1 civilian killed, 4 cops injured in grenade attack

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Srinagar, April 30
A grenade was hurled at Kakapora police station in Srinagar on Sunday killing atleast one civilian and injuring another along with four police personnel. The slain civilian has been identified as Ghulam Mohammad Khan resident of Illahi Bagh in Srinagar.
According to sources, the grenade was launched by suspected militants and the injured police personnel and civilian were immediately shifted to hospital after grenade attack.
On April 2, a policeman was killed while 14 other were injured in a grenade attack by militants in the old city’s Nowhatta area. On Saturday, mobile internet services were restored in Kashmir, two weeks after they were suspended in view of widespread student protests against police crackdown on a college in Pulwama on April 15 that left over fifty students injured. The websites and applications which have been made inaccessible in the Valley include Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Wechat, QQ, Qzone, Google Plus, Skype, Line, Pinterest, Snapchat, Youtube, Vine and Flickr. The move had followed repeated student protests in Kashmir, which the authorities believed were fanned through social media.

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