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7 Indian troopers, 4 left-wing rebels killed in E. India
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13:26, April 13, 2009

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Seven Indian paramilitary troopers and four left-wing rebels were killed in a fierce fighting early Sunday night in the eastern Indian state of Orissa, said a senior Indian Home Ministry official on Monday.

About 60 rebels, belonging to the Naxalite rebellion haunting India's eastern and central states, attacked a well-guarded state-owned bauxite mine, which is Asia's biggest bauxite mine, Sunday night in Orissa's Koraput district, said the official on condition of anonymity.

Over 100 employees in the mine were safe and unhurt after the rebels fled the mine, said the official.

Rebels in India's eastern and central states have been stepping up attacks upon government forces and civil targets as India is running up to its general elections beginning April 16.


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