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  • Kartarpur Pact Between India And Pak Unlikely Tomorrow, May Be Signed On Thursday: Sources

    Kartarpur Pact Between India And Pak Unlikely Tomorrow, May Be Signed On Thursday: Sources

    India is likely to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor with Pakistan on October 24 instead of tomorrow, postponing the event by a day, government sources have indicated. Joint Secretary (Internal Security) CL Das will meet Pakistan officials at zero point to ink the memorandum of understanding on India's behalf, a senior official told NDTV.

  • Kartarpur Corridor: India To Sign Kartarpur Pact Wednesday, Urges Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee

    Kartarpur Corridor: India To Sign Kartarpur Pact Wednesday, Urges Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee

    India is ready to sign an agreement with Pakistan on Wednesday for allowing Sikh pilgrims to visit the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in the neighbouring country through a much-awaited corridor set to open next month, the Ministry of External Affairs said today. It expressed "disappointment" at Pakistan's decision to charge a $20 fee, but said that India...

  • Pak Blacklisting In 2020 "Highly Probable": Terror Funding Watchdog FATF

    Pak Blacklisting In 2020 "Highly Probable": Terror Funding Watchdog FATF

    Pakistan will remain in the "grey list" of global terror funding watchdog FATF after it was given a fresh deadline of February 2020 to act against terror funding. Islamabad got four months' time after it was warned of action by the FATF if it fails to complete its full action plan.

  • Ahead Of Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration, Work On Pak Side Incomplete

    Ahead Of Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration, Work On Pak Side Incomplete

    Pakistan has refused to construct their side of a bridge on the elevated corridor to Kartarpur Darbar Sahab from Gurdaspur. Islamabad, instead, has built an alternate road connecting to India which pilgrims will use for first time on November 8. While the construction of a four-lane highway connecting the 'zero point' for the onward journey to Paki...

  • Inauguration Soon, Web Registration For Kartarpur Pilgrimage Starts Sunday

    Inauguration Soon, Web Registration For Kartarpur Pilgrimage Starts Sunday

    With the first batch of Sikh pilgrims set to leave for Darbar Sahib in Pakistan on November 8, authorities will launch online registration for those interested in making the sacred journey along the newly laid Kartarpur corridor on Sunday.

  • After Ajit Doval's Warning, Forces Brace For Rise In Terror Activity In Kashmir

    After Ajit Doval's Warning, Forces Brace For Rise In Terror Activity In Kashmir

    Counter-intelligence operations in Kashmir Valley are expected to gain momentum once again, with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval directing security forces to brace themselves for an increase in terrorism-related violence over the coming days

  • 'India Was Runner-Up In Defence Tech, No Trophy For That': Ajit Doval At DRDO Meet

    'India Was Runner-Up In Defence Tech, No Trophy For That': Ajit Doval At DRDO Meet

    Armies that are better equipped decide the destiny of mankind, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said at a meeting of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) chiefs in Delhi today

  • To Combat Terror, NSA Ajit Doval Suggests Change In Media Policy

    To Combat Terror, NSA Ajit Doval Suggests Change In Media Policy

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday highlighted the role media played in the fight against terrorism. He also asked security and intelligence agencies to take the media into confidence when it comes to terror investigation and warnings, since the media is a "very important organ to fight terrorism".

  • Truck Driver Killed, Orchard Owner Beaten Up By Terrorists In J&K: Police

    Truck Driver Killed, Orchard Owner Beaten Up By Terrorists In J&K: Police

    A truck driver from Rajasthan was shot dead on Monday by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, police said. One of the two terrorists involved in the incident is a Pakistani national, police said, adding an operation was launched to track them.

