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Heart of Asia highlights: Pak told to dismantle terror havens; LeT, JeM named

It is for the first time that LeT and JeM have been mentioned in a declaration of the HOA

Agencies  |  Amritsar 

In clear reference to Pakistan, a conference of 40 nations on Sunday pitched for dismantling of safe havens for terror groups like LeT and JeM, amid a message by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the world community that "silence and inaction" would "only embolden terrorists and their masters". Here are the highlights:  Afghan Prez accuses Pak of launching undeclared war against his country Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose country's proposal for a framework to effectively deal with terrorism could not be adopted by the conference, made a stinging attack ...

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Heart of Asia highlights: Pak told to dismantle terror havens; LeT, JeM named

It is for the first time that LeT and JeM have been mentioned in a declaration of the HOA

It is for the first time that LeT and JeM have been mentioned in a declaration of the HOA In clear reference to Pakistan, a conference of 40 nations on Sunday pitched for dismantling of safe havens for terror groups like LeT and JeM, amid a message by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the world community that "silence and inaction" would "only embolden terrorists and their masters". Here are the highlights:  Afghan Prez accuses Pak of launching undeclared war against his country Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose country's proposal for a framework to effectively deal with terrorism could not be adopted by the conference, made a stinging attack ... image
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Heart of Asia highlights: Pak told to dismantle terror havens; LeT, JeM named

It is for the first time that LeT and JeM have been mentioned in a declaration of the HOA

In clear reference to Pakistan, a conference of 40 nations on Sunday pitched for dismantling of safe havens for terror groups like LeT and JeM, amid a message by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the world community that "silence and inaction" would "only embolden terrorists and their masters". Here are the highlights:  Afghan Prez accuses Pak of launching undeclared war against his country Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose country's proposal for a framework to effectively deal with terrorism could not be adopted by the conference, made a stinging attack ...

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