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LeT, Jaish continue to be threat to India; Pakistan allowed terror activists to contest polls: US

The LeT and the JeM were responsible for a series of terror attacks in India that include attack on Parliament, leading to death of scores of innocent people and security personnel.

Hafiz Saeed guilty of 'terror financing', Pakistan probe agency tells court

Saeed, the mastermind behind the 26-11 Mumbai terror attacks was a UN-designated terrorist on whom the US has placed a USD 10 million bounty on.

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Two LeT militants killed in encounter in Sopore

A J&K police spokesperson said on a credible input, a cordon and search operation was launched jointly by police and security forces in Dangerpora area of Sopore on Thursday.

18-year-old US national pleads guilty to providing support to LeT

Sewell now faces up to 20 years in federal prison and a fine of up to USD 250,000. The sentencing is scheduled for August 12.

'Strong possibility' of 26/11 plotter Tahawwur Rana extradited to India: Reports

India is seeking extradition of Rana on the ground that he was actively involved in planning an attack on the New Delhi-based National Defence College and Chabad Houses in several cities.

Delhi Minorities Commission team in Palwal to probe foreign funding of local mosque

"The fact-finding team is in Palwal to probe the allegations about the alleged foreign funding of the mosque being constructed in a village in Palwal, Haryana," DMC chairman said.

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Haryana: Mosque in Palwal built with Lashkar-e-Taiba funds, says NIA

The Khulafa-e-Rashideen masjid at Uttawar village in Palwal was searched by NIA officers on October 3, days after the agency arrested three men, including the Imam of the masjid, Mohammed Salman, in New Delhi in an alleged terror-funding case.

Spike in militant recruitment after end of Valley ceasefire: J&K data

Of the 82 who joined militancy this year, 38 joined the Hizbul Mujahideen, 18 joined the Lashkar-e-Taiba and 19 joined the Jaish-e-Mohammad.

J-K: 2 LeT militants killed in encounter in Kulgam

The encounter was still going on, the official said, adding that a third militant was believed to be trapped in a house. Further details were awaited, the official added.

No security men, no checking, ground check at Chandigarh railway station counters GRP claim: LET Commander

The door frame metal detector installed at Chandigarh railway station was being rarely used by commuters as no security personnel was present there to ensure that everybody passes through the gate, a ground visit on Friday afternoon revealed.

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Headley’s statement should be probed: Congress

New Delhi, Feb 11(ANI): Speaking about the David Coleman Headley’s statement that Ishrat Jahan was a Lashkar-e-Taiba (LET) operative, Congress leader PL Punia said before reaching to any conclusion, Headley’s statement must be examined. Another Congress leader Manish Tewari, echoing the same sentiments, said If Headley has made some assertions let them be investigated. He added that based on statement of a terrorist, we can’t land to any conclusion, it must be enquired.

Headley says Ishrat Jahan was a LeT operative

Mumbai, Feb 11 (ANI): 26/11 terror convict David Coleman Headley said on Thursday that Ishrat Jahan, the 19-year-old girl who was killed in an alleged ‘fake encounter’ in 2004, was affiliated to the Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT). Deposing before the court, Headley confirmed that there was a woman wing in LeT, but earlier he had denied involvement of any woman suicide bomber in LeT when asked by Ujjwal Nikam. Later, Headley named Ishrat Jahan as LeT operative who was involved in an operation about shooting police at naka.

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Headley's deposition reveals close nexus between ISI, LeT: Nikam (Part 1)

Mumbai, Feb 08 (ANI): Ujjwal Nikam, special public prosecutor in the 26/11 case, said David Coleman Headley made some 'sensitive revelations' related to the case on Monday. Nikam said that Headley had worked with a smuggler to send weapons to India. He added that now it is clear that there is a close nexus between the ISI and the Lashkar-e-Taiba, as per the revelations by Headley. Nikam further said that Headley also said that he was arrested in Peshawar in 2002-2003 because he went to meet drug smugglers.

Headley's deposition reveals close nexus between ISI, LeT: Nikam (Part 2)

Mumbai, Feb 08 (ANI): Ujjwal Nikam, special public prosecutor in the 26/11 case, said David Coleman Headley made some 'sensitive revelations' related to the case on Monday. Nikam said that Headley had worked with a smuggler to send weapons to India. He added that now it is clear that there is a close nexus between the ISI and the Lashkar-e-Taiba, as per the revelations by Headley. Nikam further said that Headley also said that he was arrested in Peshawar in 2002-2003 because he went to meet drug smugglers.

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