Post 13/11 sloganeering at Antalya and Kuala Lumpur won’t be enough.
The security measures left Brussels eerily quiet, with streets deserted and many of the city’s famous beer bars and restaurants largely empty.
Modi called for a new global resolve and new strategies to combat terrorism, without balancing it against political considerations and said no country should use or support terrorism.
Prime Minister Charles Michael, speaking at a news conference after the emergency government meeting, said “We urge the public not to give in to panic, to stay calm. We have taken the measures that are necessary.”
The two countries agreed to enhance cooperation in combating international terrorism through exchanging information on terrorist activities, groups and their linkages.
“We are devastated that Anita is gone—it’s unbelievable to us that she has been killed in this senseless act of violence and terrorism,” the family said.
Identified as Gul Mohammad and Riaz Ahmed, the slain terrorists had fled along with service weapons from their respective police posts in Doda on September 8.
A group of four LeT terrorists Mohammad Naved Yakub, Zhargham alias Mohammed Bhai, Abu Okasa and Noman had entered India from Baba Reshi in Baramulla district to south Kashmir.
In the 7/11 Mumbai train blasts, seven RDX bombs had exploded in the first class coaches in many suburban trains, killing 188 people and injuring 829.
While family of the accused in the 2006 train blasts case approached several victims to seek their support claiming the former are innocent, Tawde, one of the victims, believes the court has given the right verdict and those guilty of crime must be hanged.
Described as a “specific threat”, the agencies concerned beefed up security at these locations.
The Chilean authorities said the Far Left group Manuel Rodríguez Patriotic Front carried out the killing, that Verhoeven was a suspect because of her links to the organisation.
Sushma Swaraj also listed six key points as takeaways from the dialogue with the most important one being stepping up cooperation in fighting terrorism.
Under a new law, schools in Britain must have “due regard to prevent students from being drawn into terrorism”. Critics say the law unfairly targets Muslims.
Released by the Washington-based Sindhi Foundation, the report says that the Mumbai terrorist attack was being monitored by its perpetrators from a control room set up in Sindh.