Terrorism in Pakistan

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Khaleej Times
This month, on the big screen20, Sarbjit traces the relentless efforts of Dalbir Kaur who strived to exonera
This month, on the big screen
Khaleej Times / Posted 11 days ago
20, Sarbjit traces the relentless efforts of Dalbir Kaur who strived to exonerate her brother, Sarabjit Singh, charged of terrorism in Pakistan. The story has an emotional charge. And its USP is that Aishwarya Rai Bachchan has dared to eschew... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
South Asian Dirtiest Intelligence GameKul Bushan and apprehension of two sub agents in Sindh clearly reveal the naked
South Asian Dirtiest Intelligence Game
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Kul Bushan and apprehension of two sub agents in Sindh clearly reveal the naked examples of Indian state sponsored terrorism in Pakistan. The arrested agents have confessed that they were tasked to direct and control militant activities,... Read more
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New Kerala
Militants are moving around freely in Pakistan, says Wall Street Journal - newkerala.com #55452with Islamabad. Rana Sanaullah, Punjab province's law minister, said in an int
Militants are moving around freely in Pakistan, says Wall Street Journal - newkerala.com #55452
New Kerala / Posted 26 days ago
with Islamabad. Rana Sanaullah, Punjab province's law minister, said in an interview that Jaish "isn't involved in terrorism in Pakistan." He said he hadn't seen any evidence from India to implicate Mr. Azhar in the Pathankot attack. He... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
Senators call for military operation on militants in Punjabthe Indian intelligence agency, RAW, was blamed for every incident of terrorism
Senators call for military operation on militants in Punjab
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
the Indian intelligence agency, RAW, was blamed for every incident of terrorism in the country. “Yes, RAW has a hand in terrorism in Pakistan, but it is not involved in all terrorist acts in the country. And if it is, then what are our agencies... Read more

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