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Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Saturday said the terrorists have crossed all limits and don't deserve any leniency, days after a deadly Taliban terror attack in Peshawar killed 148 people, mostly children.

Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain,   Terrorists,   Taliban terror attack,   Peshawar school attack,  
Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

Terrorist don't deserve any concession: Pakistan President

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan President Mamnoon Hussain on Saturday said the terrorists have crossed all limits and don't deserve any leniency, days after a deadly Taliban terror attack in Peshawar killed 148 people, mostly children.

Terrorist,   don't deserve concession,   Pakistan President,   Mamnoon Hussain,   Taliban,   Peshawar school attack,  
Peshawar <strong>school</strong> massacre mastermind warns of more attacks

Peshawar school massacre mastermind warns of more attacks

20 Dec 2014

Islamabad: The terrorist who supervised the Peshawar school massacre has threatened more attacks, if the military and the intelligence agencies do not stop anti-terror operations, media reported on Saturday.

Peshawar school massacre,   Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP),   Darra Adamkhel,   Umar Mansoor,   Taliban,  ,  ,  ,  ,  ,   ,  
Avoid politics in children's welfare: Naveen Patnaik

Avoid politics in children's welfare: Naveen Patnaik

20 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar: Expressing solidarity with the families of those killed in Pakistan's school attack, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday said issues related to children's welfare have to be taken up on a priority, ignoring political differences.

Avoid politics in children's welfare ,  Naveen Patnaik,   ignore political differences,   Peshawar school attack,   sensitisation programme,   Tehreek-i-Taliban,   ,  
Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army <strong>School</strong> in Peshawar

Pakistan cricketers to visit terror-hit Army School in Peshawar

19 Dec 2014

Karachi: Left dismayed by the terror strike in Peshawar which left 132 children dead, Pakistan's cricket team is planning to visit the attacked Army school and pay its tributes.

Terror strike,   Peshawar,   Pakistan cricket team,   Army school,   Shahid Afridi,   Javed Afridi,   ODI series,   New Zealand,  
59 Taliban militants killed by Pakistan forces near Afghan border

59 Taliban militants killed by Pakistan forces near Afghan border

19 Dec 2014

PESHAWAR: The Pakistani army said it has killed 59 militants in clashes in the northwest, including 32 in an ambush in a remote valley near the Afghan border, in intensified fighting since this week's Taliban massacre of children at a school.

Pakistani army,   Militants,   Afghan border,   Taliban massacre,   Peshawar school attack ,  
Amir Khan to donate golden shorts to help Pakistani massacre <strong>school</strong>

Amir Khan to donate golden shorts to help Pakistani massacre school

19 Dec 2014

London: British boxer Amir Khan plans to donate a 30,000 pounds (USD 46,973) pair of shorts to help rebuild the Pakistan army-run school where 141 people were killed by the Taliban.

British boxer Amir Khan,   Pakistan army run school,   Taliban,  
 Pakistan militants denounce <strong>school</strong> attack amid national outrage

Pakistan militants denounce school attack amid national outrage

19 Dec 2014

Islamabad: As entire Pakistan is in grief over the killings of 132 school children by the Taliban, several other militant groups are quick to condemn the carnage.

Pakistan ,   Pakistani Taliban,   Attack in Pakistan,   Peshawar school,   TTP,   Army school in Pakistan,   Nawaz Sharif ,  
<strong>Saudi</strong> clears pact with India for recruitment of maids

Saudi clears pact with India for recruitment of maids

10 Dec 2014

Dubai: Saudi Arabia has approved a key agreement with India aimed at protecting the rights of Indian domestic workers, including maids, in the Kingdom.

Saudi Arabia,   recruitment of maids,   India,   Crown Prince Salman,   Bandar Hajjar,   ,  
Centre issues guidelines to deal with terror attack on schools

Centre issues guidelines to deal with terror attack on schools

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Children and teachers should avoid panic reaction and centralised alarm and Public Address systems must be installed under a set of comprehensive guidelines sent by the government to schools across the country on how to deal with any terror attack.

Children,   Teachers,   Public Address systems,   Government,   Home Ministry,   School security,   Terror attack,  

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