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Lashkar responsible for attack, says Jaswant
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14. India today held the Pakistan based Lashkar-e- Taiba (LeT) responsible for Thursday's terrorist attack on the Parliament House and urged Islamabad to take action against this outfit. In a demarche delivered by the Foreign ... More
Package for dependents
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14. The Lok Sabha Speaker, Mr. G.M.C. Balayogi, has announced a financial package for the dependents of the victims of the terrorist attack on Parliament House. Rs. 10 lakhs will be given to the dependents of all those killed. ... More
Attack could have been stage-managed: Pak.
ISLAMABAD, DEC. 14. Pakistan tonight virtually endorsed the contention of the militant outfits that the attack on the Indian Parliament on Thursday could have been ``stage-managed'' by the Government to divert attention from ``internal problems'' ... More
Premature adjournment of Lok Sabha unlikely
NEW DELHI DEC 14. The Government has been forced to rethink its move to adjourn the winter session of Parliament ahead of schedule. This follows objections from the Opposition parties to the proposed move. In fact, Thursday's terrorist attack ... More
Cult of violence condemned
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14. The Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha today condemned Thursday's terrorist attack on the Parliament House and resolved to fight terrorism and protect the sovereignty and integrity of the country at all costs. A resolution ... More
Police claim `clinching evidence'
NEW DELHI, DEC. 14. A day after the terror strike at the Parliament House, security and intelligence agencies today felt that the needle of suspicion pointed to the Pak.-based terrorist groups- Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad - on the basis ... More
Afroz to confess
MUMBAI, DEC. 14. Mohammed Afroz Abdul Razak, suspected Al-Qaeda terrorist who had allegedly conspired to blow up targets, today informed a magistrate that he wished to confess voluntarily and denied allegations that police had tortured him or ... More
U.S. strategy to nab Osama
WASHINGTON, DEC. 14. The U.S. has sent snipers and ``snatch and grab'' teams to Tora Bora in Afghanistan to assist in the killing or capture of Osama bin Laden, believed to be holed up in the area, even Washington said it would soon offer a ... More

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