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Mizoram-Assam border issue: Stranded trucks likely to resume movement after Centre's intervention

IndiaTimes Friday, 30 October 2020
Movement of trucks between Assam and Mizoram was likely to resume on Friday after the Centre brokered a high-level meeting between the two states for allowing the stranded vehicles to resume their journey, an official statement said here.
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