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Dalit protests: How Mumbai was shut down

Anti-Dalit violence in Bhima-Koregaon sets off series of protests in India's financial hub.

by Al Jazeera
10 Jan 2018 GMT+3
Demonstrators stop a train at Kanjumarg railway station in Mumbai. There were numerous similar ways of protests during the two-day bandh, or shutdown, in a city that heavily depends on public transport. Francis Mascerenhas/Indus Images/Al Jazeera

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