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Terrorists attack Pakistan military base, at least 12 killed

Troops recaptured Pakistan's naval air force headquarters on Monday after a 16-hour battle with Taliban gunmen who had stormed the facility in the most brazen attack since the killing of Osama bin Laden.

India removes 142 wanted terrorists from blacklist

In a significant decision, the Central government has removed from its 'blacklist' the names of 142 wanted terrorists and their associates, including the heads of various Sikh extremist groups.

Majority killed in drone strikes killed are terrorists: Pak

Islamabad: Pakistan army has admitted that most of those killed in the CIA-operated drone strikes in northwest Pakistan were ‘hardcore Al Qaeda and Taliban terrorists’ notwithstanding the government's

Afghan Taliban 'godfather' dies

Peshawar, Pakistan: A former Pakistani intelligence officer considered a 'godfather' of the Afghan Taliban but kidnapped by Islamists has died of a heart attack in captivity, a government official sai

US guards for Zardari safety

Islamabad, Jan. 19: The Pakistan President, Mr Asif Ali Zardari, always the key target for the terrorists, is planning to hire security guards from the United States, a Pakistani media report said.

ISI rushes Mullah Omar to hospital

Washington: Pakistan spy agency ISI rushed Afghan Taliban leader, the one-eyed Mullah Omar, to hospital after he suffered a heart attack earlier this month. He was treated at a hospital in Karachi, sa

US alert on thermos on planes

Washington, Dec. 24: The US Homeland Security has issued a terror alert on use of thermos on planes, saying terrorists might conceal explosives inside insulated beverage containers.

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Pak failed to punish 26/11 attackers: PC

Mumbai, Nov. 26: Criticising Pakistan for its lacklustre approach towards investigating the 26/11 attacks, the Union home minister, Mr P. Chidambaram, on Friday said India would need to be extra cauti

Air cargo terror exposes chinks

New York, Nov. 2: It is an essential lubricant of the global economy — the multibillion-dollar air cargo industry, which every day carries millions of express packages of every shape and size around t

Number of armed terrorists along LoC has increased

Jammu: Apprehending an increase in attempts of cross-border infiltration before winter, the Army today said it has received reports indicating the presence of 500 to 600 militants on the other side o

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