Some unidentified motorcyclists lobbed a grenade in front of the Triveni gate of the Pathankot army cantonment, the police said.
Those arrested have been identified as Kanwarpal Singh, Kulwinder Singh and Kamalpreet Singh, all residents of Moga. Kanwarpal disclosed that he had returned from Canada two weeks back.
The mother said the grenade was shaped like a bone and didn't have a metallic surface to ignite suspicion
The area was cordoned off immediately after the explosion took place in a Srinagar locality. A search operation has been launched.
The first grenade was lobbed near Sir Syed gate of the university this noon, a police official said.
Police and paramilitary forces have cordoned off the area and are conducting searches.
The security forces fired some shots in the air in retaliation after a CRPF team was attacked.
The militants hurled a grenade in Hari Singh High Street Market, which is a few hundred metres away from the city centre Lal Chowk.
The area has been cordoned off by security forces and a hunt has been launched to nab the attackers.
Militants lobbed a grenade at a security forces party at Main Chowk Sopore in the north Kashmir district.
A youth from Kalakote area in Jammu and Kashmir was stopped for checking by Army personnel in Poonch when he was found moving under suspicious circumstances outside the Army Town gate.
During interrogation, the juvenile told the police that he had been paid Rs 50,000 by a Hizbul Mujahideen militant for throwing the grenade, the officials said.
A grenade was thrown into a mosque in the southern Philippines where Muslim teachers were sleeping early on Wednesday morning, killing two of them and injuring four.
The attacks come less than 10 days ahead of Republic Day celebrations.
A grenade attack by militants on a security picket at Zero Bridge in Srinagar left at least two police personnel injured on Thursday
The 2004 attack targeted Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's rally, who was the opposition leader at the time.
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