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Terror bid foiled: CTD nabs alleged terrorist

The suspec­t, identi­fied as Yasin alias Ungli Kata, belong­s to the banned defunc­t outfit Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakist­an The Rangers spokesperson also said that more than 10 suspects were arrested during snap checking at Orangi Town, SITE, ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

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Siasat Daily

Terrorists Target Pakistani Shia Pilgrims

TEHRAN (IQNA) Five people were injured in a terrorist attack against a convoy of Pakistani Shia pilgrims in Pakistan. The terrorist attack took place in Quetta, Balochistan, on Thursday, according to IQNA dispatches. Three security forces and ...
 IQNA3 weeks ago Afghan envoy slams activity of 'Pakistan-based' terror groups at UN meet  Qatar Tribune1 month ago LeT, Taliban, JeM and Al Qaeda target Indias interest and goals in Afghanistan  catchnews.com1 month ago Pakistan facilitating terror groups, claims Afghan envoy to the UN  International Business Times India1 month ago

Pakistan blasphemy laws used as justification for mob justice: US

Washington, Aug 10 : Pakistan's controversial blasphemy laws were often used as justification for mob justice, a US State Department report on religious freedom in the country in 2015 said today, which also took note of the incidents of violence and ...
 India.com2 weeks ago

Pakistan Province Grants 300 Million Rupees To 'University of Jihad'

Pakistan's Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government has allocated 300 million rupees in its budget to a madrassa known as the 'University of Jihad' and having top Afghan Taliban leaders among its alumni, including its former chief Mullah Omar. "I am proudly ...
 NDTV2 months ago Pakistan grants Rs 300m to 'University of jihad'  Times of India2 months ago Pak Grants Rs 300 Mn to Madrassa Linked to Afghan Taliban  Outlook India2 months ago Pakistan grants Rs 300 million to madrassa linked to Afghan Taliban  Rediff.com2 months ago

Pakistan Cheered When Musharraf Was Overthrown. Why, Then, Has Democracy Fallen Out Of Favour?

I was in senior year of college when President Pervez Musharraf declared Emergency on November 3, 2007, after the legitimacy of his re-election the previous month was challenged by the Supreme Court given that he was also serving as the Army Chief. ...
 Huffington Post3 weeks ago

Terror bid to blow up 14 schools in district Jhang foiled

ISLAMABAD: A terror bid to blow up 14 schools in district Jhang was foiled due to timely action by the Pakistan Army and the facilitators and planners of this bid were apprehended. Had the Army not taken timely action, an enormous disaster could ...
 Daily Times1 month ago
Times of India

US snubs Pakistan, says Islamabad's concerns on Indian role in Afghanistan overestimated

WASHINGTON: Pakistan's concerns on India's role in Afghanistan are "overestimated", a top Obama administration official said on Tuesday and warned that the country will not have a "bright future" unless it takes action against terror groups like ...
 Times of India2 months ago US backs India's Afghan role, asks Pak to curb terror  Times of India2 months ago

Pak failed to check resurfacing of banned terror groups: Report

Pakistan has failed to take concrete action to keep a lid on banned militant outfits like Hafiz Saeed-led Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad which continuously resurface under new names challenging the government's authority, a media report said on Wednesday. Under the anti-terrorism act of 1997, it is the job of the interior ministry to determine whether any group is to be banned, but it should also keep tabs on such organisations and prevent them from re-emerging, The Express Tribune ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Kingston Whig-Standard

Little religious freedom in Pakistan

Without a doubt, Pakistan is a nexus of religious intolerance, Islamic extremism, hate and persecution. What is the state of religious freedom in Pakistan? "Religious freedom continues to be widely violated across Pakistan with numerous ...
 Kingston Whig-Standard1 month ago
The Express Tribune

Why is Pakistan allowing an imam to call for jihad against our Shia community?

Worshippers gather after the suicide bomber detonated a device near Prophet (PBUH)'s mosque. PHOTO: REUTERS Immediately after the news of the suicide attack on Masjid-e-Nabwi was released on various TV channels, a local imam of the masjid next ...
 The Express Tribune1 month ago
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