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Former Afghan foreign minister Haneef Atmar rebuked Pakistan's prime minister for distinguishing between good and bad terrorists while deliberately omitting the name of LeT, which is the largest of all foreign groups operating in the region
The killing of a Bajrang Dal activist and the ongoing hijab controversy in Karnataka bring to the fore growing radicalisation among Muslims
Teenage terrorist held on Line of Control reveals Lashkar-e-Taiba still operates in plain sight across Pakistan
Fired up by its triumph in Afghanistan, and the pressure the Indian Army faces on its eastern border with China, the ISI might be lifting the shackles it placed on jihadists in 2019, the argument goes
The absence of Haibatullah Akhundzada, many experts believe, points to a fierce power struggle that has broken out since the Taliban seized Kabul on 15 August
As the Taliban regime consolidates itself and becomes a regional player, the big question is what implications this will have for India, the region and the wider world
America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan comes at a time when it is preparing for a deeper contestation against the power of emerging superpower China
US may still change endgame in Afghanistan and put pressure on Taliban by imposing sanctions on Pakistan
Pakistan has long negotiated with the world with a gun to its head. It is time to call its bluff
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
Security forces analysing CCTV footage to identify assailants who killed two soldiers, says Kashmir IGP
Militants opened fire on security forces outside Sringar, resulting in injuries to two army personnel. The injured soldiers were rushed to a military facility in the nearby Shariefabad camp where they passed away
Rajasthani truck driver killed in Shopian: Terror link in murder reveals Pakistan’s designs, western media’s duplicity on Kashmir
It is easy to understand why Pakistan is trying to create instability in Kashmir. What remains inexplicable is the willful suspension of disbelief that drives the toxic narrative on Kashmir in international fora.
Cash-strapped Pakistan forced to rein in Kashmir-bound jihadists as looming FATF blacklisting will further ravage economy
Pakistan now has to keep a check on Kashmir-bound terror groups like JeM and LeT, whose actions can result in Islamabad’s blacklisting by the FATF, which could result in global sanctions that could further exacerbate the state’s economic crisis.
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.
Masood Azhar’s blacklisting by UN is huge diplomatic coup for Narendra Modi govt, not merely 'symbolic win'
Even if we interpret the move to designate Azhar under the 1267 Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council as “symbolic”, its import should not be underestimated.
10 years on from LeT's 26/11 attacks on Mumbai, JeM writings call for further seaborne attacks on India
A decade ago, 10 jihadi fighters from Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), arriving by sea from Pakistan's port city of Karachi, landed on the coast of Mumbai and carried out coordinated terror attacks at multiple locations
Prime Minister-designate Imran Khan’s rise is key to the Jaish-e-Mohammed’s prospects. For months, the Jaish-e-Mohammed campaigned against former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, describing him as a traitor to Pakistan and Islam.
India's Pakistan optimists notwithstanding, Modi must not be taken in by Imran Khan's imminent overtures
Prime Minister Narendra Modi should keep in mind that the last major gains in the India-Pakistan relationship were won through war, not dialogue.
An Indian Army commando was killed and another injured in a gunfight with militants in a forested area of Jammu and Kashmir's Kupwara district, army officials said.
Sushma Swaraj, Nirmala Sitharaman to arrive in Beijing on 24 April, will attend meetings ahead of SCO Summit
External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj and defence minister Nirmala Sitharaman are scheduled to be in Beijing on 24 April to attend different meetings of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) and interact with their counterparts from the member states
China ups strategic game in Pakistan, Maldives, Nepal: Is India alert enough to the clear, grave and present danger?
Xi Jinping's China relies on a combination of gunboat and chequebook diplomacy for regional hegemony, and where it cannot employ this coercive playbook, Beijing tries to either bribe its way in or intensify discord where unrest will serve its long-term purpose.
Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists attacked the Sunjwan Army camp in Jammu and Kashmir in the early hours of Saturday