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Major News and Events of 11 April 2017

What Happened on 11 April 2017


3 Pakistani Commandos Died in Accident off Gujarat Coast

As per reports, three Pakistani commandos lost their lives in a mishap off the Gujarat coast on Monday morning.

The Coast Guard reached the spot after getting the message of the accident. Two of the commandos were rescued and three bodies floating in the water were retrieved. The commandos were reportedly from Pakistan Maritime Security Agency.

Reports also say that six commandos boarded the boat belonging to PMSA, which capsized after colliding with one of the Indian trawlers.

Sushma Swaraj Reacts to Kulbhushan Jadhav's Death Sentence

As per reports, a stern warning to Pakistan was issued by External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Tuesday. She cautioned them that they should think about the consequences of carrying out Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence on bilateral relations between India and Pakistan.

Swaraj mentioned in the parliament that the government will do everything required to help Jadhav get the legal support he needs to fight in this case. She also said that the government will take take up the matter at the United Nations as well.




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