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Major News and Events of 08 September 2017

What Happened on 08 September 2017


Pakistan violates ceasefire on Thursday, along LoC on Poonch Sector, two Indian Army porters injured

On Thursday, Pakistani troops violated the ceasefire along Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir. The officials reported that two porters of the Indian Army were injured by firing from small arms and automatic weapons by Pakistani troops. Pakistan Army faced retaliation from the  Indian Army personnel guarding the border. In 2017 the incidents of ceasefire violation have increased incredibly. By August 1st, there were 285 such violations by Pakistan Army.

Seven year old boy found dead in Gurugram's Ryan International School

Friday morning saw the death of humanity as a 7-year-old Class-II boy was reportedly found dead in Gurugram's school. As per the reports of ANI, the incident took place at the Ryan International School, Bhondsi. The parents of the boy as well as the school authorities are yet to give a statement pertaining to the incident. The incident took place at around 8 am. A knife has been recovered from the scene of crime. The ANI reported that the body of Class-II boy was found in a pool of blood with his throat slit open. 




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