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Silchar marches for Pritam in driving rain 25.7.2012 The Telegraph : North East
Silchar/Patna, July 24: The anger against the killing of PhD student Pritam Bhattachajree continued to reverberate in the state.
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Five rioters gunned down - Calcutta Telegraph 25.7.2012
Five rioters gunned down Calcutta Telegraph Kokrajhar/Guwahati, July 24: Security forces gunned down five rioters and seven more bodies were recovered in Kokrajhar district today, taking the death toll to 32. Besides, sources in the chief minister's office said, 21 were injured, 11 were reported ... Army called out in Assam as violence escalates The Hindu Assam violence rages, 32 dead Hindustan Times Assam riots toll rises to 32; more than 70000 flee homes Times of India NDTV Chandigarh Tribune Reuters India all 1,172 news ...
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Cops shoot to glory 25.7.2012 The Telegraph : North East
manipur shooting
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Ulfa threat ahead 25.7.2012 The Telegraph : North East
Jorhat, July 24: Ulfa's anti-talks faction is trying to carry out acts of sabotage in Upper Assam at important government establishments on the eve of its martyrs' day on July 27 and in the run-up to Independence Day.
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4 die in Assam firing, toll 32 25.7.2012 Asian Age: India
The security forces shot dead at least four persons in firing incidents to check violent mobs which attacked passenger trains, petrol pumps and houses in different parts of Assam’s trouble-torn Kokrajhar on Tuesday. <!--break--> Also, with seven more bodies found in Kokrajhar and Chirang districts, the death toll in Western Assam’s communal clashes has gone up to 32. Close to one lakh people have become homeless following the violence. As clashes erupted in several new areas between illegal immigrants and Bodos, the state sounded an alert in Sonitpur, Baska, Kamrup (Rural) and Darrang districts. The Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, called chief minister Tarun Gogoi and asked him to do “everything possible” to control the violence. Mr Gogoi on Tuesday directed the administration to call in the Army, which is now conducting flag marches in troubled areas. Bodoland Territorial Council chief Hagrama Mahiliary, now camping in Kokrajhar, on Tuesday blamed the state government for not giving ...
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Assam toll 32, Army called out 25.7.2012 Indian Express: Front Page
* 1.70 lakh displaced * Too many relief camps a security concern, say MLAs
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‘Asif Sheikh sold family shop in connivance with police officers’ 25.7.2012 Indian Express: Mumbai
Nadir Shah Patel — father of actress Laila Khan who, along with five family members, was allegedly murdered at her Igatpuri farmhouse last year — filed an affidavit in the Bombay High Court on Tuesday stating that after his family went missing, Asif Sheikh, named by the police as the second husband of Laila’s mother Shelina, sold a shop owned by Laila’s sister Azmina in Lokhandwala, Andheri (W).
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Assam violence rages, 32 dead - Hindustan Times 25.7.2012
Assam violence rages, 32 dead Hindustan Times More than 50000 terror-stricken people fled their homes in lower Assam&#39;s Kokrajhar, Chirang and Dhubri districts as raging ethnic clashes between Bodos and Muslims claimed four more lives on Tuesday. The violence that started on Friday has left 32 dead ... Assam riots toll rises to 32; more than 70000 flee homes Times of India 4 killed in Assam firing; toll rises to 32 Deccan Herald Assam violence claims 25 lives, 1500 more jawans sent Livemint Indian Express NDTV IBNLive.com all 1,151 news ...
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Assam violence claims 25 lives, 1,500 more jawans sent 25.7.2012 Mint: Latest
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called up chief minister Tarun Gogoi during the day and directed him to do everything possible to control the violence
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Assam riots toll rises to 32; more than 70,000 flee homes 25.7.2012 TOI: India
Assam riots toll rises to 32; more than 70,000 flee homes
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Thousands homeless, 32 dead in Assam violence 24.7.2012 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Thousands homeless, 32 dead in Assam violence
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Assam violence unabated, toll 32 24.7.2012 deccanherald.com
Ethnic violence on Tuesday escalated in more areas of western Assam with 11 fresh casualties in clashes and police firing, forcing the Centre to rush 1,500 more paramilitary personnel to control the unrest that has claimed 32 lives so far.

A concerned Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called up Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and asked him to do "everything possible" to control the violence while promising the Centre's full cooperation.

"Four persons were killed in police firing this morning when they were indulging in violence in Rampur and Chaparkata areas of Kokrajhar," IGP, (BTAD), S N Singh told
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Govt struggles to control Assam riots 24.7.2012 Mumbai Mirror
Police shot at a roving mob in Assam on Tuesday as security forces struggled to contain ethnic fighting that has killed 22 people and left remote hamlets in flames, forcing tens of thousands from their homes...
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Security forces recover cache of arms from cremation ground in Tinsukia 24.7.2012 New Kerala: World News
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4 killed in Assam firing; toll rises to 32 24.7.2012 deccanherald.com
4 killed in Assam firing; toll rises to 32
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Assam violence claims 32 lives; 1500 more jawans sent 24.7.2012 NDTV
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Molestation case: Scribe sent to jail 24.7.2012 Assam Times
TV journalist Gauravjyoti Neog was remanded to judicial custody after he was produced before the chief judicial magistrate in Guwahati on Tuesday. Neog, who filmed
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Ethnic frenzy toll mounts to 32 24.7.2012 Assam Times
Ethnic frenzy in three lower Assam districts has gone from bad to worse. The death toll has mounted to 32 on Tuesday. Chief Minister Tarun
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Assam violence claims 32 lives, 1,500 more jawans sent 24.7.2012 Asian Age: India
Ethnic violence on Tuesday escalated in more areas of western Assam with 11 fresh casualties in clashes and police firing, forcing the Centre to rush 1,500 more paramilitary personnel to control the unrest that has claimed 32 lives so far. A concerned Prime Minister Manmohan Singh called up Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and asked him to do "everything possible" to control the violence while promising Centre's full cooperation. "Four persons were killed in police firing this morning when they were indulging in violence in Rampur and Chaparkata areas of Kokrajhar," IGP, (BTAD), S N Singh said. Seven more bodies were recovered in Kokrajhar and Chirang districts. As new areas came under the grip of the ongoing clashes that began last week between illegal immigrants and Bodos, the state government sounded alert in Sonitpur, Baska, Kamrup (rural) and Darrang districts, official sources said. The Prime Minister spoke to Gogoi and took stock of the situation. UPA ...
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Assam violence claims 32 lives, more forces sent 24.7.2012 CNN-IBN Top Stories
The Centre on Tuesday rush 1,500 more paramilitary personnel to control the unrest that has claimed 32 lives so far.
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