  • "Biggest Pressure" On Pak From Anti-Terror Watchdog FATF: Ajit Doval

    "Biggest Pressure" On Pak From Anti-Terror Watchdog FATF: Ajit Doval

    Pakistan is under pressure from global anti-terror watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF), National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said today at a meeting of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chiefs in Delhi

  • Centre Initiates Background Talks For Release Of J&K Political Leaders: Sources

    Centre Initiates Background Talks For Release Of J&K Political Leaders: Sources

    The central government has initiated background talks for the release of political leaders in the Kashmir valley, who have been under arrest for more than two months, since the government ended special status to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and split it into two union territories, sources have told NDTV.

  • Pak State Actors Behind Drone Weapon Drops In Punjab, Home Ministry Told

    Pak State Actors Behind Drone Weapon Drops In Punjab, Home Ministry Told

    The "state actors" of Pakistan were behind the 10-odd weapons drop by drones across Punjab that took place in September, intelligence agencies have informed the home ministry. In a report to the ministry, the agencies have also questioned why the Air Force or the Border Security Forces were unable to detect the drone activity, sources told NDTV.

  • Pakistan Reopens Terror Camps Along Border, Security Agencies On Alert

    Pakistan Reopens Terror Camps Along Border, Security Agencies On Alert

    Pakistan has reactivated all the terror camps it had temporarily shut down along the line of control, intelligence agencies have reported, indicating the need for security agencies to brace themselves for an increase in infiltration attempts in the days to come.

  • "Pakistan Has Not Taken Sufficient Measures": Terror Watchdog FATF's Report

    "Pakistan Has Not Taken Sufficient Measures": Terror Watchdog FATF's Report

    Pakistan has failed to fully implement a UN Security Council resolution against terror accused Hafeez Saeed and other UN-designated terrorists, the Asia-Pacific division of global financial watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) said today

  • "Update Yourself On Anti-Drone Tech": Amit Shah To Border Guarding Forces

    "Update Yourself On Anti-Drone Tech": Amit Shah To Border Guarding Forces

    With heavy-duty drones being used from Pakistan to drop weapons into India for terrorists, Home Minister Amit Shah has asked the border guarding forces to explore all technological possibilities which entail anti-drone systems.

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  • Kartarpur Pact Between India And Pak Unlikely Tomorrow, May Be Signed On Thursday: Sources

    Kartarpur Pact Between India And Pak Unlikely Tomorrow, May Be Signed On Thursday: Sources

    India is likely to sign an agreement on the Kartarpur corridor with Pakistan on October 24 instead of tomorrow, postponing the event by a day, government sources have indicated. Joint Secretary (Internal Security) CL Das will meet Pakistan officials at zero point to ink the memorandum of understanding on India's behalf, a senior official told NDTV.

  • Kartarpur Corridor: India To Sign Kartarpur Pact Wednesday, Urges Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee

    Kartarpur Corridor: India To Sign Kartarpur Pact Wednesday, Urges Pak To Reconsider $20 Fee

    India is ready to sign an agreement with Pakistan on Wednesday for allowing Sikh pilgrims to visit the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in the neighbouring country through a much-awaited corridor set to open next month, the Ministry of External Affairs said today. It expressed "disappointment" at Pakistan's decision to charge a $20 fee, but said that India...

  • Pak Blacklisting In 2020 "Highly Probable": Terror Funding Watchdog FATF

    Pak Blacklisting In 2020 "Highly Probable": Terror Funding Watchdog FATF

    Pakistan will remain in the "grey list" of global terror funding watchdog FATF after it was given a fresh deadline of February 2020 to act against terror funding. Islamabad got four months' time after it was warned of action by the FATF if it fails to complete its full action plan.

  • Ahead Of Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration, Work On Pak Side Incomplete

    Ahead Of Kartarpur Corridor Inauguration, Work On Pak Side Incomplete

    Pakistan has refused to construct their side of a bridge on the elevated corridor to Kartarpur Darbar Sahab from Gurdaspur. Islamabad, instead, has built an alternate road connecting to India which pilgrims will use for first time on November 8. While the construction of a four-lane highway connecting the 'zero point' for the onward journey to Paki...

