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Pix: Pak beating celebrated from Brighton to Bhilwara!

Last updated on: March 31, 2011 16:46 IST

Grand celebrations in East London



Fans from all over the world celebrated India's memorable World Cup semi-final victory over Pakistan on Wednesday.

Pictures of frenzied celebrations after the match are pouring in from our readers across the globe.

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Kunal Patel from the UK sent us photographs of super celebrations after India win in Mohali.

'We had a grand celebration in London on Ilford Lane in East London,' writes Kunal.

Image: Indian fans in East London celebrate the semi-final victory on Wednesday


Mad celebrations in Bhilwara

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Another reader, Anooo Kumar Somani sent us this picture from Bhilwara, Rajasthan.

Anoop termed the celebrations 'mad', as the Bhilwara night was brought to life by the lighting of hundreds of crackers, he says.

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'Sutli bombs and other crackers were used as fans expressed their joy' after India's 29-run victory over Pakistan.

Image: Indian fans in Bhilwara, Rajasthan burst crackers after India's victory on Wednesday

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Excitement extends to Brighton

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While India and Pakistan did battle in the World Cup semi-final in Mohali, the buzz was strong even in the UK.

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Here we have reader Bankim Chandra from Brighton, England, having a good time in the company of friends while Dhoni & Co took on the Pakistanis.

Image: Reader Bankim Chandra and a friend celebrate India's win over a drink

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Thousands cheer team India in Pune

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One look at this picture and it seems like all of Pune has decended on Ferguson College Road to cheer for Team India. This picture sent by Dhananjay Pathak just shows the passion involved with a India-Pakistan encounter.

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Like someone said, 'You can take the fan away from cricket field, but you can't take out the passion.'

Image: Scenes from Ferguson College Road in Pune

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