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Pakistan should completely stop support to terror: PM to Wall Street Journal
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Pakistan's lies exposed, Dawood's house found in Karachi: Reports

For the last 23 years, India has been trying to locate the accused in 1993 Mumbai blasts which killed 257 people. Pakistan has always officially denied that Dawood Ibrahim lived among them. However, a CNN-News 18 report claims that they have tracked down ... DNA, 2 weeks ago
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'Elements in Pak army, ISI have worked with Taliban'

Some elements in the Pakistani military and the Inter-Services Intelligence had ‘shown a willingness’ to work with terrorist outfits, a top American Congressman has alleged after the United States said it has killed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a drone strike deep inside Pakistan. "I think that there is an element in the ISI, an element in their security services that in the past have shown a willingness to work with terrorist organisations, especially inside ...
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Will China "veto" Pathankot probe team's visit to Pakistan?

If Pakistan finally and officially rules out the possibility of an Indian investigation team’s reciprocal visit for the Pathankot probe, it should also be seen as the Chinese “hidden veto” in the India-Pakistan bilateral context, says Rajeev Sharma. International diplomats stationed in the Indian subcontinent keeping an eye on India and Pakistan know that everything in this difficult bilateral relationship currently hinges only on one single thread: whether Pakistan will ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Pak 'cooperating closely' with India on Pathankot probe: Aziz  Rediff.com1 month ago 'Pak JIT was given irrefutable evidence'  Rediff.com1 month ago Pakistan probe team at Pathankot air base amidst protests  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Revisiting Geronimo: The op that killed Osama bin Laden

It has been five years since Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by American forces in Pakistan’s Abbotabad. Many hoped that this would bring about the end of the ‘War On Terror’. The people who planned and executed the operation knew that getting bin Laden in Pakistan was going to be a difficult mission, and the plan nearly went awry. Rediff.com present to you a blow-by-blow account on what happened on the night of May 1, 2011, when the terror mastermind was killed ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago 'ISI controlled Osama's Abbottabad compound'  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Former Pakistan PM Gilani's kidnapped son recovered from Afghanistan

The son of Pakistan’s ex-prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani was on Tuesday rescued from the clutches of Taliban in a joint operation by the US and Afghan forces in Afghanistan, three years after he was abducted from his hometown in Pakistan’s Punjab province. Ali Haider Gilani “has been recovered today in a joint operation carried out by the Afghan and US security forces in Ghazni, Afghanistan,” Pakistan’s foreign office said in a statement. Afghan National ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Hated India since 1971 when Indian planes bombed my school: Headley  Rediff.com2 months ago
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6 booked for desecrating Sikh's turban in Pakistan

A 29-year-old Sikh man’s turban was desecrated during a scuffle at a bus terminal in Pakistan’s Punjab Province and six persons have been booked under blasphemy law in connection with the incident, officials said on Monday. Police have registered an FIR against six people under blasphemy law on the complaint of Mahinder Paal Singh, a resident of Multan district of Punjab. Singh told police that he was travelling last week from Faisalabad to Multan by a bus owned by Kohistan-Faisal ...
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Our nuclear programme modest compared to India: Pak

Amidst global concerns over the safety of its nuclear weapons, Pakistan on Friday claimed that its ‘modest’ nuclear programme was accident-free, unlike that of India. Foreign Secretary Aizaz Chaudhary, who is in Washington, DC to attend the Nuclear Security Summit, hosted by United States President Barack Obama, said that the International Atomic Energy Agency has recorded 2,734 nuclear incidents worldwide, including five in India, but ‘not a single accident or breach happened ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Pak nuke at a high risk of theft while India faces 'insider threats': Report  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Crestfallen Pakistan players will start returning home

‘The players and officials could face an angry reception’ ‘It would be best for Shahid (Afridi) to announce his retirement as no one in the board is in the mood to see him carrying on even as a player’ IMAGE: Pakistan's captain Shahid Afridi and other team-mates. Photograph: PTI Photos. Their campaign over after being beaten and bruised in the World T20, members of the Pakistan cricket team will start returning back home via Dubai, on Saturday night, with anger growing ...
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'Pakistan Zindabad' slogans were raised by outsiders, says JNU probe panel

Provocative slogans including ‘Bharat ko ragda do ragda’(India should be stamped out) and ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ were raised at controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University event by a group of masked outsiders, a high-level inquiry committee of the varsity has said. However, the report said video footages of the February 9 event does not show anyone raising the slogan “Bharat ki barbadi tak jung rahegi” (Fight will go on till India is ruined) but claimed that ...
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BJP will win more seats than in 2019 than 2014: Rajnath Singh

Speaking about the NDA government’s two years in office, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday claimed that India’s image had improved by leaps and bounds since PM Modi took office. In an exclusive interview with Zee News , he said that ...
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