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Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan claims responsibility of Sikh legislator Soran Singh's killing

The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in a statement on Saturday claimed the responsibility for "successfully" targeting Sikh politician Sardar Sooran Singh.

13 terrorists to die, confirms Pakistani Army chief

Pakistan's army chief General Raheel Sharif on Tuesday confirmed the death sentence for another 13 "hardcore terrorists" who were involved in heinous offences related to terrorism.

Pakistani army chief confirms death sentence of five terrorists

The Pakistani army chief has confirmed death sentences of five hardcore terrorists involved in acts of terrorism and sectarian killings, the military said on Wednesday.

Pakistan launch offensive against militants

 Pakistani troops have launched a ground operation against militants hiding in the mountains of Waziristan tribal region, a media report said on Friday.

Terrorists killed in Pak raid belonged to al Qaeda

 Four terrorists, killed in a raid by Pakistani counter-terrorism commandos, were members of the al Qaeda and were looking to target a political personality and an office of an intelligence agency, officials said on Tuesday.

29 militants killed in military operations in Balochistan

 At least 29 militants including those of the dreaded Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan outfit have been killed in military operations in the country's restive Balochistan province during past one month.

Lawyer for Pakistan doctor who helped CIA find bin Laden shot dead

A Pakistani lawyer under death threats for defending a doctor who helped CIA agents hunt al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was shot dead on Tuesday, police said, and two militant groups claimed responsibility.

TTP commander killed in Pakistan

A key commander and financier of the Pakistani Taliban was on Tuesday killed in a joint operation by security forces and police in the country's restive northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

Targeted killings Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan's new terror style?

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan has adopted targeted killing to terrorize people. Peshawar school attack and the recent threats to kill the children of Army personnel and politicians explains it well.

Peshawar gunmen used ''hit list'' to identify young boys of important Army officers

Militants from the Pakistani Taliban, responsible for the Peshawar school bloodbath, reportedly had a hit list of young boys that was used by them to identify and kill sons of important army officers.

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan hostile to India: Govt

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, which was responsible for the killing of 141 people, mostly children in a school in Peshawar, is considered to be hostile to Indian interests and has been maintaining links with al-Qaeda in the Indian sub-continent, Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Pak Taliban seek 2 days to decide venue for meeting with government

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) today asked for two days to decide the location of a meeting between its political council and the government committee.

Pakistan Taliban divided over continuation of ceasefire

The banned Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) seems split on whether or not to extend the ceasefire with one faction claiming that they will launch attacks soon while another saying a formal decision is yet to be made.

Pakistan Taliban agrees to extend ceasefire

The month-long ceasefire announced by the Pakistani Taliban, which ends tomorrow, will be extended as the government and the banned group work towards a solution to end the menace of violence here.

Pak-TTP talks to discuss recovery of Gilani`s son, two others

Pakistan government would seek the release of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani`s abducted son and two others during the second phase of direct peace talks with the Taliban set to resume on Tuesday.

Taliban blame security agencies for killing of commander

The Taliban on Tuesday blamed Pakistani security agencies for the killing of their senior commander Asmatullah Shaheen Bhittani.

PPP irked by minister`s offer to play cricket with Taliban

The main opposition Pakistan People`s Party (PPP) on Tuesday submitted an adjournment motion in the National Assembly over Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan`s invitation to the Taliban to play a cricket match.

Pak govt to target militants; stamp state`s writ at all costs

The Pakistan government on Tuesday decided to continue targeted operations against militants alongside efforts to start a dialogue with the Taliban as part of steps to establish the state`s writ at all costs, according to media reports.

No woman or child ever taken into custody: Pak military

The Pakistani military on Saturday dismissed as baseless the Taliban`s allegations that women and children were in the custody of security forces, describing it as "propaganda" by the banned group.

Pakistani Taliban to announce ceasefire: Reports

The Taliban have decided in principle on a ceasefire that is likely to be announced in the next 24 hours but have demanded the Pakistan Army`s withdrawal from North Waziristan region and release of detained non-combatants, media reports said on Sunday.