Pakistan buries Islamist militant leader killed in attack

Hundreds of followers and relatives of Pakistan's most feared Islamist militant leader attended his burial today, a day after he was gunned down in an assault on a police convoy.

Pak police kills dreaded LeJ chief, 13 others

The dreaded leader of Pakistan's banned sectarian outfit Lashkar-i-Jhangvi (LeJ), Malik Ishaq, was killed along with his two sons and 11 top members of the al Qaeda-linked terror group behind several deadly attacks on the minority Shia community, police said on Wednesday.

Pakistan police kill Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik Ishaq
Pakistan police kill Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik Ishaq

Pakistani police killed the head of the banned sectarian group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi on Wednesday as he attempted to escape as he was being moved between prisons, police said.

Pakistan to install tracking chips in feet of 1,600 terror suspects

For the first time in Pakistan, 'tracking chips' will be installed in the feet of 1,600 terror suspects in Punjab province by the end of this month to monitor their movements.

LeJ chief sent to judicial custody just before his release

Set to be released on Thursday, banned militant outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi's chief Malik Ishaq has been remanded to judicial custody in a murder and terrorism case pending against him by a Pakistani court for two weeks.

Pakistan: Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief held for two more weeks in murder case

The leader of a banned Pakistani sectarian militant group who was set to walk free from jail is being held for two more weeks in a murder case, officials said Thursday.

Dreaded terrorist Malik Ishaq released by Pakistan govt
Dreaded terrorist Malik Ishaq released by Pakistan govt

Malik Ishaq, dreaded chief of banned LeJ that has carried out attacks on minority Shias and the mastermind of the assault on the Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009, has been released after three years in jail with the Pakistan government not seeking an extension of his detention.

Extremist leader to be freed as Pakistan mulls new terror steps

 The leader of a banned Pakistani sectarian militant group is set to walk free from jail, officials said Tuesday, even as the government considers "radical changes" to tackle militancy after a Taliban school massacre.

Pak extends detention of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief for 3 more months

The detention of the chief of banned terrorist outfit LeJ Malik Ishaq, who masterminded the attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in 2009, has been extended for further three months by Pakistani authorities citing "big risk" to the law and order situation during the month of Muharram.

US adds Pakistani extremist to `global terrorist list`

The United States has designated Malik Ishaq, the chief of proscribed banned militant group of Pakistan, Lashkar-i-Jhangvi, in its list of most wanted international terrorists.

Pakistan detains Lashkar-e-Jhangvi leader Malik Ishaq

Pakistani authorities have detained the founder and former head of militant group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), Malik Ishaq, at his home in Punjab province.

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi`s Ishaq sent to judicial custody

Malik Ishaq, the chief of the banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, was detained in Saudi Arabia and brought back to Pakistan.

Chief of banned outfit Lashkar-e-Jhangvi arrested in Pakistan

Security sources said that Ishaq had violated his bail by travelling to Saudi Arabia about a week before Eid.

‘LeJ chief involved in bomb attack on Shias’

A Pak judicial review board
ended the house arrest of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik
Ishaq, detained last year for attacks on Shias.

Detention of `mastermind` of attack on Lankan team extended

A Pakistani judicial panel extended by a month the detention of banned Lashkar-e-Jhangvi chief Malik Ishaq, the alleged mastermind of a terrorist
attack on the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore two years ago.

LeJ chief continues to spit venom in Pak

LeJ chief Malik Ishaq, accused of murdering 70 people, most of them Shias, had been involved in highly objectionable activities.

Ishaq`s release: Pak`s Shias ask for strict action

Pakistan`s minority Shia
community on Monday described the release Malik Ishaq, chief of
banned terror group Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, from prison as a "risk
to peace" and sought strict action against those openly
supporting him.