Sunday, December 16, 2001, Chandigarh, India

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Pak masterminded attack: Vajpayee

Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee
Hints at action in occupied Kashmir
Kolkata, December 15
Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee today warned Pakistan of dire consequences if “it does not immediately stop sending terrorists to India for destabilising the country’s democracy”.

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Give evidence, says Pervez
Cancels Id holidays of armed forces
Islamabad, December 15
Warning retaliation against any Indian “misadventurism”, President Pervez Musharraf today virtually rejected New Delhi’s demand for action against Lashkar-e-Toiba for the attack on Parliament and doubted the evidence given in this regard.

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Ultras’ cellphones give clues
Lecturer, students among several detained
New Delhi, December 15
Scrutiny of the transcripts of the SIM cards of the five mobile telephones recovered from the bodies of the five terrorists who tried to storm Parliament on Thursday has revealed clues that could help expose the extensive network of terrorists in the city.

There was no sixth terrorist, says Advani
Ahmedabad, December 15

Union Home Minister L.K. Advani today said all five terrorists who attacked the Parliament complex in New Delhi on Thursday had been killed by the security personnel the same day and there was “no possibility of a sixth terrorist” being involved in the attack.

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50 kg RDX seized; 6 ultras shot
Srinagar, December 15
Sixteen persons, including a ruling National Conference leader, six militants and two security personnel, were killed while the security forces captured four ultras and seized 50 kg of RDX in Jammu and Kashmir overnight.

50 Al-Qaida men surrender
Wounded Arabs hold out in hospital
Tora Bora, (Afghanistan), December 15
Fifty fighters of Osama bin Laden’s Al-Qaida network surrendered in Afghanistan’s Tora Bora mountains today, an Afghan tribal commander said, but fighting was continuing.

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Maoists kill USAID guard
Kathmandu, December 15
Suspected Maoist rebels today shot dead a special security personnel guarding the office of the US Agency for International Development in Kathmandu today, the police said.

Cong ticket for 14 sitting MLAs
New Delhi, December 15
The Congress today decided to give ticket for the ensuing Assembly polls to 14 of its 15 MLAs in Punjab. All MLAs along with the PCC chief, Capt Amarinder Singh, were in the Capital today to meet Congress president Sonia Gandhi.

Surprise snowfall cheers tourists

Shimla, December 15
Unexpected snowfall today cheered tourists at the famous resort of Kufri which was covered under a thick white sheet. The snow has come 10 days before Christmas when a large number of tourists turn up here to enjoy festival.

Tourists play in the snow at Kufri which turned white today.
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