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In this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 photo, Chandran Sharma of India skates to the ball during the 4th Roll Ball World Cup quarterfinal match against Zambia at Shaheed Sohrawardi Indoor Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh hosted the championship for an unusual sport, roll ball, where players on roller skates dribble and pass a basketball-sized ball that they try to throw into a small soccer-type goal. About 750 players from 40 countries around the world took part. Top honors, both for men and women, went to India, where the sport was invented. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)

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In this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 photo, Aija Apsipe, left, of Latvia follows the ball during the 4th Roll Ball World Cup quarterfinal match against India at Shaheed Sohrawardi Indoor Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh hosted the championship for an unusual sport, roll ball, where players on roller skates dribble and pass a basketball-sized ball that they try to throw into a small soccer-type goal. About 750 players from 40 countries around the world took part. Top honors, both for men and women, went to India, where the sport was invented. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)

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In this Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017 photo, Aija Apsipe, left, of Latvia dribbles the ball during the 4th Roll Ball World Cup quarterfinal match against India at Shaheed Sohrawardi Indoor Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh hosted the championship for an unusual sport, roll ball, where players on roller skates dribble and pass a basketball-sized ball that they try to throw into a small soccer-type goal. About 750 players from 40 countries around the world took part. Top honors, both for men and women, went to India, where the sport was invented. (AP Photo/A.M. Ahad)

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Illustration on the future of U.S./India relations under Trump by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

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Indian Army soldiers march during a Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017. India celebrates Republic Day on Jan. 26, marking the anniversary of the country's democratic constitution taking force in 1950. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

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Indian Army daredevils display their skills on motorcycles during Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017. India celebrates Republic day with parades across the country, showcasing India’s military might and economic strength. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

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Soldiers of Indian Armed forces march along Rajpath, the ceremonial boulevard, during Republic Day parade in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Jan. 26, 2017. India celebrates Republic day with parades across the country, showcasing India’s military might and economic strength. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)

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Commuters walk past a vehicle suspected to be set on fire by protestors in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Fans of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Policemen rush to disperse protestors in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Fans of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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A family on a scooter rides past as a vehicle suspected to be set on fire by protestors goes up in flames in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Fans of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Protestors supporting Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual try to hold on to each other as police try to remove them from the Marina beach on the Bay of Bengal coast in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Protestors attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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A protestor supporting Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual tries to resist as police remove them from the Marina beach on the Bay of Bengal coast in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Protestors attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Protestors supporting Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual try to hold on to each other as police remove them from the Marina beach on the Bay of Bengal coast in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Protestors attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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A police officer fires tear gas to disperse protestors in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Fans of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Two wheelers suspected to be set on fire by protestors go up in flames in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Fans of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Protestors supporting Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming ritual try to form a human chain as police try to remove them from the Marina beach on the Bay of Bengal coast in Chennai, India, Monday, Jan.23, 2017. Protestors attacked a police station with stones and set some vehicles on fire Monday in anger at being forcibly evicted from the beach where they been protesting for the past week in support of the sport. Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state, but India's top court banned it in 2014 on grounds of animal cruelty. (AP Photo)

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Protestors hold placards demanding Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming sport banned by India's top court, be allowed to resume unhindered as thousands gather at the Marina beach in Chennai, India, Sunday, Jan.22, 2017. The sport was performed in parts of southern India on Sunday after Tamil Nadu state government signed an executive order Saturday allowing Jallikattu contests to take place Sunday. (AP Photo)

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A protestor holds a placard supporting Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming sport banned by India's top court, as thousands gather demanding that the sport be allowed to resume unhindered at the Marina beach in Chennai, India, Sunday, Jan.22, 2017. The sport was performed in parts of southern India on Sunday after Tamil Nadu state government signed an executive order Saturday allowing Jallikattu contests to take place Sunday. (AP Photo)

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Protestors gather at Marina beach demanding a ban be lifted on the traditional sport of bull-taming, or Jallikattu, in Chennai, India, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017. The sport of jallikattu, held during the four-day "Pongal" marking the winter harvest, involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it. It is popular in Tamil Nadu state but was banned by India's top court in 2014 after animal rights groups argued it was cruel to the animals. (AP Photo)

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Illustration on Trump's enthusiasm for India by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times