India rejects Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's comments on Kashmir, says region integral and inalienable part of country
India on Saturday criticised Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's comments on Kashmir and asked him not to interfere in India's internal affairs
Tayyip Erodgan says will oppose Pakistan blacklisting at FATF, Kashmir matter of concern to both New Delhi and Islamabad
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said he would help Pakistan stay off FATF blacklist at a meeting of a global finance watchdog, a move he suggested would counter 'political pressure' from Islamabad’s critics
Hafiz Saeed terror financing case: Five witnesses testify against JuD chief, his aide Zafar Iqbal in Lahore court
Five witnesses testified against Mumbai terror attack mastermind and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed and his close aide Zafar Iqbal on Thursday for their involvement in terror financing before an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan
Pakistan's effort to disprove India's claim of destroying terror launchpads across LoC may fall flat due to its track record in curbing terrorism
Amid international worries over the condition of human rights in various regions of Pakistan, Islamabad on Tuesday attempted to debunk India's claims of having destroyed three terror camps on the Pakistani side across the Line of Control (LoC). Pakistan gave foreign diplomats a tour of the areas India claimed to have targetted, to ascertain whether there was damage done to terrorists or "civillians".
At an event commemorating slain India soldiers, Rajnath Singh warns Pakistan to stop promoting terrorism, says country will ‘break into pieces’ otherwise
Pakistan should stop promoting terrorism, otherwise no one will be able to prevent it from 'breaking into pieces', Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday.
Citizens of several countries including India protest against Pakistan outside UN office in New York; condemn it for sponsoring terror
People from different nationalities held a protest outside the United Nations building in New York on Sunday against Pakistan for sponsoring cross border terrorism in India and Afghanistan.
India, South Korea sign MoU to strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation; seven other pacts inked on infra, defence
The MoU was inked in the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in after the two sides held delegation-level talks.
'Pakistan can seek India's help if it can't handle terrorism alone', says Rajnath Singh; urges neighbour to 'discuss' issue of militancy
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said Pakistan can seek India's help if it cannot handle the fight against terrorism alone.
A sixth man wanted in Britain early on Thursday as part of the probe into the bomb attack on a London Underground train last week, police said.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on Sunday released details of the "strategy for protecting crowded places" to stay one step ahead of the ever-changing threat of global terrorism.
Goa police ruled out the involvement of any mentally challenged person behind the spate of attacks on religious places and symbols in the coastal state.
In the light of rising global terrorism, many European countries made amendments to their existing laws on terrorism in 2016, found a European police report.
Facebook explains how it will fight issues like terrorism via its platform, here's how this will happen
Meanwhile, earlier in June, the European Union had recommended social media websites to share their user content via cloud, much to the annoyance of social media giants like Facebook, since it would threaten the privacy of their users.
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron launched a joint campaign to go after "terrorists and criminals" on the internet and to root out radicalising material.
The leaders of France and Britain announced on Tuesday an anti-terror action plan to crack down on radicalisation through social media
However, human rights defenders have expressed concern and opine that the stringent blasphemy laws are used as a tool to carry out personal vendettas.
The powers, allow security forces to monitor suspects and carry out searches without warrants, place suspects under house arrest, and ban public gatherings.
Bipin Rawat's remarks could have shone negative light on India's anti-terrorism operations in Kashmir
On Wednesday, the Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, while paying tribute to Indian Soldiers martyred in military operations against terrorists in the Kashmir Valley issued as stern warning to locals in the Valley who were attacking security forces during the anti-militancy operations
India's "hegemonic stance" and "aggressive posturing" is a threat to peace and stability in the region, said Pakistan's Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan and asked the international community to stop seeing South Asia through the Indian prism.
Let’s take a look at the anti-terrorist policies by leading social platforms Facebook and Twitter.