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Coal miners from the Jharia region of northeastern India. Jharia is famous for its rich coal resource and the coal field fire that has burned underground for nearly a century. The area is one of the top coal producing states in India.


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Coal miners

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Ken Hermann
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Coal miners from the Jharia region of northeastern India. Jharia is famous for its rich coal resource and the coal field fire that has burned underground for nearly a century. The area is one of the top coal producing states in India.
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