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LeT receives adequate funding despite sanctions: India tells UN
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LeT receives adequate funding despite sanctions: India tells UN

India has said that terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Tayiba do not "live on love and fresh air", expressing regret that they receive funds despite being slapped with sanctions by the United Nations, as the world body reaffirmed the need to cut the monetary lifeline of terrorists. India expressed concern that financing to terror groups is supplemented by illegal resources generated through drug trafficking, piracy, kidnapping for ransom and extortion even though the terror organisations are ... Rediff.com, 1 day ago
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Pak to appeal against 26/11 conspirator Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi's bail

NDTV reports: The Pakistan government has said it will appeal against the bail granted to top Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, accused of plotting the 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai in 2008. The Pakistan government believes it has a strong case against Lakhvi. Lakhvi was granted bail yesterday by an anti-terror court in Islamabad which said the prosecution has been unable to provide evidence against him. He was among seven people arrested in the Mumbai attacks ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Is Lashkar commander Lakhvi enjoying prison stay?  Rediff.com3 days ago Rajnath blames Pak for Lakhvi's bail, calls it 'very unfortunate'  Rediff.com3 days ago Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi-Hafiz Saeed combo to hit at Tehrik-e-Taliban  One India3 days ago
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Border clash: 'This is leading up to something horrible'

The recent breach of ceasefire by Pakistan was aimed at infiltrating Lashkar-e-Tayiba cadres into Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the polls and to bring Kashmir issue back into limelight, as the neighbouring country was feeling isolated with the growing clout of India in the international forum, according to security experts. A Pakistani paramilitary soldier keeping guard inside a bunker at the Pakistani border town of Dhamala Hakimwala near Sialkot. Photograph: Reuters "Here's my sense... this is ...
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Army busts LeT hideout in Doda; arms, ammunition recovered

Army troops on Saturday busted a hideout of Lashkar-e-Tayiba in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district and recovered a cache of army, ammunition and explosive material. Acting on a tip off, a joint operation was launched by local Rashtriya Rifle unit and state police in Sukhni Nala area, a Defence Spokesman said. The hideout was busted and war like stores including one 9mm Chinese pistol, two magazine, two AK -47 magazines, 7 rounds 9mm ammunition, 15 rounds 7.65mm LMG rounds, 256 rounds 7.62 mm AK, ...
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How Lashkar, ISI tried to target Modi's swearing-in

'Who in Pakistan was intending to carry out one of the most grievous acts of international terrorism just a few months ago?' Former CIA official Bruce Riedel reveals how the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the ISI planned the attack on the Indian consulate in the Afghan city of Herat in May to take Indian diplomats hostage and disrupt Narendra Modi's swearing-in. Aziz Haniffa/Rediff.com reports from Washington, DC Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in the cross-hairs of terrorist groups like Lashkar-e-Tayiba ...
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India to seek clarification from UN on 'sahib' reference to Hafiz Saeed

Perturbed over calling 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed as as 'sahib' by a United States Security Council panel, India will seek a clarification on it from the world body. It is understood that the government will seek the clarification on the usage in the communication by Gary Quilan, the Chair of UN Security Council Committee, on December 17. Quinlan made the reference to Saeed in the communication on information regarding banned terror organisation ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago Hafiz Saeed's charity in Gaza- Is he attempting global jihad now?  Oneindia1 week ago Pak runs special trains for Hafiz Saeed's JuD meet  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Will Pakistan survive?

'Pakistan is paying the price for ignoring secularism. In seeking to be ever more Muslim to define its nationhood, it has become a terrorist haven,' says Amberish K Diwanji. Pakistan and the world watched in horror as some 131 children were massacred by a bunch of terrorists who claimed to be acting in the name of Islam. The Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan chose the same date when the Pakistani army in what is now Bangladesh surrendered to the Indian Army and the Mukti Bahini 43 years ago. While the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Pakistan must know that we will respond!  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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26/11 conspirator Lakhvi to stay in jail for 3 more months

'We are not going to let him go free. Justice will be served,' a Pakistan official tells Rediff.com contributor Shahzad Raza in Islamabad. Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi was detained at Rawalpindi's Adiala Jail by the Pakistan government on Friday under the Maintenance of Public Order act. The Pakistan government will also appeal to the country's supreme court against Lakhvi's release on bail, a senior official told Rediff.com "We are not going to let him go free. He has been detained and very soon we ...
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Peshawar attack may signal coming collapse of Pakistan

'A collapsing Pakistan may well unleash its nuclear weapons as the last throw of the dice. With a nuclear arsenal of over 50 bombs, even a regional nuclear exchange can devastate the world,' points out Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Terror attacks on innocents are abhorrent and especially so when depraved men target school children. The Peshawar school attack on December 16 will surely be classified as one of the most dastardly along with the Beslan school attack in Russia during which 385 ...
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Good Taliban is Bad Taliban for India

There is a lot of talk about a good and a bad Taliban . Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif after the ghastly Peshawar attack went on record to say that now there is no distinction between the Good and the Bad Taliban. No doubt it is a promising statement ...
 Oneindia3 days ago
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