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Friday, October 26, 2001, Chandigarh, India

 Updated at 3 am (IST)


Bin Laden hideouts bombed
Islamabad, October 25
The USA for the first time used cluster bombs on Taliban frontlines as it intensified air strikes on the militia headquarters of Kandahar and the key town of Mazar-e-Sharif amidst reports that anti-Taliban Afghan forces were gearing up to open a second front of ground attack in Afghanistan.

Centre bans 23 terrorist outfits
New Delhi, October 25
The Centre today justified the promulgation of the Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance saying “it is the first comprehensive legal salvo against terrorism with complete safeguards to check the menace speedily and effectively.” Under the ordinance, 23 organisations have been banned.

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US planes launched their fiercest strikes so far on the Taliban frontline when planes hit five planned targets.
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Taliban  Ambassador  to Pakistan has vowed defiance, urging people to kill as many Americans as possible.
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Two US Navy F-18 Hornets are catapulted off the USS Carl Vinson almost simultaneously during flight operations on Thursday against targets in Afghanistan. Two US Navy F-18 Hornets are catapulted off the USS Carl Vinson almost simultaneously during flight operations on Thursday against targets in Afghanistan.
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Ultra’s funeral procession turns into anti-US rally 
Karachi, October 25
Raising anti-American slogans, more than 2,000 hardline Islamists marched in Pakistan’s southern city of Karachi today to bury a leading militant killed in US raids on the Afghan Capital Kabul, witnesses said.
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Kashmiri youths killed in US attacks (J&K page)

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Supporters of various groups carry the coffin of commander Farooq, a leading member of the banned militant group Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, in Karachi on Thursday. — Reuters photo


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Osama-ISI-Taliban clique killed Masood: Khalili
Masood KhaliliNew Delhi, October 25
The September 9 killing of Ahmed Shah Masood, prominent Northern Alliance commander and the Defence Minister of Afghanistan’s government-in-exile, was the handiwork of the Osama bin Laden-ISI-Taliban clique, Afghan Ambassador to India, Mr Masood Khalili, said here today.                  (28k, 56k)


Four die in attack on Army convoy
Srinagar, October 25
Four Army jawans were killed and 10 others, including six soldiers, were wounded when militants laid an ambush and opened fire on an Army convoy.

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Frankly speaking: Fallout of Afghan confrontation
How India can manage new regional dynamics
Hari Jaisingh
THE USA's battle against the Taliban in Afghanistan has reached a critical stage. It will be difficult to draw a balancesheet of success and failure because of the nature of the conflict and the complexities arising out of Taliban- propelled international terrorism. 
In Arts Tribune today

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Brajesh Mishra for Dhaka on confidence-building mission
New Delhi, October 25
Prime Minister’s Principal Secretary and National Security Adviser, Brajesh Mishra, has tough task when he visits Dhaka tomorrow: to prevent Bangladesh joining Pakistan and China in attempting intelligence encirclement of India.

Abu Salem’s arrest: official word awaited
New Delhi, October 25
The excitement following the reports of arrest of India’s one of the most wanted criminals, Abu Salem, in Sharjah could be short-lived with no confirmation as yet available either from the Ministry of Home Affairs or the Central Bureau of Investigation, nodal agency handling the issue.

Cordect telephone service withdrawn
Phagwara, October 25
Following objections by the defence authorities in the light of the disturbed conditions in Jammu and Kashmir and the ongoing Afghanistan crisis, Connect, a venture of HFCL Infotel Limited has withdrawn its limited wireless cordect phone service from a few Punjab cities.


Power tariff hike on cards
Shimla, October 25
A hike in power tariff is expected to be announced on Monday when the Himachal Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission is scheduled to announce its order on the petition of the HPSEB seeking a substantial increase in electricity rates.

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