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One dead, 50 injured
Quota rally in Hisar gets violent
Hisar, September 13
A youth was killed as the police opened fire at an unruly mob which blocked traffic on National Highway-10 at Mayyar village, near here, today. More than 50 persons, including 20 policemen, were injured. Superintendent of Police Subhash Yadav was pushed around in the melee. The deceased, Sunil Lamba (22), was a resident of Ladwa village in this district.
Activists of the Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti block the GT Road near Hasanpur-Kurar village in Sonepat district Activists of the Jat Aarakshan Sangharsh Samiti block the GT Road near Hasanpur- Kurar village in Sonepat district.
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Missionary school set on fire
More areas brought under curfew
Srinagar, September 13
At least 17 persons, including a policeman, were killed and around 70 others injured in a fresh spate of stepped up violence across the Kashmir valley since last night, despite curfew restrictions being in force. Koran sacrilege reports by a foreign TV news channel reportedly triggered the fresh spate of violence.

Malerkotla under curfew after church set ablaze
Malerkotla, September 13
Curfew was clamped in Malerkotla town today after a local church was set on fire following rumours that a holy book had been burnt in the US. The police has booked five persons and sealed all temples, mosques and the remaining two churches in the town.

PM offers talks to youth in Kashmir
New Delhi, September 13
As violence continued unabated in the valley, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today extended olive branch to the youth in Jammu and Kashmir, offering to hold talks with them within the ambit of the Constitution provided they eschew violence.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets commanders at the Annual Combined Commandersí Conference of the Armed Forces in New Delhi Prime Minister Manmohan Singh meets commanders at the Annual Combined Commandersí Conference of the Armed Forces in New Delhi on Monday. Defence Minister AK Antony is also seen in the picture. Tribune photo: Mukesh Aggarwal


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The Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), which held a three-hour meeting this evening to discuss various options on curtailing the growing violent protests in Jammu and Kashmir, today chose to once again explore the option of a political dialogue as a solution to the problem for which it has called an all-party meeting on Wednesday.

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