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SRINAGAR http://www.thecowboysgearshop.com/Cowboys-Chris-Jones-Draft-Jersey/ , Indian-controlled Kashmir, June 5 (Xinhua) -- Four militants were killed in a fierce gunfight with Indian troops Monday in restive Indian-controlled Kashmir, police said.


The militants, according to police, tried to storm a paramilitary camp in Sumbal village of Bndipora, 40 km north of Srinagar city, the summer capital of Indian-controlled Kashmir.


"Early today at around 4:00 a.m. local time militants tried to enter a paramilitary camp of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Sumbal, Bandipora with the aim to carry out a (fidayeen) suicide attack. However, the attack was foiled just outside the camp, which resulted in killing of four militants," a senior police official posted in Bandipora told Xinhua.


According to police, immediately after the militants attempted to enter the paramilitary camp, reinforcements of Indian police and army were rushed to the spot to take on militants.


The stand-off continued for around two hours, police said.


Police officials said they have not suffered any causality or damage in the attack.


"All the policemen and paramilitary troopers are safe and our side has not suffered any damage during the attack," the police official said.


The identity of the slain militants was being ascertained. However, preliminary investigations carried out by the police suggest the militants are foreigners.


Region's Police Chief Shesh Paul Vaid said police recovered four assault rifles and some ammunition from the slain militants.


On Saturday two army troopers were killed and four others wounded after militants attacked their convoy in Qazigund town of the region.


Last month eight militants, including a top commander of Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) militant outfit, were killed in two separate gunfights in the region. Following the commander's killing, authorities have to impose restrictions for four days to prevent clashes and protests.


Militant groups are engaged in a guerrilla war with Indian troops in the region since 1989. The militants often carry out attacks on police and army in the region. Gunfight between the two sides takes place intermittently.


Kashmir, the Himalayan region divided between India and Pakistan, is claimed by both in full. Since their independence from Britain, the two countries have fought three wars, two exclusively over Kashmir.


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ABUJA, Dec. 2 (Xinhua) -- With the completion of the track laying work of Nigeria's first standard gauge railway modernization project linking the capital city Abuja and the northwestern state of Kaduna, hope was rekindled that the government's transformation agenda, particularly for the rail transport sector, would yield fruitful results in the West African country.


The project, executed by Chinese rail construction giant China Railway Construction Corporation (CRCC), will be fully completed in February 2015 and the rail transport services, the first of its kind in Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, will commence at the end of that month.


Constructed in three years, the rail road project gulped nearly 850 million U.S dollars and lasts 186.5 km with nine stations and a design speed of 150 km per hour.


The Abuja-Kaduna rail line is one of the first Standard Gauge Railway Modernization Projects (SGRMP) undertaken in Nigeria. It is the first segment that is being implemented as part of the Lagos-Kano standard gauge project, which will link the commercial hub of Nigeria and the hub of economic activities in the northwest region of the country.


The railway modernization initiative in Nigeria aims at replacing the existing narrow gauge system with the wider standard gauge system, while allowing high-speed train operations on the railway network.


With Nigeria's Minister of Transport Idris Umar tightening the last screw of the rail track at a well-attended ceremony on Monday, the Abuja-Kaduna project is now 93 percent near completion, he said, describing the initiative as a "significant milestone in the history of Nigeria", as well as a testimony that the transformation agenda of the government was yielding good results.


"I am delighted to be here to perform yet another milestone of the Nigerian railway modernization project," Umar said, noting it will ease the mass movement of people from the Nigerian capital city to the northwestern state of Kaduna. The Nigerian official said the government, as part of its ongoing transformation agenda, would remain committed to carrying out a lot of modernization projects to make transportation easier for all Nigerians.


"We have a 25-year strategic vision for the development of the Nigerian railway. Under this strategic vision, it is our intention that every state in the country will be connected to rail. Every state capital, including major economic corridors and zones, will be fully connected to the rail network," he added.


Noted as a huge milestone in the development of inter-modal transport system in Nigeria, the Abuja-Kaduna railway is also very strategic to economic development in the West African nation, citizens said.


Adamu Abdullahi, a cleric, said seeing the construction of the rail project was a great experience but transiting from one place to another in the train would be a greater experience for him, since he has never had such experience as a 30-year

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