Thursday, January 31, 2002, Chandigarh, India

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Jaish dangerous outfit
We’ll act if govts fail to curb terrorism,
says Bush
Washington, January 30
George W. Bush Characterising the Jaish-e-Mohammad, responsible for terrorist attacks in India, including one on Parliament House, as one of the most dangerous terrorist outfits in the world, President George W. Bush today warned governments timid in the face of terrorism that the USA would “act” should they fail.
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Suspect in Kolkata attack held
Kolkata, January 30
The police today claimed to have achieved yet another major breakthrough in the January 22 terrorist attack on American Center here, with the arrest of Jamaluddin Nasir, who had allegedly provided back-up support to the terrorists, and said more terrorists were hiding in the city.

Policemen stand guard beside a seized vehicle Policemen stand guard beside a seized vehicle which they say was used for an attack on the US Information Center in Kolkata. The Kolkata police on Wednesday arrested a man it says helped the attackers. 
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5 infiltrators, 7 ultras shot dead
20 kg RDX, explosives seized
Jammu, January 30
The security forces killed nine militants in Rajouri and Poonch district during the past 24 hours. Official reports said the troops eliminated five militants, belonging to the Lashkar-e-Toiba when they infiltrated into the Keeri area of Rajouri district today.

Indian External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh (R) addresses a news conference at the Indian High Commission in London, flanked by Deputy High Commissioner Hardeep Puri on Wednesday. Mr Jaswant Singh said India had been fighting the 'War against terror' before the events of September 11. —Reuters Indian External Affairs Minister Jaswant Singh addresses a news conference at the Indian High Commission in London

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SAD objects to Cong ads
To seek action from Election Commission
Badal (Muktsar), January 30
Following personal attacks being made against a section of the Shiromani Akali Dal leadership, including the Punjab Chief Minister, Mr Parkash Singh Badal, by the Congress leadership, the SAD has decided to approach the Election Commission for action against the violators of the model code of conduct.

Govt unveils export strategy
New Delhi, January 30
The government today unveiled a medium-term export strategy that aims to capture at least 1 per cent of the global trade in the next five years or around $ 80.48 billion worth of exports by 2006-07.

Temple issue: VHP’s defiance worries BJP
New Delhi, January 30
The BJP leadership, including Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, is in a bind over the Vishwa Hindu Parishad’s tough posture on construction of Ram temple after March 12 this year.

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Haryana plans POTO-type Act to muzzle the Press

Chandigarh, January 30
“The passing on or publication of without any lawful authority, any information likely to assist the organised crime syndicate and the passing on or publication of or distribution of any document or matter obtained from the organised crime syndicate...”


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