29 May '11, 12am

Pakistan must 'wake up' and tackle terror: India PM: NEW DELHI - INDIA'S prime minister called on Pakistan to wa...

NEW DELHI - INDIA'S prime minister called on Pakistan to wake up and tackle the 'monster of terrorism' that threatens not only itself but the South Asian region, a report said on Saturday. 'As Pakistan's neighbour we have great worries about the terror machine that is still intact in Pakistan,' Premier Minister Manmohan Singh was quoted as saying by the Press Trust of India. Mr Singh, who was returning home from Africa after a six-day trip, used his strongest language yet about Islamist militant activities in Pakistan. 'The more I see of what is happening in Pakistan, the more I am convinced that Pakistan's leadership must now wake up,' to the threat posed by militants, Mr Singh said. New Delhi has long accused its neighbour of harbouring militant groups, but analysts say it is becoming increasingly concerned that growing unrest in Pakistan could compromise the safety of t...

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