Pakistani troops killed six Taliban militants while four civilians died in rebel rocket attacks in Bajaur on Tuesday, officials said. Pakistan artillery and helicopter gunships pounded underground bunkers of militants outside Khar, the main town in the restive Bajaur tribal district, killing six, local government official Farooq Khan told a foreign news agency. "Six militants were killed when helicopter gunships and artillery fired shells at their underground bunkers," Khan said. Separately a woman and three men were killed, and four others wounded after rebel rockets hit houses, paramilitary barracks and a school, Khan said. The rocket attack created panic in the town, and all markets and government offices were shut down, residents said. A security official and one intelligence official confirmed the death tolls.