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 <strong>Pakistan</strong> using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

Pakistan using new methods to create unrest in J&K: Army Chief

01 Sep 2015

New Delhi: Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh today accused Pakistan of using 'new methods' for creating unrest in Jammu and Kashmir and said that recent incidents of terrorist violence were clear pointers towards its attempts to extend the arc of violence to other areas.

Pakistan,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Army Chief,   Gen Dalbir Singh,   Terrorist violence,   Latest Nation News,  
Terror threat continues to emanate from <strong>Pakistan</strong>: US

Terror threat continues to emanate from Pakistan: US

01 Sep 2015

Washington: The US has said that the threat from terrorist groups, in particular the Haqqani network, continues to emanate from inside Pakistan, dismissing top Pakistani diplomat's claim that the dreaded group responsible for audacious attacks in Afghanistan has been wiped out.

Pakistan,   US,   terrorist groups,   Afghanistan,   Haqqani network,   Latest World News,  
Mullah Omar was sheltered by ISI, reveals Clinton email

Mullah Omar was sheltered by ISI, reveals Clinton email

01 Sep 2015

Washington: Top Taliban leader Mullah Omar was sheltered by Pakistan's powerful spy agency ISI after the outfit's leadership fled from Afghanistan in 2001, according to an email received by former secretary of state Hillary Clinton during her tenure.

Mullah Omar,   Clinton,   Clinton email,   ISI,   Pakistan,   Afganistan,   Quetta,   latest world news,  
Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuclear sites: CIA

Indira Gandhi considered military strike on Pakistan's nuclear sites: CIA

01 Sep 2015

Washington: Returning to power in 1980, the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi had considered a military strike on Pakistan's nuclear installations to prevent it from acquiring weapons capabilities, a declassified CIA document has claimed.

Indira Gandhi,   Military strike,   Pakistan nuclear,   fighter jets F-16,   CIA,   India,   Us,   Covert operations ,  
Authorities hunting for Thai woman after <strong>bomb</strong>-making materials recovered from apartment

Authorities hunting for Thai woman after bomb-making materials recovered from apartment

31 Aug 2015

Bangkok: Authorities are hunting for a Thai woman after bomb-making materials were found in her rented apartment in Bangkok's Min Buri district, a media report said today.

Thai woman,   bomb making materials,   Bangkok blast,   Erawan Shrine,   Latest World News,  
Thai army chief says Bangkok <strong>bomb</strong> suspect uncooperative

Thai army chief says Bangkok bomb suspect uncooperative

30 Aug 2015

Bangkok: Thailand's army chief today said the man arrested in connection with last week's deadly Bangkok bomb blast was not cooperating, as police announced he was part of a people-smuggling gang.

Thailand army chief,   Bangkok bomb blast,   Udomdej Sitabutr,   Latest News ,  
US bluntly tells <strong>Pakistan</strong> to act on terror safe havens

US bluntly tells Pakistan to act on terror safe havens

31 Aug 2015

Washington/Islamabad: In a blunt message, the US has asked Pakistan to intensify efforts to counter terrorist sanctuaries inside its borders and take concrete steps against the dreaded Haqqani network responsible for major attacks on American installations in Afghanistan.

US,   Pakistan,   terrorism,   Susan Rice,   US National Security Advisor,   Nawaz Sharif,   Pakistan PM,   Latest World News,  
BJP dubs <strong>Pakistan</strong> Minister's anti-India statement 'provocative'

BJP dubs Pakistan Minister's anti-India statement 'provocative'

31 Aug 2015

New Delhi: BJP Member of Parliament (MP) and former Mumbai Police Commissioner Satyapal Singh today said Pakistan Defence Minister Khwaja Mohammad Asif's anti-India statement was 'provocative' and not expected from a leader of his seniority.

BJP,   Satyapal Singh,   Khwaja Mohammad Asif,   Pak Minister anti India statement,   Pakistan Defence Minister,   latest India news ,  
Akram gets unconditional apology from road rage perpetrator

Akram gets unconditional apology from road rage perpetrator

31 Aug 2015

Karachi: Pakistan's former cricket captain Wasim Akram has received an unconditional apology from the retired military man who fired on his car during a road rage incident in Karachi earlier this month.

Wasim Akram,   Pakistan former cricketer,   Akram road rage incident,   Major (retd) Amirul Rehman,   Latest News,  
<strong>Pakistan</strong> bans Islamic State militant group

Pakistan bans Islamic State militant group

29 Aug 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan has banned the Islamic State (IS) militant group that has overrun vast stretches of Iraq and Syria after repeatedly denying the dreaded outfit's presence within its territory.

Pakistan,   Pakistan bans IS,   Islamic State militant group,   IS militant group,   Syria,   Iraq,   Daesh,   latest world news,  

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