Indian devotees take part in a religious procession to mark the Rama Navami festival in Siliguri on March 25, 2018. / AFP / DIPTENDU DUTTA
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Clashes in India between supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's party and those of an opposition party snowballed into Hindu-Muslim rioting, with three people killed and dozens injured over two days of violence, police said on Tuesday.The trouble in the eastern state of West Bengal began on Sunday with rival processions by Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the state's ruling Trinamool Congress marking the birth of the Hindu god Rama.Violence broke out on Sunday and spilled over into Monday, turning into clashes between Hindus and Muslims.
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