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Newsmakers: Most-liked Instagram photos of 2021

Press Trust of India (PTI) has released the list of its most-liked Instagram photos for 2021. Take a look...
Last Updated : 30 December 2021, 08:04 IST
Last Updated : 30 December 2021, 08:04 IST

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Health workers shift patients from Vijay Vallabh Covid care hospital after a fire in Virar West on the outskirts of Mumbai. Maharashtra was one of the states that was hugely impacted by the second Covid wave that caused unprecedented devastation throughout the state. Credit: PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
Health workers shift patients from Vijay Vallabh Covid care hospital after a fire in Virar West on the outskirts of Mumbai. Maharashtra was one of the states that was hugely impacted by the second Covid wave that caused unprecedented devastation throughout the state. Credit: PTI Photo/Kunal Patil
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A doctor drags an oxygen cylinder at CWG village Covid-19 Care Centre near Akshardham, in New Delhi. The national capital battled a brutal second wave of the pandemic in April-May that claimed a massive number of lives due to lack of oxygen and other medical facilities. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
A doctor drags an oxygen cylinder at CWG village Covid-19 Care Centre near Akshardham, in New Delhi. The national capital battled a brutal second wave of the pandemic in April-May that claimed a massive number of lives due to lack of oxygen and other medical facilities. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Covid-19 victims being cremated at Bhairav Ghat Hindu Crematory, as coronavirus cases had surged in record numbers across the country, in Kanpur. Kanpur registered a record breaking deaths during the second wave of Covid-19. However, many believed that the actual death toll was far higher than officially reported. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
Covid-19 victims being cremated at Bhairav Ghat Hindu Crematory, as coronavirus cases had surged in record numbers across the country, in Kanpur. Kanpur registered a record breaking deaths during the second wave of Covid-19. However, many believed that the actual death toll was far higher than officially reported. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
Members of Indian paramilitary contingent participate in a parade at Rajpath, during the 72nd Republic Day celebrations, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Members of Indian paramilitary contingent participate in a parade at Rajpath, during the 72nd Republic Day celebrations, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
An inconsolable family member while performing the last rites of a Covid-19 victim, in Jammu. Credit: PTI Photo
An inconsolable family member while performing the last rites of a Covid-19 victim, in Jammu. Credit: PTI Photo
Farmers shower flower petals on fellow farmers riding on their tractors after breaking the police barricades at Singhu border during the 'Kisan Gantantra Parade' on Republic Day, in New Delhi. On Republic Day, a group of protestors converged on the historic Red Fort. They even breached security and clambered onto the walls and domes of the fort, even hoisting flags alongside the national flag. Credit: PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
Farmers shower flower petals on fellow farmers riding on their tractors after breaking the police barricades at Singhu border during the 'Kisan Gantantra Parade' on Republic Day, in New Delhi. On Republic Day, a group of protestors converged on the historic Red Fort. They even breached security and clambered onto the walls and domes of the fort, even hoisting flags alongside the national flag. Credit: PTI Photo/Shahbaz Khan
Relatives react during the cremation of a Covid-19 victim at Bhairav Ghat Hindu Crematory, as coronavirus cases had surged, in Kanpur. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
Relatives react during the cremation of a Covid-19 victim at Bhairav Ghat Hindu Crematory, as coronavirus cases had surged, in Kanpur. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
Mass cremation of Covid-19 victims and others takes place at Gazipur Crematorium, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
Mass cremation of Covid-19 victims and others takes place at Gazipur Crematorium, in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Manvender Vashist
India's Neeraj Chopra reacts as he competes in the final of the men's javelin throw event at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Neeraj ended India's 121-year wait for an athletics medal with his gold medal in the men's javelin throw final at Tokyo 2020. Credit: PTI Photo/Gurinder Osan
India's Neeraj Chopra reacts as he competes in the final of the men's javelin throw event at the 2020 Summer Olympics. Neeraj ended India's 121-year wait for an athletics medal with his gold medal in the men's javelin throw final at Tokyo 2020. Credit: PTI Photo/Gurinder Osan
A relative reacts during cremation of a Covid-19 victim at the Old Seemapuri Cremation Ground in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
A relative reacts during cremation of a Covid-19 victim at the Old Seemapuri Cremation Ground in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
Police pin down a farmer, who allegedly attacked Police SHO (Alipur) Pradeep Paliwal, during clashes between people claiming to be local villagers and farmers at the Singhu Border in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
Police pin down a farmer, who allegedly attacked Police SHO (Alipur) Pradeep Paliwal, during clashes between people claiming to be local villagers and farmers at the Singhu Border in New Delhi. Credit: PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
Pusarla V Sindhu poses for photographs while standing on the podium after receiving the bronze medal in women's singles badminton event at the Summer Olympics 2020, in Tokyo. Sindhu became the second Indian athlete after wrestler Sushil Kumar -- and the first woman from the country -- to win two individual Olympic medals. Credit:PTI Photo/Gurinder Osan
Pusarla V Sindhu poses for photographs while standing on the podium after receiving the bronze medal in women's singles badminton event at the Summer Olympics 2020, in Tokyo. Sindhu became the second Indian athlete after wrestler Sushil Kumar -- and the first woman from the country -- to win two individual Olympic medals. Credit:PTI Photo/Gurinder Osan
A man carries a child as people who were stranded in crisis-hit Afghanistan arrive by a special repatriation flight of IAF at the Hindan Air Force Station, in Ghaziabad. India airlifted nearly 400 people in three flights from Kabul in an operation that covered Indian citizens as well as Afghan nationals, including Sikhs and Hindus. Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 after the chaotic withdrawal of the United States-led foreign forces. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
A man carries a child as people who were stranded in crisis-hit Afghanistan arrive by a special repatriation flight of IAF at the Hindan Air Force Station, in Ghaziabad. India airlifted nearly 400 people in three flights from Kabul in an operation that covered Indian citizens as well as Afghan nationals, including Sikhs and Hindus. Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 after the chaotic withdrawal of the United States-led foreign forces. Credit: PTI Photo/Arun Sharma
A village woman pays tribute to a wild elephant which is believed to have died after a lightning strike, at Bamuni hills in Nagaon, Assam. A strong negative lightning flash with a peak current of 39,000 amperes at 9.28 pm killed 18 elephants in Kandali Proposed Reserve Forest in central Assam on May 13. Credit: PTI Photo
A village woman pays tribute to a wild elephant which is believed to have died after a lightning strike, at Bamuni hills in Nagaon, Assam. A strong negative lightning flash with a peak current of 39,000 amperes at 9.28 pm killed 18 elephants in Kandali Proposed Reserve Forest in central Assam on May 13. Credit: PTI Photo
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Published 30 December 2021, 05:37 IST

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