The strong rebuttal came after Imran Khan spoke about India's internal affairs, including the issue of Jammu and Kashmir, at the high-level General Debate
NIA names Masood Azhar in Pulwama attack case, but incriminating evidence may not be enough to bring JeM chief to justice
The NIA's chargesheet rests on technical and material evidence to establish the link between local Jaish operatives and their handlers in Pakistan. However, if the past pattern of Pakistan's behaviour is anything to go by, the JeM chief may still evade justice
NIA files chargesheet against 6 persons for helping JeM terrorists infiltrate into Jammu and Kashmir
The persons were charged under relevant sections of the IPC, UAPA, Arms Act, Explosive Substances Act and Indian Wireless Telegraphy Act
'Boycott China' trends online but consumer products sale unlikely to be affected; Chinese smartphones accounted for 81% shipments in Q1
Calls for boycott of Chinese products amid Sino-India border tension may be trending on social media but these are yet to impact sales of smartphone and consumer durables products from the stables of companies like Xiaomi, Realme and Haier, according to industry executives.
Let’s be honest, are you really going to choose a Micromax phone when you could have a OnePlus 8?
India should go back to negotiating table with Taliban, but without abandoning Kabul in forthcoming intra-Afghan talks
Though India has more faith in Abdullah Abdullah, rather than the mercurial Ghani, its fundamental operating principle has been that a legitimate government should be central to talks, and not a sideshow.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Hatred unleashed by debate around Tablighi Jamaat could prove pandemic’s most toxic legacy
The host of the religious congregation that has proved the largest single source of coronavirus infections in India, the Tablighi Jamaat, is being cast by propagandists as the vanguard of an Islamic conspiracy to inflict mass death
US slams Pakistan court for overturning death sentence of convict in Daniel Pearl murder case, calls it 'affront' to victims of terror
The US on Friday criticised a Pakistani court for overturning the death sentence of British-born top al-Qaeda leader Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, who was convicted in the abduction and murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl.
Daniel Pearl killing: Pakistani court overturns death sentence of prime accused Ahmed Omar Sheikh, acquits three others
Pearl, the 38-year-old South Asia bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was abducted and beheaded while he was in Pakistan investigating a story on the alleged links between the country's powerful spy agency ISI and al-Qaeda. Sheikh was arrested from Lahore in February 2002 and sentenced to death five months later by an anti-terrorism court.
Communal riots in India are playing into the hands of Islamic State's jihadists and realising their dystopic dreams
There is little doubt Indian communal politics is reaching a crossroads — but there are many paths from here, and all but one leads to perdition
NIA arrests Kashmiri father and daughter in connection with Pulwama attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday arrested a man and his daughter in connection with last year's barbaric terror attack, in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed
Rajnath Singh says Balakot airstrikes sent out clear message on terrorism, infrastructure 'across the border' won't be safe haven for terrorists
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said the Balakot airstrikes had sent out a clear message that infrastructure across the border could not be used as safe havens for terrorists.
Days after Pulwama terror attack anniversary, accused gets bail after NIA fails to file chargesheet in time
In a major emabarassment for the National Investigation Agency, which is probing the 2019 Pulwama attack on a convoy of CRPF personnel, an accused in the terror attack case was granted default bail after the central agency failed to file chargesheet in the prescribed statutory period of 180 days
Pakistan to remain on FATF Grey List till June 2020; watchdog warns of action if Islamabad fails to check terror funding
The FATF is an inter-governmental body established in 1989 to combat money laundering, terrorist financing and other related threats to the integrity of the international financial system
Pakistan expected to get four-month breather to fulfil FATF obligations and secure its exit from grey list
Pakistan submitted a 650-page review report to the FATF on 8 January in response to 150 questions raised by the FATF regarding new Pakistani policies on money laundering.
Year after Pulwama attack, with five conspirators and executers killed, NIA's painstaking probe nearly reaches dead end
The NIA probe into last year's Pulwama terror strike that left 40 CRPF personnel dead has virtually reached a dead end.
BJP, Opposition spar on Pulwama attack anniversary as Rahul Gandhi, Md Salim question delay in probe
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday triggered a political storm on the anniversary of Pulwama attack that killed 40 Central Reserve Police Force Personnel
One year of Pulwama: Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh pay tribute to CRPF soldiers, condemn 'dastardly' terror attack
Following the Pulwama attack, India had launched extensive diplomatic efforts to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as a global terrorist, which finally became a reality on 1 May, 2019
Year on from Pulwama terror attack, memorial for 40 CRPF jawans to be inaugurated in Jammu and Kashmir's Lethpora camp
The memorial for soldiers killed in Pulwama attack has been set up inside a CRPF camp adjacent to the place where JeM terrorist Adeel Ahmed Dar, driving an explosive-laden car, blew himself next to a convoy of security forces.
Three JeM terrorists killed in gunfight near Jammu toll plaza; were carrying ready-to-use IED, ammunition, say police
JeM terrorists also carried 'armoured piercing steel core ammunition' which can go through Level 3 protection bulletproof vehicles