Airports across India have been placed on high alert today following a warning about a possible al-Qa'ida attack.
The alert was issued after an airport in the southern city of Trichy received a letter warning of imminent attacks.
The letter claimed 10 al-Qa'ida militants were planning to breach security cordons at airports in the south of the country and carry out attacks.
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