Tehreek-e-Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah, who masterminded the Peshawar school massacre, was believed to be killed after being seriously hit in air strikes in Pakistan's restive Khyber tribal area over the weekend.
Pakistani Taliban chief has ordered militants to hit the leaders of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's ruling party after the government lifted a moratorium on death penalty and set up military courts to try terrorists.
Even as the Pakistani Army intensified its anti-terrorism operations in the wake of Tuesday`s Taliban attack on a Peshawar school that left 148 students and teachers dead, unconfirmed reports said that Tehreek-e-Taliban (TTP) chief Mulla Fazalullah was killed in an airstrike inside Afghanistan early Saturday.
Burnt alive by the Pakistani Taliban, one can say that the only fault of the school principal of the Peshawar school, which saw gruesome and horrific bloodbath on Tuesday, may have been that she fell in love with an Army soldier and married him.
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Tuesday condemned the Taliban assault on a Pakistani school that left more than 120 dead and said "inhuman" and "barbaric" words were not enough to describe the perpetrators.
The Jinnah International Airport in Pakistan`s Karachi reopened to passengers Monday afternoon following Sunday night`s terrorist attack in which 28 people were killed and 25 others injured, local officials said.
The head of the Pakistani Taliban on Monday asked the government and military to surrender to "Allah`s writ" and vowed to continue fighting until Islamic law was enforced in the country, as the group faces bloody infighting that hampered the peace talks.