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HEADLINE NORTH 9.30 PM

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

: Following are the top stories from the northern region at 9.30 pm.

DEL50 JK-LD INFILTRATION

Srinagar: An and three soldiers were killed during an operation in which they foiled an infiltration bid in Gurez area of North Kashmir, gunning down two of the eight infiltrators, officials said.

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Gorakhpur/Deoria (UP): The police today found an inmate from the home, from where 24 girls were rescued and 18 appeared missing on Sunday night, at an old age home run by the same NGO in

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Lucknow: today admitted laxity by in shutting down the shelter home from where 24 girls were rescued, saying the district officials were aware about the closure order but allowed the facility to operate for more than a year.

DEL7 JK-INFILTRATION

Srinagar: An and three soldiers were killed while foiling an infiltration bid in north Kashmir's Gurez sector, officials said today. At least two militants were gunned down in the operation, they said.

NEWDELHI DES12 LSQ-JK-INFILTRATION

New Delhi: Sixty-nine terrorists have infiltrated into from across the border till June this year, Lok Sabha was informed today.

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Chandigarh: The dissident legislators of the Aam Aadmi Party's unit today announced its eight-member ad-hoc (PAC) for the state.

CHANDIGARH DES3 HR-ROADWAYS-STRIKE

Chandigarh: Roadways employees today went on a day-long strike in protest against the state government's decision to introduce 700 private buses in the state.

BALLIA DES28 UP-MINISTER-PRAYER

Ballia (UP): and (SBSP) Om Prakash Rajbhar's supporters in Dharampura village treat him as a deity and the doesn't mind at all.

CHANDIGARH DES36 HR-GURUKULS-KHATTAR

Chandigarh: The government will give land free of cost to 'gurukuls' which provide free education to children, Minister said today.

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Srinagar: Former ministers and today took on each other with words -- and emojis -- to trade barbs on the issue of elections for the of the Rajya Sabha.

SRINAGAR DES55 JK-SHRC

Srinagar: The State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) has raised questions over the manner police applied the Public Safety Act (PSA), a law which provides for preventive detention of a person without trial for six months to one year, in case of a man from Bandipora who stayed under detention for nearly three years.

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First Published: Tue, August 07 2018. 21:35 IST
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