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Suicide squad storms Parliament; 5 militants killed; Army deployed
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. The terrorists brought their decade-old battle against the nation right to the heart of official India and managed to stage a shocking attack in the most guarded five-acre patch in the country - the Parliament House complex. ... More
A sixth terrorist?
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. Was there a sixth terrorist, besides the five who were killed as they tried to storm the Parliament House today? None of the police officials, including the Delhi Police chief, Mr. Ajai Raj Sharma, has been able to clarify ... More
Army takes over security at PM, Sonia residences
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. In the wake of the unprecedented `fidayeen' (suicide) attack on Parliament today, the Army was asked to take over security at sensitive places, including the residence of the Prime Minister, Mr. A.B. Vajpayee, the Union Home ... More
Panic in stock markets
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. The terrorist attack on Parliament today led to panic at the stock markets across the country and the Bombay Stock Exchange Sensex crashed by 132 points. Large-scale selling took place as the news of the attack spread. But, ... More
A decisive battle has to take place: PM
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. Responding to the terrorist attack on the Parliament House, the Vajpayee Government has asserted that ``we will liquidate the terrorists and their sponsors wherever they are, whosoever they are''. This assertion was made in a ... More
Editorial: Ugly terror strikes again
IN TERMS OF scale, or the number of casualties, it is far from being the worst terrorist attack India has suffered. But in terms of purpose, or the sheer audacity of the choice where the outrage was perpetrated, there are clearly no parallels. ... More
I am shocked: Musharraf
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 13. Within hours of the attack on the Parliament House today, the Pakistan President, Gen. Pervez Musharraf, sent a message to the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, strongly condemning it and conveying his deep condolences ... More
Engineered: Salahuddin
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 13. The United Jehadi Council (UJC) chairman and chief of the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen, Syed Salahuddin, has alleged that the attack on the Indian Parliament was ``engineered'' by the Indian intelligence agencies. In a press statement ... More
Cong., Left blame Govt. for lapse
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. The Congress and the Left parties today strongly condemned the terrorist attack on Parliament but also held the Government responsible for the security lapse. The Congress Working Committee (CWC) in its resolution said ``the ... More
Bush, Putin call up PM
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. The President of the United States, Mr. George Bush, and the Russian President, Mr. Vladimir Putin, spoke to the Prime Minister, Mr. Atal Behari Vajpayee, this evening in the backdrop of the terrorist attack on Parliament ... More

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