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and is also battling a militant insurgency in its largely Kurdish southeast.By: Reuters | Istanbul | Published: May 12they set it on fire, said Ajay Tomarjoint commissioner of police (JCP) of sector-I Tomar said the driver of the vehicle and two other constables sustained minor injuries in the incident which took place near Afzal Tower in Juhapura around 730pm SoonTomaralong with DCP (zone-I) Sandip Singh and officials of Crime Branch reached the spot with 40 to 50 police vehicles and and brought the situation under control No arrests or detentions were madepolice said Tomar said the calves were safely brought to Vejaplpur police station City Police Commissioner Sudhir Sinha said security had been beefed up in the area A few persons in the mob have been identified and others who escaped will be caught soonSinha added For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related News 2011 2:15 am Related News Three policemen were injured after an irate mob pelted stones and set their vehicle afire in Juhapura area late on Saturday evening. Pooja Mishra, This twenty-something budding stylist paired his yellow cotton trousers with a plain white buttoned-down shirt. Their efforts soon paid dividends as Adam scored the equaliser in the 32nd minute of the match.

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