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20th anniversary of 2001 Parliament attack: President Kovind, PM Modi pay tribute to people who lost lives
President Kovind also recalled the sacrifices made by brave security personnel stating that the nation would always be grateful to them for protecting the Parliament of the world's largest democracy from terrorists
Narendra Modi pays tributes to victims of 2001 Parliament attack, says India will never forget 'cowardly attack'
Union home minister Amit Shah and defence minister Rajnath Singh also paid tributes at a brief ceremony held outside the Parliament building
Pakistan never seriously cracked down on militant groups that attack India: The New York Times
The paper said the relative calm after last week's confrontation between the two nations is not a solution.
'Fear God': JeM chief Masood Azhar releases audio clip warning Pakistan after 'crackdown' on terror groups
Large parts of Azhar’s speech, peppered with anecdotes and personal stories, are devoted to mocking India and chiding Pakistan’s politicians for cracking down on the Jaish.
Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar's writings put paid to Pakistan's claims of ban on terror groups
Now, in the wake of India’s airstrikes on the JeM’s complex in Balakot, Islamabad has once again vowed to dismantle the cleric’s empire of hate: but the odds are low that the 5 March crackdown will play out any differently from the past.
Maulana Masood Azhar is 'alive', reports Pakistani media amid speculation of JeM chief's death
The Indian officials said they had no information other than that Masood Azhar was undergoing treatment at an army hospital after suffering renal failure.
Parliament attack anniversary: Narendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi attend event, avoid to exchange pleasantries
Modi was seen exchanging greetings with his predecessor and Congress leader Manmohan Singh.
2001 Indian Parliament attack anniversary: Afzal Guru remains enigma as nation pays homage to security personnel who died fighting
The attack on the Parliament building in New Delhi took place 16 years ago on 13 December, 2001, when five heavily armed gunmen stormed the compound and opened fire, killing nine people.
India-Pakistan relations: New Delhi signals strategic shift across LoC, but escalating costs won't deter Rawalpindi
The Kashmir dispute, four resulting wars, cross-border terrorism, and the threat of nuclear escalation have continued to define India-Pakistan relations.
Rajnath Singh says security agencies' personnel should be trained to tackle threats of cyber attacks
Security agencies' personnel should be trained in tackling the emerging "fourth dimension" of threats of cyber attacks, home minister Rajnath Singh said.
Pervez Musharraf mulled using nukes against India after 2001 Parliament attack
Pakistan's former military dictator General Pervez Musharraf says he mulled the use of nuclear weapons against India amid tensions following the 2001 terror attack on the Indian Parliament, but decided against doing so out of fear of retaliation, according to a media report.
2001 Parliament attack: Narendra Modi, Manmohan Singh pay homage to martyrs
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vice President Hamid Ansari and other parliamentarians on Tuesday paid tributes to the martyrs of the 2001 Parliament attack.
Parliament attack: Terrorists' grave diggers acquitted due to lack of evidence
Prosecution said when police reached the spot on 13 January, 2002, they caught Raghu and Vijay along with spade and stick as they were trying to dig out the corpses of the terrorists for exposing them to vultures. Both the accused had denied the allegations against them.
Govt will soon bring anti-trafficking legislation into Parliament, says Maneka Gandhi
Union minister Maneka Gandhi on Monday said the government will soon bring an anti-trafficking legislation for the rescue and reintegration of trafficked persons, besides making distinction between trafficked and traffickers.
Uri response: India must act now while US is willing to cut 'unworthy ally' Pakistan loose
Washington now knows that it has been played by Islamabad, it's false ally in the war on terror.
Accusations against Gilani are serious, seditious: Delhi police
Allegations against ex-Delhi University (DU) lecturer SAR Gilani are grievous and whatever he has said is against the country, the police told a court
Why did it take P Chidambaram 15 long years to have a sudden epiphany on Afzal Guru?
It took 15 years and a bunch of students creating a ruckus for Chidambaram to have this epiphany and wake up to a whole new ball of wool
Don't blame training: Pathankot attack calls for overhaul of anti-terror response
A huge lesson that has emerged from the chaotic responses to the attack in Pathankot over the past few days is that India has not developed the right mechanisms to face the terror tactics that constitute contemporary warfare
Watch: Nepal Parliament evacuated after 7.4 magnitude earthquake
Nepal Parliament evacuated after 7.4 magnitude earthquake. The Nepal Parliament was under way when the earthquake hit and was immediately evacuated.
Oops, he did it again! Shashi Tharoor says Afzal Guru's hanging was wrong, Cong red-faced
While separatists call for strike in Kashmir protesting against Mohammad Afzal Guru's hanging in 2013, Shashi Tharoor tweeted saying Guru's hanging was "wrong and badly handled."