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  • Kashmir: Two LeT terrorists killed in 32-hour gunbattle

    Srinagar : A 32-hour gunbattle between security forces and two LeT terrorists, who hid in a building in Karan Nagar here after their attempts to attack a CRPF camp failed, ended on Tuesday with them being killed, police said.

  • Pak govt challenges rejection of plea to examine LeT boat

    Islamabad : Pakistan government today challenged in the Islamabad High Court the rejection of the 2008 Mumbai attack case prosecution’s plea by the trial court to form a commission to examine the boat used by LeT terrorists to reach the Indian coast.

  • Why revelations of the ‘perfect terrorist’ matter little

    New Delhi : Media and political brouhaha about David Coleman Headley notwithstanding, the recent admission of the Pakistan-American terrorist about his already known terror links actually mean little to India’s Mumbai attack investigations. Nor have they helped in New Delhi’s attempt to nail Islamabad’s complicity in the meticulously planned operation.

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    Udhampur bravehearts who nabbed LeT terrorist honoured

    Mumbai: Two bravehearts from Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir, who captured a Pakistani terrorist who held them hostage after attacking a BSF bus, said on Thursday that they were proud they could in their own little way help their motherland.

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    LeT militant killed in gunbattle with security forces

    Srinagar: A top Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) militant was killed in a six-hour-long gunbattle with security forces in Sopore town of north Kashmir Baramulla district, police said.

  • ‘US linking Pak madrassa with terror underscores our position’

    New Delhi: A day after the US designated a Pakistani madrassa as a terrorist organisation supporting the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Al Qaeda and Taliban, India today said it only confirms the long-held position that terror networks exist there and need to be dismantled.

  • LeT one of the most potent terrorist group in South Asia: US

    Washington: Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), which was responsible for the Mumbai terrorist attack and other high-profile terrorist attacks in India over the past several years, remains one of the most potent terror group in South Asia, a top Pentagon commander has told lawmakers.

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