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Abducted Sikh leader Nidan Singh released in Afghanistan, Indian government expresses appreciation to the Afghan leadership
Abducted Sikh leader Nidan Singh Sachdeva released in Afghanistan, Indian govt says he can apply for Indian citizenship
UNSC Sanctions Committee approves restoration of bank accounts of Hafiz Saeed and other LeT terrorists
Besides Hafiz Saeed, the bank accounts of Zafar Iqbal, Abdul Salam Bhuttavi, Haji M Ashraf, and Yahya Mujahid have been restored.
DGP Dilbag Singh has informed that two LeT terrorists, one local man and another a Pakistani, have been identified in the case.
ED attaches assets of Aijaz Hussain Khawaja, a National award-winning artisan cum LeT terrorist and hawala operator. Read details
The Enforcement Directorate has provisionally attached assets worth Rs 7.32 lakh of Aijaz Hussain Khawaja, who is a convicted Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist. In 2003, Khawaja was one of the 44 winners of the President's National Awards for artisans and handicrafts.
2008 Mumbai terror attacks key conspirator and David Headley aide Tahawwur Rana arrested in America after India requests extradition
Tahawwur Rana was convicted in Chicago for providing support for the Pakistani terror group, Lashkar-e-Taiba for Mumbai 2008 terror attacks.
Jammu and Kashmir: Woman Sarpanch kidnapped by terrorists, released only after she promised to resign
Lashkar terrorists have reportedly threatened the female Sarpanch because she was working for the welfare of people.
NIA gets custody of woman LeT terrorist from Kolkata, was in touch with Pakistani handlers though WhatsApp
National Investigation Agency (NIA) has got custody 22-year-old Lashkar-e-Taiba handler Tania Parveen from Kolkata, West Bengal.
2 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists who killed CRPF jawans in Handwara encounter identified, one is a Pakistani national
Five personnel including Colonel Ashutosh Sharma and Major Anuj Sood were martyred in an encounter near Handwara in Kashmir
Major Anuj Sood's father says his son made a supreme sacrifice. Major Sood along with four other security personnel were martyred in Handwara encounter.
As per reports, the terrorists were found hiding in a cowshed. The Forces were reportedly acting on a tipoff that terrorists were present in the Rajwar forests area.