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Headley reveals ISI, Lashkar's sinister plans

Headley reveals ISI, Lashkar's sinister plans

On Day 4 of his testimony, Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley outline how the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and the Inter-Services Intelligence wanted to spread terror in India.   Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley on Friday said Al Qaeda leader Ilyas Kashmiri asked him to recce NationalDefenceCollege in Delhi as it was a primary target for the outfit and that he had also videographed Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and was asked to recruit someone from there to work with ISI., 2 hours ago

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Headley said what we have been saying all along; Ishrat encounter was genuine: Vanzara

Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative David Coleman Headley’s remarks before a Mumbai court that Ishrat Jahan was actually a Lashkar operative could come in handy for former Gujarat top cop D G Vanzara who has been saying all along that the encounter wasn’t staged as has been alleged. Prasanna D Zore/ reports. D G Vanzara, former Indian Police Service officer and accused in the fake encounter of Mumbai girl Ishrat Jahan, on Thursday said that the stand adopted by ...
 Rediff.com22 hours ago Ishrat Jahan was Lashkar-e-Tayiba's suicide bomber: Headley  Rediff.com1 day ago Govt welcomes Headley's revelations  Rediff.com1 day ago Headley bares all on terror financing by ISI  Rediff.com1 day ago

Met Rajaram Rege at Sena HQ, developed close ties with him: Headley

David Headley, Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Tayiba operative, deposing in front of a Mumbai court via video conferencing made other startling revelations. - I met Rajaram Rege at Shiv Sena headquaters in Shiv Sena Bhavan in Dadar area of Mumbai and developed a close friendship with him- I wanted to access the Shiv Sena Bhavan in case LeT is interested in attacking the building in ...
 Rediff.com7 hours ago Headley's deposition adjourned, to resume tomorrow  Rediff.com2 days ago 'Pack of lies': Former Pakistani minister rubbishes Headley's confessions  Rediff.com2 days ago What David Headley has told the Mumbai court  Rediff.com4 days ago

Lashkar plot to assassinate Omar Abdullah foiled in the nick of time

Pakistani-American terrorist Muzammil Butt alias Abu Hurera's plot to assassinate then Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah was foiled in the nick of time. Mumbai attacks conspirator David Coleman Headley's handler Muzammil had made an elaborate plot to assassinate Omar with a help of local university lecturer, soon after the 26/11 carnage. The senior Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander was a key 2008 Mumbai attacks plotters and handler of Pakistani-American David Coleman Headley. ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Headley's deposition cancelled on Day 3 due to video glitch

The deposition of Pakistani American terrorist David Coleman Headley before a Mumbai court for the third consecutive day, was on Wednesday adjourned till Thursday due to a technical problem in the video-link at the US end. “There was a technical snag in the video conference link from their side (US) due to which we could not connect despite several attempts since morning,” Special Public prosecutor Ujjwal Nikam said. The testimony will continue on Thursday, he said. While initially ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago What will Headley reveal today? Deposition begins for third day  Rediff.com2 days ago

Obama admin defends Pakistan at US Congress

WASHINGTON - In the face of stinging criticism by some American lawmakers, the Obama administration has strongly defended its policy towards Pakistan, saying it is in the best interest of the US to continue providing assistance to the country ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Musharraf rakes up Kashmir issue, says ISI trains terrorists

Pakistan's former military ruler Pervez Musharraf on Thursday said that the country's intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence, trains Lashkar e Tayiba and Jaish e Mohammed militants, and that terror attacks in India will not stop until New Delhi addresses the "core" issue of Kashmir. "ISI trains Jaish and Lashkar terrorists," said Musharraf. "The Pakistani army is not training civilians. Intelligence organisation on our side as well as on your side is involved," he said in an interview ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago

Beware! ISI may try to attack our scientists again

'Pakistan may have moved back from this devilish plot in 2007, but there is no guarantee it won't be on the drawing boards again,' warns Rajeev Sharma. Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's second round of testimony via video conferencing from an undisclosed destination in the United States on Tuesday, February 9, is even more damning than his deposition on Monday. His latest disclosures have the potential of putting the Pakistani military establishment in a doghouse, but it ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

The Lahore Summit: The Nuclear Angle

'All this talk of 'tactical nuclear weapons' or a limited nuclear war are 'false flags'! It looks like India and Pakistan are slowly but surely inching towards this realism,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). Avoiding nuclear war is 'the' national interest that trumps all other concerns. Because in case of nuclear war, there will be no 'Islamic Utopia,' Kashmir or economic development. Nations' security and foreign policy have to be tailored keeping this cardinal truth in mind. All this talk ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

The most dangerous terrorist in Pakistan

'Omar Khorsani has called repeatedly for the most barbaric of attacks. He is very adept on social media. He is, in other words, eerily similar to the ISIS leader Baghdadi.' 'The crux of the Pakistan army's 'strategic asset' policy -- its policy of regarding militants as those that can help Pakistan pursue its regional interests -- is that Pakistan needs help in weakening India or in keeping its presence minimal in the region.' Michael Kugelman reveals what the world can expect from the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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