Pakistani militant accused of Mumbai attacks faces terror financing charges
Hafiz Saeed is the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), or the Army of the Pure, a militant group blamed by the United States and India for the four-day Mumbai siege, in which 160 people were killed. The dead also included several foreigners, including Americans.Pakistan's counter terrorism police arrested Saeed in July.
Hafiz Saeed gets brief breather in terror financing trial, next hearing on December 11
The Anti-Terrorism Court has now fixed Dec 11 as date ...
JuD chief Hafiz Saeed to face trial for terror financing charges on December 7
An Anti-Terrorism Court (ATC) in Lahore held a hearing against...
Terror funding: ED takes possession of Rs 6.20-crore assets of Kashmiri businessman
The Enforcement Directorate case against Watali relates to its terror funding and money laundering case against Hafiz Saeed, the founder of terror group Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT), and others.
Mumbai attacks: Eleven years since 26/11, nation remembers terror victims
Twenty-Six Eleven, as these attacks are often referred to as, witnessed 10 Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorists came to Mumbai via sea route from Pakistan and carried out a series of coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across the city. The terrorists targeted major landmarks of Mumbai with the first attack taking place at the crowded CST railway station.
IS will try to go glocal, says India at Oz anti-terror summit
The Indian delegation to the two day seminar on terrorism was led by minister of state G Kishan Reddy, who is also in charge of internal security at the home ministry. Discussing case studies on Islamic State-inspired modules, New Delhi said that most suspects were loosely connected to the Caliphate but followed its ideology.
Ahead of FATF meeting, Pakistan arrests 4 Hafiz Saeed aides
The arrested people have been identified as Zafar Iqbal, Hafiz Yahya Aziz, Muhammad Ashraf and Abdul Salam. The four aides will appear before a trial court on Friday.
Pakistan must prosecute top LeT operatives along with its leader Hafiz Saeed: US
Alice Wells, head of the US state department's South and Central Asian bureau, also welcomed the arrest of the top four leaders of Lashkar-e-Taiba /Jamaat-ud-Dawah in Pakistan.
We trained Kashmiri terrorists in Pakistan, Mujahideens like Hafiz Saeed & Osama were our heroes: Pervez Musharraf
"Kashmiris who came to Pakistan received hero reception. We used to train them and support them. We considered them as Mujahideen who will fight with the Indian Army then various terrorist organisations like Lashkar e Tayyiba rose in this period. they were our heroes," Musharraf was seen as saying in a video.
All eyes on China as Pakistan comes under FATF scrutiny
China holds the current FATF presidency and all eyes will be on Beijing, Pakistan's all-weather ally, after Xi and Modi focused on terror financing at the informal summit.
US asks Pakistan to prosecute terrorists like Hafiz Saeed and Masood Azhar
Trump met Prime Minister Modi and Pakistan premier Imran Khan separately on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly session here this week.
UN allows Hafiz Saeed to use his bank account for ‘basic expenses’
Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) is the front organisation for the Lashkar-e-Taiba which is responsible for carrying out the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people.
UNSC allows Hafiz Saeed access to bank account on Pakistan plea
Saeed's assets had been frozen after the UNSC sanctioned him under Resolution 1267 for links with the Al Qaeda and Islamic State (IS).
India calls for cooperation between FATF, UN to combat terror financing
India's comments come as Pakistan had requested the UN Security Council's anti-terror committee to allow Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed to withdraw money from his bank account for basic expenses.
Home Ministry set to sanction prosecution of Yasin Malik, Asiya Andrabi and Masarat Alam under UAPA
Central government approval is mandatory under Section 45 of the UAPA. The NIA’s proposal for sanction will be examined by a two-member authority.
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