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Assam violence: Toll rises to 19, Rajdhani Express stopped in Kokrajhar 23.7.2012 NDTV National
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Adi Godrej condemns violence at Maruti's Manesar plant 23.7.2012 TOI: India Business
President of the Confederation of Indian Industry, Adi Godrej, on Monday strongly condemned the recent violence that erupted at the Maruti Plant at Manesar resulting in the death of a senior company official and injuring more than 90 employees including some foreigners.
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Assam toll rises to 19, Rajdhani Express stopped in Kokrajhar 23.7.2012 Asian Age: India
Two more bodies were recovered on Monday taking the toll to 19 in the violence in Assam's Bodoland Territorial Administered Districts (BTAD), as the Rajdhani Express was stopped by protestors in Kokrajhar district, police said. The bodies were recovered from the banks of river Gouranga this morning, they said. Police personnel fired in the air when the bandh supporters tried to forcibly close down shops in Golokgunj and Gauripur towns in Dhubri district during a 12-hour bandh, called by the All Assam Minority Students' Union (AAMSU) to protest attacks on the minorities in BTAD districts, Superintendent of Police Pradip Saloi said. Bandh supporters also ransacked the office of Bodoland Peoples' Front in Gauripur town. The AAMSU subsequently withdrew the bandh following an appeal by ministers. The Delhi-bound Rajdhani Express was stopped at Pratapkhat between Kokrajhar and Gossaigaon by people from nearby villages who alleged that their houses were damaged by miscreants when they moved to ...
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Assam toll rises to 19, Rajdhani Express stopped in Kokrajhar 23.7.2012 DNA: Top News
The bodies were recovered from the banks of river Gouranga this morning, they said.
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Thousands flee violence in Assam, 17 killed 23.7.2012 DNA: Top News
At least 17 people, including a six-month-old child, were killed and many wounded in fighting between indigenous tribes and Muslim settlers at the weekend in Assam, police said.
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Auto industry to take up Maruti unrest with PMO 23.7.2012 CNN-IBN: Business
The Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) on Monday said it will take up the violence at Maruti's Manesar plant with the Prime Minister's Office and the Haryana government.
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Panchayat strips woman for 'extra-marital affair' 23.7.2012 CNN-IBN Top Stories
The barbaric punishment was meted out by the Panchayat of Koral village in Udaipur, Rajasthan.
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Relief camps back in Kokrajhar 23.7.2012 The Telegraph : North East
Kokrajhar, July 22: Relief camps have returned to Kokrajhar after about 16 years as about 40,000 people moved in for safety after the toll in two days of violence in the district mounted to 14 today.
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Violence spreads to other parts of Assam 23.7.2012 deccanherald.com
Violence in lower Assam's Kokrajhar spread to neighbouring Chirang district on Sunday where five persons were killed, even as the toll in the group clashes shot up to 17 in the two districts.

Unidentified miscreants hacked to death three persons in Hasrao Bazar of Chirang district this evening, police said.

In another incident in the same district, two persons were shot dead by a gang at Mongolian Bazaar in Bijni town, they said. A vehicle was also set ablaze earlier in the district.

Meanwhile, in trouble-torn Kokrajhar district, a DIG-ranked police official and three others were injured in a mob attack, while the death toll in the district rose to 12 with the recovery of three more bodies.

IGP (Bodoland Territorial Administered Districts) S N Singh told PTI that DIG S Kumar and Kokrajhar Additional Superintendent of Police Amar Choudhury were on their way to assess the situation.
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Medical Council of India to appeal in HC against order on seats 23.7.2012 TOI: Hyderabad Times
Medical Council of India to appeal in HC against order on seats
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36,000 flee homes in Kokrajhar, as toll mounts to 12 23.7.2012 Hindu: National
Violence spreads to Chirang district, where two bodies were found on Sunday
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Assam: No let-up in violence, toll 17 22.7.2012 Hindustan Times: Top Stories
Assam: No let-up in violence, toll 17
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Penn State scandal: NCAA to announce 'punitive measures' against school 22.7.2012 The Guardian -- World Latest
Athletic body's decision comes as statue of coach Joe Paterno is removed from place of honour outside Beaver Stadium Penn State University, whose leaders are accused of covering-up child sexual abuse carried out by a senior member of its coaching staff, will face "corrective and punitive measures" by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), the governing body said on Sunday. The announcement came as Penn State removed a statue of the late Joe Paterno, a much-revered former football coach and one of four key figures found by an internal report to have failed to protect children from now convicted serial predator Jerry Sandusky. The structure had become "an obstacle to healing", the university's current president said. Paterno was fired in the wake of serial sex abuse allegations against his former assistant – a scandal that engulfed the university and reverberated within major US college football. He died of lung cancer in January. The NCAA, one of three organisations ...
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Violence spreads to Chirang, death toll mounts to 17 22.7.2012 Hindustan Times: India
Violence spreads to Chirang, death toll mounts to 17
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Assam violence: Violence spreads to Chirang, death toll 17 22.7.2012 DNA: India
Unidentified miscreants hacked to death three persons in Hasrao Bazar of Chirang district this evening, police said.
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Kokrajhar violence toll rises to 14 - Times of India 22.7.2012 Google News India
Kokrajhar violence toll rises to 14 Times of India KOKRAJHAR: Five more dead bodies have been found in different parts of Kokrajhar district on Sunday taking the death toll of the communal clash between Bodo tribals and Muslims to 14 since Friday night. Security forces have also been deployed in 31 ... Violence spreads to Chirang, death toll mounts to 17 Hindustan Times Assam clash toll at 12, curfew continues Zee News Assam toll rises to 14, army called in (Third Lead) Newstrack India Business Standard all 90 news ...
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Govt fails to bring laws to protect women: Karat 22.7.2012 CNN-IBN: Politics
In the aftermath of the Guwahati molestation incident, CPM leader Brinda Karat criticised the National Commission for Women (NCW) for revealing the name of the victim and mishandling the whole issue.
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Assam toll is 12, curfew continues 22.7.2012 New Kerala: World News
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Assam toll rises to 12, army called in 22.7.2012 New Kerala: World News
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DIG injured in mob attack, toll rises to 12 22.7.2012 Asian Age: India
Violence escalated in trouble-torn Kokrajhar district on Sunday with a senior DIG rank police official and three others injured in mob attack prompting police to fire in self-defence, while the death toll in the last two days' clash between Bodos and immigrants rose to 12. IGP (BTAD) S.N. Singh said that DIG S. Kumar and Kokrajhar Additional Superintendent of Police Amar Choudhury were on their way to assess the situation in Fakiragram area on Sunday when their convoy was blocked by a mob demanding release of 10 people held in connection with the killing of four former Bodo Liberation Tigers (BLT) cadres. The police officials urged the mob to move out but were instead pelted with stones. Kumar was hit on his head, while two of his personal security officers also got injured. The police resorted to lathicharge and finally opened fire to disperse the crowd in which another person was injured while the vehicles of both the DIG and ASP were damaged by the mob, Singh said. ...
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