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No cash in ATMs, onions sold at 250/kgs, crises in Assam

Due to the on-going protest in Assam against the Citizenship Act, Assam people are facing a money crisis for purchasing daily essentials. Currently, in Assam, several ATMs have a cash crunch and many petrol pumps have gone dry. The price of food has shot up as onions are being sold at 250/kg, Chicken INR 500/kg and a bunch of spinach which was sold at INR 10 now are being sold at INR 60. Some parts of Assam are still under curfew and because of less supply, the prices have been increased. Src: https://bit.ly/2S0vTLk


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TN man kills woman for stopping him to kidnap stepdaughters; locals stone him to death

In the Namakkal district of Tamil Nadu, a 40-year-old named Samuvel history-sheeter allegedly killed a 75-year-old woman Dhanamamal because she stopped him from kidnapping his stepdaughters. Samuvel went to their house with acid and sharp weapon, when the woman tried to stop, he slit her throat and poured acid after killing her. Later, neighbors gathered and started pelting stones on him. The accused even threw acid bottles at the crowd, in which more than 15 people injured. Locals attacked him and the accused died on the spot. Src: https://bit.ly/38z07uS


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85 arrested and 2,000 protesters detained , says Assam DGP Mahanta

Assam DGP Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta talked about the ongoing protest in Assam against the amendment of the Citizenship Act. He informed that Assam police have arrested at least 85 people and 2,000 protesters have been detained. Mahanta claimed that they are not against any democratic protests and the situation was under control. The police have identified the protester through videos and will detain more people. Src: https://bit.ly/2tkCvtW

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Baraat sent back after UP groom abuses women from bride's side

The incident took place in Sisauli village in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar district on Saturday, when a groom was kicked out of his own wedding and the “baraat” was sent back. This happened after the groom abused some women from the bride’s side. He abused because women from the bride’s side took away the groom’s shoes and demanded money in return. This tradition famously known as “juta churai” custom in India angered the groom. The family members of the bride tried to pacify the groom, but he got angrier, used swear words and even slapped one person. After knowing all these things, the bride called off the wedding. Src: https://bit.ly/34o2Vb9


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