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Sri Lanka blasts: Perpetrators of the attack should be brought to justice, says MEA

Sri Lanka was rocked by at least six explosions on Easter Sunday which claimed nearly 156 lives and at least 400 people injured.

Twin bombings target Yemeni Shiite rebels, killing 8

A second explosion was caused by a bomb placed near a window.

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Three persons injured in Assam grenade blasts

Twin blasts rock Assam within a space of few minutes as unidentified persons lob grenades.

Boston bombing: Sikhs concerned over backlash

Sikh Americans expressed concern over the possible backlash against the community in the aftermath of the twin bomb blasts in Boston marathon early this week.

Court extends Bhatkal's NIA custody till Sept 21

Arrested along Indo-Nepal border,Bhatkal is alleged to be involved in a series of blasts.

BJP demands resignation of Manipur CM Okram Ibobi Singh

BJP accused Ibobi Singh government of failing to maintain law and order in the state.

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Grenade attack wounds 10 in Kenya tourist resort: Police

The attack is latest to target areas popular with foreign visitors who are key to the economy.

Yasin pens 'memoirs': path he chose,betrayal by 'close friend'

The prisoner is top Indian Mujahideen (IM) operative Yasin Bhatkal,arrested on August 29.

2 more SIMI suspects held in Raipur

The two arrested on Thursday were identified as Uber Siddiqui and Abdul Wahid Khan.

54 killed in car bomb blasts across Shiite majority areas of Baghdad

Blasts came a day after a suicide bomber attacked mourners at a Shiite mosque.

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On this day 12 years ago, Mumbaikars witnessed multiple blasts on local trains

On this day in 2006, a series of seven bomb blasts took place within 11 minutes in Mumbai’s suburban railway network.

30 Maoists surrender before police, four killed in encounter in Chattisgarh

Bastar, Jan 16 (ANI): Around 30 Maoists surrendered before police in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. Surrendered Maoists were residents of Mundagarh, Kaknar, Burgum, Chandela, Mardum and Lohandiguda villages. The Maoists were booked for various cases including murder, shooting at police officials, bomb blasts and vandalizing government buildings. They decided to give up arms after getting affected by the ongoing encounters and the government’s rehabilitation policy. Meanwhile, in Bijapur district of the state, four bodies of Maoists - including a woman - were recovered after a successful operation against the rebels. The Maoists were killed in an encounter with personnel of District Reserve Guard (DRG). The police also recovered country made grenades and other equipments used by the Maoists.

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