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Nine killed, 80 injured as militants attack PDP rally; Mehbooba escapes
URI, APRIL 8. In the first-ever attack by militants in this border town, nine persons, two of them assistants of Jammu and Kashmir Ministers, were killed and 80, including two senior Ministers, were injured when grenades were hurled at a People's ...

Jaish military chief, 4 militants killed
SRINAGAR, APRIL 8.The Army today shot dead the head of the military operations of the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad, Qari Mohammed Asif, codenamed Sehrai Baba, and four other top militants of the outfit in an encounter in Kupwara district of ...

Ayodhya, 'foreign origin' issue on NDA agenda
NEW DELHI, APRIL 8.In a major shift from the past, and in deference to the wishes of the Bharatiya Janata Party, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) agenda for governance today declared its commitment to finding a solution to the Ayodhya ...

MCC kills 26 policemen in Jharkhand
RANCHI, APRIL 8. The banned Maoist Communist Centre (India) killed 26 policemen, including 10 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) jawans, in a series of landmine blasts in the Gua forest in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand when the security ...

Bofors issue surfaces again
NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. The Bofors case is again in the news with an English daily today publishing a report by a former Swedish police officer, Sten Lindstrom, who had probed the Bofors-India howitzer case for 18 years, making revelations and posing ...

Pakistan wins second Test
LAHORE, APRIL 8.Paceman Shoaib Akhtar and leg-spinner Danish Kaneria bowled Pakistan to a series-levelling nine-wicket victory on Thursday on the fourth day of the second cricket Test match against India. Akhtar claimed two wickets, while Kaneria ...



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