INDIA-NORTHEAST-VIOLENCE

Indian army personnel unload from a truck at Ambadi village in Assam state's Kokrajhar district on July 28, 2012. India's prime minister on July 28 told victims of deadly ethnic riots in the remote northeast it was 'a time for healing' and promised a 'proper inquiry' into the causes of the violence. Premier Manmohan Singh's statements came as police reported five more bodies had been recovered from the conflict in Assam between indigenous Bodo tribes and Muslim settlers over long-running land disputes, pushing the death toll to 50. AFP PHOTO/Diptendu DUTTA / AFP PHOTO / DIPTENDU DUTTA

July 7, 2018 2:30 PM (UTC+8)