Indian soldiers killed in explosion Four Indian army soldiers have died in a powerful explosion at a military base in the northern state of Punjab, military officials said. The blast happened when a vehicle battery that was being charged suddenly exploded in Jalandhar city late on Tuesday, military officials said. The flames engulfed several vehicles parked nearby and possibly resulted in fuel tank explosions. Army authorities have ordered an inquiry into the incident. Senior police officers said it may be "too hasty yet" to rule out the possibility of sabotage. Reporters witnessed bomb disposal squads and sniffer dogs entering the base area to help in the investigation. BBC News - Indian soldiers killed in explosion ---- What is with the sudden spate of 'sabotage' these days? Between the nuclear tritium-in-the-water-cooler incident and the crashed Su30MKI, there seems to be a lot of 'sabotage' going around? Is it really 'sabotage' or are we just deflecting from our own considerable mistakes?