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Indian police commando, Ganesh Raghunath Dhangade (R), shows a tatoo to his family in Thane district on the outskirts of Mumbai on October 16, 2013. Dhangade who got lost as a child at a crowded railway station was reunited with his family after 24 years -- thanks to a tattoo on his arm. Dhangade was separated from his parents in 1989 aged just six when they were boarding a train. He ended up on his own in Mumbai, where he was cared for by a fisherman and then at two orphanages. AFP PHOTO/ STRDEL (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian police commando, Ganesh Raghunath Dhangade (R), shows a tatoo to his family in Thane district on the outskirts of Mumbai on October 16, 2013. Dhangade who got lost as a child at a crowded railway station was reunited with his family after 24 years -- thanks to a tattoo on his arm. Dhangade was separated from his parents in 1989 aged just six when they were boarding a train. He ended up on his own in Mumbai, where he was cared for by a fisherman and then at two orphanages. AFP PHOTO/ STRDEL (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian police commando Ganesh Raghunath Dhangade shows a tatoo to his... News Photo 185039929District,Family,Family Reunion,Horizontal,Human Interest,India,Indian,Mumbai,Offbeat,People,Police Force,Show,Special Forces,TattooPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPIndian police commando, Ganesh Raghunath Dhangade (R), shows a tatoo to his family in Thane district on the outskirts of Mumbai on October 16, 2013. Dhangade who got lost as a child at a crowded railway station was reunited with his family after 24 years -- thanks to a tattoo on his arm. Dhangade was separated from his parents in 1989 aged just six when they were boarding a train. He ended up on his own in Mumbai, where he was cared for by a fisherman and then at two orphanages. AFP PHOTO/ STRDEL (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)