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Pak-based terror groups target India's interests in Af: Envoy
Siasat Daily


United Nations: Pakistan-based terror groups such as LeT, the Taliban, JeM and al-Qaeda target India’s interests and goals in Afghanistan and pursue other objectives like creating sanctuaries and safe havens in tribal areas between Kabul and Islamabad, ... State Times, 20 hours ago
Pakistan facilitating terror groups, claims Afghan envoy to the UN International Business Times India, 20 hours ago

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Pak Army confirms rescuing kidnapped Sindh chief justice's son

The Pakistan Army has claimed that it has rescued the kidnapped son of Sindh Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah from his Taliban captors and reunited him with his family. Owais Shah, the son of Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, returned home Tuesday, 29 ...
 NetIndia123.com4 days ago Pak rescues kidnapped son of top judge  Emirates2474 days ago Pak army rescues kidnapped son of Sindh's chief justice  Pune Mirror4 days ago Kidnapped son of top judge in Pak rescued by army  Zee News4 days ago

Peshawar school massacre mastermind killed in Afghanistan: Pak official

At least 144 students, teachers and staff members were killed when seven terrorists belonging to the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) attacked the Army Public School in Peshawar on December 16, 2014.
 MSN India1 week ago US confirms death of Pak school carnage mastermind  The Statesman1 week ago Pak intel tip led to APS mastermind's killing  The Nation Pakistan1 week ago Mastermind of Pak army school massacre killed in Afghanistan  Manorama Online1 week ago
ABP Live

Target Taliban chief Fazlullah, hideouts in Afghanistan: Pak army chief to US

Pakistan's army chief General Raheel Sharif has asked the US to target the hideouts of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan militants and their chief Mullah Fazlullah in Afghanistan. General Raheel made the demand during a high-level meeting with Commander ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Pak army chief asks commanders to stop militants from crossing into Afghanistan  ABP Live2 weeks ago Sharif vs Sharif: Pak military wrests control over government  South Asia Monitor3 weeks ago Afghan Taliban, TTP gunfights leave 14 dead in Afghanistan  The Express Tribune4 weeks ago

Top Pak judge's son narrates kidnap ordeal

Sindh High Court chief justice's son Awais Ali Shah, who was rescued from the clutches of Pakistani Taliban by the army in the restive northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, today narrated his terrifying ordeal to police and said he was kept ...
 Business Standard3 days ago Law and order  The Friday Times3 weeks ago

US, Pak Share Common Interest of Defeating Taliban

The US, Pakistan and Afghanistan share a "common interest" of eliminating Taliban and securing Pakistan's nuclear arsenal, the Republican party has said. Terming the relationship between the US and Pakistan as "historic", the party in its ...
 Outlook India4 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Stop blame game, cooperate in fight against terrorism: Pak tells Afghanistan

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani blamed Pakistan for continuing to make a difference between good and bad Taliban. Expressing disappointment over Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's remarks against Islamabad at the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Pakistan has urged Kabul to ...
 Asian Age1 week ago FO asks Kabul to stop blame game, seeks cooperation  DAWN Group2 weeks ago
Pakistan Today

Bridging the Pak Afghan gap

The need to bury the hatchet The assassination of former Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour has opened the lid on a new wave of violence and political turmoil in Afghanistan This is the century of Asia because ...
 Pakistan Today3 weeks ago Finding solution to Afghan conflict  Pakistan Observer2 weeks ago Angoor Adda not handed over to Kabul: Aizaz  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Did India try to bribe Taliban?  MSN News US1 month ago
Financial Express

Ex-Pak President Asif Ali Zardari slams Imran Khan for allocating Rs.300 million to University of Jihad

Observers in Pakistan are saying that Imran Khan is openly funding Taliban militants to protect his party against Taliban attacks in parliamentary elections. Asif Ali Zardari directly accused Imran Khan of funding terrorism. (Reuters) Pakistan's ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Ex-Pak President Zardari slams Imran Khan for allocating Rs.300 million to University of Jihad  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago Zardari asks US to trust Pak, mend ties  Firstpost.com1 month ago Ex-Pak president Zardari questions US commitment to Pakistan's security needs  Sify2 months ago

Haqqanis, Taliban, LeT continue their influence in Af-Pak: CIA

The Islamic State has emerged as the most potent terrorist threat globally but in the Af-Pak region the space is dominated by other terrorist groups like Taliban, Haqqani network and Lashkar-e-Taiba, America's top spymaster has said. There are the ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago Haqqanis, Taliban, LeT dominate terror space in Af-Pak area  Business Standard1 month ago CIA chief's statement highlights terror in Af-Pak  International Business Times India1 month ago US working with India to counter Af-Pak terror groups  Rediff.com1 month ago
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