The list, posted on the website of Punjab Police, includes 34 members of various factions of the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan and 28 members of the LeJ, which claimed responsibility for two recent attacks on Shias in Quetta city that killed nearly 200 people. First Post.com, 2 months ago
Pak issues fresh list of 'most wanted' terrorists - Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Pak issues list of 109 'most wanted' terrorists - Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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A staggering 75,000 security personnel, including 5,000 troops for sensitive polling stations Taliban-dominated restive areas in northwest, were deployed to ensure smooth conduct of the exercise. Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has won ...DNA India, 1 week ago Pak witnesses huge voter turnout despite Taliban threats IBNLive India News, 1 week ago Pakistan goes to polls, 24 killed in violence The Statesman, 1 week ago Pakistan Votes in Historic Polls, 24 Die in Violence Outlook India, 1 week ago
In a letter addressed to militant commanders, the Tehrik-e-Taliban chief Hakimullah Mehsud issued a directive to carry out widespread attacks across the country on 11 May. Reuters In the letter dated 1 May, Mehsud told the commanders: "I will keep ...Firstpost.com, 1 week ago Taliban threaten attack on poll day NDTV, 1 week ago Pakistan Taliban threatens attacks on election day NDTV, 1 week ago Pak Taliban threatens attacks on election day The Statesman, 1 week ago
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ISLAMABAD: On the second death anniversary of Al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden the Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan has reiterated its resolve to intensify efforts for sabotaging the upcoming general elections with a view to uprooting democracy from ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago
This picture shows suspects from the banned group Tehrik-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).—File Photo OVER 40,000 Pakistanis are estimated to have died at the hands of terrorists in the years since 9/11. However, this bloody saga has been over three decades ...DAWN Group, 4 weeks ago
ISLAMABAD: The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan's announcement to temporarily suspend its offer of talks with the government is logical given the fact that the PPP-led coalition government stands dissolved and there is no point in talking to the ...The News International, 2 months ago
Banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan's operational commander and an unidentified foreigner have been arrested by intelligence operatives in the restive Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, according to a media report on Thursday. Taliban commander Qari Basit and the foreigner were nabbed in Kheshgi town of Nowshera district on Wednesday, the Dawn newspaper quoted its sources as saying. They were arrested when security forces and police jointly raided a house in Kheshgi. The two men were taken to an unknown ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago Pakistan seeks Taliban commander from Afghanistan Mathrubhumi, 2 months ago
LAHORE - The Punjab police are yet to trace the whereabouts of the abducted son of former Prime Minister, Yousaf Raza Gilani, as the investigators are still groping in the dark with no clue and no lead, police sources revealed on Tuesday. A top ...The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago Former Pak PM's son kidnapped in Multan News Bullet.in, 1 week ago Pak Elections: Former PM Gilani's son kidnapped from rally Oneindia, 1 week ago Former Pak PM Gilani's son abducted from a rally Economic Times, 1 week ago
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