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"Railway Board Chairman A K Mittal has resigned owning moral responsibility for Muzzafarnagar train accident which had claimed over 20 lives," India's state-run broadcaster All India Radio (AIR) said.


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The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) on Wednesday issued a statement, calling on the United States and its high-level politicians to "unequivocally and unconditionally" reject and condemn racist hate speech and crimes in Charlottesville of Virginia State and throughout the country.


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The UN chief, who denied receiving pressure from Washington that would stop him from speaking out, stressed that racism, anti-Semitism, xenophobia and islamophobia are poisoning human societies, saying it is "absolutely essential for us all to stand up against them everywhere and every time."




The United States has described itself as a "melting pot" and a country of freedom and democracy in which people of different colors and cultures live in tolerance and harmony. It is in the limelight worldwide when violence erupted in Charlottesville.


The decision by Charlottesville's city council to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a local public park sparked a white supremacist rally on Aug. 12 that later turned into violent clashes between rival protesters.


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The president on Tuesday held a campaign-style rally in downtown Phoenix, the capital of Arizona state to defend his Charlottesville responses while about 2,000 protesters gathered outside shouting "No Trump. No KKK. No Fascism in USA," which exposed deep division in the country.


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