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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.
US report pulls up Pakistan for failing to limit Lashkar, Jaish
The report said that although Pakistan’s laws comply with international anti-...
India calls for united global effort against terror financing
Addressing the inaugural session of the 'No Money For Terror' conference, Union...
Pakistan expresses disappointment over US report critical of Islamabad on terror
The State Department's 'Country Report on Terrorism 2018' on Friday said that the Pakistani government did not restrict the Taliban and the Haqqani Network from operating in Pakistan-based safe havens and threatening the US and Afghan forces. The damning report also said that Pakistan has "failed to significantly limit" militant outfits.
Pakistan 'failed to significantly limit' terror outfits from fundraising, recruiting: US
“The (Pakistan) government failed to significantly limit Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad from raising money, recruiting and training in Pakistan – and allowed candidates overtly affiliated with LeT front organisations to contest the July general elections,” the US State Department said in the report.
LeT, Jaish continue to be threat to India; Pakistan allowed terror activists to contests polls: US
The US State Department's 'Country Reports on Terrorism 2018' said the Pakistani authorities have failed to uniformly implement the FATF Action Plan on money laundering and counter-terrorism and the UN sanctions related to designated entities and individuals such as terror group LeT and its affiliates, which continued to make use of economic resources and raise funds.
ISI's sinister plan of killing more 'non-residents' in Kashmir exposed
Intelligence sources in Srinagar revealed that the new objective of Islamabad is to defeat the purpose of scrapping Article 370, by driving a deep wedge between non-Kashmiris and Kashmiris. The new pattern emerging from the recent killings of non-Kashmiris in the Valley poses a serious threat to more than 20,000 migrant labourers and skilled workers.
Al-Qaeda offshoot AGH wiped out from Kashmir: J&K DGP
J&K police chief Dilbag Singh said the three terrorists killed in a gunfight with security forces in Rajpora area of Pulwama district in south Kashmir on Tuesday night were Lelhari and his associates Junaid Rashid and Naveed.
Support direct dialogue between India-Pakistan as outlined in Shimla Agreement: US
Acting Assistant Secy of State for South and Central Asia Alice G Wells said, "Restarting a productive bilateral dialogue requires building trust, & the chief obstacle remains Pak's continued support for extremist groups that engage in cross-border terrorism."
FATF warns Pakistan of blacklisting if terror funding not controlled by Feb 20
The FATF has asked Pakistan to take stern action against fund flows to terrorists to be out of Grey List.
Pakistan expects to avert FATF blacklisting with China's help
Even as Financial Action Task Force's APG on Money Laundering issued a critical report on progress made by Islamabad, it expects to escape blacklisting with Chinese help. Pakistan fully complied with only one recommendation out of 40 issued.
Pakistan sent two F-16 fighter planes last month to intercept a SpiceJet flight to Kabul
Pakistan had fully closed its airspace on February 26 after the IAF struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) terrorist training camp in Balakot in retaliation to the Pulwama attack on February 14 and fully opened it for all civilian traffic on July 16.
From carrying out attacks in Valley to killing policemen, Pakistan distributes tasks among top three terror groups
A document exclusively accessed by ANI says a meeting was held at a location in Pulwama last week where three terror groups were briefed about the responsibilities assigned to them by their masters.
Ahead of Modi-Xi meet, a look at 'chai pe charcha' in Wuhan last year
Playing close attention to details, President Xi left no stone unturned to make Modi feel right at home at the summit last year.
IAF bases put on orange alert over Jaish terror attack alert
An orange alert has been sounded for Srinagar, Avantipur, Jammu, Pathankot, Hindan airbases after the monitoring of the terrorists' movements by the intelligence agencies.
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