Pakistan condemns CDS General Bipin Rawar's remarks on 'de-radicalistaion camps' for youth in J&K, says comments reflect 'extremist mindset'
Pakistan on Friday condemned the statements of Indian Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat where he suggested de-radicalisation camps for radicalised youths in the Kashmir Valley and a concerted effort to tackle terrorism globally.
CDS General Bipin Rawat pitches for strong global action against State-sponsored terrorism, says issue must be tackled
Chief of Defence Staff General Bipin Rawat on Thursday pitched for strong global action against states sponsoring terrorism, saying there is a need to take the bull by its horns and strike at the root cause
US spares Pakistan from punitive measures despite its role in State-sponsored terrorism against India
State-sponsored terrorism could be recited as a form of asymmetric warfare, redefining the concept of conflict amongst the nations.
India, Canada resolve to work together against Sikh militant outfits, terrorist groups like JeM, LeT
India and Canada resolved to work together to neutralise the threats emanating from Sikh militant outfits Babbar Khalsa International and the International Sikh Youth Federation along with LeT and Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed
The United States has asked Pakistan to expel terrorists, especially the Taliban leaders, operating from terror safe havens within its soil, a top Trump administration official said on Tuesday.
Pakistan on Thursday accused India of promoting "state-sponsored terrorism" in Afghanistan to sabotage the Islamabad-Kabul ties.
Pakistan's army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday visited the Line of Control (LoC) and said his country would continue to support the "political struggle" of the Kashmiris for the right of "self-determination".
India on Tuesday pressed the countries sharing the Indian Ocean to show zero tolerance towards "State-sponsored terrorism" and isolate and impose "strong sanctions" on the perpetrators and financiers of the menace.
Musharraf, who was forced to resign in 2008 after his supporters lost, returned to Pakistan in 2013 after over four years of self-exile but faces a slew of cases.
Responding to a question from Congressman Scott Perry on direct links between members of the Pakistani government and the terrorist organisations, Sheehan said there is likely because of the decades old links between them.