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Shopian (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], October 10 ( ANI ): Three Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists were killed on Monday when a cordon and search operation (CASO) turned into an encounter in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian.
All affected properties have been evacuated and a 200 metre cordon has been put in place.
The cordon remained in place around the play park for about an hour before the park was fully reopened.
A cordon was put in place around the scene, which also included a children's play park area.
La donacion de sangre de cordon umbilical es una importante opcion para que los menores con leucemia puedan sobrevivir, el Centro Nacional de la Transfusion Sanguinea (CNTS) es responsable de recibir estas donaciones y hoy alberga el unico banco completo de cordon umbilical en el pais.
A blue tent was erected in the centre of the cordon and Police Community Support Officers were nearby.
Hipocrates describio en el Octimestri Partu la presencia de cordon umbilical alrededor de la nuca y el pecho del feto, considerandolo como "uno de los peligros del octavo mes".
POLICE were forced to cordon off part of St Mary Street in Cardiff yesterday after stonework fell from the wall of a city nightclub.
Meantime, parliamentarians from other parties are driving in armored vehicles to the police cordon and then get out of the car.
When firefighters discovered an acetylene cylinder was inside the shed a cordon was put up and people from 30 homes in the street were evacuated as a safety precaution.
James Cordon and Ruth Jones, the writers behind Barry comedy smash hit Gavin and Stacey, were yesterday left wondering how, on an international rugby day, they had managed to attract the second biggest queue Borders in Cardiff had ever seen.