WAR AGAINST TERROR

  • Pak slams British PM's remarks on terror July 29, 2010

    London: Pakistan on Wednesday reacted strongly against British Prime Minister David Cameron's warning that it should not have links with terror groups. "One would have hoped that the British Prime Minister would have considered Pakistan's enormous role in the war on terror and the sacrifices it has made since 9/11. He...
  • US backs Pak's effort on war against terror July 29, 2010

    Washington: Notwithstanding the concerns, the US has about the continued links that some elements of ISI has with terrorist outfits like the alQaeda and Taliban, the Obama Administration has said that Islamabad in the last one year has made strategic shift in the war against terrorism. "Pakistan has, in our view,...
  • Stop helping terrorists: India tells Pakistan July 27, 2010

    New Delhi: Following the Wikileaks revelations, India has demanded again that Pakistan must stop providing sanctuaries to terror groups on its soil. ...
  • Is Pak ready to confront Islamic extremism? July 7, 2010

    Pakistan authorities have denied media reports that 23 militant organisations including the JuD have been banned. ...
  • India, Pak agree to share intelligence report June 26, 2010

    Islamabad: On a twoday 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...
  • Obama signs military bill; Pak to get $2.3 bn October 29, 2009

    Washington: US President Barack Obama on Thursday signed a $680billion defence budget bill that provides $2.3 billion military assistance to Pakistan with tough condition to make sure that the funds are not squandered or diverted to affect the "balance of power in the region". Obama said the Defence Authorisation Bill for...
  • The film that the CIA does not want you to see May 2, 2008

    Washington: Washington has repeatedly come under fire for its war on terror. Now, a new campaign is on condemning the practice of waterboarding pouring water on prisoners' faces to simulate drowning. Amnesty international call their latest advertisement "the film the CIA doesn't want you to see". ...