Jammu and Kashmir: Terrorists attack a police party in Baramulla Pattan, 2 security personnel injured


नई दिल्‍ली/श्रीनगर : जम्मू और कश्‍मीर के बारामूला में बुधवार को आतंकियों ने पुलिस टीम पर हमला कर दिया. दोपहर के समय पुलिस पर हुए इस हमले में सुरक्षा बल के दो जवान घायल हो गए हैं. बताया जा रहा है कि पुलिस टीम पर हमला करने वाले मौके से फरार हो गए है. पुलिस और सुरक्षा बल के जवानों ने इन आतंकियों की तलाश के लिए अभियान शुरू कर दिया है. साथ ही घायल जवानों को अस्‍पताल में भर्ती कराया जा रहा है.

फतह कदल में हुई थी मुठभेड़
बता दें कि बुधवार सुबह ही जम्मू और कश्मीर के फतह कदल इलाके में आतंकियों और सुरक्षाबलों के बीच मुठभेड़ हुई थी. मंगलवार देर रात सुरक्षाबलों को जानकारी मिली थी फतह कदल इलाके में कुछ आतंकवादी छिपे हुए हैं. आतंकियों के छिपे होने की जानकारी मिलते ही सुरक्षाबलों नें अर्धसैनिक बल और स्थानीय पुलिस के साथ अभियान चलाया. 

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3 आतंकियों को सेना ने किया ढेर
सुबह हुई इस मुठभेड़ में सुरक्षाबलों ने अब तक 3 आतंकियों को ढेर कर दिया है. मारे गए इन आतंकियों में लश्कर का कमांडर भी शामिल है. माना जा रहा है कि सुरक्षाबलों को काफी समय से इसकी तलाश थी. वहीं, इस एनकाउंटर में भारतीय सेना का एक जवान शहीद हो गया है, जबकि अर्धसैनिक बल के 3 जवान घायल बताए जा रहे हैं.

एसएसपी ने आतंकियों की मौत की पुष्टि
इस घटना की जानकारी देते हुए श्रीनगर के एसएसपी इम्तियाज इस्माइल पर्रे ने कहा, अब तक की कार्रवाई में 3 आतंकवादी ढेर हो गए हैं. उन्होंने कहा कि इस एनकाउंटर में जम्मू कश्मीर पुलिसकर्मी भी शहीद हो गया.

स्कूल, कॉलेज और इंटरनेट सेवाएं बंद
पुलिस के एक अधिकारी ने बताया कि सुरक्षा बल जैसे ही एक घर के पास पहुंचे छिपे हुए आतंकवादियों ने गोलीबारी शुरू कर दी जिसका सुरक्षाबलों ने मुहंतोड़ जवाब दिया है. फिलहाल मुठभेड़ जारी है. स्कूलों और कॉलेजों को बंद कर दिया गया है और मोबाइल इंटरनेट सेवाओं को भी निलंबित कर दिया गया है.





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Many people injured after two groups ugly fight in Nawada


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9 Injured As DTC Bus Overturns After Being Hit By Truck


Twenty-one persons were on board the DTC bus that met with an accident.

New Delhi: 

Nine persons, including the driver and conductor, of a DTC bus were injured as the vehicle overturned after being hit by a truck under the Wazirabad flyover in north Delhi today, the police said.

The incident took place at 6 am when the bus was coming from Bhalswa Dairy en route Kashmiri Gate, a police officer said.

Twenty-one persons were on board the DTC bus that met with an accident, the officer said.

All the injured persons were rushed to Sushruta Trauma Centre and were discharged after treatment, Nupur Prasad, Deputy Commissioner of Police (North) said.

The truck driver fled from the spot soon after the accident, police said, adding the truck has been seized.

A case has been registered and further investigation is underway. 





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Umesh Yadav To Replace Injured Shardul Thakur For The First Two ODIs


Pacer Umesh Yadav will replace the injured Shardul Thakur in the 14-man squad for the first two One-day Internationals (ODIs) against the Windies, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced on Tuesday. Thakur walked out of the field and did not bowl in the entire match after suffering a groin injury in his debut Test at Hyderabad. Taking his injury into consideration, BCCI has named Umesh Yadav as his replacement in the limited over series scheduled to begin from October 24 in Guwahati. Yadav, who was not included in the team for the Asia Cup has been brought back after his match winning performance in the in the second Test against the Windies.

“The All-India Senior Selection Committee has named Umesh Yadav as Shardul Thakur’s replacement in India’s squad for the first two ODIs against Windies. Mr Thakur suffered a right adductor tendon injury and has been ruled out of the Paytm ODI series,” BCCI said in its statement.

Yadav, last represented India in limited-overs cricket against England in July where he played two ODI matches at Nottingham and Lords. Yadav had a poor run in the series after which he was not included in the ODI team for the Asia Cup. But his recent form in the Test series made selectors pick him in the ODI team.

Yadav clinched 11 wickets in the recently concluded Test series against the Windies that included a 10-wicket haul in in the second Test in Hyderabad.

Indian squad (1st two ODIs): Virat Kohli (capt), Rohit Sharma (vice-capt), Shikhar Dhawan, KL Rahul, Ambati Rayudu, Manish Pandey, MS Dhoni (wk), Rishabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Khaleel Ahmed, Umesh Yadav.





