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9/14/2017

Pakistan      One person dead in landmine blast in Balochistan
India      Four persons including two BSF troopers injured in Pakistan shelling along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Explosives recovered in Bihar
India      2008 Ahmedabad blasts accused arrested along with his associate in Bihar
India      HM recruiter arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Identity of five militants killed by NSCN-IM in Manipur established
India      AAPSU to oppose Union Government's decision on Chakma-Hajong refugees
Nepal      Prime Minister reaffirms to amend constitution
Sri Lanka      HRW calls on UN member countries to press Sri Lanka to promptly meet targets of UNHRC resolution
India      Over 40,000 foreigners either absconding or dead, says Assam Government







 
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Four persons including two BSF troopers injured in Pakistan shelling along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir

Four persons including two Border Security Force (BSF) jawans and two civilians were injured as Pakistan army stepped up mortar shelling and firing along the Line of Control (LoC) and International Border (IB) on September 13, reports Daily Excelsior. Reports said that Pakistan army started mortar shelling and firing with automatic weapons on the LoC at Sabjian, Degwar and Kassalian in Poonch District. Pakistan also shelled civilian areas and forward posts of the troops. Two civilians were injured when a mortar shell fell near their house at Taglo, Degwar in Poonch sector while two BSF jawans were injured in Sabjian area. Injured civilians have been identified as Mohammad Khurshid son of Mohammad Hussain and Kabir Hussain son of Mohammad Sharief, both residents of village Taglo, Degwar. Two BSF jawans injured in the shelling have been identified as Head Constable-cum-Radio Opera-tor Sandeep Jehangir and Constable Ravinder Singh. Intermittent exchange of shelling and firing continued till late this evening on the LoC.

Pakistani Rangers also opened firing on the IB at Brahman Bela and Raipur forward villages in Pargwal sector of Akhnoor tehsil (revenue unit). Initially, the Rangers resorted to firing with semi-automatic weapons but later also lobbed mortar shells. The BSF retaliated effectively. Intermittent exchange of shelling and firing continued till late night.

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