No, I thought you do.you fast.....
Many ppl that I know, don't access net during the day while they are fasting.
Btw I have changed my first post on this thread. The part which is highlighted in the report is what has been used by the Indian media, and I'm not surprised; "selective quoting" is a common practise on both sides of the border.
The report very clearly says that Middle East and South Asia are the places where mass terrorists attacks 're carried out more often. In the Indian subcontinent, its the Af-Pak area which has seen the most attacks. Your army is doing a good job at eliminating terrorist groups but it's efforts are watered down by the fact that Pak army has been selective so far...or so the report says.
We have a problem here...and the problem is that both India and Pakistan have a habit of contextualising terror attacks as "backed by foreign hands". Thanks to the years of mutual distrust that we share, our agencies (ISI and RAW)have to work on "fishing model". If there was a joint mechanism to counter terrorism in the region then mass terror attacks could have been prevented. But alas!