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Eclipsing horror of Tehrik-e-Taliban
Gulf News

Eclipsing horror of Tehrik-e-Taliban

Jamaat-ul-Ahrar gaining notoriety as it steps up its attacks in response to military operations Pakistani Christians during a vigil for victimsof a deadly suicide bombing claimed by Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, in Lahore, Pakistan, on March 30. ISLAMABAD: ... Gulf News, 1 month ago
Pakistan's Jamaat-ul-Ahrar: A Violent Domestic Threat Modern Tokyo Times, 1 month ago

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Shahbaz's kidnapper among 6 terrorists killed in Sheikhupura

LAHORE: Six Taliban terrorists, including the alleged kidnapper of the son of slain governor of Punjab Salmaan Taseer, have been killed in an encounter with security personnel in Punjab province. Acting on a tip off, a team of Counter Terrorism ...
 The Gulf Today1 month ago

16:41Riot police clash with Imran Khan supporters in Islamabad

Police used batons and tear gas as supporters of Mr Khan's Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf opposition party tried to make their way towards his home in Islamabad for a rally he had called for the previous evening. The violence prompted him to announce ...
 Kerryman1 month ago Imran Khan's impassioned plea month ago Pakistani police, opposition clash in Islamabad  Dominion Post1 month ago Riots in Pakistan as Imran Kham defies demo ban and tells Sharif to quit  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago

Voting for violence

On Sunday, Italy voted No in a referendum on whether or not the country should change its Constitution. The proposed amendment, which was turned down by almost 60% of the voters in a turnout of over 70%, would have reformed the 1948 Constitution, ...
 The Nation Pakistan16 hours ago

Sectarian Conundrum

Samuel P. Huntington in his celebrated theory of the Clash of Civilisations declared in 1996 that the Islamic Civilisation has bloody borders and bloody innards. Sectarianism embodies those bloody innards within the body of Islam. Almost all ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago
Asian Lite

Is Pakistan Goes Democratic Way?

A general hands over baton peacefully and that's unusual for Pakistan… writes Aadil Mir Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with top officers at a defence exhibition As Pakistan prepares for its army chief's exit, the three-year tenure of ...
 Asian Lite1 week ago In Context: Pakistan's New Army Chief Gen Bajwa  Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies1 week ago A general hands over baton peacefully - and that's unusual for Pakistan  ProKerala.com1 week ago Pakistan's democratic opportunity  Brookings Institution1 month ago
India Blooms

The Shadow of Daesh

At least 52 persons were killed and more than hundred were injured when a teenage suicide bomber detonated his explosive vest in the midst of devotees at the shrine of Sufi saint Shah Noorani in the Khuzdar District of Balochistan in the evening of ...
 India Blooms2 weeks ago Pakistan: The Shadow Of Islamic State Analysis  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago
Times of India

Terrorism declining in Pakistan: GTI

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan recorded a substantial decrease in terrorist activities last year, with 45 per cent fewer attacks and 38 per cent fewer deaths reported in the year than in the previous year, according to the report of the Global Terrorism Index ...
 The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Why Pak is reeling from yet another terror attack  Times of India1 month ago There Is No Stopping Huge Militant Attacks In Pakistan, Here's Why  Indiatimes1 month ago Why Pakistan still sees huge militant attacks  Economic Times1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Pakistan bans 2 militant groups, JuD still under observation

Pakistan has banned two militant groups with links to the Islamic State and al-Qaeda for their involvement in several terror attacks, according to the National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NACTA). The website of NACTA showed the was imposed on ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Pakistan bans 2 militant groups  Kashmir Observer2 weeks ago

Difa-e-Pakistan Council: A pack of ISI supported radicals and jihadis

Follow @merinews Pakistan's democratic system has strange ways of functioning. It is based on undemocratic and biased perceptions towards democratic elements and favorable to jihadists and anti-Indian Islamic groups like Difa-e-Pakistan Council ...
 Meri News3 weeks ago Pakistani political parties' support to terrorism  Meri News2 months ago
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