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Thursday, October 25, 2001, Chandigarh, India

 Updated at 3 am (IST)


Bodies of Pak ultras sent home
22 Harkat men killed in US bombing
Peshawar (Pakistan), October 24
The bodies of eight Pakistani Muslim militants killed in overnight bombing raids on the Afghan capital of Kabul were returned to Pakistan today. Earlier, Pakistan’s border authorities had refused to allow them entry, the Afghan Islamic Press agency said. The victims were among 22 activists of the Pakistan-based Harkatul Mujahedin reported killed in US bombing raids.

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Civilian areas hit by mistake, admits USA
Afghan opposition claims first advance

Kabul/Washington, October 24
US planes attacked Afghanistan’s ruling Taliban on the frontline north of Kabul early today as Washington admitted to mistakenly hitting civilian areas in earlier bombing raids. Anti-Taliban forces inside Afghanistan today made their first territorial gains under the cover of simultaneous US air attacks.


Northern Alliance troops on high alert.

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A U.S. Navy CH-46 Sea Knight search and rescue helicopter flies ahead of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the Arabian Sea early on Wednesday. Edit: Prankster terror



A U.S. Navy CH-46 Sea Knight search and rescue helicopter flies ahead of the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson in the Arabian Sea early on Wednesday. — Reuters photo

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Union Home Minister L. K. Advani addresses troops of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police.
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Advani talks ‘hot pursuit’ again
New Delhi, October 24
Union Home Minister L. K. Advani today said India had kept the option of “hot pursuit’ against Pakistan-sponsored terrorism “open” although it had no plans for now to use that option.

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Two jawans killed
Srinagar, October 24
Fourteen persons, including eight militants and two jawans, were killed in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir since last night, official sources said today.


Bofors case accused Win Chadha dies of a cardiac arrest in New Delhi.

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Bofors accused Win Chadha dead
New Delhi, October 24
Unable to unite with his family in Dubai, Wineshwar Nath Chadha, more known as Win Chadha, breathed his last here late last night. Facing a trial along with the Hinduja brothers in the controversial Bofors gun deal, Win Chadha died following a cardiac arrest.

Scuffle precedes Badal’s visit
Panthic Morcha tries to take over dais
Sakrala (Hoshiarpur), October 24
Panthic Morcha workers were involved in a verbal duel and scuffle with supporters of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and two Punjab ministers in this village today.

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President’s nod to ordinance on terrorism
New Delhi, October 24
The ordinance to counter terrorism, considered to be tougher than TADA, today got the President’s nod, informed sources said here.

Abu Salem arrested in Sharjah
Mumbai, October 24
Gangster Abu Salem, a close lieutenant of underworld don Dawood Ibrahim and one of the accused in the 1993 Mumbai blasts, was arrested in Sharjah today, the Mumbai police said.

Shah Rukh, Salman called in Gulshan case
Mumbai, October 24
A Sessions Judge today summoned film stars Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Chunkey Pandey to appear before him on November 1 to tender evidence in the Gulshan Kumar murder case.

Bonanza for encroachers
Chandigarh, October 24
The Haryana Cabinet today decided to give a bonanza to unauthorised occupants of evacuee land and property in the state. The Cabinet, which met here under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister, Mr Om Prakash Chautala, approved the recommendations of a committee of Ministers regarding the transfer of such property to the unauthorised occupants.

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