Pakistan court sentences Hafiz Saeed's two close aides to over 15 years each in terror financing case
The anti-terrorism court in Lahore on Tuesday also sentenced Saeed’s brother-in-law Abdul Rehman Makki to six months in jail
Lakhvi is alleged to be a leader of the Lashker-e-Taiba group that organised the Mumbai attacks in 2008 that killed 166 people. He was detained days after the Mumbai attacks but released in 2015 by Pakistani courts
Hafiz Saeed's 'ten-year jail sentence' is an eyewash; LeT chief remains emblem of Pakistani duplicity
Saeed has been in and out of house arrest since 2008, with the courts setting him free after the State seemed unable to frame charges
The Anti-Terrorism Court of Lahore handed down six and five-and-a-half years of imprisonment to the JuD's Muhammad Ashraf and Lucman Shah, respectively
Pakistani anti-terrorism court sentences 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed to 10 years in jail in two terror cases
The Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) of Lahore on Thursday also sentenced three other leaders of Jamat-ud-Dawa, including Saeed's two close aides — Zafar Iqbal and Yahya Mujahid — to 10 and a half years each, while his brother-in-law Abdul Rehman Makki was sentenced to six months imprisonment
Pakistan admits Dawood Ibrahim living in Karachi, imposes financial curbs on underworld don and 87 others
According to a Pakistani govt document, the underworld don, who is wanted in India for carrying out the 1993 Mumbai serial blasts, is said to be staying at White House in Karachi
Bank accounts of Hafiz Saeed, four other JuD leaders restored after approval from UN Sanctions Committee: Report
All five are currently serving sentences ranging from one to five years in a Lahore jail in connection to terror financing cases.
At UN, India asks Pakistan to stop terror funding and dismantle militant camps operating from its soil
India's terse statement came a week after the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF) decided to retain Pakistan on its 'Grey List' and warned the country of stern action if it fails to prosecute and penalise those involved in terror funding emanating from its jurisdiction.
FATF to keep Pakistan in 'grey list' as Turkey, Malaysia extend support; decision comes week after Hafiz Saeed's conviction
The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is likely to keep Pakistan in the grey list and not put it in the black list, reports said on Tuesday. Earlier in the day, the global terror financing watchdog held a review meeting on whether Pakistan had taken sufficient steps and implemented its plan of action to fight terrorism.
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 sentenced to 11 years imprisonment in two terror financing cases by Pakistan anti-terrorism court
Mumbai attack mastermind and Jamat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was on Wednesday sentenced to 11 years in jail by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan in two terror financing cases.
Pakistan court accepts Hafiz Saeed's plea to club all six terror financing cases and announce verdict on completion of trial
The official said the court after accepting Saeed's request, ordered the prosecution to present witnesses in the other four cases against the JuD leaders on Wednesday
Pakistan anti-terrorism court holds marathon hearing in terror-financing case against Hafiz Saeed, three associates
Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed's lawyers on Wednesday presented their arguments for six hours before a Pakistani Anti-Terrorism Court to defend him in a terror-financing case
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
US welcomes indictment of Hafiz Saeed on terror funding charges, urges Pakistan to ensure 'full prosecution and expeditious trial'
Mumbai terror attack mastermind and chief of the banned JuD, Hafiz Saeed was indicted on Wednesday by a Pakistani anti-terrorism court along with three of his close aides on terror financing charges
Hafiz Saeed gets breather in terror financing trial after authorities fail to produce co-accused; next hearing on 11 Dec
Counter-Terrorism Department of Punjab Police had registered 23 FIRs against Saeed and his accomplices on charges of 'terror financing' and arrested JuD chief on 17 July
Jamat-ud-Dawa chief Hafiz Saeed, accomplices to be tried for terror financing in Lahore court on 7 December
Hafiz Saeed-led JuD is believed to be the front organisation for the LeT which is responsible for carrying out the 2008 Mumbai attack that killed 166 people
Pakistan's internal minister says world would rather trust India on Kashmir even as Imran Khan claims support of 58 nations on issue
In a major embarrassment for the Imran Khan government, his Interior Minister Brigadier (Retd) Ijaz Ahmed Shah has admitted that Pakistan has failed to garner support from the international community on the Kashmir issue, saying despite Islamabad's efforts the world "rather believes India"
Hafiz Saeed arrested: Senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikam terms action against JuD chief 'drama', says Pakistan is fooling the world
Senior lawyer Ujjwal Nikam on Wednesday termed Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed's arrest as a 'drama' and said that Pakistan is 'fooling the world'.