Feburary 16-21, 2002
Arms dealer held in Belgium
The UN has identified Sanjivan Ruprah as one of the four men who supplied arms to the RUF in Sierra Leone in clear breach of international sanctions.
Feburary 15, 2002
IA hijacker is suspect in Pearl case
The plot to abduct the American journalist was hatched by Mansoor Hasnain, architect of the IC 814 hijack, Pakistani authorities said.
USIS ATTACK CASE
Ansari admits giving money to Omar
Sheikh Omar, in turn, wired $100,000 to Mohammed Atta, the leader of the hijackers who carried out the September 11 attacks.
Troops kill 14 terrorists in Jammu
Nine of them belonged to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and were trying to infiltrate into India.
Al Fateh's call for strike damp squib
The strike was called by the pro-Pakistan militant outfit to mourn the death of four of its 'commanders' in an encounter with the army in north Kashmir.
US working to defuse tension: Powell
He denied that the US was placing a high premium on the lives of American citizens while ignoring the death of 35,000 Kashmiris owing to militancy.
Parliament attack was terrorism: US
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice rejected Pakistan president Musharraf's contention that there was no evidence that the attack was carried out by terrorists.
US rules out intervention in J&K
We are always ready to help, but we don't think this is something mediation is going to help, Condoleezza Rice said.
Daniel Pearl possibly alive: Musharraf
It is most tragic that the American journalist is in the hands of the fundamentalists, the Pakistan president said.
V R Panchamukhi is new chairman of ICSSR
He is at present the director general of Research and Information System for Non-Aligned and Other Developing Countries.
Musharraf takes time off with family
The Pakistan president took three days off to visit his son and daughter-in-law in Boston before the official leg of his American visit began.