The Dead Pool: Key Pulwama perpetrators are dead, but Jaish-e-Muhammad’s blood-cult is alive, and killing
The men Azhar’s words raised are dead; the toxic cult of blood that seduced them is not
Two Indian nationals arrested in Pakistan for entering country 'illegally'; one of the accused is software engineer, say authorities
Two Indian nationals have been arrested by authorities in Pakistan on Monday for allegedly entering the country illegally, according media reports.
Security forces on alert as intel warns of Pakistan Army recruiting Afghan fighters to carry out attacks in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan Army has recruited about 60 war-toughened Afghan terrorists who would be pushed across the border to carry out attacks on security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, intelligence inputs suggest
Despite ban, Jaish-e-Mohammed reappears on social media to instigate Islamists in Kashmir to heighten protest against India
The Jaish-e-Muhammad’s message appeared targeted towards Islamists in Kashmir, among whom the Inter-Services Intelligence-backed group has long been seeking to expand its reach.
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.
The Indian officials said they had no information other than that Masood Azhar was undergoing treatment at an army hospital after suffering renal failure.
Abhinandan returns to India: Move won't help Pakistan; using F-16s, JeM dossier will add to its troubles
Imran Khan’s decision to release Wing Commander Abhinandan, could have been a huge diplomatic advantage, but he squandered it away by advising Indians to ponder on the 'azadi' sentiment in Kashmir
Property records nail Pakistani lie on Jaish-e-Mohammed HQ in Bahawalpur, finds Firstpost investigation
Property records of a sprawling seminary said to be the headquarters of the Jaish-e-Mohammed, a claim denied by Pakistan in recent days, does indeed belong to the internationally proscribed terrorist group, an investigation by Firstpost has found
Pakistan on Thursday also banned the 2008 Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed-led Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and its charity wing Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation (FIF).
Pakistan backtracks on action against suspected JeM headquarters, says Bahawalpur seminary ‘has no link’ with terror outfit
Taking a complete U-turn, the Pakistan government on Saturday dismissed its own claim of taking over the control of the Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) headquarters in Bahawalpur and said the complex has no link with the terror outfit, which claimed responsibility for the deadly Pulwama suicide attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel in Jammu and Kashmir.
Escape of Naveed Jaat: From smartphones to stacks of books, Indian jails offer ill-justified luxuries to terror convicts
It is common knowledge that criminals and politicians lodged in jails across India enjoy the luxury of good foods and smartphones.
The death toll in June's oil tanker explosion in Pakistan's Punjab province has climbed to 219, officials said.
Pakistan's oil and gas regulator on Friday ordered a subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell to pay about 257 million Pakistani rupees ($2.4 million) in damages
Pakistan oil tanker inferno: Death toll rises to 218 in 'one of the worst fire accidents in the country'
With the death of 12 more people, the toll in Pakistan's oil tanker inferno rose to 218, making it one of the worst fire accidents in the country, officials said.
Pakistan oil tanker fire: Death toll jumps to 206; 125 bodies remain unidentified due to severe burns
The number of deaths caused by an explosion of a tanker loaded with petrol in Pakistan a week ago has climbed to 206
The death toll in Pakistan's oil tanker inferno rose to 198 on Sunday as four more persons, injured in the country's one of the worst fire accidents, succumbed
With the death of 10 more people, the toll in Pakistan's oil tanker fire rose to 175, making it one of the deadliest accidents in the country.