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Door to terror: Enter in Iran, exit in Pakistan

A mosque with its entry gate in Iran, in the Rituk border area, and a backdoor exit that opens into Pakistani territory was used by at least three Indian jihadis to enter Pakistan from Iran. Counter-terror agencies now suspect that this may be the route ... Asian Age, 6 days ago

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A journey into Pakistan’s syncretic past

Writer couple Anam Zakaria and Haroon Khalid (above). The mosque of Waris Shah at Malka Hans. In December 2015, a charming young couple from Pakistan, Haroon Khalid and his wife Anam Zakaria, came to India to launch their books, In Search of Shiva: A Study of ...
 Asian Age2 months ago

Muslims help Christians in Pakistan to build church

Islamabad, June 17 (IANS) In a significant display of communal harmony, Muslims in Pakistan's Punjab province are helping their fellow Christian in raising funds to build a church that was allegedly damaged by a mob. In 2009, Gojra city in near Faisalabad ...
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‘Riots in Gujarat, razing of Babri motivated youth’

The Delhi police has mentioned in its chargesheet that Indians joining Al Qaeda were moved by the Babri mosque demolition and 2002 Gujarat riots and were committed to establish a base of terror outfit Al Qaeda in Indian Subcontinent (AQIS). The chargesheet ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Babri demolition, Godhra riots led youth to Al-Qaeda, claim Delhi Police  catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Militants are moving around freely in Pakistan, says Wall Street Journal

The Government of Pakistan may have vowed to go after militants across the country with a vengeance, and announced several initiatives and operations to meet this goal, but the fact remains that militants continue to move around freely across the length and ...
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Pakistan's military policy is killing the nation-state

We have provided Pakistan proof on the Pathankot attack. It is clinching. Call records, DNA samples and voice samples have been given to the Pakistan team. But how does DNA sample matter to a country without any DNA? Pakistan believes that there is 'no proof' ...
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China's Xinjiang seals Pakistan ties with $2 billion in deals

BEIJING (Reuters) - Companies from China's violence-prone far western region of Xinjiang signed deals worth about $2 billion with Pakistan this week during a visit to Pakistan by Xinjiang's top official, who sought to cement ties with an important security ...
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JeM chief conducted recruitment drive in UK: Report

Maulana Masood Azhar was allowed to preach extremist ideology at several British mosques during a month-long visit to UK in 1993 on the invitation of Islamist scholars when young Muslims were asked to seek weapons training at terrorist camps in Pakistan, it ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Pakistan's real 1,000-year war

'Pakistan needs to be constantly at war with somebody, ultimately resulting in it waging war on itself and its own people,' says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: The aftermath of the terrorist attack at a public park in Lahore, March 27, 2016. Photograph: Mohsin Raza/Reuters   The late Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto once famously promised to fight a 1,000-year war with India. In the summer of 1990, his daughter Benazir too repeated the same call. These were the controversial, and still historically contentious ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Wanted in U.S. and India, Pakistani Islamist Hafiz Saeed criticises U.S. as envoy visits

D | By Mehreen Zahra-Malik Hafiz Muhammad Saeed (C), chief of the Jamat-ud-Dawa organisation, arrives to attend the first Friday prayers of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Islamabad, Pakistan, June10, 2016. Reuters/Faisal Mahmood left 1 of 2 right Hafiz ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago
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