ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah has demanded the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to share the details of National Security Committee (NSC) meeting, called to discuss Nawaz’s controversial statement on Mumbai attacks. “NSC should decide on the matter and then Prime Minister should inform Parliament about the outcomes of the meeting”, Shah stated. He further said that Nawaz Sharif is connected to the government; therefore, it is government’s responsibility to deal with the consequences of the words…
ISLAMABAD: India has expressed readiness to share evidences regarding the 2008 Mumbai attacks with Pakistan, Foreign Office Spokesperson Nafees Zakaria in a statement on Friday.
WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for a closer security relationship between his country and the United States on Wednesday, in an address to the US Congress stressing the importance of warming ties between the two countries.
Last month, during an exercise to test India's readiness for a militant attack, teams of coast guards approached Mumbai and surrounding areas by sea, just as assailants did before deadly strikes in 2008. Several teams slipped through undetected.
ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Ministry has written a letter to the Chief Justice of Islamabad High Court (IHC) Justice Muhammad Anwar Khan Kasi on Saturday seeking extension of prime suspect of Mumbai attack Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi, ARY News reports.
Mumbai attacks mastermind Zakiur Rahman Lakhvi was ordered to be immediately released by Islamabad High Court. The detention order was struck down as illegal by the court. Pakistani government had filed charges relating to the alleged terrorist in the Mumbai attacks, his involvement in the kidnapping of an Afghan national and his detaining orders.