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 for framing the charges against the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba and other co-accused Malik Zafar Iqbal. Saeed was brought to the court amidst high security from Lahore's Kot Lakhpat jail. The Counter Terrorism Department of the Punjab Police had registered 23 FIRs against Saeed and his accomplices.
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President pays tribute to victims on 11th anniversary of 26/11 terror attacks
"On the 11th anniversary of the Mumbai terror attacks, we remember everyone who lost their lives and mourn with their families. A grateful nation salutes the security personnel who made the supreme sacrifice," President Ram Nath Kovind tweeted.
Government must evolve a comprehensive policy to fight terrorism: JKUF
A unanimous resolution was passed at a conference "26/11 Lessons for Future" organized by JKUF to remember the 26/11 attack. All the panelists opined that if the entire gamut of issues brought to the fore by the Mumbai attack would have been addressed in totality, India by now would have decisively defeated the terror war unleashed by Pakistan.
Israel calls on Pakistan to bring perpetrators of 26/11 attack to justice
166 people were killed and over 300 injured when 10 heavily-armed LeT terrorists created mayhem in Mumbai on November 26, 2008. "Today we stand by the people of India and remember 166 people, including six Israelis, the victims of Mumbai terror attacks that took place 11 years ago", deputy director general of Israel's foreign ministry, Gilad Cohen.
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.
US lawmakers seek probe into terror finance links between two prominent Muslim groups and LeT
Three American lawmakers, Jim Banks, Chuck Fleischmann and Randy Weber, have asked the State Department to investigate possible terror financing links between two prominent American Muslim organisations and terrorist groups. Their letter said, "Specifically of concern are the innocuous sounding organisation, HHRD and their sister organisation, ICNA."
Pakistan’s double speak on Afghanistan: US State Dept
The report took note of India’s long stand on terrorist groups like LeT and JeM, which are located in Pakistan, and often conduct terrorist attacks on India. The report claimed that the Pak govt failed to limit these terrorist groups from raising money, recruiting, and training in Pakistan but also allowed their candidates overtly to contest the July 2018 general elections.
How booze may not let India cut its dependence on foreign oil
The mandate to supply molasses to liquor industry can derail India's plan to use sugarcane ethanol as fuel.
Lashkar-e-Taiba an ideal proxy for Pakistan: US expert
Christine Fair from Georgetown University said during a roundtable at the Hudson Institute think-tank that Lashkar-e-Taiba, a UN-designated terrorist outfit, is a "perfect proxy" for Pakistan's spy agency ISI.
Former Maharashtra DGP Dattatray D Padsalgikar appointed as deputy NSA
For the first time, an IPS officer from the Maharashtra cadre has been appointed as the deputy NSA. The appointment of Dattatray D Padsalgikar, who has held the posts of director general of police, Maharashtra, was confirmed on Tuesday.
Bandipora encounter: Slain militant was Lashkar commander
One of the two militants killed in an encounter with the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir's Bandipora district on Monday was a Pakistani-born self-styled commander of the Lashkar-e-Taiba
Pakistan may remain on FATF Grey List beyond Feb 2020: Report
The FATF retained Pakistan on the Grey List and warned the country of action for its failure in combating money laundering and terror financing. The decision was taken after a five-day plenary of the FATF held in Paris in October. The Asia Pacific Group of the FATF had found serious deficiencies in Pakistan's anti-money laundering measures.
India calls for united global effort against terror financing
Addressing the inaugural session of the 'No Money For Terror' conference, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy expressed India's concern over the tacit support some nations are extending to terror groups. There is a need for a united global effort against all those who support terror or help generate finances for terrorism, he said.
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