Muslims and Bodos displaced by violence give horrific accounts of how two groups fought, maimed and killed each other.
Prerna Suri, Al Jazeera's correspondent based out of New Delhi, reports from India, Sri Lanka and Nepal. In her role, she’s covered the 2009 Indian pa... rliamentary elections; floods in Southern and Central India; tensions between India and Pakistan; and various development and human rights issues from the most under-reported parts of the country. In Nepal, she's covered the 2010 elections while in Sri Lanka, she has regularly reported on the post-conflict situation and the 2011 floods. Before joining Al Jazeera English, Prerna worked as a senior correspondent and presenter for India’s national news network NDTV. During her time there, she was the first Indian broadcast journalist to report from Darfur and Tibet.
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