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Pak to appeal against 26/11 conspirator Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi's bail

Pak to appeal against 26/11 conspirator Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi'...

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 ..., 1 month ago
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Femme fatale- Meet India's lady jihadis

Bengaluru, Jan 20: In the year 2013, Intelligence Agencies had warned that the Lashkar-e-Tayiba was training women terrorists to carry out strikes in India. An all women's terror module had been launched in Pakistan under the banner Dukhtareen-e-Tayiba and ...
 One India1 week ago ISI, LeT plan suicide attacks on India ahead of Obama visit  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Indian diaspora vulnerable to terror attacks, says IB chief  Rediff.com2 months ago

26/11: How Lashkar tech chief fooled spooks to buy Intenet phone

Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayiba's technology chief had posed as an Indian businessman while negotiating to buy from an American company a Voice-over-Internet Phone service that was later used by the LeT handlers to communicate with 26/11 attackers while concealing their actual origin.Zarrar Shah, a 30-year-old computer expert, was the technology chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba, and had set up an internet phone system to disguise his location during the 26/11 attacks by routing his calls through New ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

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.com1 month ago

LeT militant killed after fierce gun-battle in Sopore

Security personnel cordon off the house where the militants are hiding. All photographs: Umar Ganie A top Lashkar-e-Tayiba militant was killed in a six-hour-long gun-battle with security forces in Sopore town of north Kashmir Baramulla district, the police said. An encounter broke out between security forces and the LeT militant, holed up in a house Chanakhan area of Sopore, following a cordon and search operation, the police said. A security personnel keeps vigil at the encounter site ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Militant holed up in house; encounter on with security forces  Oneindia2 weeks ago

India-Israel track Sajid Mir as Lashkar gives final touches to Karachi Project

The biggest mystery of the 26/11 attack is Sajid Mir or Sajeed Majeed. After the attack of 26/11 there was nothing known about him and it was over the next year or so that his name surfaced during the interrogation of David Headley. Branded as an ...
 Oneindia1 month ago

Pakistan's zero tolerance against terrorism dubious, says US expert

Pakistan's zero tolerance policy against terrorism is questionable given its reluctance to take action against Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attack, a US expert has said. "How will Pakistan implement its new zero tolerance policy for extremism in the Punjab, where the Lashkar maintains its base?" wrote Michael Krepon, co-founder of the Stimson Centre, in an op-ed in Arms Control Wonk. Krepon was referring to the open activities of LeT leaders in Pakistan, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago How police over-enthusiasm deters the war against terror  Oneindia3 days ago

Shaheen Force: Al Qaeda's new women wing in the sub-continent

There is a growing clamour among all terrorist groups to recruit women bombers into their fold. With the ISIS desperately seeking the release of Sajida al Rishwai, the Al-Qaeda in the sub-continent has now launched an all women's force through which ...
 Oneindia1 day ago

Modi-Obama hug- Tremors felt in Pakistan

New Delhi, Jan 28: How symbolic was the hug between Narendra Modi and Barack Obama ? What was the significance of Modi addressing the US president as Barack? While it makes it clear the two leaders have established a relationship beyond bi-lateral ...
 Oneindia4 days ago Full text: What Modi, Obama agreed on  Rediff.com1 week ago Major infiltration bid foiled ahead of Obama visit  Rediff.com1 week ago Terrorists may NOT target Delhi during Obama visit, but...  Rediff.com1 week ago

Beyond the Modi-Obama hugs, a solid India-US partnership

'It was statecraft that came out on top and clearly outweighed the optics,' says Brigadier Gurmeet Kanwal (retd). 'And this is the first time the US has formally recognised the threat India faces from terrorist organisations based in Pakistan.' The optics during the Modi-Obama summit were impressive: The prime minister setting aside protocol to personally receive the US President at Palam airport, several warm hugs, 'chai pe charcha', shared smiles, jokes and laughter and the liberal use of ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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