Thursday, October 25, 2001, Chandigarh, India




National Capital Region--Delhi

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Northern Alliance troops were on high alert and keeping a close watch on enemy positions as the US aircraft heads towards Taliban lines.
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Bofors case accused Win Chadha dies of a cardiac arrest in New Delhi.
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Union Home Minister L. K. Advani addresses troops of the Indo-Tibetan Border Police on its 40th Raising Day.
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Home Minister L. K. Advani is confident of winning the fight against terrorism.
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WORLD


At least fourteen wounded Afghan refugees, including children, have crossed the Chaman border into Pakistan to get better medical care.
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HIMACHAL


Anthrax fear grips Shimla after a local post office received two letters containing suspicious white powder.
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SPORTS


In a society where women are considered as the weaker sex, Sabeena Saleem fought all odds and bowled her way to fame.
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