Wednesday, January 23, 2002, Chandigarh, India





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INDEX


Security is on high alert at American establishments throughout the country.
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At least 16 persons were killed, including four children, on January 21 by militants of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland in Gaya.
(28k, 56k)


Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Robert D. Muller met with CBI chief P.C. Sharma in New Delhi today.
(28k, 56k)


NATION


A unique festival organised in Nagpur Paratha festival in which the biggest "parantha" ever was made.
(28k, 56k)


Jaipur's Shahar Kazi maintains records of Muslim weddings of the past 150 years.
(28k, 56k)


In five days, it will exactly be one year since the disastrous earthquake struck Gujarat. A report from villages of Nagrecha and Bhojoy, where residents are re-building homes on their own.
(28k, 56k)

 
J&K


Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Farooq Abdullah has said that infiltration of militants continues from across the border with Pakistan.
(28k, 56k)

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