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Here are today’s big news of the country:

-Gujarat: ‘Patel Rally’ gets violent where Ahmedabad, Surat and many areas got affected. Curfew in Mehsana’s Kalol.
53 CRPF units sent from Delhi.

Lakhvi's release unfortunate, disappointing: Rajnath Singh

Voicing concern over the release of top Lashkar leader Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said India wants talks with Pakistan but the release of the Mumbai attack mastermind is an "unfortunate and disappointing" development.

India hopeful of getting voice samples of 26/11 handlers

Government today said it was hopeful of getting voice samples of Pakistan-based handlers of 26/11 Mumbai attackers and speedy trial of the 7 prime accused including LeT commander Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi.

Lashkar module busted in Poonch

Four members of a Lashkar-e-Toiba module have been arrested in Jammu and Kashmir`s border district of Poonch and ammunition and Pakistani SIM cards seized from them, police said Sunday, terming it a "big success".

LeT reviving its women`s cadre in J&K: Govt

The govt Wednesday said there
have been some unconfirmed reports that the banned Lashkar-e-Taiba is reviving its women`s cadre and planning to use it in J&K.

Two Lashkar ultras arrested

Two militants belonging to
Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) outfit have been arrested.

LeT men attended Maoist meet: Chhattisgarh police chief

Two operatives of LeT attended a meeting of Maoists near Bastar, as per unverified reports.

LeT trying to revive terrorism in Punjab

The Intelligence Bureau today
warned that "inimical agencies" from "international bases"
were trying to revive Sikh militancy in Punjab by forging an
alliance between Sikh militant groups and Lashkar-e-Taiba.

In Pakistan, Lashkar low on list of concerns

Though a large number of people in Pakistan describe terrorism as a major problem, a majority of them are far less concerned about India-centric terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) as compared to Taliban and al Qaeda.

Confirm if Ishrat was LeT operative: BJP to govt

The BJP on Tuesday asked the government to confirm whether slain Mumbai student Ishrat Jahan was an operative of the Lashkar-e-Taiba as reportedly revealed by Pakistani-American terrorist David Headley to the NIA.

PM takes stock of Kashmir situation, PC says LeT fomenting trouble

HM revealed that LeT is linked to the violence in Kashmir and that security forces have been asked to exercise restraint.

India, US facing common enemy in Lashkar, al Qaeda: US envoy

Describing LeT, Taliban and Al
Qaeda as "common enemy" of India and the US, American
ambassador Timothy J Roemer on Friday said that the two countries
were working closely at an "unprecedented level" on counter-

Taliban lose control of Marjah but remain strong

In the capital of Afghanistan`s Helmand province, Taliban roam the streets freely. Barely a mile (a kilometer) outside Lashkar Gah, they wield more control than the government, according to residents.

Encounter on with Lashkar `commander` in J&K forest

Security forces are engaged in a
gun battle with militants, including a top Lashkar-e-Toiba
(LeT) `commander` holed up in a forest of Kishtwar district in
Jammu and Kashmir.

Lashkar seeks brand-new charity avatar: The Indian Express

India’s frustration over Pakistan’s lack of action against Hafiz Mohammed Saeed is only growing by the day.

Mumbai attack suspects challenge Pakistan indictment

Seven Pakistanis suspected of involvement in last year`s attacks on Mumbai raised legal objections against their indictment on terrorism charges on Saturday, a defence lawyer said.

J&K Police to seek custody of LeT operative Nazir

The J&K Police will soon send a team to Bangalore to seek custody of Tadiyantavide Nazir, alleged mastermind of Indian Mujahideen terror outfit.

Delhi court acquits two LeT suspects

A Delhi court on Friday acquitted two
men of the charges of being members of a terror organisation
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and possessing explosives for carrying
out terror activities in the capital three years ago.

India kept informed of terror plot: US official

India has been kept informed about the case of two Pakistan-born Chicago men charged with planning a terrorist attack in India with the help of Pakistan based terror outfit Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), according to a US official.

Indian investigators, FBI to quiz Headley

Indian investigators would join
their FBI counterparts on Monday to question LeT suspect David Headley.