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Actor Playing Hafiz Saeed in Phantom Goes Underground
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Actor Playing Hafiz Saeed in Phantom Goes Underground

Actor Shahnawaz Pradhan, who portrays Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed in Phantom , is being kept underground for security reasons. (Also Read: Phantom Banned in Pakistan on Hafiz Saeed's Plea ) The Kabir Khan-directed film, which also ... NDTV, 1 week ago
Controversial film: LHC reserves verdict on Phantom The Express Tribune, 1 week ago
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Hafiz Saeed kept continued financial support for 26/11 perpetrators even after attacks

Hafiz Saeed, chief of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, the fountain head of terror groups including Lashkar-e-Taiba, continued to financially support the perpetrators of 26/11 Mumbai attacks even after the incident in 2008. The information was part of the dossier which was to ...
 DNA1 week ago Doval had dossier on Saeed as well  The Freepress Journal1 week ago Saeed kept supporting 26/11 perpetrators even after attacks  Sify1 week ago Hafiz Saeed kept supporting 26/11 perpetrators even after attacks  IndiaTV News1 week ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan says Jamaat-ud Dawa activities being watched

Islamabad: Mumbai mastermind Hafiz Saeed-ledJamat-ud Dawa (JuD) is on Pakistan's list of 'suspected' organisations and the government is monitoring its activities, a senior minister said. State Minister for Interior Baleeghur Rehman said this ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Pakistan puts Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa on 'suspected list'  MSN India3 weeks ago Pakistan puts Hafiz Saeed's JuD under 'suspected list'  IndiaTV News3 weeks ago
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India sending terrorists to Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed

Hafiz Mohammed Saeed (Photo: PTI) Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Mohammed Saeed has said that India was dispatching intruders via Afghanistan to launch sabotage and terrorist activities in Pakistan. Talking to reporters in Faisalabad on Wednesday evening, ...
 Asian Age1 month ago No ban on Hafiz Mohammed Saeed's Jamaat-ud Dawa, says Pakistan  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago ‘Naved had security duty at JuD meet’  Asian Age1 day ago India seek ban on Hafiz Saeed`s family, to approach UN  Zee News3 weeks ago
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Jamaat-ud-Dawa Man Held for Terror Plot on Foreign Dignitaries in Pakistan

00:08 IST Representational Image Lahore: Pakistani authorities claimed to have foiled a terror attack on a famous private club in Lahore on Friday. The club is frequented by foreign dignitaries. Pakistani authorities also arrested an active ...
 NDTV1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Jamaat-ud Dawa chief says ‘jihad’ in Kashmir will sink India

Jamaat-ud Dawa chief Hafiz Mohammed Saeed has said jihad in Kashmir will sink India. “Jihad will end India. They will be defeated and Kashmir will be liberated,” Saeed said. The JuD chief alleged that India wants to destroy Pakistan by supporting ...
 Asian Age1 month ago India-Pakistan: The wheel turns  Mid Day1 month ago India-Pakistan: Default Settings Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago Pakistan's wrong takeaway from India's Myanmar op  Rediff.com2 months ago
Ani News

JuD criticises Islamabad for 'annoying' …

Karachi, July 16 (ANI): Banned Pakistani terror group Jamaat-Ud-Dawa (JuD) has criticised Islamabad for "annoying" the Kashmiri leadership by following an appeasement policy towards India. According to the Dawn, JuD's Abdur Rehman Makki said that ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago JuD criticises Islamabad for annoying Kashmiri leaders to appease India  The Freepress Journal1 month ago
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Pakistan Today

No evidence of Jamaat-ud-Dawa's links with LeT

Pakistan has ruled out the possibility of declaring Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) as a proscribed organization in the near future, saying that there was no evidence to prove that JuD was an offshoot or a front for the designated terror organization Lashkar-e-Taiba.
 Times of India1 month ago No evidence about links between JuD and LeT  Pakistan Today1 month ago
Pune Mirror

India at the UN: Lakhvi, UNSCR 1267 and China's 'technical hold'

Amid the global outrage over the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, China had backed the Indian move to designate Jamaat-ud-Dawa, Hafiz Saeed and Lakhvi as terrorists. This was a shift from China’s earlier line, blocking India’s attempts to get Jamaat-ud-Dawa ...
 MSN India2 months ago Lakhvi, Saeed involved in LeT training, recruitment  Pune Mirror3 days ago PM Modi meets Xi, raises China's action on Lakhvi issue  India Today1 month ago Islamic Terror: China Is Making America's Mistake Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
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India to give dossier on Dawood Ibrahim to Pakistan, provide details on his location, movements

The Ministry of Home Affairs has prepared a fresh dossier on underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, Mumbai attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and others terrorists to exert pressure on Pakistan for taking ...
 Zee News2 months ago India to give dossier on Dawood to Pak, provide details on his location, movements  Rediff.com2 months ago India to give new dossier on Lakhvi, Dawood, Hafiz to Pakistan  Zee News1 month ago
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