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05 Aug 2015, 17:52 HRS IST
HC disposes of plea by Cong MP, says Election Commission is already seized of the matterDelhi HC disposes of plea for ECI probe into complaint against PM Narendra Modi for allegedly giving incorrect account of his 2014 LS poll expensesRailway Minister Suresh Prabhu says 12 killed, 25 injured in derailment of two trains in Madhya PradeshRajya Sabha adjourned till noon after Congress members rush into Well raising slogans against govt's "dictatorial" attitudeWe have not liked the LS Speaker's decision on suspension of Cong MPs but we respect her position: Rahul GandhiSonia says she was not aware of any proposal from the government to end the logjam, dharna will continue tomorrowSonia Gandhi along with leaders of six other parties stages dharna in Parliament complex for second day in protest against suspension of Cong MPsCong rattled at govt success, wants to block it, says NaiduSushma Swaraj an asset, Shivraj Chouhan, Vasundhara Raje too best performers: NaiduGovt willing to go extra mile but can't give in to unreasonable demands: Union Minister Venkaiah NaiduPakistani troops violate ceasefire by resorting to firing and mortar shelling along LoC in Poonch district, leaving one woman injured.Kashmir terror attack: Two BSF jawans killed, eight personnel injuredRupee loses 19 paise against dollar in early tradeSensex shapes up, gains 214 pts on capital inflows
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Militant Kasim Khan from Pakistan, involved in attack on a BSF convoy, caught alive. PTI Photo   
Militant Kasim Khan from Pakistan, involved in attack on a BSF convoy, caught alive. PTI Photo   
  • Pak terrorist caught alive       after militant strike kills 2 BSF men
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  • Udhampur: A suspected Pakistani terrorist was caught alive after militants today attacked a BSF convoy on Jammu-Srinagar national highway in Udhampur killing two men of the border guarding force and injuring 11 personnel while the other terrorist involved in the strike was shot dead in retaliatory fire. The terrorist identified as Kasim Khan, who had escaped from the encounter site and taken three persons hostage in a school building in a nearby hamlet, was arrested after an operation was launched by the army and the police, defence sources said.
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