JAIPUR: "America is fighting the enemy, but at a wrong place," said ex-head of Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security Amrullah Saleh yesterday, arguing that many of the prominent leaders of terror organizations are being sheltered in ... Times of India, 1 week ago
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U S Department of Treasury : Testimony on Iran of Acting Under Secretary Szubin before the House Foreign Affairs Committee
WASHINGTON - Good morning. Chairman Royce, Ranking Member Engel, and distinguished members of the committee: Thank you for inviting me to appear before you today to discuss the negotiations over Iran's nuclear program. I am pleased to be here with ...4 Traders, 1 week ago Testimony on Iran of Acting Under Secretary Szubin before the House Foreign Affairs Committee U.S. Treasury, 1 week ago
NEW DELHI: India has proposed to the US for holding of a meeting on counter-terrorism and was awaiting a confirmation from the American side, External Affairs Ministry said here today. Noting that no meeting of the Joint Working Group (JWG) on ...New Indian Express, 1 week ago
The US president's visit to India in January as the chief guest at the Republic Day celebrations has imparted a new sense of dynamism to a relationship that was seemingly drifting in recent years. A weak government in Delhi coupled with ...Outlook India, 1 week ago Under Modi, India Challenges Old Assumptions Yale Global Online, 2 weeks ago Spy Chief Says Modi Government Decisive, Seeking Stronger Ties News India Times, 4 weeks ago Naming and shaming Pak's terror outfits is key ... Firstpost.com, 2 months ago
Pakistan on Monday termed as "irrational" India's strong reaction to a court's ruling ordering release of 2008 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, but hoped that the issue will not affect the proposed bilateral talks. Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s adviser on national security and foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz made the remarks while talking to reporters and rejected Indian allegations that Pakistan was not doing enough to ensure Lakhvi remains behind the bars.Rediff.com, 1 week ago US seeks Indian help to pressure Pakistan Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago India, US come together to combat terror funding Hindustan Times, 1 month ago India, US pledge to combat terror funding to LeT, JuD, Dawood Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
Pakistan on Saturday detained Zaki-ur Rehman Lakhvi, the 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind, for 30 more days under a public security order before he could be released from jail following a court directive to set him free which evoked a strong protest from India. "The Punjab government issued the order of Lakhvi's detention under the maintenance of public order for a period of 30 days. He will remain detained at the Adiala Jail where he is currently under custody in the Mumbai attack case," a home ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
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, 2 weeks ago Press Releases: Remarks at the U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue Ministerial OfficialWire, 2 months ago Press Releases: Joint Press Availability With Pakistani Advisor to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz OfficialWire, 2 months ago Remarks at the U.S.-Pakistan Strategic Dialogue Ministerial US Embassy United Kingdom: London, 2 months ago
Director of US National Intelligence says Pakistan will aim to establish positive rapport with Afghan government Clapper says PM Nawaz's pledges to tackle energy, economic, security issues fell short of high public ...The Express Tribune, 4 weeks ago
Asian nations are facing an evolving threat from the linkages between organized crime and terrorist groups, which are creating a wide range of risks to the countries' national security, economist Rajiv Biswas tells DW. The ...Deutsche Welle, 4 weeks ago
By AMANDA LOVIZA-VICKERY WASHINGTON, D.C. (CN) - An Australian man held prisoner at Guantanamo Bay for years had his terrorism conviction reversed by a military appeals commission. In 2007, David Hicks pleaded guilty to providing material ...Courthouse News Service, 1 month ago
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