Hijack pilot tells of eight-day terror
The pilot of the Indian airlines plane seized by hijackers has told of the eight days of terror endured by the 155 passengers and crew at the hands of their captors.
India points accusing finger at Pakistan
NEW DELHI (NNI): India Saturday pointed an accusing finger at Pakistan, saying that the hijackers and the three Mujahideen released to obtain freedom of the plane hostages had gone to Quetta in Pakistan after the Afghanistan ruling Taliban gavetem
Indian Cites Pakistan Hijack Link
By Hema Shukla
Associated Press Writer
Sunday, Jan. 2, 2000; 2:34 p.m. EST
NEW DELHI, India –– India's top security adviser on Sunday accused neighbor – and nuclear rival – Pakistan of having links with the five men who hijacked an Indian Airlines plane last week, holding 155 people hostage.
Indian Hostages Recall Hijackers
Wednesday, January 02, 2000 8:40 AM EST
NEW DELHI, India (AP) -- Chief, Burger, Doctor .... That's how the Indian hostages remembered three of the five hijackers after spending eight days in captivity.
Afghan official sacked for talking too much to Indian media
NEW DELHI (NNI): An official of the Taliban at Kandahar Air Traffic Control ATC has lost his job for talking too much to the Indian media during the hijacking drama of the Indian airliner, reports Door Darshan Television.
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