Monday, October 22, 2001,  Chandigarh, India



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President of the Northern Alliance Burhanuddin Rabbani confirmed that US forces have launched phase two of the military offensive in Afghanistan, sending in ground troops.
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Women supporters of pro-Taliban Islamist Jamiat Ulma Islaami held a demonstration outside the Press Club in Quetta
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Terror attacks on America have adversely affected the tourist flow to Mysore city, dampening the famous Dusshera festivities.
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Tourism, India's second-largest foreign exchange earner, has been adversely affected by the September 11 tragedy. Rajasthan, favourite with the tourists, has also suffered.
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In an effort to modernise education in madarsas, the Karnataka government has decided to introduce science, mathematics, computers, English and Kannada in its curriculum.
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HIMACHAL


Following the trail of cannibis producers and their secret processing units in the Kullu valley in Himachal.
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