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Several injured in clash in Assam
GUWAHATI, JUL 6 (PTI):
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Published on 6 Jul. 2010 11:49 PM IST
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Several persons, including some CRPF personnel were injured in a clash at Merapani on the Assam-Nagaland border. Trouble took place after the locals wanted to reconstruct their shops which were burnt in a fire caused by electric short circuit yesterday. The securitymen tried to stop them on the ground that any kind of construction on the border was not allowed. In a clash that occured, some local people and CRPF men were injured.
8 injured in road accident in Meghalaya
SHILLONG, JUL 6 (AGENCIES): Eight people were critically injured when their jeep collided head-on with a truck on the bridge over Umian lake about 20 km from here, police today said. They said the accident occurred yesterday. The injured included two women and a five-year-old child, reported UNI.
3 of a family electrocuted in Assam
dBJP submits memo to President, PMO
ITANAGAR, JUL 6 (AGENCIES): The Arunachal Pradesh unit of BJP, in a memorandum to President Pratibha Patil and the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), has demanded immediate rollback of the price hike. The saffron party skipped the all-India bandh call in the state yesterday taking into consideration the Dree Festival of the Apatani community as well as the ongoing school admission process.
In its memorandum the BJP said due to the exorbitant increase in prices of petrol, diesel, kerosene and LPG, rates of food and other essential commodities have been sky-rocketed thereby hitting hard the common people, including economically weaker sections, farmers and workers of unorganised sector, reported UNI.
It said the strategically located border state has already faced the cascading impact of fuel price hike as effected by the Congress-led UPA regime from time to time.

 
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