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The most dangerous terrorist in Pakistan
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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 next from the ... Rediff.com, 4 days ago
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Pakistan must know that we will respond!

'Pakistan is convinced that the Modi government has -- given its image and political compulsions -- no choice but to act in the case of another terror attack,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). It seems we have learnt very little from the 26/11 attacks. Surely, the Mumbai police have got some fancy gear/weapons; the National Security Guard has a rapid reaction unit located in Mumbai and some other locations besides New Delhi, and the maritime police have got better boats. In some fundamental ...
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26/11 victims seek Rs 4,233 cr compensation from Pak perpetrators

Nine American and Israeli victims of the 2008 Mumbai attacks have demanded a compensation of $688 million (around Rs 4,233 crore) from the Pakistan-based perpetrators of the terror assault, including Jammat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed. In a re-submission before a New York court on October 30 and 31, the nine victims of the Mumbai attacks -- from the US and Israel -- argued for a "trial by jury" and "default judgement" against JuD/Lashkar-e-Tayiba. They also argued for a "trial by jury" and ...
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How India can win over the Kashmiris

'No amount of economic measures or prosperity in Kashmir will make any dent in the situation there.' 'The average Kashmiri understands the Pakistani game and is unlikely to prefer Pakistan over India. But the Pakistanis have made clever use of religious symbols and slogans to force religious-minded Kashmiris to support them.' 'India has failed to counter this posturing by the separatists,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). The Indian Army celebrates Infantry Day on October 27 every year to ...
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