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  • India’s active Covid caseload further contracts to 4 35 lakh
  • Fisheries Bill to regulate fishing in EEZ
  • DDC elections: 27 84pc votes polled till 1300 hrs in 2nd phase in Kashmir
  • Poor voter turnout marks GHMC polling in first six hours
  • Kovind congratulates people of Nagaland on its Statehood Day
  • BJP all out to rig SMC, DDC elections in J&K, alleges Mehbooba
  • Marathwada records 20 73 pc voter turnout till 1200 hrs for Aurangabad Graduate constituency
  • BJP all out to rig SMC, DDC elections, alleges Mehbooba
  • Over 95 pc of US media reports about Russia in context of 2020 election negative: Study
  • Guv rounds off month-long N Bengal trip
  • HP recorded early winter rain or snow, 112 pc excess precipitation in Nov: IMD
  • Russia registers 26,402 COVID-19 cases in past 24 hours: Response Center
  • Mah Council Polls: Kolhapur Division so far records low Graduates turnout
  • PM greets BSF personnel on BSF's 56th Raising Day
  • Army gears up to fight 'weather blues' on Mughal Road
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Russia's antiterrorism committee says two law enforcement agents were killed in Chechnya

Moscow, Oct 13 (Sputnik) Russia's National Antiterrorism Committee (NAC) specified on Tuesday that two law enforcement agents were killed in the skirmish with militants in the capital of the Chechen Republic, despite previous reports about three fatalities.
The NAC said earlier in the day that four militants were neutralized in Grozny after opening fire on the police who urged them to surrender. The Russian National Guard said that there were two special police force officers among the killed law enforcement agents.
"Two law enforcement agents were killed in the counterterrorist operation in the Chechen Republic, one more agent was injured," the NAC said in a statement.
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