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Tuesday, 4 January, 2000, 11:46 GMT
Indian hijack crisis: Special report




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War of words over hijack
There have been angry exchanges between India and Pakistan over the hijacking of an Indian Airlines plane to Afghanistan with 155 people on board.


The Kashmir connection



A high-profile militant group
The Harkat-ul Mujahadeen, blamed for the Indian Airlines hijacking, has now become one of the most prominent of the militant groups that operate in Kashmir.

India's hostage dilemma



India's press asks tough questions
After the jubilation over the release of the hostages, the Indian press is generally harsh on the government's handling of the crisis.


Talking to the Taleban



Testing time for Taleban
This high profile exposure for a regime widely demonised by western governments may lay the groundwork for an international reappraisal of Afghanistan's fundamentalist leaders.


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