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Crude bomb found in outskirts of Bengaluru
Vicky Nanjappa | August 01, 2008 23:09 IST
A crude bomb was found in the outskirts of Bangalore city on Friday. However, the alert public informed the police following which the bomb was defused.
The crude bomb containing ammonium nitrate was packed with nuts and bolts and wrapped in a red cloth.
This is the second time that a bomb has been found in Channapatana. The last time a bomb was found was a day before the serial blasts in Bangalore. The police had also taken into possession large quantity of ammonium nitrate, which -- it is believed -- was dumped by terrorists.
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