Pakistan’s former top security officer Mahmud Ali Durrani on Monday said the 26/11 Mumbai strike was a “classic example” of cross-border terrorism, carried out by a Pak-based group and hoped that its chief Hafiz Saeed is punished. However, Durrani, a former national security adviser of Pakistan, maintained that the government had no role in the terror strikes that claimed lives of 166 people. “The 26/11 Mumbai strikes, carried out by a terror group based in Pakistan, ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Return of the instigated mobs of stone -pelting youth in Srinagar is again whipping up public sentiment in the valley against counter-terror operations of the army. The prolonged spell of civic unrest created by this activity, particularly after the killing ...The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago
'Trump's stated strong stance against Islamist extremism and terrorism could play into the Indo-US relationship.''It could mould US attitude and exert pressure on Pakistan.''In the event of US military presence in Afghanistan increasing, however, Pakistan could gain an opportunity to again emphasise its importance,' says former senior RA&W officer Jayadev Ranade.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com At a time when the international balance of power is still in flux and competition is ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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