Sopore : Two militants, belonging to Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militant outfits were killed in a gunbattle with government forces in Sopore area of north Kashmir on Sunday, police said. Special Operations Group (SOG) Sopore ... Punjabkesari, 2 months ago
After encounter at Keller; Strike in Pulwama, Budgam - Kashmir Times, 2 months ago
5 Militants Killed in Day Long Shopian Encounter - Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago
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By sending Foreign Secretary Jaishankar to Pakistan, Prime minister Modi has broken the ice that had settled on India-Pakistan relations after his cancellation of the bilateral foreign secretaries talk, and the fierce firing on the Line of Control ...Greater Kashmir, 3 weeks ago Prime minister's Pakistan project Indian Express, 3 weeks ago The frailty of judges Indian Express, 4 weeks ago Time To Confront Pakistan With Dire Choices Analysis Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
Ali Abu Muhammad, the emir of the Islamic Caucasus Emirate (ICE), has released a video criticizing one of his former commanders for swearing allegiance to the Islamic State. Earlier this month, Rustam Asilderov, a senior jihadist in Dagestan, ...The Long War Journal, 2 months ago State Department adds Islamic Caucasus Emirate leader to terrorist list Foundation for Defense of Democracies, 2 days ago New jihadist leader in Dagestan denounces Islamic State defectors The Long War Journal, 1 month ago
Qatar's Complex Links to Radical Islamism Reveal Broader Gulf Networks of Support for Extremist-Terror Groups
Share How Qatar is its own worst enemy By James M. Dorsey This is the Accepted Manuscript of this article that was published by Taylor Francis Group in The International Journal of the History of Sport , ...NGO Watch, 1 week ago How Qatar Is Its Own Worst Enemy Analysis Eurasia Review, 1 week ago How Qatar is its Own Worst Enemy Middle East Online, 1 week ago
With the situation in the Middle East seemingly spinning out of control, many political observers are left wondering what it all means. The war in Syria has been at the forefront of the news since 2011, and rightly so, as Syria has become the ...Global Research, 1 week ago Breaking the Resistance with Terrorism and Proxy Wars New Eastern Outlook, 1 week ago
Al-Qaeda chief spent years at an ISI camp in PoK: Reports New Delhi: In an another instance in Pakistan’s growing links with the terrorist groups, the head of al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) spent several years working at an ISI ...India TV, 2 weeks ago More Qaeda-Pak links: AQIS chief was at ISI PoK camp Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
The Punjab government released a list of the 110 most wanted terrorists in the province on Wednesday. Major findings from the list include: Most of those listed are affiliated with local militant organisations including the Tehreek-i-Taliban ...DAWN Group, 2 weeks ago
'What is the ISI doing and why can't they understand for their own interest that bringing stability to the region will help all the countries become prosperous, whereas a continuation of incitement will only lead to misery for all.' US Congressman Ed Royce briefs Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com on his discussions with Prime Minister Modi in an exclusive interview. United States Congressman Ed Royce, who led a bipartisan Congressional delegation to India between March 7 and 10, says strategies on how US ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
PM Modi is 24X 7 under SPG protection due to the frequent threat alerts. Over 1,000 commandos remain around him in various layers. The Special Protection Group (SPG) was formed after the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in 1984. In 1988, by ...Jagran Post, 2 weeks ago
'I believe one of the most critical issues is the common threat we face from Islamist radicals and the continuing and unimpaired financing of Al Qaeda, the 'D' Company, the Haqqani network, the LeT and the Jaish-e-Muhammed.' US Congressman Ed Royce discusses the agenda for his India visit with Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com in an exclusive interview in Washington, DC. Image: Lashkar-e-Tayiba founder Muhammad Sayeed leaves a Lahore court. Photograph: Mohsin Raza/Reuters United States ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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