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Two Pakistani UAVs intrude into Indian airspace
December 28, 2002 00:04 IST
Two Pakistani unmanned aerial vehicles intruded into Indian airspace in Jammu and Kashmir thrice on Friday evening, official sources said.
The UAVs crossed into India at 1905 IST, 1945 IST and 2010 IST in Sheendhara Top, Kantha Top, and Banch areas in Mendhar sub-sector, the sources said.
Indian troops fired at the vehicles but failed to hit, they added.
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