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Pakistan and India to meet over Gurdaspur attacks
The Nation Pakistan

Punjab govt tapping its sources to track identities of Fidayee...

NEW DELHI: With the GPS sets recovered from the Gurdaspur terrorists clearly establishing their Pakistani connection, the Punjab government is now tapping its sources along the narcotics smuggling route on the western border to help establish the ... Times of India, 1 hour ago
Punjab cabinet blames Pakistan for terror attack ProKerala.com, 4 hours ago
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Pakistan Observer

Senior Qaeda leader killed in Balochistan, says Pakistan

security forces have killed the Al-Qaeda chief for Balochistan and south Punjab in the restive Balochistan province, the Government said on Sunday. Omar Abdul Latif, the Al-Qaeda chief for Balochistan and South Punjab, was killed in a gunbattle ...
 New Delhi Pioneer21 hours ago Balochistan, S Punjab Al-Qaeda chief killed  Pakistan Observer19 hours ago Pakistan says senior al-Qaeda leader killed in Balochistan  The Hindu1 day ago Al Qaeda chief of Balochistan and South Punjab killed in Chaghi: Bugti  DAWN Group1 day ago
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Outlook

Gurdaspur attack: Militants were wearing gloves 'Made in Pakistan'

The gruesome militants, who carried out the attack on Gurdaspur district of Punjab, do have a close connection with Pakistan. Well, the evidences claim so. The doctors, who conducted the autopsy on the dead militants, have noted down in the post-mortem report ...
 Deccan Herald10 hours ago Army officer who headed Operation Bluestar blames Punjab government, Pakistan for Gurdaspur terror attack  IBNLive India News1 week ago Vigil stepped up at India-Pakistan border: Rajnath  Mathrubhumi1 week ago Terrorist attack in Punjab's Dinangar town  Zee News1 week ago
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Punjab terror attack: 'India's provocative comments threat to regional peace'

Source : Last Updated: Fri, Jul 31, 2015 10:03 hrs Islamabad: Pakistan today rejected as "baseless" India's assertion that the Gurdaspur attackers had infiltrated from there, saying such "provocative" comments are a threat to regional peace and security and ...
 Sify3 days ago India and Pakistan likely to hold first NSA-level dialogue on August 23-24  Economic Times12 hours ago India proposes NSA meeting with Pakistan on August 23-24  Hindustan Times1 day ago India, Pakistan plan NSA meet in August  Indian Express2 days ago
DAWN Group

Resolutions submitted in Sindh, Punjab assemblies against Altaf's speech

KARACHI/LAHORE: The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) on Monday submitted resolutions in the Punjab and Sindh Assemblies against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain condemning his August 1 speech. The resolution submitted by PTI's ...
 DAWN Group6 hours ago PTI submits resolution against MQM chief in Punjab Assembly  The Express Tribune10 hours ago PTI submits condemnation resolution against Altaf Hussain in Punjab Assembly  Dunya News11 hours ago Resolutions condemning Altaf's statement submitted in Punjab, Sindh, Azad Kahsmir  Dunya News6 hours ago
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Rediff.com

Pakistani Punjab must pay the price for terror

  'The target for all our counter-terror operations ought to be Pakistani Punjab's population,' argues Colonel Anil A Athale (retd). The July 27 terrorist attack on a police station near Gurdaspur in Punjab has again focused attention on terrorism emanating from Pakistan. As expected, the shadow of this incident has fallen on the proposed talks between Indian and Pakistani national security advisors scheduled for this month. The reactions on both sides of the Radcliffe Line (the border ...
 Rediff.com10 hours ago

Did drug cartels support attack?

Pakistan’s notoriety in running drug cartels along the International Border in Punjab is well-known. What is not known so far is whether these cartels were involved in lending any kind of tacit support to the July 27 fidayeen terror strike in Gurdaspur.
 Deccan chronicle11 hours ago
India Today

Punjab: Warnings of another LeT strike before Aug 15

Intelligence agencies have alerted the Punjab government that the Pakistan-based Babbar Khalsa and Lashkar-e-Taiba militants are planning a bigger strike in the state before the Independence Day, sources said. The Border Security Force (BSF) foiled an ...
 MSN India12 hours ago Punjab on high alert after warnings of another LeT strike before August 15  India Today1 day ago

Al Qaeda leader in Baluchistan killed, claims Pakistan

Islamabad, Aug 3 (UNI) Pakistan's security forces has claimed of slaying Baluchistan and southern Punjab's Al Qaeda Chief Omar Abdul Latif alias Lukman. Speaking with mediapersons, Baluchistan Home Minister Sarfaraz Bugti said, on a tip off, the ...
 United News of India13 hours ago
First Post.com

Want good ties with Pakistan, will act tough if national pride hurt: Rajnath Singh

On a day Punjab's border district of Gurdaspur was hit by a terror strike, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said India wants to have cordial relations with Pakistan but will give a befitting reply if national pride is challenged. Singh said he was was unable ...
 Zee News1 week ago If we get hit, we will retaliate, says Rajnath Singh after Gurdaspur terror attack  First Post.com1 week ago Want good ties with Pak, will act tough if national pride hurt: HM  Deccan Herald1 week ago By Neelabh Srivastava  Business Standard1 week ago
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