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26/11: How Lashkar tech chief fooled spooks to buy Intenet phone
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26/11: How Lashkar tech chief fooled spooks to buy Intenet phone

Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayiba's technology chief had posed as an Indian businessman while negotiating to buy from an American company a Voice-over-Internet Phone service that was later used by the LeT handlers to communicate with 26/11 attackers while concealing their actual origin.Zarrar Shah, a 30-year-old computer expert, was the technology chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba, and had set up an internet phone system to disguise his location during the 26/11 attacks by routing his calls through New ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

ISI, LeT plan suicide attacks on India ahead of Obama visit

The Inter-Service Intelligence, Pakistan's intelligence agency, along with the help of terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Tayiba is planning Arnia-type suicide attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and some other parts of India. Yahoo India 22 minutes ago ...
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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 ...
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India's relations with the US must not be one-sided

'It is in the interest of both sides that the visit is seen as being successful. Both sides have invested considerable political capital in it.' 'This rapid exchange of visits and the decisions taken have to be justified, beyond the symbolism, which is no doubt important in itself. This opportunity to impart a fresh momentum to ties should not be missed,' says former foreign secretary Kanwal Sibal. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ready acceptance of United States President Barack Obama's ...
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9 bloody standoffs the world has seen

Two days after brothers Cherif and Said Kouachi barged into the office of French satire magazine Charlie Hebdo and slayed 12 people, including eight journalists and two cops, the French security forces shot them down after cornering them at a warehouse in northeastern France. French forces also, in a synchronised operation, put an end to another hostage crisis at a kosher supermarket in the Porte de Vincennes area in Paris. The lone gunman was killed, but not before he had killed four of ...
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The boat incident could have led to nuclear war

'Imagine for a moment that the Coast Guard was unable to stop the vessel and it reached Porbandar with its cargo/personnel and targeted the event at which the prime minister was present,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). A few years ago, then United States secretary of state Hillary Clinton had described Pakistan as a global headache. Recent events show that from the headache it has began to resemble a cancer. But yet the world seems to have outsourced dealing with Pakistan to India, while ...
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Why Obama promptly accepted Modi's R-Day invite

It is in Prime Minister Narendra Modi Modi, officials in Washington believe, US President Barack Obama has found an Indian leader who is willing to walk the talk to realise the common goals of the two countries. Lalit K Jha reports Image: US President Barack Obama travels to the Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India. Photograph: Pete Souza/White House As United States President Barack Obama arrived at the White House after vacationing in picturesque ...
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26/11: The crucial data that was ignored

Could Mumbai have been saved from terror on November 26, 2008? Perhaps, had the intelligence agencies of India, United States and Britain worked together to put together bits of crucial data that came their way, reveals an investigation conducted by The New York Times, ProPublica and the PBS programme, Frontline.All the technology in the world at their disposal, yet the inability to piece together crucial chunks of intelligence led to the loss of 166 lives in the bloody carnage unleashed by ...
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