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30 hurt in grenade attacks in J&K
Mukhtar Ahmad in Srinagar | June 20, 2003 14:43 IST
Twenty-seven people, including four cops, were seriously injured in a grenade explosion at Pulwama in south Kashmir on Friday morning.
In another incident, three people, including two policemen were injured, when militants attacked the heavily guarded Charar-e-Sharief police station with a grenade in central Budgam district.
The were taken to a hospital. The grenade, the police said, exploded inside the complex.
No one has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
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