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Thursday, 28 February, 2002, 12:39 GMT
In pictures: Anger in Gujarat
Hundreds of angry Hindus have rampaged through the western Indian city of Ahmedabad.

They torched and looted Muslim businesses in revenge for the deaths of 58 Hindu activists who were burned alive in an arson attack on a train as it passed through the town of Godhra on Wednesday.

Train burns near Godhra, Gujarat, after at was stopped and set alight in an attack by Muslims
The deaths of 58 people, including many women and children, sparked what one Ahmedabad Hindu described as "a volcano of anger"

Rioters in Ahmedabad
Hindu rioters singled out Muslim shops and businesses

Property burns in Ahmedabad
They set fire to hotels, petrol pumps, cars, restaurants and shops

Protesters burn a tyre in Godhra
Violent attacks spread across Gujarat

Protester in Ahmedabad
Police struggled to control the crowds in Ahmedabad

Building burns in Ahmedabad
Curfews have been imposed across the state and police are on alert throughout India
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