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Intel Agencies Identify Five Imminent Terror Targets in India

DNA, Posted: Dec 24, 2008

NEW DELHI-- India's security agencies, in cooperation with U.S. and European intelligence, have identified five possible targets of imminent terrorist strikes after Mumbai, reports DNA newspaper. They include the beaches of Goa, an attack on India's aircraft carrier INS Viraat, an attack on the Kalapakkam nuclear plant, as well as helicopter strikes on some sensitive installations, such as a refinery or atomic power station and unspecified locations between the coastal cities of Mumbai and Chennai. As a result, the authorities have canceled all beach parties in Goa between December 23 and January 5, which typically draw large crowds, including Russian and Israeli revelers. The Kalpakkam power plant has now been declared a no-fly zone because of fears that a hijacked aircraft could be used to strike it.

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