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Jalalabad suicide bombing: IS takes responsibility, embattled Sikh minority thinks of moving to India

The suicide bombing has created a sense of panic among the local minority groups of Hindus and Sikhs who are thinking of moving to India, after the Sunday bombing killed the Sikh representative Avtar Singh Khalsa.

Avtar Singh Khalsa, Sikh candidate for October polls among 20 killed in Afghanistan blast

Afghanistan blast: Most of those killed, including the politician Avtar Singh Khalsa, were travelling to meet President Ashraf Ghani. Khalsa, 52, is survived by his wife and four children. One of his sons, Narinder Singh Khalsa, was injured in the attack.

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Afghanistan: At least 10 Sikhs among 19 dead in Jalalabad blast

Ghulam Sanayi Stanekzai, police chief of Nangarhar said the explosion was caused by a suicide bomber who targeted a vehicle carrying members of the Sikh minority who were travelling to meet the president. Officials said at least 10 of the dead were Sikhs.

Attack at Indian consulate in Afghanistan: 4 terrorists who attempted suicide killed, all Indians safe

Explosions and gunfire rocked the area near the Indian consulate in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad.

Paddy glut in mandis,moisture delays lifting

Delayed harvesting and the sudden fall in temperature have delayed lifting of paddy from mandis across the state.

From Jalalabad to Dhaka, Afghans celebrate with gunfire, SRK songs

Finance minister Ishaq Dar announced a cash award of $1,000 each for the squad.

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England kabaddi team claims 3 Pak players transgenders

It has asked for a medical check-up,alleging that three players in Pakistan’s women team were transgenders.

India,Afghanistan had 'intel' on Jalalabad mission attack

The alert on Jalalabad came after a team of officials from MEA and security agencies returned to India on July 28.

Pak concerns on Indian presence in Afghanistan in Afghanistan

Coming in the wake of a terrorist attack on Indian consulate in Jalalabad last week,such a statement from the Obama administration could be considered as significant.

Punjab to produce power from solid waste : Sukhbir

Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal today said the state government has chalked out a programme for scientific disposal of solid waste,for which the state has been divided into eight zones.

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