India has cautioned that the UN should not give "political legitimacy" to non-state actors by bypassing national governments, saying the access to non-state armed groups should be through a cooperation framework between the UN and the concerned government.
The General Officer Commanding of Chinar Corps, Lieutenant General Subrata Saha, on Wednesday said that there is a need to take lessons from the recent terror attacks and disclosed that the security forces are on high alert to thwart any infiltration attempt along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir despite the unfavourable weather conditions.
The Centre on Monday said the "positive atmosphere" created among the minorities in the country after the formation of the Narendra Modi government, has "demoralised" terrorist groups and they have not succeeded in misguiding or luring Muslims youth towards nefarious activities.
Jaipur Hailing the Rajasthan government for successfully organising a conference on counter terrorism, BJP spokesperson Shaina NC on Sunday said her party does not differentiate terrorism on the basis of religion and asserted that the Modi government would never compromise with any terrorist.
Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Saturday said that terrorism should be treated as a challenge to human kind and the global community will have to come together to combat terrorism.
Asserting that Pakistan is not ready to mend its ways, Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh on Saturday maintained that Centre was following zero-tolerance towards terrorism and said any decisions of AFSPA cannot be taken on the political considerations.
Describing Pakistan's NWFP area as the "fountainhead" of terror activities in the region, India on Thursday said use of terrorism as state policy with deep roots in military establishment there is a major obstacle for peaceful bilateral ties.
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday said that the world is witnessing an entirely new paradigm of terrorism in the form of Islamic State (IS) but added that the terror outfit has no influence among the Indian youth.
Three British teenagers, deported from Turkey on suspicion that they were trying to travel to Syria to join Islamic State extremists, have been released on bail after being interrogated by Scotland Yard.
Envoys of six leading world powers -- US, Japan, China, Britain, Germany and Canada – on Saturday hailed India's emergence as a major player at the "global high table" and complimented the new government for its efforts to stimulate economic growth.