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Fire accident in Yeswantpur-Tatanagar express train averted

Fire accident in Yeswantpur-Tatanagar express train averted

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Updates from :  the Hindu : Flames engulfed the pantry car and an adjacent coach of the train when it neared Gollaprolu in East Godavari district A major fire was averted in Yesvantpur-Tatanagar Express train at Gollaprolu in East Godavari district in the early hours of Tuesday with a few alerted commuters pulling the chain and stopping the train. However, no casualties were reported. Flames engulfed the pantry car and an adjacent coach too was partially damaged. Fire tenders from Gollaprolu pressed into service and put out the fire. A few commuters spotted flames engulfing the pantry car in the early hours of the day and pulled the chain to alert the railway personnel. The express train came to a halt on the track near Gollaprolu and the commuters of the coaches abutting the pa
Will act against perpetrators of terror sitting across border: PM Modi

Will act against perpetrators of terror sitting across border: PM Modi

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Updates from :  the Hindu : ‘Country has run out of patience and is ready to beat them in their own house’ Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday warned that India would hunt down terrorists wherever they may be hiding. “The country has run out of patience with terrorism and now it is prepared to retaliate and beat them (terrorists) in their own house,” Mr. Modi said, addressing a function here. Inaugurating a new building of a civil hospital, ravaged by serial blasts in 2008 in which 56 people were killed, he said, no terrorist would be spared “even if they hide in the bowels of the earth.” “The bullets of terrorists have repeatedly pierced the heart of India but those indulging in vote bank politics hardly cared to take any action. I am not worried about chair or power.
When 12 warplanes locked on to the target

When 12 warplanes locked on to the target

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Updates from :  the Hindu : In the early hours of Tuesday, 12 Mirage-2000 combat jets of the Indian Air Force (IAF) armed with Israeli Precision Guided Munitions (PGM) took off from their Gwalior airbase on a crucial mission, cloaked in secrecy. The multirole fighter aircraft flew over Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir before crossing into Pakistani airspace and striking the largest training camp of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in Balakot inside Pakistan. “The terror launch pads along the LoC were moved deep inside after the Pulwama attack,” a senior defence official said, speaking on condition of anonymity. “The camp in Balakot, which was targeted, is JeM’s major training camp. It’s in proper Pakistan itself, close to Abbottabad infamous because of Osama bin Laden.” Balakot is abo
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