Pakistan's zero tolerance policy against terrorism is questionable given its reluctance to take action against Lashkar-e-Taiba and the perpetrators of the Mumbai terrorist attack, a US expert has said
With Pakistan lifting the moratorium on the death sentences, 17 of the 55 convicted terrorists whose mercy petitions have been dismissed are set to be executed in the next few days
DG Asim Bajwa stated in a press briefing that the terrorists who attacked a school in Peshawar, had ‘no intention’ of taking hostages and wanted ‘to kill as many as possible’
The brutal attack on a Peshawar school killing more than 141 students reinforces the fact that Pakistan must continue to clear terrorists from its safe havens, top American lawmakers have said as they joined hands across the aisle in condemning this barbaric attack
Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally, a multi-tier security has been put in place in Udhampur in view of the terrorist attack that left ten people, including three civilians, dead
Most of the American military aid to Islamabad for counterinsurgency has gone into buying equipment to fight India, a former US diplomat has told lawmakers as he described Pakistan as a country which is "on the edge in many ways of being a failed state"
Pakistan confirmed on Wednesday it had agreed to play six full series of cricket against India with official backing, the first since the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks suspended play between the teams
Uttar Pradesh ATS arrested two suspected terrorists late Wednesday near the railway station in Gorakhpur city. Both suspects are said to be Pakistani nationals
Mumbai Police was on the hunt for Zia Ur Rehman alias Waqas, who is wanted for his role in the 13/7 serial blasts in the city
India today said it was incumbent on Pakistan to present the evidence in 26/11 terror attacks as the planning, training of the terrorists responsible for the strikes and also the financing was done in that country
Jamaat-ud-Dawa, the parent body of banned terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba that carried out the 2008 Mumbai attacks, has received over Rs 61 million from Pakistan's Punjab province government headed by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's PML-N party.
In a bid to thwart any terrorist plans of sabotaging the polling process today, nearly 600,000 security personnel will man the streets across Pakistan today
A Turkish woman was sentenced to five years in jail by a US court on charges of sending money to a terrorist outfit in Pakistan for attacks against American military personnel.
India today welcomed presenting of evidence in a Pakistani court conducting trial of seven accused in 26/11 Mumbai attack case but said it will get a sense of relief and satisfaction only when they are convicted.
ISI planning to send 50 men to destroy crucial undersea oil pipelines around Maharashtra, Gujarat and Goa, warns IB; Navy, Coast Guard, police in 3 states on alert
Five separatist militants, all from Pakistan, were killed in a gunfight with security forces in north Kashmir's Ganderbal district Monday, police said
Dr Shakil Afridi, who helped the CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) in locating al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, has claimed that ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) funds militants in the country.
A terrorist wanted for alleged involvement in the 2009 attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team was killed in a shootout with police in Pakistan's Punjab province, officials said today
A Pakistan court said that findings of a commission that visited India in connection with the 2008 Mumbai attacks were illegal.
Pakistan today remained non-committal on whether it would act on information shared by India on LeT terrorist Abu Jundal, days after New Delhi pushed it to take swift action against the perpetrators of Mumbai attacks.