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Detail Of Terrorism Update

12/4/2012

Pakistan      Eight persons killed in separate incidents in Karachi
Pakistan      Bomb kills two Policemen in Peshawar
Nepal      Two UCPN-M members killed in Dhading District
India      Two NSCN - Khole-Kitovi militants killed in Nagaland
India      Maoists set ablaze two mobile towers in Odisha
India      Encounter between SFs and militants reported in Manipur
India      Trader abducted in Arunachal Pradesh
Bangladesh      Five bombs recovered in Jhenidah District
India      Three suspected ULFA militants arrested in Kerala
Pakistan      More than 100 graves of Ahmadi community shattered in Punjab
India      TADA Court awards double life imprisonment to two militants for killing BSF officer in Jammu and Kashmir
India      ULFA-ATF sends extortion note to MLA in Assam
India      Bangladesh agrees to fencing at nine places in Tripura
India      Army will set up new bases in four Naxal-hit States
India      CRPF training youth under Community Interactive Programme in West Bengal
Bangladesh      JeI Assistant Secretary General, Mujibur Rahman sued for threatening Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's life
Pakistan      Families of Baloch missing persons' losing hope in Supreme Court
Pakistan      LeT founder and JuD Chief Hafiz Mohammad Saeed criticizes Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar for promising to take action against him
Pakistan      Pakistan calls for early return of Afghan refugees
Pakistan      Pakistan supports Afghan-led reconciliation process, says COAS General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani
Pakistan      NATO ready for 'political dialogue' with Pakistan
Nepal      I am 'ready to pave the way', PM Baburam Bhattarai assures NC president Sushil Koirala
India      Overground HPC leaders plea to implement HPC-Mizoram Government accord







 
Pakistan
Pakistan supports Afghan-led reconciliation process, says COAS General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani

The Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani on December 3 reiterated Pakistanís support to an Afghan-owned and Afghan-led reconciliation process in Afghanistan, reports Daily Times. He made these remarks while commenting on the reconciliation process in Afghanistan during his address to a joint meeting of political and Security Council and the European Union Military Committee in Brussels. Ambassadors and delegations, comprising defence and military officials of 27 EU nations, participated in the interactive event, said an ISPR spokesman. The discussion encompassed situation in Afghanistan and its effects on regional peace and security. General Kayani highlighted Pakistanís perspective on these issues with particular reference to the nationís contribution and sacrifices in the war on terror.

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