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Sunday, October 14, 2001, Chandigarh, India

 Updated at 3 am (IST)

Ground attack on Kabul soon
USA resumes bombings * Uzbekistan not to help in strikes
Kabul, October 13
US jets launched fresh attacks tonight in the Kabul area, firing at least seven missiles at targets at the northern end of the city. Residents could see heavy smoke rising in the area north of the airport despite the darkness.
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The US military releases new pictures of targets.
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Afghans view houses reduced to a rubble in Kabul on Saturday

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Afghans view houses reduced to a rubble in Kabul on Saturday following the sixth night of US aerial bombings. 
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Use of airbases not for attacks: Pak
Islamabad, October 13
Pakistan has said permission to US forces to use two of its airbases for emergency purposes is in line with Islamabad’s decision to provide airspace, intelligence and logistic supports for military action. Video: (28k, 56k)

Pervez ‘linked’ to Rabita Trust
Washington, October 13
Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf was until recently on the board of Rabita Trust, whose assets have been frozen by the USA and the UK for its links with Osama bin Laden and his Al Qaida network.

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Don’t worry about J&K: Advani
India competent to tackle cross-border terrorism
Shastripuram (Agra), October 13
Union Home Minister L.K. Advani today declared that the NDA government would fight cross-border terrorism on its own and not spare any individual or organisation which aligns with forces inimical to the country.

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New Delhi, October 13
The Vajpayee government is likely to launch a major security operation in the Kashmir valley shortly and, for this, it is in a hurry to appoint a full-fledged Defence Minister, most likely Mr K.C. Pant.

9 militants shot in encounters
Jammu, October 13
At least nine militants, including a district commander of the Hizbul Mujahideen, were killed in three separate encounters with the security forces in the Jammu Sector today.

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SGPC takes action against another Baba
Amritsar, October 13
In a swift action by the task force of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee today removed the ‘kalgi’ (plume) of Baba Onkar Singh ‘Kara’ who had been “misguiding” the Sikhs like Baba Piara Singh Bhaniara (now in jail) in the border village of Bhullar.

Panthic Morcha rejects judicial probe
Chandigarh, October 13
The Panthic Morcha today rejected the judicial probe ordered by the Punjab Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, into the recent acts of sacrilege in the state.

Excise staff harass commuters
Balachaur, October 13
Hundreds of passengers on board buses and other private vehicles were allegedly subjected to harassment by officials of the Excise and Taxation Department, Punjab, and accompanying Punjab police officials who had put up a joint “special naka” on the Chandigarh-Amritsar road, near Balachaur, on a “specific information” in the wee hours today.

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