This week in pictures: Super blue blood moon, Union Budget and more

Published: 03rd February 2018 09:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd February 2018 10:06 AM  

The impact of the Union Budget 2018 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley could be manifold in the primary agriculture sector while farming is fast loosing its charm. For stake holders like the farm workers and agriculturists at Kizhakkeppuram paddy field near Varkala in Thiruvananthapuram, harvesting hopes and woes along with the crop the concerns are much higher than reflected in the budget. (EPS | BP Deepu)
Even though winter chill is receding, Ooty still feels extreme chill as dew drops are seen in a farm near Charring Cross. (EPS | A. Raja Chidambaram)
A baby monkey drinking mother's milk inside the IIT Madras campus in Chennai. (EPS | Sunish P Surendran)
The sun sets below the horizon as seen from the Radio Astronomy Center RAC in Muthorai Village near Udhagamandalam on Friday. (EPS | Anwar Basha)
Bright and full moon visible from Chennai. (EPS | Marti Louis)
A farmer is seen walking near the palm trees at Kulamangalam in Madurai during evening hours. (EPS | K.K. Sundar)
Female farmworker drying samba paddy in Kulumani near Tiruchy. (EPS |M K Ashok Kumar)
Lunar eclipse behind Maiya Mandapam in Vandiyur Mariyamman temple tank in Madurai. (EPS | K.K. Sundar)
Devotees take part in a procession during the Thaipuyam festival in Kochi. (EPS | Melton Antony)
Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Edappadi K Palaniswamy with Governor of Tamil Nadu Banwarilal Purohit and other cabinet ministers paid a floral tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Marina Beach on his 70th Death Anniversary on 30th January. (EPS | Ashwin Prasath)
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