Foreign secretary Sujatha Singh on Sunday said the issue of terrorism was discussed and addressed at some length by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama, during their talks earlier in the day.
Security has been strengthened in Jammu and Kashmir after an alert was sounded by the Intelligence Bureau (IB) warning of a possible attack by Pakistan's ISI and Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militants on Army camps.
The new version era as represented by the ISIS (Islamic State) is expected to become more formidable and India likely to be one of the prime targets, former national security advisor MK Narayanan cautioned on Friday.
India on Friday said Pakistan should "stop treating terror as a state policy" and ensure that all terror groups are considered as "pariah" in its own land if it was serious in its war against terrorism.
All proud Indians have waited long for this to come. Filmmaker Neeraj Pandey's 'Baby' is by no means a little baby in terms of its content and screenplay. This film nips in the bud of our country's perennial problem called 'terrorism'.
Anupam Kher's forthcoming movie on terrorism, "Baby", is releasing Friday, just days before the country celebrates Republic Day and ahead of US President Barack Obama's India visit. The veteran actor says the movie's release couldn't have been better timed.
After impressing audiences and critics with his army officer act in ‘Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty’ in 2014, Bollywood's action star Akshay Kumar is once again broaching the subject of terrorism in his forthcoming film ‘Baby’. He says the intent is to discuss these issues "openly" to spread awareness.
Indonesian investigators probing the deadly AirAsia crash on Monday ruled out any terror or pilot suicide angle in the tragedy after analysing the cockpit voice recorder to determine what caused the plane to plunge into the Java Sea.
There could be a surge in terror strikes this year as the nature of terrorism is changing from small-scale to lone-wolf attacks, a leading Australian expert has warned following last month's siege in Sydney and the recent incidents in Paris and Belgium.
Ahead of President Barack Obama's India visit, the US has asked Pakistan to ensure that there is no cross-border terror incident during the trip and subtly warned of "consequences" if any such attack is traced back to the country.