Hindus and Moslems clashed in a central city Saturday, and news reports said at least seven people died, including four passengers dragged from a train by a mob.

The clashes in Aligarh, 80 miles southeast of New Delhi, forced the city administration to call for army reinforcements and impose an indefinite curfew, United News of India said.Fighting also broke out in the southern city of Hyderabad, and UNI said one person was slain.

At least 380 people have been killed in Hindu-Moslem violence in the last two months after Hindu fundamentalists announced plans to take over a mosque and replace it with a temple.