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JuD chief tweets that Pak should gift exchanges with India, sh...

The chief of Jamat ud Dawah, Hafiz Muhammed Saeed, who is on India's most-wanted list, believes that India is behind the terrorist attack on Karachi airport (for which the Tehreek eTaliban Pakistan has already claimed credit). He has tweeted this today, soon after the Karachi terror attack: #KarachiAirport is an attack on Pakistan. Modi's new security team is behind this act of war by India. Nation knows the real enemy. We condemn horrendous act of terrorism at #KarachiAirport in severe ..., 2 months ago

US JuD, LeT move big boost for intel

The move to include the Jamaat-ud-Dawa and two key operatives of Lashkar-e-Tayyaba in the list of designated global terrorists by the United States treasury department has come as a shot in the arm for Indian intelligence which for long have been insisting ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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Full Transcript: Visa Controversy Around Modi is a Thing of the Past, Says Hillary Clinton to NDTV

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to meet US President Obama in September on his first trip to the US. It is a relationship that has seen friction in the past after the US denied Mr Modi a visa in 2005 under the Bush administration.Speaking exclusively ...
 Current News India2 months ago
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