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Suspects deny harassing British tourist in India

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Two men appeared in an Indian court Wednesday accused of harassing a British tourist who jumped off her hotel balcony fearing a sex attack, with their lawyer saying they denied the charges. 

Sachin Chauhan, manager of the Hotel Agra Mahal, is escorted by Indian police to a court in Agra on March 20, 2013. Two men appeared in an Indian court accused of harassing a British tourist who jumped off her hotel balcony fearing a sex attack, with their lawyer saying they denied the charges.

The manager of the three-star Hotel Agra Mahal, Sachin Chauhan, and another member of staff were produced before the local magistrate in the northern city of Agra and were remanded in judicial custody for 14 days.

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