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Bomb Taliban hideouts in Afghanistan, Pakistan army chief asks US

Bomb Taliban hideouts in Afghanistan, Pakistan army chief asks US

Pakistan's powerful army chief General Raheel Sharif has asked the US to target the hideouts of Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan militants and their chief Mullah Fazlullah in Afghanistan.

Pak submits dossier alleging Indian hand in terrorism to UN

The representative accused India of using the "terrorism bogey" for not only staling the bilateral dialogue but also mitigating the overall atmosphere between the two countries.

Pakistani police kills four Taliban terrorists in Punjab province

Pakistani police and counter- terrorism forces on Monday raided a house near here, killing four Taliban militants and seizing a large cache of arms as they claimed to have averted a "major terror attack".

Taliban releases video of SAM-7, says it hit Pakistan Army chopper

 Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan on Sunday released a video of its militants holding a Shoulder Launch Missile, which the militant group claimed to have used in downing a Pakistan military helicopter killing ambassadors of the Philippines and Norway and five others in the PoK.

LeT terrorists set up terror camps near Jammu border

LeT terrorists set up terror camps near Jammu border

In an alarming situation, Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) terrorists have set up terror camps barely three kilometers away from Jammu border and are preparing to launch attacks in India.

'Seven Pakistani soldiers, 80 militants killed during operation against militants'

Seven soldiers and 80 terrorists have been killed during an ongoing operation in Pakistan against militants, a military spokesperson said.

Pakistan says 34 militants killed in "precise" strikes in northwest

Pakistani air strikes on Wednesday killed 34 militants in the lawless northwest of the country, near the mountainous border with Afghanistan, security officials said, but tribal residents put the toll at 20.

See reason, shun violence: School students from India, Pakistan

The year-end barbaric massacre of nearly 140 defenceless, innocent children at an Army-run school in Peshawar by terror outfit Tehrik-e-Taliban has not only failed to deter Pakistani children from their quest of knowledge and education, but has emboldened them enough to ask terrorists to see reason and shun violence.

TTP exposes Pakistan; how should India react?

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has released a new video accusing the Pakistan Army of fooling the 'Mujahideens' by using them for "blood game" and "proxy war" in Jammu and Kashmir in the name of ''so-called freedom". How should India react at this exposure!

TTP exposes Pakistan; how should India react? Part- 2

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has released a new video accusing the Pakistan Army of fooling the 'Mujahideens' by using them for "blood game" and "proxy war" in Jammu and Kashmir in the name of ''so-called freedom". How should India react at this exposure!

After Peshawar massacre, Goa Police tighten security in schools

Goa Police have started a security drive across the state's schools in the wake of the massacre of students in Pakistan's Peshawar city by terrorists on Tuesday.

'Massacre of school children reflects inhuman state of mind'

 The massacre of school children in Peshawar reflects the "inhuman and depraved state of mind" of the Taliban, CPI(M) said on Wednesday.

Indian polls figure in Pak National Security Committee meeting

Pakistan`s ties with India and the ongoing Lok Sabha polls figured on Thursday during a meeting of the country`s top body of civilian and military leadership held to review the internal and external security situation.

Pak to release Taliban prisoners; 2nd round of talks soon

Pakistan government on Saturday decided to release up to 13 non-combatant Taliban prisoners as part of a goodwill gesture with the second round of the peace dialogue expected during the next two to three days.

Taliban says it will not target Musharraf during ceasefire

Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan on Tuesday denied reports that it was planning to target former military ruler Pervez Musharraf.

Pakistan govt, Taliban negotiators to meet on Monday

A meeting of the Pakistan government and Taliban-nominated negotiators will be held on Monday that is likely to be chaired by Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, a cleric considered close to the banned militant group said on Saturday.

Taliban turn down Pak minister`s offer to play cricket match

Pakistan`s Interior Minister on Monday invited the Taliban to play a cricket match in a bid to revive a stalled peace process but the banned militant group rejected the offer within hours.

91 killed in terror attacks in NW Pakistan last month

As many as 91 people died in terrorist attacks in Pakistan`s restive Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and the adjoining tribal belt in January, according to figures collated by a rescue service.

Talks should be under Islamic law: Taliban negotiator

Pakistan`s nascent peace process with the Taliban suffered a blow on Friday when a key negotiator nominated by militants said he would not be part of talks with the government till the imposition of Islamic law is included in the agenda.

Kayani had been unwilling to tackle Taliban: PML-N leader

A leader of the ruling PML-N party has said Pakistan is being put on a "war footing" to counter a surge in terrorism even as he claimed former army chief Gen Ashfaq Parvez Kayani had been "unwilling" to tackle the Taliban.