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Bomb Found on L.K. Advani's Route

A pipe bomb was found on the route of senior Bharatiya Janata Party, BJP leader L.K. Advani's second leg of the Jan Chetna Yatra. Oct 28, 2011
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J&K: 5 terrorist attacks in 2 days

Just on the heels of the statement made by Omar Abdullah that the Armed Forces Special Powers Act and Disturbed Areas Act would be revoked in some parts of the state, five terrorist attacks have taken place. Oct 26, 2011

India Expresses Concern over Travel Advisories by US, Other Countries

India is concerned about the travel advisories some countries have issued to their citizens. The US, UK, New Zealand, Canada and Australia have asked their citizens to be cautious while travelling to India, citing threats of terrorist attacks. This has prompted the country to raise its voice against the advisory. Oct 26, 2011
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India Closest it Has Ever Been to Eradicating Polio

In a landmark achievement, India is closer to victory than it has ever been, in its fight to eradicate polio from the country. According to a report by All India Radio (AIR), only one case has been reported in the last year. Oct 24, 2011

Indian Army Chopper Lands in PoK, Army Officers Detained

An Indian Army helicopter was forced to land after it strayed into Pakistan-occupied Kashmir this afternoon. The Pakistani armed forces have detained four Indian army officers on board the chopper for violating the airspace Oct 23, 2011
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2G Scam: Accused Charged With Criminal Breach of Trust

On Saturday, a special court in Delhi charged all 17 accused in the 2G scam, including former telecom minister A. Raja and former Tamil Nadu chief minister M. Karunanidhi's daugher, Kanimozhi, with criminal breach of trust and cheating. Oct 22, 2011

Former Karnataka CM Surrenders, Sent to Jail

Former chief minister of Karnataka B S Yeddyurappa surrendered before a session court judge and was remanded to judicial custody on Saturday as the court rejected his bail plea. Oct 15, 2011
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Supreme Court Affords Kasab Chance to Defend Himself

In a landmark verdict that upholds the spirit of democracy in the country, the Supreme Court of India has stayed the death sentence previously given, by a Mumbai Trial Court and upheld by the Bombay High Court, to Ajmal Amir Kasab, 24. Oct 10, 2011