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Indians cope with cold weather in New Delhi

We don't often see images of people dealing with cold weather in India's big cities, as much of the year it's so hot. This series of pictures, by Kevin Frayer of the Associated Press is the second collection of his work that we've published in the last week. Here is the first

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Indian men bathe on a water pipe above a sewage drain on a cold and foggy morning in New Delhi, India, Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2011. Though India is famous for its brutally hot summers, temperatures fall sharply for a few weeks in December and January. Poor people, particularly those living on the streets, are the worst hit.

Kevin Frayer / AP

An Indian girl naps as she rides on the back of her father's bicycle on the way to school on a cold and foggy morning in New Delhi, India, Tuesday.

Kevin Frayer / AP

An Indian boy, whose parents are migrant workers, wears an oversized sweater to stay warm on a cold and foggy morning in New Delhi, India on Tuesday.

Tsering Topgyal / AP

A dog in winter clothing sits next to a wayside fruit stall on a cold and foggy morning in New Delhi, India on Tuesday.

Kevin Frayer / AP

Homeless Indian youths warm themselves on a fire in the street on a cold and foggy morning in New Delhi, India on Tuesday.