of Srinagar. (AP)

Wildlife authorities in Kashmir are making special efforts to provide food to the endangered stags known as 'hangul,' as they face difficulty in finding vegetation following heavy snowfall, wildlife officials said. (AP)

Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray called Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as a "weakest" ever to hold the post and claimed that days of his party are numbered as anti-Congress wave is sweeping the country.
A massive rally organised at KG Somaiya Grounds in Mumbai to mark the birth anniversary of Shiv Sena patriarch Bal Thackeray. (IE Photo: Pradip Das)

"I don't think the country ever had such a weak Prime Minister," Uddav Thackeray said, adding Singh does not get respect even from his own party. (IE Photo: Pradip Das)

Uddhav was addressing a well-attended public rally at KG Somaiya Grounds here organised on the occasion of birth anniversary of Shiv Sena founder late Bal Thackeray. (IE Photo: Pradip Das)

Virtually launching his party's campaign for the Lok Sabha polls, due before May, Uddhav called upon Sena workers to work towards dethroning the Congress from power. (IE Photo: Pradip Das)