Tuesday, December 25, 2001, Chandigarh, India




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Even as both Pakistan and India reinforce their positions along the border, people living close to border areas in the Jammu region have started migrating to safer places.
(28k, 56k)


In a major breakthrough the Jammu police brings to fore a network of Al-Qaida outfit operating in the state by arresting one of the associates of the group, Qamar Ayub.
(28k, 56k)


Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf said on Monday that if provided evidence, he would take action against the militant groups accused by New Delhi of attacking the Indian Parliament.
(28k, 56k)


In a Press conference in New Delhi today, Sri Lankan Premier Ranil Wickremasinghe said that the ceasefire could extend beyond the period of one month.
(28k, 56k)

NATION


The Allahabad police recovers arms and ammunition worth Rs 22 lakh from a cargo-truck.
(28k, 56k)


 
BUSINESS


India's trade with Pakistan is expected to be affected with the shutting down of Samjhauta Express.
(28k, 56k)


J&K


Security forces kill Lashkar deputy chief Saifullah in an encounter in Baramula district of Jammu and Kashmir.
(28k, 56k)

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