Indian army soldiers conduct a flag march at Rohtak, after Friday was rocked with violence in Haryana state, India, Saturday, Feb. 20, 2016. (Deepak Khanna via AP)
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Ten people have died in caste protests which triggered widespread arson and looting in a north Indian state, police said Sunday, as New Delhi faced a water crisis after mobs shut down a key supply.Protesters again took to the streets overnight despite the stepped-up security, torching shops in Haryana's Rohtak district which is the epicenter of the violence, a local police officer told AFP.After holding emergency meetings, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced water rationing throughout the city, and said schools would be closed Monday to conserve supplies.Talks aimed at ending the violence were set to be held later Sunday in Delhi between Jat leaders, including those involved in the protests, and national Home Minister Rajnath Singh.A senior local police officer warned the situation was tense in Jhajjar as Jat protesters kept up their agitation.
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