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Jaish, Lashkar chiefs, Dawood, Lakhvi now ‘individual terrorists’

A gazette notification on proscribing the four individuals was issued on Wednesday.

Mumbai: Bail after 7 years, man says said yes to LeT charge to avoid long trial

The Maharashtra ATS filed a chargesheet against the five, including Gaus, for offences punishable under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, IPC and the Arms Act. In October 2013, the case was transferred to the NIA.

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2 LeT men held while trying to buy rifle in Ramban

The two were arrested while they were trying to buy an AK-47 rifle at the behest of LeT commander Naveed alias Abu Talla. Both had planned to buy the firearm and head back to the Valley.

US: Lawmaker introduces resolution seeking probe into NGO's links with Lashkar-e-Taiba

Introduced by Republican Congressman Jim banks from Indiana, the resolution expresses concern over the threat posed to democracy and human rights by theocratic groups operating in South Asia, particularly in Pakistan and Bangladesh.

After Pulwama

Money tap needs to be tightened, Pakistan’s Great Wall of China needs to crack.

American man on way to Pakistan to join LeT arrested at US airport

Based out of Pakistan, the LeT is a UN and US-designated global terrorist organisation and has carried out several terrorist attacks inside India, including the Mumbai terrorist attack in 2008 that took the lives of 166 people including several Americans.

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LeT militant killed in encounter in J&K's Pulwama

A large number of people participated in the funeral of the slain militant which was held at his native village Koil in Pulwama on Friday

Man awarded death penalty for 'waging war against country'

In April 2007, BSF had apprehended four persons, including Samir, on suspicion of being members of a terror outfit and handed them over to the local police.

Suspected Lashkar handler held by NIA at Delhi airport

Officially, the NIA has maintained that it had received an input about Rahman travelling to India, but officials in the know of the development said it was an example of cooperation between security agencies of the two countries.

Unlike last year, Jaish-e-Mohammad, Lashkar-e-Taiba not named in BRICS statement

The latest declaration was issued after Prime Minister Narendra Modi met all BRICS leaders, and was in the process of meeting at least three of them separately. Sources, however, told The Indian Express that once a formulation has found a mention in a declaration, “it is already a part of record”.

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