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At least 160 militants killed this year, Kashmir needs political initiative: DGP

Referring to the recent investigations by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) against several Hurriyat leaders allegedly linked to funds for militancy, DGP Vaid said that “it is wrong to say the case registered by the NIA and subsequent raids on Hurriyat alone have helped improve the situation”.

Don't blame us for Hafiz Saeed, he was your darling a few years ago: Pakistan to US

Hafiz Saeed is accused by India of masterminding the Mumbai carnage of November 2008 that left 166 Indians and foreigners dead.

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In a first, Pakistan-based terror groups named in BRICS declaration

"For the first time specific listing of terror organisations has been made (in the BRICS declaration)," Secretary (East) in the external affairs ministry Preeti Saran told reporters.

Two LeT militants killed in Srinagar gunfight

"We have neutralised both the militants. It is a huge building with 400 rooms on 15 acres of land. So with help from the Army, we carried out room to room searches," IG CRPF, Ravideep Sahi, said.

LeT attack foiled in Kashmir as fasting officer rises early, dogs bark

The meal, or sehri, forgotten, the commandant picked up his assault rifle and rushed to the nearby camp where four terrorists, believed to be members of the banned Lashker-e-Taiba (LeT), were carrying out the attack.

Pakistan must act against all militant groups: US

The US has maintained that the attack on a CIA base in Afghanistan was the handiwork of al Qaeda and not the Haqqani network.

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David Headley: LeT tried to assassinate Bal Thackeray

Deposing before a special court, David Headley stated that while he did not have first hand knowledge, he was aware of an attempt made on Thackeray's life.

Understand the reality... Lashkar chief Hafiz Saeed backed JNU incident: Home Minister Rajnath Singh

Opposition parties say ‘very serious’ charge, ask Rajnath Singh to share ‘concrete’ proof.

Working with India to bring 26/11 perpetrators to justice: US

Headley provided testimony via video link to a court in Mumbai. The victims of that attack included not only Americans, Indians, but also citizens of other nations.

In 2010, David Headley said 'Ishrat was of LeT'

However, in 2007, this report was retracted by the paper which claimed it was a mistake by its reporter. The paper also apologised to Ishrat Jahan’s family.

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