Pakistan's Premier Nawaz Sharif on Thursday called up his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and expressed his condolences on the loss of lives in various parts of India due to the powerful earthquake that jolted Nepal on Saturday last week.
Amid confusion over the status of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led militant outfit JuD, Pakistan government on Wednesday said it will ensure that all organisations proscribed by the UN are banned in the country.
Despite being listed as a proscribed organization by the United Nations and its chief carrying a 10 million dollar bounty against him, the Jamaat-ud-Dawa is operating "freely" in Pakistan, trying out Islamabad's determination to tackle terrorism, a report said.
Pakistan's move to freeze JuD's bank accounts and impose a travel ban on its chief Hafiz Saeed appears to be 'cosmetic' with an Interior Ministry official saying the outfit has no bank accounts in the country and the 26/11 attack mastermind's passport has already expired.
Pakistan's Supreme Court today asked the government to make public the names of all banned organisations so that people are aware about proscribed groups while giving donations, hours after authorities confirmed banning of Hafiz Saeed-led JuD and other terror outfits.
Mumbai terror attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed is attempting to push militants across the Indian side of the border ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit to attend Republic Day celebrations, reports said on Tuesday.
With intelligence reports suggesting that Pakistan-based terrorists were planning strikes in India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday attacked the neighbouring country for "not mending its ways" despite being given a befitting reply many times.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday held high-level intelligence meeting with senior officials to discuss the internal security of the country after instances of repeated ceasefire violations by Pakistan and the recent Pakistani "terror boat" incident.
A Pakistani court on Tuesday gave a "last opportunity" to the government to come up with a reply on JuD chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed and his deputy Hafiz Abdur Rehman Makki's plea challenging fixing of bounty on their heads by the US.
Mumbai: The Shiv Sena on Friday said that Pakistan should first take to task JuD leader and Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed before vowing to eliminate terrorists from its soil in view of the ghastly massacre of school children in Peshawar.
With logistical support from the government, outlawed Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed on Friday told his supporters that Pakistanis should come forward and help the Kashmiris in getting "freedom" from India.
Mumbai: Terming Pakistan's support for the two-day congregation of the Hafiz Saeed-led JuD in Lahore as a conspiracy to support the terrorists, the Shiv Sena Friday said India will have to make its own plans for capturing the terrorist leader without any outside support.
In a strong reaction to Pakistan providing support to Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led JuD for the terror group's two-day congregation in Lahore, India on Wednesday termed it as a "blatant disregard" of global norms against terrorism.