- Pakistan orders freezing of assets, impose travel ban on 'global terrorist' Masood Azhar
The US, the UK and France had moved the proposal to designate Azhar as a ‘global terrorist’ in the UN Security Council’s 1267 Al Qaeda Sanctions Committee in February, just days after the deadly Pulwama terror attack that claimed lives of 40 CRPF personnel. Azhar’s JeM had claimed the responsibility of the ghastly terror attack.Chinese envoy says Masood Azhar's "matter will be resolved"
Chinese ambassador Luo Zhaohui on Sunday assured that despite the fact China did not support call to tag Masood Azhar as global terrorist at the UNSC, the matter will be "resolved". Beijing had said its technical block was meant to buy time so the matter could be discussed and a considered step could be taken.China blocks move to blacklist Masood Azhar as global terrorist, India disappointed
With Germany being the latest to support India's bid, the proposal to designate Masood Azhar as a global terrorist was moved by France, the United States and the United Kingdom on February 27.All eyes on China as UN plans to tag JeM chief Masood Azhar as 'global terrorist'
All eyes will be on China as the United Nations is likely to tag Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as 'global terrorist'; the former had thrice blocked the process earlier.Hamza bin Laden, a probable successor of Al-Qaeda, blacklisted
A day after the United States announced a $1 million bounty on Osama Bin Laden's son, the United Nation added Hamza bin Laden's name to the sanctions list, subjecting him to a travel ban, assets freeze and an arms embargo as it described him as being seen as the "most probable successor" of the group's current leader Aiman al-Zawahiri.Hafiz Saeed files petition in United Nations to remove his name from the list of terrorists
Hafiz Saeed was listed as a terrorist by the UN under UNSCR 1267 (UN Security Council Resolution) in December 2008. He has been accused as the master mind of Mumbai terror attacks in November 2008.United Kingdom seizes properties of fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim
In a boost for Indian agencies, authorities in the United Kingdom have seized properties belonging to fugitive don Dawood Ibrahim, the media reported on Wednesday.Pakistan lends support to 'global terrorist' Syed Salahuddin
Pakistan Foreign Ministry on Tuesday released a statement supporting Syed Salahuddin, who was declared global terrorist by the United States of America.'Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist'
Hours before the Modi-Trump meet, the US on Monday declared the Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist.Top Stories