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Indian politician survives attack

Leftist rebels have tried to kill the chief minister of the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, but Chandrababu Naidu survived the mine blast, police say. Mr Naidu had a narrow escape when the mines exploded close to his car, but four others were reported to be in a serious condition. The explosion occurred on a forest road between the Hindu temples sites at Tirupati and Tirumala, the police say. Mr Naidu was rushed to hospital where he was treated for leg and shoulder injuries – his condition was not considered to be dangerous. The four seriously injured are state cabinet minister B Gopala Krishna Reddy, two state legislators from Mr Naidu’s party, and his driver. Full Story

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