We take terrorism emanating from Pakistan very seriously, we too have suffered: US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter

We take terrorism emanating from Pakistan very seriously, we too have suffered: US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter

 US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter said on Tuesday that what United States does with Pakistan is principally directed to counter-terrorism.

PM Modi holds talks with Saudi King to boost strategic ties

PM Modi holds talks with Saudi King to boost strategic ties

Saudi Arabia is India's largest crude oil supplier, accounting for about one-fifth of total imports and both sides were of the view that cooperation in this sector should expand.

Counter-terrorism starting point of PM Narendra Modi's engagements abroad

 Counter-terrorism cooperation in the wake of the March 22 terror attacks in Brussels will be the starting point of Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s engagements abroad as he departs on Tuesday night to visit Belgium, the US and Saudi Arabia.

Pakistan detains 6 women involved in arranging wives, funds for IS

The police said the suspicious activities of the network came to light when they detained the wives of two wealthy men who facilitated the killing of 45 Shia Muslims in a passenger bus in May.

Cameron ups pressure on MPs for Syria strikes vote

Cameron ups pressure on MPs for Syria strikes vote

Cameron earlier on Monday visited Paris, where he met President Francois Hollande and paid tribute outside the Bataclan concert venue, where 90 people were killed.

Suspect sought in Sweden for 'planning terrorist act': Police

Swedish police were hunting for a man wanted for "planning a terrorist act", security services said, with the country on high alert following the deadly terror assault in Paris last week.

Australian PM to meet US Prez in first official bilateral talk

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and US President Barack Obama are expected to hold their first official bilateral talks.

India, Indonesia sign two MoUs, to expand defence cooperation

Vice President Hamid Ansari said that ways to increase bilateral trade as well to encourage investments in each other's country were also discussed.

China and India hold joint military exercise

India and China began their joint "Hand-in-Hand" army exercise with focus on counter-insurgency and counter-terrorism tactics.

India wants UAE as top partner in trade, counter-terrorism: PM Modi

India wants UAE as top partner in trade, counter-terrorism: PM Modi

Ahead of his talks with the Emirati leadership, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said the Gulf region is vital for India's economic, energy and security interests and he wants to see the UAE as the foremost partner in trade and countering terrorism.

Obama holds talks on security, human rights in Ethiopia

President Barack Obama is holding talks with Ethiopia's leaders on counter-terrorism, human rights and regional security issues.

Check out: First look of Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif in ‘Phantom’

Check out: First look of Saif Ali Khan, Katrina Kaif in ‘Phantom’

The first look of each of Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif in ‘Phantom’ are out. Filmmaker Kabir Khan posted them on his Twitter account Thursday night.

Counter-terror cop survives Taliban attack in Pakistan

Pakistani police on Saturday foiled an attack on a senior counter-terrorism official and killed four militants in the southern port city of Karachi, police said.

Anti-terror arrests hit record high in UK

Terror-related arrests in Britain hit record high levels last year with an arrest almost every day, Scotland Yard's top counter-terrorism officer said on Thursday.

China says US backs its campaign to hunt down "economic fugitives"

The United States has promised support for China`s campaign to hunt corrupt officials fleeing abroad, the official Xinhua news agency reported late Friday, after meetings between security officials from the world`s two largest economies.

Gujarat Assembly passes controversial anti-terror bill, empowers authorities to intercept phone calls

Gujarat Assembly passes controversial anti-terror bill, empowers authorities to intercept phone calls

After failing to get Presidential assent for its anti-terror bill thrice, the Gujarat Assembly on Tuesday passed by majority vote the controversial Gujarat Control of Terrorism and Organised Crime (GCTOC) Bill in a new form.

Ajmal Kasab never asked for biryani: Ujjwal Nikam

Ajmal Kasab never asked for biryani: Ujjwal Nikam

26/11 Mumbai terror attack accused Ajmal Kasab's demand for Mutton Biryani in jail was just a myth and was "concocted" to stop an "emotional wave" which was being created in favour of the militant, claimed Ujjwal Nikam, public prosecutor in the case.

Important for society to be involved in counter-terrorism fight: Security analyst

Security analyst Shaurya Doval on Thursday said counter terrorism is not just the exclusive domain of the state and added that it was important for a society to be involved in this fight.

Turkey detains ex-police chief over Armenian journalist murder

Turkish authorities on Thursday detained a former head of national police intelligence on accusations of negligence over the 2007 murder of an ethnic Armenian journalist that shocked the country.

India, Bahrain to sign pact on internal security

India and Bahrain will soon sign an agreement on internal security and launch talks on defence pact amid keenness of the two countries to enhance ties in various areas, including counter-terrorism.