Terrorism In-pakistan

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Pakistan's effort to disprove India's claim of destroying terror launchpads across LoC may fall flat due to its track record in curbing terrorism
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Pakistan's effort to disprove India's claim of destroying terror launchpads across LoC may fall flat due to its track record in curbing terrorism

Amid international worries over the condition of human rights in various regions of Pakistan, Islamabad on Tuesday attempted to debunk India's claims of having destroyed three terror camps on the Pakistani side across the Line of Control (LoC). Pakistan gave foreign diplomats a tour of the areas India claimed to have targetted, to ascertain whether there was damage done to terrorists or "civillians".

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Coach Rumesh Ratnayake praises Pakistani hospitality, says smooth tour will encourage other teams to pay a visit
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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Coach Rumesh Ratnayake praises Pakistani hospitality, says smooth tour will encourage other teams to pay a visit

Sri Lanka's trouble-free tour of Pakistan amid presidential-level security has paved the way for other cricket teams to play in the country, according to Sri Lanka coach Rumesh Ratnayake.

PCB forced to move Australia ODIs from Pakistan to UAE after Cricket Australia's concerns over security
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PCB forced to move Australia ODIs from Pakistan to UAE after Cricket Australia's concerns over security

Pakistan cricket authorities were forced to schedule all five one-day internationals against Australia in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after the Aussies refused to visit the Asian country over security fears.

Pakistan accuses RAW of involvement in attack on Chinese consulate in Karachi, India says charge 'fabricated, scurrilous'
India

Pakistan accuses RAW of involvement in attack on Chinese consulate in Karachi, India says charge 'fabricated, scurrilous'

Karachi police chief Amir Shaikh claimed that the attack on the Chinese consulate in the Pakistani city was planned in Afghanistan and executed with the help of RAW.

Rajnath Singh says temples and cows not electoral stunt for BJP but 'integral part of cultural life'
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Rajnath Singh says temples and cows not electoral stunt for BJP but 'integral part of cultural life'

Addressing a press conference in Alwar district's Bansur, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that temples and cows were not an elections stunt for the BJP. Meanwhile, he said that Congress leaders start offering prayers at temples when elections approach

Bangladesh to send squad to Pakistan for Emerging Teams Asia Cup after being assured of security by PCB
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Bangladesh to send squad to Pakistan for Emerging Teams Asia Cup after being assured of security by PCB

Bangladesh will send a cricket squad to Pakistan for the first time in three years, officials said Thursday after receiving assurances from their counterparts about security.

India refuse to travel to Pakistan for Asian Emerging Nations Cup citing security concerns, to play their matches in Sri Lanka instead
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India refuse to travel to Pakistan for Asian Emerging Nations Cup citing security concerns, to play their matches in Sri Lanka instead

Pakistan will host six matches of the Asian Emerging Nations Cup in December after India refused to play in the country citing security concerns.

Chinese consulate attacked in Karachi: India should draw world's attention to plight of Balochis or hold its peace
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Chinese consulate attacked in Karachi: India should draw world's attention to plight of Balochis or hold its peace

India has the option of raising the issue in a very big way at international forums, and in a sustained manner. One-off support only worsens the situation

2 cops, 3 terrorists killed after attack on Chinese consulate in Pakistan's Karachi: Imran Khan vows to 'crush' assailants
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2 cops, 3 terrorists killed after attack on Chinese consulate in Pakistan's Karachi: Imran Khan vows to 'crush' assailants

Reports have suggested that the attack on the Chinese consulate in Karachi was targeted, as three to four suspected terrorists were seen trying to enter the building, and are suspected to still be inside. The police have cordoned off the entire street.

Pakistan Army confirms death sentence for 14 'hardcore' terrorists; 8 others set to jail
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Pakistan Army confirms death sentence for 14 'hardcore' terrorists; 8 others set to jail

Pakistani Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has confirmed death sentences to 14 terrorists belonging to banned militant groups, the military said.

Nirmala Sitharaman hits out at Pakistan, says terror infrastructure in neighbourhood 'testing India's patience'
Politics

Nirmala Sitharaman hits out at Pakistan, says terror infrastructure in neighbourhood 'testing India's patience'

Nirmala Sitharaman said areas of continued violence and instability in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, as well as parts of West Asia and Africa, have functioned as incubators of virulent manifestations of terrorism.

Asia/Pacific Group urges Pakistan to curb terror financing, money laundering to get off FATF 'grey list'
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Asia/Pacific Group urges Pakistan to curb terror financing, money laundering to get off FATF 'grey list'

Asia Pacific Group has asked Pakistan to curb terror financing and money laundering and make them extraditable offences to get out of FATF's "grey list"

PSL 2018: Moin Khan lashes out at overseas players refusing to travel to Pakistan for playoffs, final
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PSL 2018: Moin Khan lashes out at overseas players refusing to travel to Pakistan for playoffs, final

Former Pakistan Test captain Moin Khan has lashed out at the overseas players who refused to travel to Pakistan for the two playoffs and final match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Hafiz Saeed petitions UN to delist self as terrorist: Virtual coup in Pakistan as army mainstreams extremists, India stares at spurt in jihadist violence
India

Hafiz Saeed petitions UN to delist self as terrorist: Virtual coup in Pakistan as army mainstreams extremists, India stares at spurt in jihadist violence

The former Pakistan prime minister — who had hedged his bets on an improved relationship with India and tried to take on the military-intelligence establishment over controlling the tools of jihadist violence — was considered by the army as too much of his own man.

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Braveheart bus driver from 2009 Lahore attack says he still shudders passing through ill-fated route
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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: Braveheart bus driver from 2009 Lahore attack says he still shudders passing through ill-fated route

Eight years ago, Meher Mohammad Khalil was in the driver’s seat when the Sri Lankan team bus came under the attack of the militants in Lahore.

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: SLC reconsidering playing final T20I in Lahore due to security concerns
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Pakistan vs Sri Lanka: SLC reconsidering playing final T20I in Lahore due to security concerns

Sri Lanka's cricket board is reconsidering plans to play a match against Pakistan in Lahore later this month after its players expressed security concerns, officials said on Saturday.

PCB hopeful as ICC appoints security agency to assess situation in Pakistan ahead of World XI tour
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PCB hopeful as ICC appoints security agency to assess situation in Pakistan ahead of World XI tour

PCB is placing their hopes on a positive report from an international security company hired by the ICC to pave the way for the return of international teams to the country.

Mickey Arthur hopes proposed World XI tour revives international cricket in Pakistan
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Mickey Arthur hopes proposed World XI tour revives international cricket in Pakistan

Pakistan coach Mickey Arthur said on Wednesday he hoped a proposed tour of the World XI to the South Asian country would bring the embattled nation a step closer to reviving international cricket.

Afghanistan sever cricketing ties with Pakistan following deadly truck bombing in Kabul
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Afghanistan sever cricketing ties with Pakistan following deadly truck bombing in Kabul

Afghanistan has cancelled proposed home and away cricket fixtures with Pakistan after a deadly bomb attack, blamed by the country's intelligence agency on militants allegedly backed by Islamabad.

Champions Trophy 2009: When Shane Watson's heroics helped Australia successfully defend title
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Champions Trophy 2009: When Shane Watson's heroics helped Australia successfully defend title

Riding on Shane Watson's all-round skills, Australia defended their title, the first and only team to do so, and the ICC too heaved a huge sigh of relief at the successful conclusion of one of the most contentious editions of Champions Trophy.