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Main accused in Samjhauta blast granted bail
The Nation Pakistan

Main accused in Samjhauta blast granted bail

CHANDIGARH - Swami Aseemanand, main accused in the 2007 Samjhauta Express train blast case in which Pakistani nationals were also killed, was on Friday granted bail by a special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court at Panchkula. The blast ... The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
Aseemanand granted bail Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago

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Milli Gazette

Is RSS a terrorist organisation?

New Delhi: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was listed as a terrorist organization under threat group section by US-based Terrorism Research Centre and OODALOOP (, a risk management and consulting company. A lawsuit was filed in US ...
 Milli Gazette3 weeks ago
Radio Pakistan

The collaboration between UNDP and News and Current Affairs Channel is catalyst and we should go hand in hand in future too.

Exclusive Interview : Fauzia Yazdani(Senior Gender Advisor to UNDP) Host : Waqas Saleem Topic 2: India a rogue State Pakistan will send dossier to world leaders about Indian involvement in terrorist activities on its soil Kashmir Uprising ...
 Radio Pakistan3 weeks ago

Samjhauta Express to be delayed due to internal matter

New Delhi, Sep 25 : Samjhauta Express, which runs between New Delhi and Lahore, will be delayed due to internal matter pertaining to labour, India has conveyed to Pakistan. Our Ministry of Railways has conveyed that because of internal matter ...
 India.com4 weeks ago

Pakistan pursuing policy of good neighbourliness, says FO

Home » General News » Pakistan September 23, 2016 Foreign Office declared Thursday that Pakistan is pursuing policy of good neighbourliness, but the armed forces and people of the country are prepared to defend our sovereignty and territorial ...
 Business Recorder1 month ago

AFP - SSudan-conflict-refugee-UN WRAP-update

NAMPA / PTI RUSSIA-INDIA - India need not worry about Russia-Pak military drills: Russia NAMPA / PTI IMMERSION-PUNE(bes28) - Pune: 24K PoP Ganesha idols immersed using sodium bicarbonate NAMPA / PTI WEATHER-BIHAR - Brief spell of rains bring ...
 Namibia Press Agency1 month ago

Kandhamal: Long Wait for Justice

Today, nearly a decade later when we are remember with pain the horrific violence of Kandhmal in 2008, many issues related to the state of affairs of communal violence, state of minorities, the state of justice delivery system come to one's mind. ...
 Milli Gazette1 month ago

India embarrassed over Dawood Ibrahim's wrong addresses

Accord­ing to a press releas­e, the inform­ation provid­ed to the UN commit­tee by India was proved to be false Dawood Ibrahim. PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office on Tuesday said India's propaganda that Dawood Ibrahim was based ...
 The Express Tribune2 months ago

Govt. retracts extension to Pathankot probe chief

In a curious turn of events, the chief investigator of the Pathankot terror attack, posted with the National Investigation Agency (NIA), was repatriated to Madhya Pradesh, his parent cadre, just two months after he was given an extension on the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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