  • Inauguration Soon, Web Registration For Kartarpur Pilgrimage Starts Sunday

    Inauguration Soon, Web Registration For Kartarpur Pilgrimage Starts Sunday

    With the first batch of Sikh pilgrims set to leave for Darbar Sahib in Pakistan on November 8, authorities will launch online registration for those interested in making the sacred journey along the newly laid Kartarpur corridor on Sunday.

  • After Ajit Doval's Warning, Forces Brace For Rise In Terror Activity In Kashmir

    After Ajit Doval's Warning, Forces Brace For Rise In Terror Activity In Kashmir

    Counter-intelligence operations in Kashmir Valley are expected to gain momentum once again, with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval directing security forces to brace themselves for an increase in terrorism-related violence over the coming days

  • 'India Was Runner-Up In Defence Tech, No Trophy For That': Ajit Doval At DRDO Meet

    'India Was Runner-Up In Defence Tech, No Trophy For That': Ajit Doval At DRDO Meet

    Armies that are better equipped decide the destiny of mankind, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said at a meeting of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) chiefs in Delhi today

  • To Combat Terror, NSA Ajit Doval Suggests Change In Media Policy

    To Combat Terror, NSA Ajit Doval Suggests Change In Media Policy

    National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday highlighted the role media played in the fight against terrorism. He also asked security and intelligence agencies to take the media into confidence when it comes to terror investigation and warnings, since the media is a "very important organ to fight terrorism".

  • Truck Driver Killed, Orchard Owner Beaten Up By Terrorists In J&K: Police

    Truck Driver Killed, Orchard Owner Beaten Up By Terrorists In J&K: Police

    A truck driver from Rajasthan was shot dead on Monday by terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir's Shopian, police said. One of the two terrorists involved in the incident is a Pakistani national, police said, adding an operation was launched to track them.

  • "Biggest Pressure" On Pak From Anti-Terror Watchdog FATF: Ajit Doval

    "Biggest Pressure" On Pak From Anti-Terror Watchdog FATF: Ajit Doval

    Pakistan is under pressure from global anti-terror watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF), National Security Advisor Ajit Doval said today at a meeting of Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) chiefs in Delhi

  • Centre Initiates Background Talks For Release Of J&K Political Leaders: Sources

    Centre Initiates Background Talks For Release Of J&K Political Leaders: Sources

    The central government has initiated background talks for the release of political leaders in the Kashmir valley, who have been under arrest for more than two months, since the government ended special status to Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370 and split it into two union territories, sources have told NDTV.

  • Pak State Actors Behind Drone Weapon Drops In Punjab, Home Ministry Told

    Pak State Actors Behind Drone Weapon Drops In Punjab, Home Ministry Told

    The "state actors" of Pakistan were behind the 10-odd weapons drop by drones across Punjab that took place in September, intelligence agencies have informed the home ministry. In a report to the ministry, the agencies have also questioned why the Air Force or the Border Security Forces were unable to detect the drone activity, sources told NDTV.

  • Pakistan Reopens Terror Camps Along Border, Security Agencies On Alert

    Pakistan Reopens Terror Camps Along Border, Security Agencies On Alert

    Pakistan has reactivated all the terror camps it had temporarily shut down along the line of control, intelligence agencies have reported, indicating the need for security agencies to brace themselves for an increase in infiltration attempts in the days to come.

  • "Pakistan Has Not Taken Sufficient Measures": Terror Watchdog FATF's Report

    "Pakistan Has Not Taken Sufficient Measures": Terror Watchdog FATF's Report

    Pakistan has failed to fully implement a UN Security Council resolution against terror accused Hafeez Saeed and other UN-designated terrorists, the Asia-Pacific division of global financial watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) said today

  • "Update Yourself On Anti-Drone Tech": Amit Shah To Border Guarding Forces

    "Update Yourself On Anti-Drone Tech": Amit Shah To Border Guarding Forces

    With heavy-duty drones being used from Pakistan to drop weapons into India for terrorists, Home Minister Amit Shah has asked the border guarding forces to explore all technological possibilities which entail anti-drone systems.

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