A Pakistani counter-terrorism court on Wednesday allowed to inspect the suspected boat which could have been used to transport terrorists to India from Karachi port for the Mumbai attacks. Anti-Terrorism Court judge Sohail Ikram was told by the Federal ... Asian Age, 2 days ago
Islamabad, July 23 (ANI): A Pakistan Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) has asked the Foreign Office for the latest reports regarding the appearance of 24 Indian witnesses in a Islamabad court for hearing on the November 2008 Mumbai terror attack. The ATC ...Yahoo! India, 6 days ago Pakistan ATC seeks report on Indian witnesses for Mumbai attack Siasat Daily, 6 days ago
The boat is still awaiting a decision on whether it will be taken to the ATC or if a commission would examine the witness who saw it being seized at the Karachi shipyard where it is currently berthed. PHOTO: AFP ISLAMABAD: An anti-terrorism ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD: - The federal government has selected 25 civil services officers of grade-20 for National Security and War Course (NS&WC) 2016-17 that will be conducted at National Defence University (NDU). According to the Establishment Division ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 month ago
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