Indian protesters defy ban on public gatherings

Large crowds in India have again defied a ban on public gatherings to continue their protests against a controversial new citizenship law.

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    Large crowds in India have again defied a ban on public gatherings to continue their protests against a controversial new citizenship law.

    Rallies were held in New Delhi and elsewhere, with protesters saying the law is "anti-Muslim".

    Al Jazeera's Subina Shrestha reports from New Delhi.


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