The State Department has offered a $5 million reward for information on Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah in the latest U.S. effort to pressure militants in the country.
Nawaz Sharif’s dismissal strengthens Pakistan Army’s control over country's polity, economy and society
While the Nawaz Sharif government got embroiled in one political and corruption controversy after another, the Pakistan Army steadfastly strengthened its grip over the country's polity, economy and society
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Taliban militants on Tuesday targeted a mini bus with a remote-controlled bomb in Pakistan's restive northwest tribal region, killing at least 14 people including four women and two children.
Al-Qaeda leader Qari Yasin, linked to 2009 attack on Sri Lankan cricket team, killed in US drone strike
A senior Al-Qaeda commander linked to major attacks in Pakistan including the bombing of a luxury hotel and an assault on a cricket team had been killed in a drone strike in Afghanistan, Washington said on Saturday.
A senior Al Qaeda leader responsible for two major attacks in Pakistan was killed in a US counter-terrorism airstrike conducted last week in Afghanistan.
America sent a crystal clear message on Sunday to Islamabad: Act against terrorists or we will act unilaterally to "disrupt and destroy" terrorist underpinnings in Pakistan backed by country's spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
Two suspected operatives of Al-Qaeda were arrested in Delhi and Odisha. Delhi Police claimed to have busted a module of the terror group operating in India
Four terrorists, killed in a raid by Pakistani counter-terrorism commandos, were members of the al-Qaeda and were looking to target a political personality and an office of an intelligence agency, officials said on Wednesday.
A day after the Peshawar attack in which 151 people died, including 133 school children by the Taliban, former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf blamed India for the massacre.
Pakistani military jets pounded militant hideouts in the northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan.
The Taliban is most likely to rely on small militant teams, emulating the protracted, high-impact operations like those in Mumbai in 2008 and Nairobi's Westgate mall last year.
Four militants attacked the camp number 2, located at the ASF academy in Bitai Abad, Pehlwan Goth, close to the Jinnah International Airport which had been cleared of militants after fierce clashes between forces and terrorists yesterday.
The Pakistani Taliban threatened more violence on Monday after a five-hour assault on the nation's busiest airport killed 29 people, including all 10 attackers.
Lahore police spokesman Niyab Haider told PTI that two motorcyclists intercepted Rumi's car at Raja Market, Garden Town, and opened fire on it.
Jamaat-i-Islami Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief and member of the Taliban committee Mohammad Ibrahim confirmed the news of the postponement of the direct talks due to bad weather, which was making it impossible for members to travel.
Lawyers for Pakistan's former military dictator Pervez Musharraf on Wednesday sought a change in venue for his high-profile treason trial citing a threat to their lives by the Pakistani Taliban.
The meeting will take place at the Prime Minister House and is scheduled to discuss the situation emerging in the wake of the ceasefire declared by both sides, Dawn online reported.
According to TTP spokesman Shahidullah Shahid, the umbrella organisation has directed all groups to honour the ceasefire, Dawn online reported.