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Lashkar

(ləsh`kər), city, Madhya Pradesh state, central India. Formerly the capital of Madhya Bharat state, it adjoins Gwalior town and is a modern commercial center and transportation hub. Victoria College, the palace of the maharaja of Gwalior, and a state museum are of interest.

Lashkar

a former city in N India, in Madhya Pradesh: capital of the former states of Gwalior and Madhya Bharat; now part of the city of Gwalior
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The terrorist had affiliation with banned terrorist group Lashkar e Jhangvi and carried-out various terrorist attacks in Balochistan on the command of LEJ.
According to security sources, the terrorists from across the border attacked checkposts of Aman lashkar.
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The bridge allows farmers from Babaji to move their produce to markets in Lashkar Gah, and makes moving between the economic hubs of Lashkar Gah and Gereshk more efficient.
While Zabi Ansari is still to disclose the penetration of Lashkar in India, it will take not less than three months of relentless questioning to get the full picture of Pakistani terror operations in India.
Lashkar Gah was the first district handed over to Afghan security forces and such a dreadful killing is a cruel blow to Afghan relations with the coalition, especially in the wake of the US soldier accused of murdering 17 civilians.
Within a decade, Lashkar had become Pakistan's most reliable proxy against India.
Security has improved significantly in Lashkar Gah, but concerns remain about the strength of the Taliban and corruption and incompetence among the Afghan army and police.
This article provides a recent history of lashkar formation in Pakistan, and warns that the government's support of these militias poses future risks for Pakistan by creating powerful, armed tribal forces that could eventually threaten the writ of the state in the country's northwest region.
The ISI hoped that a successful Lashkar operation would halt ongoing attrition from the Lashkar to the Taliban and al-Qaeda, Headley claimed.
Instead of meeting soldiers from the 1st Battalion Duke of Lancaster's Regiment at Shahzad, in Helmand province, Mr Cameron was diverted to the main operating base in Lashkar Gah.
Though the Lashkar has been around in Jammu & Kashmir since the early 1990s, it came to prominence with its " fedayeen" or suicide attack on a BSF camp at Baramullah that led to the death of six BSF personnel in 1999.