In this photo taken Dec. 4, 2012, a plucker makes her way through the tea bushes on the Addabarie Tea Estate in Assam, which dates back to 1870 and British colonial times in Balipara, India. Tourists can stay at nearby bungalows or a luxury 19th century lodge which once housed the estate manager. (AP Photo/Denis Gray)

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In this photo taken Dec. 4, 2012, a plucker makes her way through the tea bushes on the Addabarie Tea Estate in Assam, which dates back to 1870 and British colonial times in Balipara, India. Tourists can stay at nearby bungalows or a luxury 19th century lodge which once housed the estate manager. (AP Photo/Denis Gray)
In this photo taken Dec. 4, 2012, a plucker makes her way through the tea bushes on the Addabarie Tea Estate in Assam, which dates back to 1870 and British colonial times in Balipara, India. Tourists can stay at nearby bungalows or a luxury 19th century lodge which once housed the estate manager. (AP Photo/Denis Gray)
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