Briefly World: Indian among seven killed in Nepal landslide, 6 missing
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Indian among seven killed in Nepal landslide, 6 missing
Kathmandu: At least seven people, including one Indian, were killed and seven others, six from Darjeeling, went missing after a massive landslide triggered by heavy rain buried five vehicles on a highway in eastern Nepal, police said on Monday.
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Pakistan: Students attack guests at wedding party
Islamabad: Two persons were injured when madrasa students attacked guests at a wedding in Pakistan's Sindh province for singing folk songs, according to a media report on Monday. The incident occurred in the Dad Laghari area of Ghotki Sunday. A man named Hadi Bux Malik and his son-in-law, Hajan Malik, were injured. The students were led by a cleric named Maulvi Tayyab Arain, The Express Tribune reported.
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