Wild bear strays into school in J&K’s Pulwama, injures two students

In the cacophony the bear managed to escape in a nearby forested tract

Srinagar: Such an incident could easily be termed as a rarest of rare happening as a wild bear some how managed to sneak out from the wild into a school campus and injure two of the students that ultimately led to injury to 26 other students in the melee. In the cacophony the bear managed to escape in a nearby forested tract Mere sight of a wild bear, More...

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