Bodh Gaya


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Bodh Gaya

(ˈbɒd ɡəˈjɑː)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Buddh Gaya
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Kolkata Kolkata Police's Special Task Force (STF) on Friday arrested a member of Islamist terrorist outfit Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB) from West Bengal's Murshidabad district in connection with the bomb blast case in Bihar's Bodh Gaya on January 19, a senior officer said.
Summary: Security of Dalai Lama, Bodh Gaya tightened after recovery of bombs
Rocky had fatally shot at Aditya, when the teenager was returning in a car to Gaya from Bodh Gaya with his friends.
We were then in the defence security corps and supplied arms, ammunitions and food while staying in the Bodh Gaya camp," he said.
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Following the ten serial blasts that took place in the morning of July 7 in Mahabodhi temple, besides three unexploded bombs in the complex, and injuries to monks, the home ministry of Government of India has agreed to hand over the security of Bodh Gaya complex to CISF even though protection of religious places do not fall in the ambit of CISF duties.
One of the most holy places associated with Lord Buddha, the Bodh Gaya temple, was subjected to the terrorist attack on 7 July, 2013.
New Delhi -- Terror struck the temple town of Bodh Gaya in northern state of Bihar, as nine serial explosions rocked the Mahabodhi Temple complex on Sunday morning, Indian media reported.
Indian investigators and police officials are combing through evidence at the Mahabodhi temple in Bodh Gaya in Bihar to determine who would seek to damage the holiest shrine in Buddhism by setting off at least ten low-intensity bomb blasts at the site.
PATNA -- Multiple small bomb blasts at one of Buddhism's holiest sites - the Bodh Gaya temple complex in eastern India - wounded two monks on Sunday but the historic temple was undamaged, police said.
The State of Bihar is located in eastern India and is well known for its Buddhist sites, including Bodh Gaya, which is registered as a World Heritage Site in 2002 and known as the most sacred place for Buddhism.
On a personal visit, Rajapaksa would fly from Colombo to Bodh Gaya first and then proceed to the Tirupati temple, before returning to Sri Lanka on Saturday night or a day later.