At least 14 persons were burned to death yesterday and six others killed in Hindu-Moslem clashes in the western state of Gujarat over an affirmative action program for underprivileged groups, Reuter reported.

Police said the major violence erupted in the state's largest city, Ahmedabad, where arsonists set rows of houses ablaze. Police said up to 50 persons were injured in the violence, which also hit other cities.

In northeastern India, clashes between the police forces of Nagaland and Assam left two persons dead, 320 huts burned and sent thousands of people fleeing, officials said. Trouble started five weeks ago, when Assam police stopped Nagaland police from erecting a fence along the disputed frontier.

In the Sikh holy city of Amritsar, moderate and militant Sikhs clashed during a meeting at the Golden Temple. Ten persons were injured in the fighting, which broke out when militants shouted slogans praising slain extremist leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. AROUND THE WORLD Clashes in India Leave 20 Dead, Houses Burned

NEW DELHI -- At least 14 persons were burned to death yesterday and six others killed in Hindu-Moslem clashes in the western state of Gujarat over an affirmative action program for underprivileged groups, Reuter reported.

Police said the major violence erupted in the state's largest city, Ahmedabad, where arsonists set rows of houses ablaze. Police said up to 50 persons were injured in the violence, which also hit other cities.

In northeastern India, clashes between the police forces of Nagaland and Assam left two persons dead, 320 huts burned and sent thousands of people fleeing, officials said. Trouble started five weeks ago, when Assam police stopped Nagaland police from erecting a fence along the disputed frontier.

In the Sikh holy city of Amritsar, moderate and militant Sikhs clashed during a meeting at the Golden Temple. Ten persons were injured in the fighting, which broke out when militants shouted slogans praising slain extremist leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.