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Pakistan's National Assembly passes bills to extend General Bajwa's tenure
General Qamar Javed Bajwa, a close confidant of PM Imaran Khan, was to retire on November 29 last year at the end of his three-year original term but Khan gave the 59-year-old Army chief another extension of same length citing regional security situation through a notification on August 19.
Act's main aim is to break spirit of Muslims: Maulana Syed Arshad Madani
"Not everyone without a document of proof of residence or nationalit...
Jamaat-e-Islami promotes terrorism & radicalism in South Asia: US lawmaker
Congressman Jim Banks stressed that there is a lack of awareness a...
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.
Tribunal confirms ban imposed on Jamaat-e-Islami-JK
While submitting an affidavit before the tribunal, IG, J-K police Swayam Prakash Pani had stated that after the accession of Jammu and Kashmir with the Union of India, JeI (J-K) began to follow instructions and directions from JeI (Pakistan).
Taking country forward by strengthening values of justice will be India's victory: Jamaat-e-Islami Hind
Secretary General of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Mohammad Salim Engineer after attending inter-religious faith meet at National Security Advisor (...
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."
View: Militancy in Kashmir not yet over
Earlier in 1996, there was a feeling of complacency that the worst days of militancy in Kashmir were over and Pakistani elements had been driven out. However, militancy did not end, but instead, acquired deadlier and vicious forms.
Bengali-speaking Muslims languish in Pakistan
Usman Town Bangalipara is the area in Karachi where Bengalis have been living for more than six decades. Yet they live in constant tension and face harassment.
Govt sets up tribunal to review ban imposed on Jamaat-e-Islami, JKLF
The decision has been taken by the Home Ministry exercising the powers conferred under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, an official notification said.
Jamaat-e-lslami J&K established strong links with ISI, in regular touch with Pakistan
The JeI (J&K) has established strong links with Pakistan's ISI for ensuring logistics support for arming, training and supply of weapons to Kashmiri youths.
Any party or person supporting separatists is anti-national and playing into Pakistan's hands: Satya Pal Malik
Malik said the war against terrorism and militancy is not going to be stopped at any cost and "this is a battle that we will win and government will ensure that militancy is eradicated from the state."
Kashmir tense after crackdown on Jamaat and Hurriyat
Kashmir is tense after scores of Jamaat-e-Islami members Hurriyat leaders and other pro-freedom activists were detained during nocturnal raids across the Valley.
13 terror financers in Jammu and Kashmir identified: Officials
Funds were provided to the leadership of Kashmir-based terrorist groups for misguiding, motivating and recruiting local youths to militant ranks.
What kind of leadership will lead India is the biggest issue: Amit Shah, BJP President
The BJP president aims to make India third-largest economy in 5 years, says there's no jobs crisis.
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