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 Abandoned U.S. embassy in Kabul torched
Kabul, Sept. 26. Thousands of Afghans stormed the abandoned U.S. embassy compound here today, setting fire to vehicles and ripping down the large metal seal on the front of the Chancellery in the largest demonstration since the U.S. threatened to attack this country for allegedly harbouring terrorists.

Northern Alliance is not a silver bullet: U.S.
Washington, Sept. 26. The Bush administration is sensitive to the political compulsions of Islamabad, vis-a-vis the Northern Alliance in Afghanistan; and the point being made here is that any reference to the Northern Alliance is strictly in the context of ``terrorism.''

Harkat-ul Mujahideen assets frozen
Islamabad, Sept. 26. The U.S. decision to freeze the accounts of terrorist outfits on its list appears to have had its repercussions here as the Harkat-ul Mujahideen is among the 27 organisations and individuals that figure in it.

Militants not quitting the Valley
Srinagar, Sept. 26. Contrary to reports about their ``return'' to the other side of border, militants in Jammu and Kashmir are allegedly preparing for ``major strikes.''

NDA stands by PM
New Delhi, Sept. 26. The Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, today received the unstinted support of the National Democratic Alliance for his Government's past, present and future stance in relation to the global fight against terrorism.

'Unprecedented cooperation'
New Delhi, Sept. 26. The United States wants to build separate relationships with India and Pakistan and ties with one should not be viewed through the prism of the other, the U.S. Ambassador to India, Mr. Robert Blackwill, said here today.

12 buried alive
Ranchi, Sept. 26. Twelve persons, including nine women, stealing coal from an abandoned dump in Godda district of Jharkhand were killed when a portion of it crashed down on them, a senior police official said.

Dilip Kumar hospitalised
Mumbai, Sept. 26. Thespian Dilip Kumar was today hospitalised for suspected kidney problem, family sources said.


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