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At least six police and poll officials were killed in India in two attacks on Thursday, one in a region hit by a Maoist insurgency and the other in Kashmir, the mainly-Muslim region where many voters are boycotting the election. Police Chief M.L. Meena said five officers were killed when assailants – that police suspect were left-wing rebels – blew up a bus carrying election workers in Dumka, in the eastern state of Jharkhand.

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