No one was hurt, but bootleggers threw rocks at the Jhansi-Kolkata Pratham Swatantrata Sangram Express (22198) and broke the windows of a few coaches after two people were detained and liquor bottles were found near Yarpur ward at Patna Junction on Saturday. A Patna RPF special team led by sub-inspector Manish Kumar raided the train and found 230 litres of IMFL valued at Rs 1.87 lakh as the criminals learned that they were being arrested, they alerted their friends, who began throwing rocks at the train as it arrived at Yarpur yard at around 10am. The miscreants smashed the glass windowpanes of a few coaches, but no one was hurt, according to Patna RPF inspector Sushil Kumar. “However, the RPF men chased them away and seized the liquor at Patna Junction,” he said.
KABUL: A crowd of women marched through the Afghan capital on Tuesday, accusing Taliban authorities of covertly killing soldiers who served the former US-backed regime.Around