Pak Terror

  • Pakistan must cut its militant links: Cameron July 29, 2010

    Bangalore: British Prime Minister said on Wednesday that Pakistan must stop becoming a base for militants and not "promote the export of terror" across the globe. David Cameron's remarks, made during a visit to Pakistan's arch rival India, are likely to give cheer to officials in Delhi, who have long accused...
  • US to ban some Pak terror bodies July 15, 2010

    Washington: The US might designate several Pakistani-based extremist outfits as Foreign Terrorist Organisation (FTO), so that overseas travel and financial restrictions could be imposed on them. The US State Department spokesman PJ Crowley said on Wednesday that toping the list would be Pakistani Taliban or the Tehrek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) and the...
  • Let's exchange hearts, not dossiers: Pak minister June 28, 2010

    Within 24 hours of Home Minister P Chidambaram's visit to Islamabad, the Pakistani government appears more flexible about India's demand to act against the real 26/11 masterminds, including Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed. The turning point, it seems, was the details of the interrogation of Lashkar terrorist David Headley. CNN-IBN Deputy...
  • India, Pak agree to share intelligence report June 26, 2010

    Islamabad: On a two-day visit to Pakistan to attend the SAARC summit, Indian Home Minister P Chidambaram held crucial meetings with his Pakistani counterpart Rehman Malik and Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi here. Coming out of denial, Pakistan said Saturday that it will act against the Taliban and terror groups based...
  • Lahore whodunnit: Many questions, few answers March 6, 2009

    Guns, CCTV footage, forensic evidence, more than 50 arrested - still, the perpetrators of the daring Lahore attack on the Sri Lankan team continue to be at large three days later. Why was the team not provided the 'Presidential' security that was promised? Which terror outfit executed the attack -...
  • Sri Lanka players arrive home after Lahore attack March 4, 2009

    Colombo: Sri Lanka's cricketers were reunited with their families after returning home early on Wednesday following an attack by gunmen in Lahore. The players were welcomed home to Bandaranaike International Airport by friends and families, cricket officials, sports minister Gamini Lokuge and a large media contingent. Around a dozen...