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
According to Times Now's Navbharat channel, it has 'accessed undeniable visual evidence' that confirms Pakistan's 'Deep State is still providing a safe haven to terror masterminds' including India's most wanted terrorist Masood Azhar
Significant progress on FATF's first action plan: US on Pakistan's grey list status for terror financing
The global body against money laundering and terror financing had also asked Pakistan to work to address its strategically important deficiencies
Following immense international pressure after the Pulwama attack, the Pakistan government had arrested over 100 members of banned militant outfits including the JeM chief's son and brother
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
The MEA spokesperson said the chargesheet into the Pulwama attack case has been filed after an investigation spanning one-and-a-half years
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
Azhar's nephew, who was killed in an encounter on 29 March in south Kashmir, is said to be the mastermind of Pulwama terror attack
Islamabad has claimed that the assertions made by some sections of the media about Pakistan admitting to the "presence of certain listed individuals" are baseless and misleading
Moral pieties aren't the answer to what’s happened in Hyderabad. For decades, extrajudicial executions have formed the bedrock of Indian criminal justice, a response to public frustration over the state's inability to enforce order
'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?
US eliminates IS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi: Can India take out Hafiz Saeed or Masood Azhar? If not, what are our options?
The Islamic State chief, who reportedly detonated a suicide vest after getting trapped in a “dead-end tunnel” causing three of his six children to die along with him, was killed “like a dog and a coward”, declared Donald Trump.
Jaish-e-Mohammed changes name to Majlis Wurasa-e-Shuhuda Jammu wa Kashmir after Masood Azhar's younger brother takes control: Report
The terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) has changed its name in an attempt to avoid international scrutiny after the younger brother of its chief Masood Azhar has taken control. It has renamed itself Majlis Wurasa-e-Shuhuda Jammu wa Kashmir.
Pakistan has released JeM chief Masood Azhar from preventive custody, says report; move comes ahead of Islamabad's meeting with FATF
Pakistan is speculated to have released terrorist group Jaish-e-Mohammad's chief Maulana Masood Azhar from preventive custody.
MHA declares Hafiz Saeed, Masood Azhar, Dawood Ibrahim and Zaki-Ur Rehman Lakhvi as terrorists under amended UAPA
Other individuals who have been designated as terrorist are Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) chief Masood Azhar, Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi and underworld don Dawood Ibrahim
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.
First time since IAF’s Balakot airstrike, Narendra Modi uses Pakistani airspace to travel to France for bilateral meet
For the first time after February's Balakot airstrike, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday used the Pakistani airspace to travel to France for a bilateral meet.
India wants normal relations with its neighbour, but Pakistan fails to create ‘terror and hostility' free atmosphere, says MEA
India wants normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan but it failed to create an atmosphere free from terror, the government said. MEA said government has consistently raised the issue of cross border terrorism and placed a high emphasis on international cooperation in combating it.
10 injured in blast at military hospital in Rawalpindi; human rights worker claims JeM chief Masood Azhar was admitted at facility
At least 10 people were allegedly injured after a 'huge' blast rocked a military hospital here on Sunday, according to Pakistani Twitter users. A human rights worker from Quetta, Ahsan Ullah MiaKhail, has alleged that the army has barred the media from covering the incident. He also claimed that UN-blacklisted terrorist and JeM chief Masood Azhar was admitted at the hospital where the blast occurred.