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Haqqania students involved in Benazir killing, ATC told
The Nation Pakistan

Haqqania students involved in Benazir killing, ATC told

RAWALPINDI - An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) was informed on Thursday that students of Maulana Samiul Haq's Darul Uloom Haqqania Akora Khattak were involved in the murder of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto. FIA Peshawar Inspector Naseer Ahmed ... The Nation Pakistan, 5 days ago

Faces of terror: The men behind horrific attacks

Clockwise from top: Maulana Fazlullah, Hafiz Saeed, Zakir-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, Omar Saeed Sheikh. Terrorism across the world has been growing day by day as terror attacks take place at regular intervals. While the storming of a school in Pakistan's ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago
Indian Express

The frailty of judges

It is increasingly difficult for Pakistan to punish those who kill for religious reasons There are many killers Pakistan cannot hang, but the one most un-hangable out of them is Mumtaz Qadri, ex-policeman, security guard of late Punjab governor ...
 Indian Express4 days ago

Let's be true to ourselves

Pakistan Interior Minister Nisar Ali Khan's statement about the Lal Masjid cleric, who had justified the killing of Peshawar school students, should come as no surprise. Maulana Abdul Aziz is said to have submitted a written apology to the ...
 Arab News5 days ago
Oneindia

Pak boat- Why are we giving Pakistan fodder to speak?

The statement made by the DIG of the Indian Coast Guards opened up a pandora's box on the incident relating to the Pakistan Boat which was intercepted on December 31 2014. While many had questioned the authenticity of the operation, the DIG ...
 Oneindia1 week ago

Audio tape proves Dawood Ibrahim presence on Pakistan soil

For years, India has been telling Pakistan that its most-wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim is in Karachi. But Islamabad has been denying this and was demanding proof from New Delhi of Dawood's residence on its soil. For years, India has ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago

China, Russia join India in rebuking Pak on terror

ith China and Russia accepting India's initiative for a united pitch for bringing "perpetrators, organisers, financiers and sponsors of terrorist acts" to justice, the noose on Pakistan to come clean on this subject seems to have tightened further.
 The Sunday Guardian2 weeks ago
Indian Express

When madrasa challenges state

The Nawaz Sharif government says madrasas are sacrosanct and will not be investigated. After the adoption of a National Action Plan and a constitutional amendment to tackle terrorism through military courts, the clerics in Pakistan are worried.
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Oneindia

Afzal Guru is back from the dead

Bengaluru, Feb 9: The ghost of Afzal Guru is back to haunt us all once again. After all the drama that prevailed over his sentencing, he was finally hanged at the Tihar Jail on February 9 2013. Whether he should be hanged or not was a debate that ...
 Oneindia3 weeks ago

The Curious Case of Banned Outfits

By Dr Mohammad Taqi Florida Propaganda is a soft weapon; hold it in your hands too long, and it will move about like a snake, and strike the other way — French writer Jean Anouilh. In the wake of the brutal terrorist attack on the Army ...
 Pakistan Link3 weeks ago Pakistan and the curious case of banned outfits  Kashmir Observer1 month ago
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