10 students held burnning Pakistan national flag

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Ten ABVP activists were arrested on Wednesday in Coimbatore for burning Pakistan national flag to protest against the recent Uri attack, killing 18 Indian soldiers.

The students, raising slogans against Pakistan, lit fire to the flag near the Government Arts College, and police managed to put off the fire, after some time.

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Uri, a small town located 103km north of Srinagar, woke up to heavy gunfire on Sunday when four terrorists of Jaish-e-Mohammed group entered the battalion headquarters of 10 Dogra regiment and killed 17 soldiers. All the four terrorists were eliminated.

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