Police remove a demonstrator from Marina beach during a protest demanding a permanent solution to ensure the unhindered conduct of Jallikattu, a traditional bull-taming contest, in Chennai, India, Jan. 23, 2017. REUTERS/Stringer
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Jallikattu involves releasing a bull into a crowd of people who attempt to grab it and ride it.Police cordoned off the roads leading to the beach and moved in large numbers to clear the area of nearly 7,000 protesters, said Balakrishnan, who uses one name.The Indian CNN News channel said at least 20 people were injured in clashes with the police.Police were trying to remove nearly 2,000 people still there who have formed a human chain at the beach with some even standing deep in the water.
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