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Man Injured During Protest Dies, Number Of Dead Now 14


Justine had been in coma for the past five months.

Chennai: 

A person, who was injured during the anti-Sterlite protests in Thoothukudi district in May, died last night taking the number of dead in the incident to 14. Justine had been in coma for the past five months.

On May 22, 13 people were killed and more than 60 injured in the alleged police firing during the violent protest against Sterlite plant in Thoothukudi.

The people were protesting against the construction of the Sterlite copper plant, claiming that it was polluting groundwater, and was hazardous for the environment.

Taking note of the people’s demand, the Tamil Nadu government on May 28 ordered the closure of the plant.

In August, the Madras High Court ordered a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the police firing.





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Terrorist Attacks CRPF Camp In Jammu And Kashmir’s Pulwama, 2 Soldiers Injured


Two soldiers were injured after a terrorist attacked a CRPF camp in Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulwama last night. The terrorist attacked the sentry post of the CRPF camp in Kakapura, an official said.

The two soldiers who had bullet injuries were taken to the District Hospital in Pulwama.

The area was cordoned off following the attack.

The attack comes days after a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist was killed in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kangan.

The attack comes weeks after terrorists attacked a CRPF camp in Pulwama. One soldier was injured. Security personnel at the camp of the 183 battalion of the Central Reserve Police Force in Newa retaliated when the came under attack, officials said. The grenade which the terrorists threw at the camp did not explode.





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4 Injured In Blast In Guwahati’s Pan Bazaar, Security Tightened At Markets


Guwahati: 

Four people were injured in an explosion on the banks of the Brahmaputra river in central Guwahati this morning, the police said. The blast on a footpath at Pan Bazaar, not very far from the local police station, led to a long traffic jam as hundreds of people were out at the market on a weekend ahead of Durga Puja.

The four injured people have admitted to a hospital, the police said.

The police said they have cordoned off the spot where the explosion happened and are waiting for the bomb squad to arrive.

“We also don’t suspect it to be a bomb explosion as no splinters were found and the injuries were due to stones hitting them,” said senior police officer Ranjan Bhuyan. “We also don’t suspect it to be a sabotage or terrorist activity from the nature of the blast. It happened in a dump of sand kept for roadside drain construction,” Mr Bhuyan said.

Security has been tightened at all markets in the city.

The head of a faction of the terrorist group ULFA reportedly claimed in some local TV channels that the group was responsible for the blast.

Assam senior police officer Kuladhar Saikia said they will look into the ULFA faction angle, and for now security will be tightened across the city ahead of Durga Puja.





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Explosion At Election Rally In Afghanistan’s Takhar Leaves Several Injured


Bordering Tajikistan, Takhar province has long been a hot bed of Taliban insurgency. (File)

Kabul: 

An explosion at an election rally in Afghanistan’s northeast province of Takhar left several injured, Afghan officials said on Saturday.

Bordering Tajikistan, Takhar province has long been a hot bed of Taliban insurgency.

Afghanistan is set to hold parliamentary polls on October 20.

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Injured Shardul Thakur’s Further Participation In Second Test Doubtful


“Shardul Thakur has gone for scans. He will not take the field today. An update on his participation for the rest of the Test will be taken after looking at the scans and after being assessed by the team management,” ANI quoted BCCI as saying.

The incident happened in the fourth over of the morning session. After bowling the fourth delivery of his second over, Thakur was seen struggling and was really uncomfortable at the middle. Team physio Patrick Farhart went out in the middle to look at the seriousness of the injury and moments later Thakur was seen taking the walk back towards the dressing room.

Earlier, ahead of the start of the play on Day 1, Shardul Thakur received his Test cap from head coach Ravi Shastri. Thakur became the 294th player to represent India in Test cricket.

The Windies team, already trailing 0-1 in the 2-match Test series against India, ended Day 1 of the second Test with 295 runs on the board for the loss of seven wickets. Roston Chase (98) and Devendra Bishoo (2) were unbeaten when the umpires decided to call off the day’s play.

(With ANI Inputs)





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5 Indian Workers Injured In Explosion At Factory In Nepal: Report


Kathmandu: 

Five Indian workers were injured in an explosion at an iron plant in southern Nepal on Wednesday, a media report said. All the injured people were working as daily wage labourers at the iron plant in Simara Sub-Metropolitan City-2 of Jitpur, Bara, The Kathmandu Post reported.

Four of the injured are said to be in a critical condition and are undergoing treatment at a Birgunj-based hospital, the report said.

The injured have been identified as Kamalesh Raya, 22, Naresh Sahani, 23, Sandeep Kumar, 23, Pankaj Kumar, 20, of Sitamadi, Bihar and Binayak Singh, 35, of Motihari, Bihar.

According to the police, the incident happened while they were melting iron in the furnace. Police suspect that excessive heat may have caused the explosion.

Most of the equipment being used at the plant were old, the report said.

Four months ago, nine people were killed and more than a dozen were injured when a tank used to store molasses exploded in Bidyanagar, Bara.

“Factories show the maintenance of equipment only in paper,” a worker said. “But they never repair the equipment.”

More than 500 factories are being operated in Pathliya-Birgunj Industrial Corridor.





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