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The violence continues, 3 more Hindi speaking people killed on Sunday Evening

Bokajan : Three more Hindi-speaking people were killed and 3 others seriously injured at Parakhowa under Howraghat police station on Sunday evening when militant fired indiscriminately in a local bazaar at about 7.45 PM. Details are awaited.
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Please don't Brand people as "Hindi-Speaking", this web-site as a responsible media for Assam, it needs to harness and enforce some ethics in journalism. Reporting with these type of expressions only dissects the society on the bases of religion, language, creed, etc. Keep marching Assamtimes!! (AssamTimes comments : We are more than happy to do it. But the idea is to also convey and communicate effectively facts, And hence the word Hindi speaking)

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