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'US may help India in war against terror'

'US may help India in war against terror'

'If the US-Pakistan relationship continues to suffer, Pakistan may feel it has less to lose and decide that it need not keep a leash on LeT in order to appease America.''A tougher US policy toward Pakistan could lead to an emboldened and strengthened LeT and JeM, resulting in more terrorist attacks in India.' IMAGE: Muhammed Saeed, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist, addresses supporters at a protest in Rawalpindi, December 29, 2017, against the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's ..., 2 months ago

Terror expands its footprints in Pakistan

Pervez Musharraf is contemplating a political front with jihadi groups to contest Pakistan's 2018 election.Should the jihadi groups win a few seats, terrorist outfits will gain legitimacy in Pakistan, warns Brigadier S K Chatterji (retd). IMAGE: Muhammed Saeed, the Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist. Photograph: Mohsin Raza/Reuters US President Donald J Trump outlined the blueprint for his country's national security on December 18, 2017. Trump asked Pakistan to take 'decisive actions' against ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Pakistan/India: How politicians from across the border wine and dine for mutual interests

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stands with former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at an event marking the Hindu festival Dussehra in New Delhi. Images: AP At a moment when the Gujarat assembly election was the talk of the town, the timing of a meeting between ...
 Sify2 months ago

26/11 mastermind should be prosecuted to fullest extent of law: US

The United States on Friday said it has told Islamabad clearly that Hafiz Saeed is a “terrorist” and should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law, reacting strongly to the Pakistan prime minister’s remarks that there was no case against the Mumbai attack mastermind. The reaction by the State Department came after Pakistan Premier Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, during an interview to Geo TV on Tuesday, referred to Saeed as ‘sahib’ or ‘sir’.   ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

'US wants Haqqanis, not Saeed'

'Perhaps the biggest indication was its striking decision in November to delink LeT from its aid certification process.''The administration decided that the US, in order to send military aid to Pakistan, would not need to certify that Pakistan is cracking down on LeT.''Perhaps the administration was trying to offer a carrot -- in effect, we're backing off on LeT, but in return we expect you (Pakistan) to go after the Haqqanis.''Either way, the optics were dreadful for the US given that Hafiz ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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