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Indian Muslims are nationalists who oppose terror: Rajnath Singh

“Muslims in India are nationalists. They have always opposed such (terror) elements,” the Union Home Minister said.

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Need of a global treaty to fight terrorism: experts

There is need of a single global treaty instead of currently existing 14 different ad-hoc and piecemeal international treaty


Official: Review of Cuba as terror sponsor in ‘final stages’

US and Cuba had recently announced they would seek to re-establish diplomatic relations after half a century of antagonism.


My outrage and yours

Even those who rush to indict terrorism at every turn seem to treat this incident with nonchalant indifference.

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Terror-free atmosphere needed to resolve outstanding issues: PM Modi to Sharif

He underlined the message to Sharif on Pakistan’s National Day while greeting him in a letter.

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First attack in new J&K govt: 2 militants among 7 killed

The terror attack, which is the third in Kathua district in the last one-and-a-half years, came around 6.20 am.

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Japan confirms deaths of three nationals in Tunisia attack

The victims were killed by two militants who burst from a vehicle and began gunning down tourists.

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Terror-hit Sydney Lindt Chocolate cafe set to reopen

Cafe in Australia which was the scene of a deadly terror attack last December, is reportedly set to reopen soon.

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UN adopts resolution to crack down on terrorist financing

The UNSC has adopted a resolution aimed at cracking down on the financing of terrorist groups.


European Parliament evacuated, man in camouflage arrested

Police found a firearm and a chainsaw in the car but no explosives, said public prosecutor’s office.


UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon asks Pakistan to step up efforts to combat terrorism

He condemned the bombing of the Shia mosque in Pakistan’s Sindh province on Friday.


Terrorism a ‘principal’ global threat: PM Narendra Modi

Modi: Two countries agreed that they need a “comprehensive global strategy and approach” to combat terrorism.


Not everyone in Pakistan is a terrorist: Rajnath Singh

Rajnath Singh said President Barack Obama too does not want Pakistan to become a terror hub.


Barack Obama vows to hunt terrorists from ‘Pakistan to Paris’

Obama said that the US military leadership in Iraq and Syria is stopping the Islamic State’s advance.

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Pakistan will not start talks with India without Kashmir, says Sartaj Aziz

Pakistan said that it will not start dialogue with India if Kashmir issue was not part of the agenda.