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Fourteen hurt in Kulgam blast

Mukhtar Ahmad in Srinagar | October 21, 2003 19:05 IST

Fourteen civilians were hurt when militants hurled a grenade at a bus stand in Kulgam area of Anantnag district in south Kashmir on Tuesday afternoon, official sources said here.

The grenades was meant for a Special Operations Group team of the state police, but they missed the target and exploded on the road.

Three people who were seriously hurt were taken to Srinagar for treatment while the rest were taken to hospitals in Kulgam.


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