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'Disturbing inputs' about terror attack during Shivratri, says Army commander

DNA Saturday, 5 March 2016
'Disturbing inputs' about terror attack during Shivratri, says Army commanderThere are some "disturbing" inputs about a terror attack in India aimed at creating the "maximum media impact" during the Shivratri festival and the ongoing Parliament session, a top army commander disclosed in Pathankot on Saturday with an assurance that steps have been taken to deal with it.

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Pathankot, March 05 (ANI): General Officer Commanding-in-Chief (GOC-in-C) of the Western Command Lt. Gen. K.J. Singh on Saturday said there are some 'disturbing' inputs about a terror attack in the country aimed at creating 'maximum media impact' during the Shivratri festival and...

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