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One dead, 25 injured in two Kashmir blasts

One person was killed and 25 injured in two separate explosions in Indian-administered Kashmir triggered by suspected Islamic militants, police said. The fatality occurred when a grenade hurled by suspected rebels at a police patrol missed its target and exploded among civilians in Pulwama township, 30 kilometres (19 miles) south of Srinagar, Kashmiri’s summer capital, a police spokesman said Tuesday. At least 23 people were injured in the blast. “Casualities could be higher as the explosion took place near the township’s main bus stand,” the spokesman said. The blast sparked panic in the entire area, and some shots were also heard. Police reinforcements were sent to hunt for the attackers. In another explosion in the Lasjan area of Srinagar, two people were injured and a civil truck damaged, police said. Full Story

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