Peshawar mosque attack indicates breakdown of law and order in Pak: BJP

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday said that the latest terror strike in Pakistan is an indicator of the complete breakdown of law and order in the Islamic Republic.

Pak security forces arrest over 1,800 suspected militants

Pakistan authorities have arrested more than 1,800 suspected extremists as crackdown on militants intensified in the wake of the Peshawar school massacre that left 150 people dead, officials said on Friday.

Major infiltration bid foiled along Indo-Pak border

A major infiltration bid by Pakistan-based terrorists to strike ahead of US President Barack Obama's visit has been foiled by the BSF along the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir.

Three Tehrik-i-Taliban terrorists arrested in Pakistan

Three Taliban terrorists planning to carry out major terror attacks were on Friday arrested after security forces besieged a house in Pakistan's restive northwest Khyber Pakthunkhwa province.

Peshawar school attack: Will Pakistan change now?

December 16 will surely go down in the history of Pakistan as one of its bloodiest and blackest days.

Peshawar attack: Eyewitnesses recount TTP's horrific attack on school children

Eyewitnesses recount Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan's horrific attack on school children in Peshawar's Army public school.

Islamic extremists do not favour children, says counter-terrorism expert

Counter-terrorism expert Ajay Sahni on Tuesday said that while carrying out attacks, Islamic extremists do not distinguish between children and adults, adding that incidents of terror are on the rise in Pakistan.

After Wagah blast, Pakistan Taliban faction threatens to target PM Modi
After Wagah blast, Pakistan Taliban faction threatens to target PM Modi

After claiming responsibility for the suicide bombing at the Wagah border in Pakistan that killed at least 60 people and left over 110 injured, the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban, has directly threatened Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Pakistani Taliban leaders vow to support Islamic State militants: Report
Pakistani Taliban leaders vow to support Islamic State militants: Report

In a move that can cause a rift within the militant circles, six senior members of the Pakistani Taliban, including prominent regional leaders vowed to support the Islamic State (IS) militants and its head Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a media report said on Tuesday.

Taliban kill two Pakistan army officers

At least five people including two military officers were killed in a suicide attack in Pakistan Wednesday, the army said. Banned militant outfit Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) claimed responsibility for the attack.

Taliban not ready for peace talks in Waziristan

The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is not willing to hold peace talks with the Pakistan government in the North Waziristan area, said Mohammad Ibrahim Khan, a member of the Taliban negotiating committee.

Pakistani Taliban hint at continuing peace talks

Maulana Samiul Haq, chief of the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan`s (TTP) three-member peace talks committee, Wednesday contacted the TTP `shura` (assembly) to convey some requests on behalf of the committee.

Pakistan govt says Islamabad `extremely dangerous`: Report

Pakistan`s capital has been declared as "extremely dangerous" by the Interior Ministry due to the presence of sleeper cells of banned terror groups like the al Qaeda, a report said on Wednesday.

Three PAF staff chargesheeted for laxity in duty

Three Pakistan Air Force personnel have been chargesheeted in connection with a major terror attack on a key airbase in Punjab province.

Punjabi Taliban threatens `revenge` against Nawaz govt if it executes prisoners

The outlawed Punjabi Taliban, which is a subsidiary of TTP, has warned the PML-N government to prepare itself for a war-like situation if it executes the convicts serving jail terms and on death row in the country.

Another bomb hits Shia religious procession in Pakistan, 6 killed

At least six persons were killed and nearly 90 others injured on Sunday when Pakistani Taliban targeted a Shia procession with a bomb at Dera Ismail Khan in the restive northwest, on Ashura, the holiest day for the minority community.

Pak to give embassy job to Malala`s father in UK

Malala Yousufzai was shot in the head by the Pakistani Taliban and eventually flown to Britain for treatment.

‘Pak must punish military insiders supporting Taliban`

An editorial in a Pakistani daily has said officers in the lower ranks of the military, who may be feeding information to the TTP, should be severely punished.

Pak deploys force at nuke facility following terror threat

Pakistani authorities have deployed large contingents of soldiers and policemen at a nuclear facility in Dera Ghazi Khan.

`Pakistan fighting America, not Taliban`

It is clear that Pakistan sees America as its enemy, not the Taliban whom everybody now believes to be the dominant factor in Karachi.