The British Broadcasting Corp. is reporting that six gunmen have been shot and killed by Indian security forces at New Delhi’s main international airport. The report on the BBC Web site Thursday was attributed to airport officials.
Airports in India went on high alert Thursday following fresh warnings of attacks as officials said India suspects two senior leaders of a banned Pakistani militant group orchestrated last week’s deadly siege in Mumbai.
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The Guardian reported that there was an shooting incident at the New Delhi airport but that no one was injured.
India was warned of airborne attacks earlier today.
Reuters says that operations appeared normal at New Delhi’s international airport early on Friday.
The AP says that no one was injured in the shooting.
(This post was updated,)