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    Terrorist Acts In Pakistan

  • A terrorist is a terrorist whether bearded or not: Fazl

    SUKKUR: Chief of the Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that a terrorist is a terrorist whether he is bearded or beardless, wears trousers and shirt or a shalwar kameez, or whether he is a parliamentarian or a common man; if one is a terrorist, he should be given severe punishment...

    He said despite the fact that Pakistan had become a big military power and there was relative peace in the country as compared to...

  • With focus on India, Nawaz vows to counter "anti-Pakistan" acts

    ISLAMABAD: During a visit to the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) headquarters in the federal capital on Saturday, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed serious concern over recent statements made by the Indian political leadership, and said that all possible measures will be taken to counter "anti-Pakistan" acts...

    The ongoing successful Intelligence Based Operations (IBOs), the number of terrorist attempts averted recently as well...

  • India-Pakistan: Words that harm, acts that heal

    Accordingly, Sri Modi’s statement fed their manly self-esteem, as it did those of the Bangladeshis who still seek redress of grievances from Pakistan...

    Modi further chose Bangladesh, and the Dacca University, to complain about Pakistan in India, at this stage a subject best left on the agenda of off-the-record bilateral talks...

  • India behind acts of terrorism in Pakistan, says Lt Gen Riaz

    QUETTA: Commander of Southern Command Lt Gen Aamir Riaz on Friday alleged that India had launched an unconventional war against Pakistan and its agencies were involved in acts of terrorism in the country...

    Lt Gen Riaz alleged that some countries, including India, were behind acts of terrorism in Pakistan and said they were trying to create hurdles for development projects in Balochistan...

  • Senate committee discusses steps to check acts of terror

    Mr Malik said this while getting a briefing during a meeting of the committee on the murder of Sardar Soran Singh and steps taken to stop acts of terror in the country...

    He was very committed to the country and had refused to join his family in India and preferred to live in Pakistan...

  • Commanders resolve to block hostile acts

    Apart from reviewing progress of ongoing counter-terrorism operations, the forum was apprised of the activities of hostile intelligence agencies in the country and Pakistan’s response...

    “It was resolved to take all measures to block hostile acts against Pakistan, which can undermine our security and growth,” the ISPR said...

  • Three ‘RAW agents’ get bail in anti-state acts, illicit weapons cases

    Thereafter, the MQM leader along with Siddiqui allegedly came from London to settle the dispute and got him released, the prosecution said, alleging that he sent Aman back to Pakistan with the help of RAW agents...

    The main case was registered under Sections 120-B (punishment of criminal conspiracy), 123-A (condemnation of the creation of state and advocacy of abolition of its sovereignty), 324 (attempted murder), 353 (criminal force...

  • LJ militant killed in ‘encounter’, major acts of terrorism in city averted

    KARACHI: A suspected militant linked with the banned Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, who was planning to carry out major acts of terrorism in the city, was gunned down in an ‘encounter’ with a joint team of police and Intelligence Bureau in Khwaja Ajmer Nagri in the early hours of Thursday...

    “District Central police and Intelligence Bureau carried out a joint operation in Khwaja Ajmer Nagri and killed one terrorist linked with the LJ while his...

  • 32pc decline in losses caused by acts of terror reported

    “Pakistan continues to pay a heavy price both in the economic and security terms due to this situation and a substantial portion of precious national resources both men and material, have been diverted to address the emerging security challenges for the last several years,” the report said...

    Pakistan has lost Rs8702...

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