Top Headlines: Indian soldiers might have walked into a death trap by Pakistani forces

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Indian soldiers might have walked into a death trap by Pakistani forces
The incident in Krishna Ghati sector along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir occurred when a joint team of the Army and the BSF had gone to check the veracity of an intelligence report that landmines had been planted by Pakistani troops on the Indian side.
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Police identify woman who ‘trapped’ MP
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Reliance Jio’s ‘Welcome Offer’ fall-out: Trai to make new testing rules
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IPL 2017: Super Stokes seals stunning Pune win
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IPL 2017: MI beat RCB to jump to top spot
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Hockey India recommends Sardar Singh for Khel Ratna
Hockey India (HI) on Monday recommended senior player and former captain Sardar Singh for the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, country’s highest sporting honour.

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LPG price hiked by Rs 2, kerosene by 26 paisa
Subsidised cooking gas (LPG) price was on Monday hiked by about Rs 2 per cylinder and kerosene rate by 26 paisa a litre as government looks to eliminate subsidy on the fuel through small hikes.
Core industries grow by 5% in March, fastest in 3 months
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Erdogan pitches for free trade agreement with India
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Rahul Khanna shares throwback picture with late father Vinod Khanna
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