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Death sentence for ULFA boss

A Bangladesh court on Thursday ordered capital punishment for ULFA chief Paresh Baruah along with 14 others in the sensational arms smuggling case.

The order was issued by the Chittagang court in the country three and a half years after it ordered arrest of the ULFA chief in the case where police seized ten trucks of arms and ammunition meant for Paresh Baruah in 2004.  

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