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Two die in Guwahati as police open fire on Citizenship Bill protesters

IndiaTimes Thursday, 12 December 2019
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Several buses were set on fire and two local officials were injured after being pelted by stones as protests against India's controversial Citizen Amendment Act entered a third day.

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After months of closure, famous Kamakhya temple in Guwahati reopened for devotees. The inner sanctum sanctorum was closed in view of COVID-19. Devotees were seen visiting the famous temple to perform 'parikrama'. Keeping in mind the COVID spread, 15 minutes have been allotted to each devotee visiting.

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