Even in Pakistan a cheap sofa covered with brown plastic is not most people's idea of throw-restraint-to-the-wind luxury. But Abdul Sattar Edhi, a legendary charity worker known for his asceticism, is still getting used to the two-seater that ... MSN News US, 2 weeks ago
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N Sathiya Moorthy 20 March 2015 Analysis A Male criminal court's sentencing of former President Mohammed Nasheed on 'terrorism charges' for 13 years in prison has revived 'democracy-deficit' charges and consequent global (read: West) ...Observer India, 3 weeks ago
Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the Print Tushar Ranjan Mohanty Research Associate, At least 48 terrorists were killed [with media access severely restricted, ...South Asian Terrorism Portal, 1 month ago
:59 A hardline Sunni leader and a prominent Shiite lawyer were shot dead in two separate incidents in the Pakistani city of Karachi on Wednesday, police said. Unknown gunmen on a motorcycle shot and killed lawyer Ghulam Hussain Bokhari outside ...Naharnet, 1 month ago
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ISLAMABAD Unlike past when terrorists would carry out car bomb blasts or send a suicide bomber to target a place or person, groups of suicide bombers armed with automatic weapons and hand grenades are being sent now for targeted attacks. The ...Oman Tribune, 1 month ago Countering terrorism in KP still a big challenge DAWN Group, 1 month ago
Nowhere, nowhere at all, does a trace of blood remain; Nothing on the assassin's hands, nails or clothes; The dagger's lips, the knifepoint, no redness disclose, No spot upon the ground, on the roof no stain Nowhere, nowhere at all, does a ...Pakistan Link, 1 month ago
ISLAMABAD: Under the provisions of Pakistan's National Action Plan (NAP) 16,344 operations have been conducted and 12,462 arrests made to counter terrorism since January this year as per a report presented to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday, ...Kashmir Observer, 2 months ago
Cases likely to be sent to military courts after interior ministry's nod. STOCK IMAGE ISLAMABAD: Amid escalating pressure from opposition parties for speeding up action against proscribed religious groups, government officials revealed on Sunday ...The Express Tribune, 2 months ago
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