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Rice asks Pak to act urgently
IThe US Secretary of State, Condoleezza Rice, has told Pakistan that there is "irrefutable evidence" of involvement of elements in this country in the Mumbai terror attacks and it had no option but to act urgently "otherwise, the US will act".
Goa on Al Qaeda radar
Goa, one of India's leading tourist destinations, is on the Al Qaeda radar but the state is not geared up to thwarting the terror threat, a state government note says.
2 arrested for Mumbai terror attacks
Two persons have been arrested by Kolkata Police for fraudulently obtaining SIM cards of mobile phones using fake documents, police said on Saturday.
Betrayed and savaged
Indian citizens are condemned to be the permanent victims of jihad and a political class which has no sense of the nation.
Chidambaram admits security lapses
Union Home Minister says Maharashtra government is determined to root out terrorism and will strain every nerve to improve the security system.
India has proof ISI planned the attack
India has clinching evidence that Pakistan’s Inter- Services Intelligence (ISI) planned last week’s terror attack in Mumbai and trained the terrorists who executed it.
Muslim outfit asks Centre to chase and kill Pak terrorists
The All India Muslim Personal Law Board expresses its outrage over last week’s Mumbai terror attacks and demands tougher and decisive measures soon.
Israel pledges support to India
Israeli Ambassador Mark Sofer called on leader of Opposition L. K. Advani and pledged the support of his nation to India in its fight against terror.
Calm returns to Delhi airport after gunshot scare
The Indira Gandhi International Airport returned to normalcy after being shut down for nearly 20 minutes on Friday morning following reports of gunshots near the arrival terminal.
Visiting Russian President offers help in Mumbai terror probe
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev extended Moscow’s assistance to the probe into the Mumbai carnage and called for a joint counter- terror initiative on Thursday.
Revamping intelligence
No supervision of intelligence agencies by the legislature means that they do not do their real job —protecting the country. Mail Today brings you the first in its series on ‘Declare war on terror’.
What Pak won’t do, the world should
We don't think the world's great nations and countries can be held hostage by non- state actors," President Asif Ali Zardari of Pakistan said December 1.
Technology may hold the key to catching terror clues in time
The Mumbai terror attacks have left the whole world stunned and the concerns and frustrations are being expressed through various media including the blogspots, emails and SMS messages.
'No intention to declare war on Pak'
Christoph Heusgen, Foreign Policy and Security Advisor to the German Chancellor, informed the Pakistan Prime Minister's Office over phone that Narayanan had told him that "India neither had declared nor had any intention of declaring war against Pakistan".
Missing Trident hostage a terrorist?
Security forces have been struggling to solve the mystery of how terrorists managed to know where and how the hostages were being rescued from one of the Mumbai hotels under siege.
Pak must aid Mumbai probe: Rice
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice endorsed the Pakistan government’s “commitment” to help investigate the Mumbai terror attack and act against its perpetrators.
Shooting reported at Delhi airport
A scare was triggered at the Indira Gandhi International airport in the wee hours on Friday after a sound similar to gunshots were reportedly heard from the facility.
A time of reckoning
India must now reckon with the threat that confronts it. For far too long it has allowed deliberate and brutal acts of terrorism to go unanswered, says Singapore-based Amit Jain, who narrowly escaped the terror attack at Oberoi hotel in Mumbai.
Vilasrao Deshmukh quits as Maharashtra CM
Digvijay Singh and the Uttar Pradesh Congress Committee president Rita Bahuguna Joshi are personally scrutinising the reports submitted by the observers who were appointed in all the 80 parliamentry constituencies in the state, reports Subhash Mishra.
Crucial talks between government, Naga separatists in Amsterdam
A home ministry official said union minister Oscar Fernandes and New Delhi's chief peace negotiator K. Padmanabhaiah would be holding talks with top leaders of the Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland in the Dutch capital on Sunday.
Bomb scare in Delhi's Tis Hazari court
There was panic in the Tis Hazari courts after an anonymous caller threatened to blow up the complex, leading to proceedings being suspended for the day not just in the lower courts but also in the Delhi High Court, police said.
9/11-type attacks feared: Air chief
Fali Homi Major says government has received intelligence warnings about possible air strikes by terrorists and the air force is ready for it.
FBI helping India on Mumbai attacks
US Attorney General Michael Mukasey says Federal Bureau of Investigation agents are working with Indian police to provide assistance on the Mumbai terror attacks, but would not confirm whether FBI is also working with Pakistan.
Zardari says Pak ready to cooperate
US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says she found Pakistan's leaders to be "focused and committed" in helping India probe attacks in Mumbai that stoked tension between the two nations.
Former Pakistan army officials trained Mumbai attackers: NYT
Former Pakistani army officials trained the terrorists who went on rampage last week in Mumbai, The New York Times said quoting unnamed Pentagon officials.
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