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Twin terror strikes in Jammu; 10 killed
Militants target police station in Kathua, Army camp in Samba Lt Col among dead; Colonel injured All 3 terrorists gunned down
Jammu, September 26
Policemen run for cover during a militant attack at an Army camp in Samba on Thursday. Dressed in Army fatigues, a group of three heavily-armed Pakistani terrorists killed at least 10 persons, including a Lieutenant Colonel, in twin terror attacks on the Hiranagar police station in Kathua district.
Policemen run for cover during a militant attack at an Army camp in Samba on Thursday. — AFP

Terrorists possibly entered via Chhap Nullah near border
Jammu, September 26
Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today said the three terrorists, who carried out attacks in the Jammu region, had come from across the border through the Hiranagar sector.

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PM says peace talks to go on
Washington DC, September26
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh branded Thursday's attack by militants on a police station and Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir as "barbaric" but - without mentioning Pakistan - said it would not derail efforts to pursue peace through dialogue. "This is one more in a series of provocations and barbaric actions by the enemies of peace," Singh said in a statement. 

Attacks shatter Chandigarh family
Chandigarh, September 26
Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh, who was killed in Samba.The terror attack on an Army unit in Jammu has shattered a family in Chandigarh, which lost its only son, Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh. The 37-year-old officer was the second-in-command of 16 Cavalry that came under militant attack today. with him in Samba) and his parents, Maj Paramjit Singh and mother Luvpreet.

Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh, who was killed in Samba. Tribune photo: Pradeep Tewari

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Convicted lawmakers in House
Don’t sign ordinance, BJP tells President
New Delhi, September 26
BJP leaders LK Advani (L), Arun Jaitley (R) and Sushma Swaraj at Rashtrapati Bhawan on Thursday.With the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) knocking at the door of President Pranab Mukherjee urging him not to give his assent to the ordinance providing protection of membership to convicted lawmakers. 

BJP leaders LK Advani (L), Arun Jaitley (R) and Sushma Swaraj at Rashtrapati Bhawan on Thursday. — PTI

SC puts 7 states on notice
New Delhi, September 26
 Enlarging the scope of the PILs on the coal scam, the Supreme Court today issued notice to seven states seeking their replies to four questions on the allocation of coal blocks in their territories. A three-member Bench headed by Justice RM Lodha sought the states’ response as Attorney General GE Vahanvati said the Centre had merely played the role of a facilitator in the allocations.
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Last chance saloon for Manmohan and Obama
Raj Chengappa
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September 26
When Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrived at the Andrews Air Force Base at Maryland today for a record sixth bilateral summit with a US President, it was apparent that there was a sea change in the atmospherics from that prevalent at his first summit in 2005 with the then US President George Bush.




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