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11 images show the jarring reality of protests held in India by students

11 images show the jarring reality of protests held in India by students

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The new discriminatory citizenship bill which is passed in India has created a huge drift between students and the governing bodies. The death toll in northeast India has risen to six, officials said on Sunday, as authorities maintained internet bans and curfews to quell unrest.

Police charge on protesters during a protest against Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) India, December 11, 2019.

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Protesters shout slogans during a protest against the new law.

Demonstrators shout slogans during a protest against a new citizenship law, outside the police headquarters in New Delhi, India on Sunday. — Reuters
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Students raising their hands leave the Jamia Milia University following another major protest.

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More protests against the citizenship law in New Delhi, India on Sunday.

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The shoes of rioters are seen all over the road as police patrol the streets in New Delhi.

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A traditional painting is pictured at a musical concert in part of the protest.

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Relatives mourn inside an ambulance next to the dead body of Ishwor Nayak, 25, who was killed in the collision.

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An Indian child prays during a condolence meeting for those killed during protests.

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A man runs past a burning bus that was set on fire by protesters.

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Indian artists paint to express their anger at the Citizenship Amendment Act in Gauhati.

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Protesters run for cover as smoke erupts from a tear gas shell fired during riots.

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