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India steps up B’desh border patrols after blasts

India tightened security along its long and porous frontier with Bangladesh on Monday after officials said they suspected involvement of foreigners in blasts that killed 12 people in the northeastern state of Assam. Officials have blamed the separatist United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) for the two bomb blasts on Sunday in the state’s biggest city Guwahati, but said the rebels could have been backed by Islamist militants in neighbouring Bangladesh. Full Story

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