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Ex-Taliban leader among Pak names in Delhi terror plot

HT has learnt that the police attached the two men’s confession report in which they allegedly claim to have been radicalised by the former Taliban commander.
The charge sheet also has photos of Jahangir Khan Marri, who headed the training camp in Pakistan, and Hamza, a major in the Pakistan Army. (Picture for representation only)
The charge sheet also has photos of Jahangir Khan Marri, who headed the training camp in Pakistan, and Hamza, a major in the Pakistan Army. (Picture for representation only)
Updated on Apr 21, 2022 05:21 AM IST
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MHA lists 7 Pak-based terrorists under UAPA

With Pakistan already facing an economic crisis, partly due to its designation in the FATF grey list, the UAPA list will convince the FATF plenary meeting in Paris this June that the country continues to be the hotbed of cross-border terrorism, one of people familiar with the matter said.
A total of 38 Pakistan-based terrorists have been banned under UAPA by the home ministry (REPRESENTATIONAL PHOTO)
A total of 38 Pakistan-based terrorists have been banned under UAPA by the home ministry (REPRESENTATIONAL PHOTO)
Updated on Apr 21, 2022 12:07 AM IST
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By, New Delhi

Cop killed, four injured in Valley terror attack

A police spokesman said the deceased police personnel Zubair Ahmad was a Special Police Officer (SPO) and driver of the police vehicle.
The terrorists attacked the joint team of police and the Border Security Force (BSF) near Nishat Park in Bandipora. (ANI)
The terrorists attacked the joint team of police and the Border Security Force (BSF) near Nishat Park in Bandipora. (ANI)
Updated on Feb 12, 2022 01:07 AM IST
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By, Srinagar

3 terrorists, including 1 JeM operative, gunned down in Srinagar encounter

With this encounter, as many as nine terrorists have been killed in three separate encounters during the past 24 hours.
Soldiers guard a checkpoint at Srinagar in Kashmir on Thursday. (AP)
Soldiers guard a checkpoint at Srinagar in Kashmir on Thursday. (AP)
Published on Dec 31, 2021 08:27 AM IST
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Written by Joydeep Bose | Edited by Meenakshi Ray

Onus on Pakistan for normal neighbourly ties, says India

India said it expects Pakistan to ensure the safety and security of the Indian high commission in Islamabad and its personnel following a “staged protest” outside the mission over the recent death of 11 Pakistani Hindus in Rajasthan.
The Indian government is committed to friendly and mutually beneficial relations with neighbours, said spokesperson of the ministry of external affairs. (AFP photo)
The Indian government is committed to friendly and mutually beneficial relations with neighbours, said spokesperson of the ministry of external affairs. (AFP photo)
Updated on Oct 01, 2020 08:46 PM IST
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