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Security Experts condemns Pak's ceasefire violation, advocates retaliation by Indian Army

New Delhi/ Bhopal, Oct 06 (ANI): Security Experts on Monday condemned ceasefire violations by Pakistan wherein at least four are killed and many injured. Alok Bansal said that Pakistan's action reflects desperation as they will be unable to infiltrate once winters comes. He said that Indian army is giving a befitting reply to Pakistan and that is the only way to counter the same. Meanwhile, Praful Bakshi said that this happens every year in desperation and this is to divert minds of people and to make them understand the importance of Pak Army. He said that Army should not only retaliate but become pro-active in the matter to counter the infiltrators. Oct 6, 2014
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Nation celebrates Eid-ul-Azha with religious fervor

New Delhi/ Bhopal/ Mumbai/ Patna/ Hyderabad/ Srinagar, Oct 06 (ANI): Eid-ul-Azha is being celebrated on Monday all over the nation in commemoration of the supreme sacrifice offered by Hazrat Ibrahim and his son Hazrat Ismail in the fulfillment of the divine order. In national capital Delhi, BJP leader Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi along with many other offered prayers on the occasion. Naqvi wished public on the occasion and prayed for peace. People in Bhopal too offered prayers at the mosque. Believers in Ajmer also offered prayers while praying for world peace. To celebrate Eid-ul-Azha, Muslims sacrifice animals including cow, goat, sheep and camel according to their purchasing power on any of the three days of Eid. People also thronged mosques in Mumbai to celebrate the festival with great religious fervor. Oct 6, 2014
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At least five killed and around 30 injured in ceasefire violation by Pak rangers along Indo-Pak bord

Arnia/ Jammu, Oct 06 (ANI): At least five people were killed and around 30 injured in firing from Pakistan at the International Border in Jammu and Kashmir after midnight on Sunday, in the worst attack on civilian areas in recent years. This ceasefire violation by the Pakistanis is the fourth day in a row. Two women and a 13-year-old girl were among those killed when Pakistan Rangers started firing at posts of the Border Security Force and villages in the Arnia sector of Jammu at around 1:30 am. Heavy mortar shelling was also reported even as intermittent firing continues at Arnia and RS Pura sectors. Villagers near the border are terrified and panic gripped the border villages. The injured have been shifted to the government medical college in Jammu. Oct 6, 2014
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Royalties celebrate week long Kullu Dussehra with fervor

Kullu, Oct 06 (ANI): Devotees in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh thronged the streets to celebrate the centuries- old, week long Hindu festival, Kullu Dussehra with the royal family of the place. Hundreds of devotees led by the head of the former royal family participated in the week- long festival. During the festival, idols of the various Gods and Goddesses of the valley are brought out from respective temples in full public view. The festival, which symbolises the triumph of good over evil, is marked by prayers, processions and musical programmes. The week-long Kullu Dussehra festival ends with the sacrifice of a buffalo, a rooster, a lamb, a fish and a crab. A huge pile of grass is also set on fire symbolising the burning of Lanka, Ravana's kingdom. Oct 6, 2014
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Security forces bust militant hideout in Kashmir

Doda, Oct 06 (ANI): Indian security forces busted a militant hideout in Doda district of Kashmir and recovered a cache of arms and ammunition. Acting on a tip-off, the Jammu and Kashmir police carried out the search operation along with an Army unit and recovered the large cache hidden in the forest area. Militants have been frequently attacking security bases in Kashmir since the 1990s, when there was a full-blown insurgency against Indian rule in a region over which India and Pakistan fought two of their three wars. Oct 6, 2014