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Don’t Blame The ISI

It didn’t create the Taliban. The elected government of Pakistan did

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17 terror camps in Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir part of dossier India prepared for Pakistan

Naveed reportedly said during interrogation that occasionally, “men who looked like they were from the army” visited the camps and gave instructions.

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Hamid Gul: ‘Father of the Taliban’ who promoted militancy in Indian Punjab

Known as the “father of the Taliban” – a moniker many in Pakistan lay claim to – Gul was the protégé of former Pakistani dictator, General Zia ul-Haq.

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Pakistan’s ex-ISI chief Hamid Gul passes away after brain haemorrhage

Gul remained ISI chief during 1987 and 1989 when the US-backed Afghanistan’s war against the then Soviet Union was at the last stages.

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Indian Statistical Institute chief Bimal Roy removed from his post

On June 8, the appointment of Bandyopadhyay as director from August 1, 2015 by the ISI Council was accepted by the government which directed that disciplinary action may be taken against Bimal Roy.

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In Taliban peace bid, Ashraf Ghani orders spies to end war on ISI

In 2008, the United States intercepted communications between Haqqani commanders with ISI officers, who directed attacks on its embassy, and that of India, in Kabul.

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Pak tried secret deal with al-Qaeda as terror group targeted India

Letters found in slain al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden’s safehouse show that Pakistan reached out to Said al-Masri.

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Pak ISI chief visits US; to discuss security, intelligence

Pakistan will also raise the issue of Taliban chief Mullah Fazlullah allegedly hiding in Afghanistan.

DRDO lensman held for ‘sharing info with ISI’

As a cameraman he had access to all the strategic places of the facility, said the police.

Alert sounded over 5 SIMI members who escaped jail

The group is suspected to be involved in a bank robbery in Karimnagar on February 1, 2014; a blast on a Bangalore-Guwahati train on May 1.

KLF chief Mintoo trained at ISI camp in Thailand: Cops

Five others from Europe were also trained at the camp in Measot — the first camp to be organised by the ISI outside Pakistan.


Suspected ISI agent arrested for passing military info: UP Police

Acting on a tip-off, UP Police arrest man suspected to be an ISI agent for passing military info to Pakistan.

Pak removes official from Lanka mission after terror charges

Pakistan’s official position is that Siddiqui had finished his tenure in Sri Lanka and hence returned to Islamabad.


Cannot put Hafiz Saeed in jail just to please anyone: Pakistan envoy

India had accused Saeed of masterminding the terror attacks in India including the Mumbai attacks in 2008.


Pak PM Nawaz Sharif lauds ISI amid controversy over attack on Hamid Mir

Presiding over a high-level meeting here, Sharif said all institutions will continue to work in synergy for the protection of public.