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India and Pakistan to establish counter-terrorism hotline




Hafiz Saeed, the founder and chief of the Lashkar-a-Taiba and Jamaat-ud-Dawa, said Pakistani terror groups have a "right" to fight in Jammu and Kashmir to "teach India a lesson." He also said that US involvement in South Asia has set back the fight in Kashmir.




Spy game: The CIA, Pakistan and 'blood money'




Hushed deal frees CIA contractor in Pakistan




LeT founder criticises Pak govt for freeing Davis




A shooting in Pakistan reveals fraying alliance




Pakistan's Islamist parties challenge weakening government




Lashkar-e-Taiba plot to attack cricket stadiums unearthed




Mumbai attack: US links cover for ISI chief to Davis case




The CIA and Pakistan's ISI: on the high ground




Afghan intel links Jalalabad bank attack, other suicide attacks to Pakistan

Jalalabad-Taliban-terror-assault.JPGThe Taliban fighters involved in the Jalalabad bank attack spoke to their handlers over the phone during the operation.The NDS linked that and other suicide attacks to the Taliban in Pakistan.


Clinton sees Pak-US ties in limbo; urges reforms




US anti-terror official warns Pakistani group Lashkar-e-Taiba could strike in Europe or US




Lashkar-e-Taiba chief Hafiz Saeed threatened to attack India if it does not quit Kashmir, and said the US is on its way out of the region, strengthening the hand of jihadists. "If freedom is not given to the Kashmiris, then we will occupy the whole of India including Kashmir," he said. "As the US is fleeing from Iraq and Afghanistan, we will get Kashmir this year."




'LeT supplied grenades for 7 terror attacks in Bangladesh'




Terror threats to embassy in Kabul are real, says Krishna




ISAF targets al Qaeda-linked Taliban commanders in the Afghan east

Recent raids have targeted Taliban leaders in Kunar and Nangarhar with close ties to al Qaeda. Both provinces host al Qaeda cells.


Pakistan releases top al Qaeda-linked terrorist leader

Qari-Saifullah-Akhtar.jpgQari Saifullah Akhtar, the leader of the Harakat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami, was recently freed after being placed into "protective custody" in August.


Chilling details emerge about Danish attack plot suspects




Pakistan says it will defend spy chief in US suits