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China's State-Run Channels Name Lashkar For Mumbai Attacks, Show Ajmal Kasab

China's State-Run Channels Name Lashkar For Mumbai Attacks, Sh...

In a rare rebuke to its "all weather" ally Pakistan, China's state-run channels have aired a documentary naming Lashkar-e-Taiba for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks and even showed footage containing confessions of Ajmal Kasab, the lone Pakistani ... NDTV, 1 month ago
China names LeT for the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago

Imperilled Kashmir

When a perception is created that there is no more liberty of conscience and thoughts and a tipping point between order and chaos has been reached, this illusion and perception often becomes reality. This is when the outliers decide to enter the ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago
Indian Express

26/11 Mumbai attacks: China says it does not hold Pakistan-based LeT responsible

Beijing: China on Thursday vindicated its stand over a documentary based on the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, alleging Pakistan's involvement in the horrific attack. The documentary, shown by the state-run channels, talked about the involvement of ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago 26/11 Mumbai attacks documentary doesn't represent China's stand  Yahoo! India1 month ago China's state TV airs documentary on Mumbai terror attacks, rebukes 'all weather' ally Pak  Indian Express1 month ago China in denial mode: 26/11 Mumbai attacks documentary doesn't represent China's stand  Oneindia1 month ago

China says documentary on LeT does not represent its stand

China today disowned a documentary shown by the state-run channels about the involvement of Pakistan-based terror group Lashkar-e-Taiyaba in the Mumbai attacks, saying it is a dubbed version of an American TV programme and no way represents the governments ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Monsters Across the Border?

A Gallup study found that 73% of Pakistanis polled felt that their opinion about Indians changed for the positive after meeting them. Share on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on Google+Share on WhatsAppShare via Email I will go to hell now, wailed ...
 Kashmir Observer2 months ago
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