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Police thwart a march of Left Democratic Alliance towards the Prime Minister's office in front of the High Court on Thursday protesting the government's decision to close all the country's 22 old-fashioned loss-making jute mills and lay-off nearly 25,000 workers and employees.

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Police thwart a march of Left Democratic Alliance towards the Prime Minister's office in front of the High Court on Thursday protesting the government's decision to close all the country's 22 old-fashioned loss-making jute mills and lay-off nearly 25,0

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