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, 15 hours ago
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NDTV reports: The Pakistan government has said it will appeal against the bail granted to top Lashkar-e-Tayiba commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, accused of plotting the 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai in 2008. The Pakistan government believes it has a strong case against Lakhvi. Lakhvi was granted bail yesterday by an anti-terror court in Islamabad which said the prosecution has been unable to provide evidence against him. He was among seven people arrested in the Mumbai attacks ...Rediff.com, 3 days ago Is Lashkar commander Lakhvi enjoying prison stay? Rediff.com, 4 days ago Pak appeal against Lakhvi's bail delayed; prosecutor says he hasn't seen bail order Rediff.com, 14 hours ago
India has said that terror groups like the Lashkar-e-Tayiba do not "live on love and fresh air", expressing regret that they receive funds despite being slapped with sanctions by the United Nations, as the world body reaffirmed the need to cut the monetary lifeline of terrorists. India expressed concern that financing to terror groups is supplemented by illegal resources generated through drug trafficking, piracy, kidnapping for ransom and extortion even though the terror organisations are ...Rediff.com, 2 days ago
An outraged India told Pakistan on Thursday that release of Laskhar-e-Tayiba commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, one of the key conspirators of the Mumbai terror attacks, on bail was unacceptable to it and demanded immediate steps for reversal of the decision. In a sharp reaction to the bail granted to 54-year-old United Nations-designated terrorist by a Rawalpindi court, New Delhi told Islamabad that there could be no selective approach to terrorism, emphasising that it should realise that no ...Rediff.com, 4 days ago Bail to LeT commander Lakhvi: India will respond strongly Rediff.com, 4 days ago Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi-Hafiz Saeed combo to hit at Tehrik-e-Taliban One India, 4 days ago 26/11 trial: LeT operations commander Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi gets bail Rediff.com, 4 days ago
Security forces on Saturday busted a Lashker-e-Tayiba module in Sopore in north Kashmir with the arrest of four militants. "Sopore Police and 22 RR (Rashtriya Rifles) busted a LeT module by arresting four of its members. The module was involved in grenade attacks in Sopore," a police spokesman said. He said the arrested militants were identified as Tawseef Ahmad Dar, Majid Gulzar, Tawseef Ahmad Dar and Nameez Ahmad Yatoo, all residents of Nowpora area in Sopore. Two hand grenades were recovered ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The recent breach of ceasefire by Pakistan was aimed at infiltrating Lashkar-e-Tayiba cadres into Jammu and Kashmir ahead of the polls and to bring Kashmir issue back into limelight, as the neighbouring country was feeling isolated with the growing clout of India in the international forum, according to security experts. A Pakistani paramilitary soldier keeping guard inside a bunker at the Pakistani border town of Dhamala Hakimwala near Sialkot. Photograph: Reuters "Here's my sense... this is ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Army troops on Saturday busted a hideout of Lashkar-e-Tayiba in Jammu and Kashmir's Doda district and recovered a cache of army, ammunition and explosive material. Acting on a tip off, a joint operation was launched by local Rashtriya Rifle unit and state police in Sukhni Nala area, a Defence Spokesman said. The hideout was busted and war like stores including one 9mm Chinese pistol, two magazine, two AK -47 magazines, 7 rounds 9mm ammunition, 15 rounds 7.65mm LMG rounds, 256 rounds 7.62 mm AK, ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
A UN Security Council panel has issued a "revised" letter removing the term 'sahib' from the name of Mumbai terror attack mastermind and JuD chief Hafiz Saeed, saying it regrets the mistake after India objected to the use of the salutation.The chair of the Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee issued a revised letter yesterday in which it has 'regretted the mistake' in the previous letter dated December 17.The committee's chair is Gary Quinlan, who is the Permanent Representative of Australia to the UN.Rediff.com, 5 hours ago
India is likely to seek a clarification from the UN over a reference to 26/11 Mumbai terror attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed as 'sahib' in an official document.Gary Quinlan, the chair of the UN Security Council Committee, on December 17 referred to Saeed as "Hafiz Mohammad Sahib" in a communique.The communique was on the activities of banned terror organisation Lashkar-e-Tayiba founded by Saeed, pursuing earlier UN resolutions the al Qaeda and individuals and entities associated with it.The UN ...Rediff.com, 17 hours ago India to seek clarification from UN on 'sahib' reference to Hafiz Saeed Rediff.com, 1 day ago Hafiz Saeed's charity in Gaza- Is he attempting global jihad now? Oneindia, 1 week ago Hafiz Saeed raises Kashmir war cry in Pak govt-backed forum Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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 ...Rediff.com, 15 hours ago
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