Pakistan accuses India of 'politicising' talks at FATF meeting after terror watchdog decides to keep Islamabad on grey list
Pakistan managed to garner the support of Turkey, China and Malaysia to avoid being placed on the FATF blacklist at the meeting, a media report said on Friday.
China, Malaysia, Turkey bail out Pakistan at FATF: Islamabad may stall till it's Beijing's turn to head body
China, especially has backed Islamabad on multiple occasion despite increased global pressure spurred by India's relentless campaign.
FATF sets Pakistan October deadline to curb terror funding or face action, asks country to demonstrate effective results
Reacting to the FATF's warning, Pakistan on Friday said it was committed to taking measures needed to implement the action plan agreed with the FATF to come out of the grey list.
At CICA meet, EAM S Jaishankar says terrorism 'gravest threat' in Asia, seeks support for India's proposal to combat threat
Sharing India's vision for a more secure and prosperous Asia as well as its concerns, Jaishankar said that the 21st century is being hailed as the Asian century and CICA can surely play a useful role in promoting peace, security and development in Asia.
IMF's $6 bn loan to Pakistan may end up supporting its terror infrastructure instead of salvaging its sinking economy
IMF loan has been given to Pakistan for improving the management of public enterprises, strengthening institutions, combating financing of terrorism efforts, among other things
Sushma Swaraj warned the international community that there is a growing question mark over maritime security and that nuclear proliferation is again making dangerous headlines
The prime minister announced that Britain need to strengthen powers in two key areas to fill specific gaps in its anti-terror armory by "preventing suspects from travelling and dealing decisively with those already here who pose a risk".