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J&K: Terrorism gravest threat to peace, says L-G Manoj Sinha
India

J&K: Terrorism gravest threat to peace, says L-G Manoj Sinha

The L-G administered the anti-terrorism pledge to senior officials, deputy commissioners and senior superintendents of police at the Raj Bhavan to mark the Anti-Terrorism Day

Pakistan will eliminate terrorism threat; want balanced relation with world powers, says Foreign Office
World

Pakistan will eliminate terrorism threat; want balanced relation with world powers, says Foreign Office

Addressing a media briefing, FO spokesperson Asif Iftikhar said that the country will pursue all avenues to defeating the scourge of terrorism and ensure the attainment of peace and stability in the region

J&K: Over 350 Kashmiri Pandit PM package employees resign after Rahul Bhat gunned down in office
India

J&K: Over 350 Kashmiri Pandit PM package employees resign after Rahul Bhat gunned down in office

The killing of the 35-year-old Rahul Bhat has attracted strong condemnation from political parties and employees' association

India, Australia denounce terrorism, underscore need for global cooperation
India

India, Australia denounce terrorism, underscore need for global cooperation

The two sides discussed ways to combat terrorism at the 13th meeting of the India-Australia joint working group on counter-terrorism that took place in Canberra on Wednesday

India, France agree to jointly deal with terrorism, challenges in Indo-Pacific, amid China's power play in the region
World

India, France agree to jointly deal with terrorism, challenges in Indo-Pacific, amid China's power play in the region

India, the US and several other world powers have been talking about the need to ensure a free, open and thriving Indo-Pacific in the backdrop of China's rising military manoeuvring in the resource-rich region

Jammu and Kashmir: 62 terrorists killed so far this year, 39 belonged to LeT, say police
India

Jammu and Kashmir: 62 terrorists killed so far this year, 39 belonged to LeT, say police

The announcement came hours after two Al-Badr terrorists involved in attacks on non-local people in the Union Territory were killed in an operation in south Kashmir’s Pulwama district early Thursday

Pulwama: LeT deputy commander, Pakistani terrorist among three killed in encounter
India

Pulwama: LeT deputy commander, Pakistani terrorist among three killed in encounter

The police said that the killed terrorist Arif Hazar was a categorized terrorist, active since March 2021 and involved in several terror crime cases including attacks on Police/SFs and civilians

J&K: Two terrorists, including top LeT commander Yousuf Kantroo, killed in Baramulla encounter
India

J&K: Two terrorists, including top LeT commander Yousuf Kantroo, killed in Baramulla encounter

Three soldiers were injured in the initial exchange of fire between the two sides in the encounter

NIA Day: Amit Shah says terrorism biggest violator of human rights
India

NIA Day: Amit Shah says terrorism biggest violator of human rights

Central Government has adopted a zero-tolerance policy toward terrorism and working to root out the menace from India, Amit Shah said, adding that NIA's actions against terror funding in J&K greatly helped in curbing terrorism there

Dharma Files | In defence of Vivek Agnihotri and ‘The Kashmir Files’
India

Dharma Files | In defence of Vivek Agnihotri and ‘The Kashmir Files’

Vivek Agnihotri’s ‘The Kashmir Files’ has given Kashmiri Pandits the courage to look their oppressors in the eye. And demand justice

No longer 'glamorous' to become terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir, says Lt Gen DP Pandey
India

No longer 'glamorous' to become terrorist in Jammu and Kashmir, says Lt Gen DP Pandey

Army commander Lt Gen DP Pandey said those aged between 20 and 25 have understood that "violence leads to nowhere"

Modi govt transformed J&K from terrorism capital' to tourism capital', says Tarun Chugh
India

Modi govt transformed J&K from terrorism capital' to tourism capital', says Tarun Chugh

BJP accused the NC and the PDP of handing over stones and AK-47 rifles to the youth and poisoning their minds

Attacks on civilians orchestrated by Pakistan, shows frustration of terrorists, says J&K DGP
India

Attacks on civilians orchestrated by Pakistan, shows frustration of terrorists, says J&K DGP

The DGP said other incidents in which migrant labourers were attacked and a minority community member was targeted "are signs of barbaric and beastly acts".

Pakistani Taliban announce Ramzan offensive against security forces after attacking military base
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Pakistani Taliban announce Ramzan offensive against security forces after attacking military base

The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) which shares common roots with the Afghan Taliban, has stepped up attacks in recent months

J&K: Two personnel hurt after terrorists hurl grenades at CRPF camps in Shopian and Pulwama
India

J&K: Two personnel hurt after terrorists hurl grenades at CRPF camps in Shopian and Pulwama

On the same day, terrorists shot at and injured a non-local carpenter in Pulwama district. Forty-year-old Mohammad Akram sustained a bullet injury and was rushed to a hospital

J&K: Security forces recover large consignment of arms, ammunition from TRF drone, avert major attack
India

J&K: Security forces recover large consignment of arms, ammunition from TRF drone, avert major attack

The Jammu police stated there were three detonators, three remote-controlled IEDs, three bottles of explosives, one bundle of Cordtex wire, two Timer IEDs, one pistol, two magazines, six grenades and 70 rounds

UN yet to agree on common definition of terrorism, craft coherent policy, says India
India

UN yet to agree on common definition of terrorism, craft coherent policy, says India

India proposed a draft document on the Comprehensive Convention on International Terrorism (CCIT) at the UN in 1986 but it has not been implemented yet as there is no unanimity on the definition of terrorism among the member states.

At UN, India urges nations to recognise 'Hinduphobia'; calls drone attack in UAE 'blatant violation of international law'
India

At UN, India urges nations to recognise 'Hinduphobia'; calls drone attack in UAE 'blatant violation of international law'

India's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador TS Tirumurti said the practice of several UN members labelling terrorism into categories such as racially motivated, violent extremism and right wing extremism, will take the world back to the pre-9/11 era

Texas hostage taker not the first: A look at other terrorists with Pakistani lineage who have carried out attacks in UK, US
World

Texas hostage taker not the first: A look at other terrorists with Pakistani lineage who have carried out attacks in UK, US

The man, who was shot dead by the FBI after holding four people hostage at a Texas synagogue, was identified on Sunday as a 44-year-old British citizen named Malik Faisal Akram