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Citizen's Meet on Foreign Terrorist's attack on India

On the aftermath of the serial blasts in Assam that killed over 80 and wounded nearly 400 people, the Journalists' Forum, Assam has organized a Citizen's Meet on Wednesday at Guwahati Press Club. The meeting will begin at 2 pm.

The meeting is supposed to discuss about the aftermath of the terror attacks in India and probable plan of actions to raise voices against the heinous crime. The Journalists' Forum, Assam believes that India in general and Assam in particular have stepped in to a serious phase, where we have already been exposed to the growing threats of international terrorism in a massive way.
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