ISLAMABAD: The national exchequer has suffered losses of Rs 113 billion due to delays in completion of Nandipur power project, Ministry of Water and Power told the National Assembly on Wednesday. Answering a question, Minister of State for Water ... DAWN Group, 3 hours ago
Wilson John 12 September 2014 The al Qaeda (AQ) video showing its current head Ayman al-Zawahari declaring a renewed bout of jihad in the Indian subcontinent has triggered widespread alarm in the region, especially ...Observer India, 1 month ago Ayman Al-Zawahiri's Indian war: For flagging al-Qaeda, a last throw of jihadi dice Indian Express, 1 month ago Al-Qaeda comes out of cold to call for jihad in India Indian Express, 1 month ago
Ajay Banerjee Tribune News Service New Delhi, September 7 Though terror group Al-Qaida's latest video-tape threatening to attacks in India has led to hyperbolic debates on news channels, within the Indian security establishment it is known that ...Chandigarh Tribune, 1 month ago
Former Home Minister P Chidambaram had said the government of India would not file formal charges against Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley until Ajmal Kasab’s trial was over. Vicky Nanjappa reports A secret cable dated February 26, 2010, has revealed that the government of India was reluctant to use information on Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley. Former US Ambassador Timothy Roemer had informed his home government in a cable that then Home minister P ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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