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Assam identity crisis: SC verdict on who Assam's 'original inhabitants' are could divide the state

The Supreme Court verdict on who the 'original inhabitants' of Assam are, due on on November 15, could divide the state.

In the first week of November, an audio clip of a local woman journalist was doing the social media rounds in Assam. She was heard seeking help from an unknown person on creating a forum to unite the state's Muslims against the "heinous plot" to deprive them of government jobs and political rights in the next

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