Lashkar e Tayyaba
UN lists Abdul Rehman Makki as a global terrorist: All you need to know about the Lashkar-e-Taiba deputy chief
India’s relentless efforts to list LeT deputy chief has paid off as UN listed Abdul Rehman Makki as a ‘global terrorist’.
US govt announces 5 million dollar reward for information on Pakistani terrorist Sajid Mir, involved in 2008 Mumbai attacks
Sajid Mir was the operations manager for the LeT during the Mumbai attack that killed over 170 people. He had played a crucial role in planning, preparation and execution of the terror attack.
39-year old Rahim acted as ‘facilitator’, held for links with six LeT terrorists who sneaked in from Sri Lanka disguised as Hindus
Kerala Police arrested 39-year-old Rahim Kolliyil of Kodungalloor in central Kerala, for suspected links to the six Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorists who had sneaked into Tamil Nadu by sea from Sri Lanka and were plotting a major attack across south India.
The Lashkar terrorist had looted four AK-47s from the house of Congress MLC Parray in December last year.
Here are 5 events that will follow the ‘preventive detention’ of 44 terrorists by Pakistani authorities
Pakistan has claimed to have taken 44 terrorists into 'preventive detention' for investigation. The terrorists include Mufti Abdul Raoof and Hamad Azhar, brother and son of Jaish-e-Muhammad chief Mashood Azhar.
ED identifies and plans to seize 14 properties of LeT chief terrorist Hafiz Saeed in Jammu and Kashmir
ED to seize nearly 14 properties belonging to Pakistan-sponsored Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) terrorist outfit chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed in Jammu and Kashmir
The prime accused, Ajmeri Abdul Rashid was caught in 2017 from the Ahmedabad airport.
Madhya Pradesh on high alert after letter allegedly by LeT threatens to blow up Ujjain’s Mahakal Temple
The letter from Maulvi Abu Sheikh, area commander of LeT was received on September 29 at the office of the railway station manager, Jaipur
Pakistani terrorist outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba backs Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad’s statement on Kashmir
This is not the first time Congress leaders have spoken like terror sympathisers.
While the police are still verifying the authenticity of the letter, security has been reportedly intensified in the state
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