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Designate Pakistan as a state sponsor of terror, demands US Congressman

US Congressman Scott Perry, who is a member of House Foreign Affairs Committee, quoted a statement by US Secretary of State Antony Blinken who had accused Pakistan of harbouring members of Taliban, including the terrorists of Haqqani network
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan(Reuters)
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan(Reuters)
Published on Mar 10, 2022 09:48 AM IST
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Centre defends PMLA provisions in top court

The government said India is legally and morally bound to adopt global best practices and respond to the changing needs of the times.
The petitions challenging PMLA claimed the law is violative of constitutional guarantee of right to liberty and right against self-incrimination under Articles 20 and 21. (HT File)
The petitions challenging PMLA claimed the law is violative of constitutional guarantee of right to liberty and right against self-incrimination under Articles 20 and 21. (HT File)
Updated on Feb 24, 2022 03:17 AM IST
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ByAbraham Thomas, New Delhi

FATF expresses concerns on terrorist financing risk environment in Afghanistan

“The FATF affirms recent UN Security Council Resolutions on the situation in Afghanistan. In particular, UNSCR 2593 (2021) demands that Afghan territory not be used to threaten or attack any country or to shelter or train terrorists, or to plan or to finance terrorist acts,” the FATF said.
Dr Marcus Pleyer addresses the press after the conclusion of FATF's three-day plenary session. (ANI)
Dr Marcus Pleyer addresses the press after the conclusion of FATF's three-day plenary session. (ANI)
Published on Oct 21, 2021 11:03 PM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Pakistan remains on grey list of FATF

  • Pakistan continues to remain on ‘increased monitoring list’. The increased monitoring list is also known as ‘grey list’
Dr Marcus Pleyer addresses the press after the conclusion of FATF's three-day plenary session. (ANI)
Dr Marcus Pleyer addresses the press after the conclusion of FATF's three-day plenary session. (ANI)
Published on Oct 21, 2021 10:12 PM IST
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Written by Shankhyaneel Sarkar | Edited by Poulomi Ghosh, Hindustan Times, New Delhi

Pakistan fails to get out of FATF’s grey list

The decision was announced at the end of the multilateral watchdog’s five-day virtual plenary meeting under the German presidency of Marcus Pleyer.
Experts said FATF’s decision meant that Pakistan is likely to remain in the grey list for at least one more year. In picture - Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan.(Reuters)
Experts said FATF’s decision meant that Pakistan is likely to remain in the grey list for at least one more year. In picture - Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan.(Reuters)
Updated on Jun 26, 2021 12:45 AM IST
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By, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
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