Persecuted Pakistani Muslim minority seek refuge in China

Fleeing discrimination and violence, members of a Muslim sect have abandoned their homes in Pakistan to find an unlikely refuge in China.

De Kock sets record with third century in row during abandoned ODI against India

Quinton de Kock hit his third century in a row in the third and final One-Day international against India on Wednesday.

Pak court adjourns Saeed`s petition to defend him in US court

Saeed contended he had the right to seek aid from the
government as it had decided to defend Inter-Services
Intelligence officials named in the lawsuit.

Saeed makes public appearance in Islamabad after over 2 years

JuD chief made his first public appearance in the Pakistani
capital in over two years at a meeting of leaders of key
religious parties and hardliners opposed to changes in the
country`s controversial blasphemy law.

BJP accuses Pak govt of not making strong case against Saeed

Describing JuD Chief Hafiz Saeed
as the ISI`s "errand boy", main opposition BJP today accused
the Pakistan government of not building a strong case against
the Mumbai terror attack accused.

India`s evidence against Saeed not admissible under law: Pak

Pakistan has contended that the Indian evidence against LeT founder Hafiz Saeed of his involvement in Mumbai terror attack is not admissible under their laws for prosecution.

Police foil seminar where Saeed, Azhar would have been on phone

Jammu and Kashmir Police on Wednesday
foiled an attempt by a Kashmiri separatist leader to organize
a seminar which was to be addressed by LeT founder and Mumbai
terror attack mastermind Hafeez Saeed.

India wants action against Saeed: Govt

With Pak refusing to arrest
or hand over JuD chief and 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Mohd Saeed, India said that country should consider action against him so that they can deal with perpetrators of Mumbai attack in a "proper manner".

`Action against Saeed only after new evidence`

Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that India should respect Pakistani courts, adding that Islamabad would not take notes from any country including New Delhi.

India says will take up Saeed case with Pak

Disappointed at Lahore High
Court`s decision to scrap terror cases against Jamaat-ud Dawa
chief Hafiz Saeed, India today said it would take up the issue
with Pakistan.

India asks Pak to ‘fully bake’ evidence against Saeed

"If it is half-baked, they
(Pakistan) are welcome to bake it fully," Home Minister P
Chidambaram said when asked about Pakistan`s dilly-dallying
tactics on its probe in the Mumbai terror attack.

Pak wants ‘legally tenable’ proof against Saeed: Qureshi

Pakistan does not want to take to court a "half-baked" case against JuD chief Hafiz Mohd Saeed, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said.

JuD chief Saeed files petition against `fake` cases

JuD chief Hafiz Md Saeed filed a petition in a Pakistani court Thursday seeking the discharge of two "fake" cases registered against him under the Anti-Terrorism Act.

India can see through Pakistan’s ‘game’: Krishna

Pakistan`s powerful ISI is still
working in "tandem" with the Taliban in Afghanistan to further
complicate efforts to find a political solution to the conflict there, External Affairs Minister S M Krishna has
said.

Pak police awaits instructions on further action on Saeed

Pakistani police Wednesday said they were awaiting instructions from the govt for taking further action against JuD chief
Hafiz Saeed.

‘Saeed has no role in 26/11, don`t push us’

Mahmood Ali Durrani, who was sacked as Pak`s NSA when he acknowledged Ajmal Kasab`s Pak nationality, has insisted that JuD chief Hafiz Saeed had no role in the 26/11 terror strike and asked New Delhi not to "push" Islamabad.

India could have averted 26/11: Pakistan

The Pak govt has said that India could have prevented 26/11, if it had given Islamabad prior intel info.

India disappointed over Pak claim of Indian evidence on Saeed

India on Wednesday expressed
disappointment over Pakistan`s continued claim that it was not being given evidence about involvement of Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed in Mumbai terror attacks.

Indian info on 26/11 not enough to act against Saeed: Pak

Pakistan has said the information provided so far by India on Mumbai attacks was not enough for it to take legal action against Hafiz Saeed.

‘Pak can`t prosecute Saeed for 26/11 sans solid proof’

JuD chief and LeT founder Hafiz Mohd Saeed can’t be prosecuted for involvement in Mumbai terror attacks without "concrete evidence".