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بدھ، 7 جولائی، 2010

Indian South Naval Command chief dies in firing at Kochi

Indian Navy's Southern Naval Command chief , Rear Admiral S.S.Jamwal aged 51 died in an accidental firing incident at INS Dronacharya in Kochi, on Kerala coast.
The Navy spokesman Commander PVS Satish told that the officer apparently received a bullet on his head during a training session and died on the spot at present the enquiry is on. The incident is being investigated now, the Navy said, adding that the entire matter was being thoroughly probed.

The Southern Naval Command Chief Admiral S.S.Jamwal was participating in a training session and when the bullet hit his head. Rear Admiral S S Jamwal is survived by wife and two children.

The Southern Naval Command Chief Admiral S.S.Jamwal was participating in a training session and when the bullet hit his head. Rear Admiral S S Jamwal is survived by wife and two children.

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