Lashkar-e-Toiba News

Explained: Why Pakistan re-imposing ban on Jamat-ud-Dawa is an eyewash

Pakistan has always gambled that its strategic location at the crossroads of the world will prevent the worst from happening to it.

American arrested for trying to travel to Pakistan to join LeT

"Encarnacion allegedly attempted to travel to Pakistan to join a foreign terrorist organisation and conspired with another individual to provide that organization with material support," said Assistant Attorney General John Demers.


J&K encounter: LeT commander among two killed, one surrenders

According to the police, the terror outfit’s divisional commander, Shakoor Ahmad Dar, was killed in the operation. Categorised as A+ militant, Dar was on a list of most-wanted militants that was released by the security agencies recently.

Home Ministry invokes UAPA, bans new offshoots of al-Qaeda and Islamic State

There are 39 banned outfits under UAPA, including the Islamic State, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and others.

Civilian killings: J&K Police bust Lashkar-e-Toiba module operating in Baramulla, Sopore

Asif Ahmad Sheikh (23), Haseeb Ahmad Khan (18) and Mohammad Ashgar (21) — residents of Kakar Hamam area of the district — were shot dead from a point blank range outside a shop in Iqbal Market by at least three gunmen earlier this month.

Militant’s escape: Jail lapse claims exaggerated, wasn’t given additional forces, says former DG (prisons)

The seniormost IPS officer in J&K was removed from the post on Thursday, two days after the Pakistani prisoner’s escape and amid a major reshuffle of top police officials.


No militant to return home: Lashkar-e-Toiba

Five families had appealed to their kin to return home after the Lashkar-e-Toiba allowed footballer Majid Arshid Khan to return on an appeal by his mother.

Third man from Lakhvi family is in J-K, 10 top Lashkar men return

Around 10 Lashkar militants and commanders who had “ex-filtrated” after spending years in Kashmir are also back and the area in the outskirts of Srinagar city, the Harwan-Dhara belt, has been “activated again”.

Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Abu Dujana was a nuisance for local public too: officials

He said both the killed militants were notorious and had established strongholds in certain areas through coercion and threats. It had become imperative to neutralise them in the interest of peace and safety of general masses, he said.

Lashkar-e-Toiba module unearthed in Jammu and Kashmir, four arrested by police

"We developed this input and identified a vehicle which they were using. Four days back, in evening that vehicle was intercepted. The vehicle has been seized and we have recovered a magazine from it," Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir, said.