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7/11 blasts: Mumbai scribe arrested

July 31, 2006 11:45 IST

A journalist of a vernacular daily was arrested in Mumbai on Monday for his alleged role in the July 11 blasts in the city, police said.

Danish Khan, working as a reporter with a Mumbai daily, was arrested by the Anti Terrorism Squad under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act and will be produced in the court later in the day.

ATS Chief K P Raghuvanshi told PTI that Danish may not be directly involved in the July 11 blasts but is suspected of assisting subversive elements.

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Hi, It is time we find some long lasting solution to this problem of "Terror" every where in the country. when an indiviual belonging to ...

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