An encounter broke out between security forces and militants in the Aripal area of Tral in south Kashmir's Pulwama district on Saturday.
France accuses Iran over foiled bomb plot near Paris on 30 June; Tehran rejects complaint, says 'doors open for discussion'
Iran immediately denied any involvement, as it did in July when the MEK accused it of being responsible.
SCO joint military exercise concludes in Russia; India, Pakistan participate for first time in anti-terror drills
In the joint multinational exercise which began on 24 August, the SCO nations conducted training focused on combating terrorism.
India had made a formal extradition request for Naik, who left the country in 2016, to be returned to the country after accusing him of inciting youngsters to commit terror activities through his hate speeches
Zakir Naik claims he never promoted terror; says media resorted to 'doctored video clips, out-of-context quotations'
In a statement, Zakir Naik, who has taken shelter in Malaysia to evade arrest in India, claimed that the media had "resorted to doctored video clips, out-of-context quotations and a host of dishonest schemes to accuse me of terrorism, hate speech and even money-laundering."
Uttar Pradesh’s Organised Crime Control Bill gives Yogi Adityanath government a tool for state terror and police excess
The Uttar Pradesh Control of Organised Crime Bill proposed by Yogi Adityanath government contains provisions which flagrantly contravene essential guarantees against the application of criminal law as laid down in the Constitution, and if passed could send the state closer to a reign of lawlessness and terror
Kerala-based Popular Front of India (PFI) may face action, including a ban under an anti-terror law, for its alleged links with subversive activities, a charge denied by the outfit.
The man who stabbed two young women to death in Marseille in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group used seven different identities and had been arrested just days earlier
A man arrested at the Eiffel Tower after brandishing a knife in front of tourists and security forces has told investigators he wanted to kill a soldier, sources close to the case said on Sunday.
The Kashmir Police was waiting for an opportunity when Lashkar would have fewer chances of fleeing with the civilians not being anywhere close. That moment came on Saturday morning.
About 150 militants are waiting near the Line of Control (LoC) in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) to sneak into the Valley, a top army official said on Wednesday with an assertion that the attempts would be foiled.
The last known survivor of the team that carried out last November's Paris attacks refused to talk during questioning today by anti-terror judges, and the session ended abruptly.
French President Francois Hollande today made common cause with India on the issue of fighting terrorism, underlining that the purpose of his visit was to "reinforce and strengthen" the cooperation between the two countries to tackle the menace.
Indian Special Forces of 21 Para conducted a raid into neighbouring Myanmar to attack and destroy two rebel bases.
Kenyan lawmakers have passed the amendments proposed in the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill by two parliamentary committees amid a shouting match.
Are we being sold a pup once again in the Abu Jundal affair? Something doesn't quite add up in this episode.