Russia's mutually-beneficial alliance with the Taliban was built on years of confusion and influence
Russia often used the hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel imports for NATO and Afghan forces as a way to inject cash into Afghanistan to ensure influence and keep intelligence assets on its side
In new message, Al-Qaeda chief calls for 'united jihad' in Kashmir, says Pakistan Army can't be trusted with liberation of Indian state
Elements of the Indian jihadist movement have long known to have been in touch with Al-Qaeda, and some intelligence analysts believe the organisation hopes to use those ties to escalate pressure on India.
A special National Investigative Agency (NIA) court on Friday convicted five Indian Mujahideen militants in the 2013 Bodh Gaya serial blasts case in which several persons including Buddhist monks were injured.
As Kashmir was sliding into chaos with regular gunfights, the killing of militants and swelling ranks of rebels, New Delhi’s approval for a halt in counterinsurgency operations during Ramadan has come as a relief for many in the Valley
US' Afghan policy review must include stern message to Pakistan; soft-pedaling on terrorism will impact stability
While there are several official statements on the expected US Afghanistan policy review, what is common is the extreme care with which Pakistan is mentioned.
More than a military problem, or an emotional question, Kashmir has become a battle of perceptions.
On Wednesday the curfew was extended to more areas of Kashmir Valley to maintain law and order in view of violent protests on Tuesday that led to death of a youth in Pulwama district and injuries to several others.
Syed Ahmad Rai Barelvi (1700-1850) is considered one of the early Muslim freedom fighters of India. But is this the complete picture?
The Islamic state terrorist organistion, or ISIS, have released a propaganda video warning Americans of an impending 9/11 type attack.
An alleged hawala operator, suspected to be involved in the 7/11 Mumbai triple blasts, was arrested after being picked up from Goa airport.
Al-Qaeda's leader on Friday marked the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks by calling on Muslims to strike inside the United States, with big attacks or small, using any opportunity they can to "bleed" America financially.
With his latest essay on Afghanistan, William Dalrymple has crossed into the wilds of contemporary geo-politics and proved history can also be someone’s pet interpretation.
Lt Gen (retired) Shahid Aziz said the 1999 "misadventure" was a "four-man show" and details were initially hidden from the rest of the military commanders.