Chinese paramilitary conduct anti-terror drill in Xinjiang mountains: CCTV
The training was conducted at heights of 4,000 metres (13,123 feet) and lasted seven days and nights, with troops climbing mountains, crossing icy rivers and using drones to target "thugs" with stolen guns. The video shows the troops surrounding a hut where a suspect is hiding and then start shooting at him as he ran out.
Pakistani militant accused of Mumbai attacks faces terror financing charges
Hafiz Saeed is the founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), or the Army ...
Indian Army gets new American assault rifles in Kashmir Valley against terrorists, Pakistan Army on LoC
"The first lot of 10,000 SiG 716 assa...
FBI presumes Florida base shooting was act of terrorism
The FBI says that no arrests have been made in the deadly shooting at the Florida naval base shooting and that all international students at...
India's efforts for SAARC collaboration repeatedly challenged with acts of terror: PM Modi
In a letter to the SAARC secretariat on the 35th anniversary of the grouping's founding, the prime minister Narendra Modi said that all countries in the region should take effective steps to defeat the scourge of terrorism and the forces which support it. Such efforts, he, said would generate greater trust and confidence to build a stronger SAARC.
Anti-Pak protest held outside Pakistan Embassy in US against Pak-sponsored terror
A rally was organised outside Pakistan embassy in Washington on December 08 to protest against Islamabad sponsored terrorism. Two congressio...
India's fight against terrorism cemented its position as one of the strongest nations: Rajnath Singh
Recounting the erstwhile BJP government's efforts to maintain "friendly relations" with Pakistan, he said former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee had visited the neighbouring country to extend a "hand of friendship", and, in return, received Kargil invasion.
LS passes bill for stringent punishment to those possessing illegal arms, indulging in celebratory gunfire
Piloted by Home Minister Amit Shah, the Arms (Amendment) Bill, 2019 also ensures that those using firearms in a rash or negligent manner in celebratory gunfire, endangering human life or personal safety of others, shall be punishable with an imprisonment to two years or with fine which may extend to Rs one lakh or with both.
China says it will continue 'training' Xinjiang people
In a press conference, Shohrat Zakir, chairman of the far-west region, rejected the estimates by rights groups and foreign experts that over a million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities are kept at the camps.
Government moves further changes to Arms (Amendment) Bill
The Bill was tabled in Lok Sabha on November 29. The Bill seeks to enhance punishment for illegally possessing and making prohibited arms besides other changes in the six- decade-old Arms Act.
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.
Need to be alert against Pakistan: Rajnath Singh
Addressing the Passing Out Parade of the IMA here as the reviewing officer, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh asked the cadets commissioned into the armed forces Saturday to take the message of service and peace to the world but be prepared to deal with a neighbour like Pakistan.He asked the new IMA passouts to hone the skills learnt at the academy.
US reprimanded Pakistan for misusing F-16s: Report
"While we understand from you that these aircraft movements were done in support of national defense objectives, the US government considers the relocation of aircraft to non-US government authorised bases concerning and inconsistent with the F-16 Letter of Offer and Acceptance," Andrea Thompson, said in his letter.
India, Japan favour strong action against terror infrastructure and terror financing
The Ministers condemned in the strongest terms the growing threat of terrorism and acknowledged that it constituted a major threat to peace and security in the region. The Ministers called upon all countries take resolute action in rooting out terrorist safe havens and infrastructure.
Why India's Pakistan policy needs a rethink
From Washington through European capitals to Moscow, Beijing and Tokyo, the world is taking a more relaxed view of Pakistan. At the same time, the view about India is taking a beating. Apart from major powers and the developed economies, almost all of India’s neighbours are also willing to carry on business as usual with Pakistan. Why?
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