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Militants launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

In two separate terror attacks in Jammu on Thursday, twelve persons, including a Lieutenent Colonel were killed casting a shadow ahead of a meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif on September 29 in US.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 26 September 2013, 12:07:57 PM
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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This morning's attack is seen as a bid to derail the meeting from across the border.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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Encounter at the army camp is still going on, additional forces of CRPF, Police & Army have been called in.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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Militants numbering 3-4 came in army uniform, fresh infiltration can't be ruled out.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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Search operations using a helicopter continue in the region.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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Three army personnel including Lt Col Bikramjeet Singh died in the second strike shortly afterwards on the army camp at nearby Samba, officials said.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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The terrorists reportedly escaped the area in a truck parked outside the police station after the attack and forced its driver to move towards Jammu.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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The first attack took place around 06:45 AM near Jammu-Pathankot National Highway, where the militants barged into a police station wearing uniforms.
Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

Terrorists launch twin terror attacks in Jammu

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Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah condemns the dastardly terror attack in Kathua and Samba.