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Kashmiri terrorist Aijaz Ahangar, who had ‘vanished’ 25 years ago, arrested in Kandahar by Afghan Security forces: Report
Ahangar's son-in-law Huzaifa-al-Bakistani was killed in a US drone strike in Afghanistan last year.
On the fateful day of March 20, 2000, a group of masked armed men wearing Army fatigues had entered Chittisinghpura village and killed 36 Sikhs in cold blood
The Superintendent of Police has said that this is an attempt to fume the community as the pamphlets were carrying objectionable content that may result in communal clashes.
ED attaches properties worth Rs 6.20 Crore belonging to Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmad Watali in terror funding case
ED attaches properties belonging to Kashmiri businessman Zahoor Ahmad Watali in terror funding case
US congressmen warn their govt over possible nexus between American charity organisation and Pakistan-based terror groups
The Congressmen of the US's Republican Party have written the letter to Ambassador Nathan Sales, the coordinator of counter-terrorism in the US State Department.
Former Pakistan president General Pervez Musharraf has admitted that Kashmiris were trained in Pakistan to fight against Indian Army in Kashmir.
The inputs also say that Pakistan-sponsored terror groups will attempt to send their cadres across the Line of Control (LoC) after October 26 - the day that Jammu and Kashmir’s erstwhile ruler signed the instrument of accession that made the former princely state a part of India.
The four LeT terrorists had attacked a CRPF camp in Rampur on January 1, 2008. 7 CRPF personnel and a civilian were killed in the attack.
‘Pakistan has a long history of catching and releasing terrorists operating on its soil’, US asks Pakistan to prosecute terrorists like Hafiz Saeed
Desperate to escape FATF blacklisting, Pakistan arrested two leaders each from JuD and LeT including Hafiz Saeed in a token gesture
Desperate to escape FATF blacklisting, Pakistan arrests two leaders each from JuD and LeT in token gesture
The leaders of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) arrested on Thursday have been identified as Professor Zafar Iqbal, Yahya Aziz, Muhammad Ashraf and Abdul Salam.