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    Pakistan lists Hafiz Saeed under anti-terrorism act

    The government of Pakistan's Punjab province has included names of Jamaatud Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed and one of his close aides, Qazi Kashif, in the fourth schedule of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA).
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    Hafiz Saeed wants travel ban revoked

    Jamaat-ud Dawa (JuD) chief and Hafiz Saeed has urged the Pakistan government to allow him to travel abroad, it was reported on Thursday.Asking the government to remove his name from the outside Exit Control List,
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    A secretive conversation

    The strategy was flawed because with a relatively small militant footprint the bad jihadis tried to overthrow the state. And while the state’s response was muddled for years, the state had disproportionately larger resources in what was a prematurely
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    JuD Resumes Ops But Under K-Banner

    Jama’at-ud-Dawa (JuD), a philanthropist outfit working in Pakistan, has resumed its operations after the detention of its leaders and a crackdown on activities, however, under new banner.
  • Pakistan Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria

    India Should Look Within: Pak

    A day after India's foreign ministry released a statement dismissive of Pakistan's arrest of Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, the Foreign Office (FO) urged India to “look towards itself before it points fingers at others”.
  • The dramatic crackdown on the JuD and the decision to place Hafiz Saeed under house arrest highlights panic. Interestingly, the crackdown came hours after the publication of a report in a national daily claiming that Pakistan was threatened with sanctions

    Is Pakistan getting ‘Trumped’?

    Yet another pressure point for Pakistan is the detention on treason charges of Dr Shakeel Afridi who helped CIA in the hunt for Osama bin Laden. Trump had vowed to get him released and bring him to the US within days of his taking over. This presen
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    Pakistan imposes travel ban on Hafiz Saeed, others

    Pakistan has imposed an international travel ban on Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed and 37 activists of his organisation, days after he was placed under house arrest in Lahore.
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    Trump-Modi Friendship Behind My Detention: Saeed

    The action against Hafiz Saeed follows the US President Donald Trump's ban on entry of nationals from 7 Muslim countries. Pakistani officials have implied that fear of similar action against Pakistan was a factor in the action against Hafiz Saeed.
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    Hafiz Saeed placed under house arrest

    The Pakistani police have placed Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief  Hafiz Muhammad Saeed under house arrest, Dawn News reported and JuD spokesperson later confirmed.
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    At PcK Rally, Hafiz Saeed Renews Call For ‘Kashmir Jihad’

    Describing the September 29, 2016 surgical attacks as “a movie”, Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief, Hafiz Saeed said, “India is good at making movies. No country accepted it. Indians are not good .
  • Saeed Tells Pak: You are Too Cool About Kashmir

    Saeed Tells Pak: You are Too Cool About Kashmir

    Jamat-ud-Dawa chief, Hafiz Saeed has accused the Pakistan government of being too cool about the Kashmir issue.Response by the Nawaz Sharif government is too cool about the Kashmir issue, Saeed said. According to a report in the Dawn,
  • Avoid Trumpification of India-Pak dialogue

    Avoid Trumpification of India-Pak dialogue

    In the recent, chequered history of the two nations, there have been innumerable flashpoints but has the situation been ever so bad in the absence of the high-voltage trigger that is intrinsic to such virtual conflagrations? No.
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    America is supporting India’s oppression in Kashmir: Hafiz Saeed

    The founder of Pakistani militant group Lashkar-e-Taiba warned in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press that violence in Kashmir will escalate.Hafiz Saeed, designated a terrorist by the United States with a $10 million bounty .
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    Pak court issues notice to JuD for running ‘Shariah court’

    A Pakistani court has sought an explanation from the Jamaat-ud-Dawah and government officials after a businessman complained he had been summoned by a JuD “Shariah” court to settle a property dispute.
  • Hafiz wanted to teach Thackeray a lesson: Headley revelations so far

    Hafiz wanted to teach Thackeray a lesson: Headley revelations so far

    In a startling revelation during his cross examination presently underway in a Mumbai sessions court, 26/11 operative David Coleman Headley has said that Hafiz Saeed, chief of Jama’at-ud-Da’wah (JuD) wanted to teach Shiv Sena supremo