As the days progressed, the Indian Navy kept expanding its area of search and satellites were also used to locate it.
Visiting Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan witnessed the signing of the MoU at a ceremony in capital Islamabad.
FATF is working to curb terrorism financing and money laundering and has asked Pakistan to reassess the operation of banned terrorist outfits in the country.
The agency made these claims in its charge sheet filed before Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Kumar who listed the matter for consideration on July 4.
Pakistan has detained founder Azhar and Saeed mostly under the laws that provide for detention for apprehension of breach of peace, they have never been prosecuted under anti-terror laws.
The CRPF spokesperson said this was the second time ithat militants had used steel bullets against the forces.
Though inputs revealed that the terrorists will be targeting main centres, the agencies weren’t able to ascertain whether the attackers will be local or those from outside the country.
India's Permanent Representative to the UN, ambassador Syed Akbaruddin called for a need to end the activities of Pakistan-based terrorist groups LeT and JeM.
“In Kerala and Tamil Nadu, these anti-shirk movement has gained much traction and we are keeping a close tab on the activities of the feeder organisations,” a senior intelligence officer said.
The Akola-based court of special judge A S Jadhav made the observation while hearing a case against the three persons accused under the stringent the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.
Sajad Ahmad Bhat was among the two militants who were killed in the gunfight on Tuesday morning in the district's Waghama area.
A group of terrorists tried to attack the makeshift Ram temple in Ayodhya on July 5, 2005.
The four accused had provided logistic and material support to the terrorists, who were Jaish-e-Mohammad operatives.
After the Pulwama attack on February 14, Gem Tour and Travels had called for a boycott and asked tourists to opt for other destinations.
Expressing anguish over the incident, Sukma superintendent of police Shalabh Sinha condemned the act and said the Maoists kill innocent tribals and then claim to be fighting for their cause.