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Balochistan arrest: Pakistan calls him spy, MEA says he retired from Navy, has no links with govt

While such allegations by Pakistan have been on an increase in the last couple of years, this is the first instance of New Delhi acknowledging the arrest across the border of an individual associated with its armed forces.

Balochistan arrest: Kulbhushan Jadhav's father, uncle worked with Mumbai police

Expressing shock at his arrest, sources identified Jadhav as the son of Sudhir Jadhav, who retired as an Assistant Commissioner of Police in Mumbai around eight years ago.

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Balochistan arrest: Ex-Navyman’s kin say he ran cargo trade, may have strayed into Pakistan

Jadhav’s relatives, Mumbai Police officer meet MEA officials; India likely to ask Pakistan for more information.

Pakistan releases 'confession video' of Indian man arrested for 'spying'

It said that the spy converted to Islam to forment terrorism in Balochistan.

Access to Jadhav: India goes slow in ‘spy’ case after Tehran launches probe

Government officials based in Tehran told The Indian Express that the information has been shared informally with New Delhi.

Raja-Mandala: Spying gracelessly

It’s natural for India and Pakistan to spy on each other. But it’s time they instituted spy swaps to bring them home when they get caught.

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India bashing Pak movie 'Waar' collects more than $900,000 at box office in first week

'Of course,India supports terrorism in Pak,' a viewer said as she left the movie theatre.

The Sarabjit Story: Two nations and many flip-flops

India took up case 14 years after conviction,Pak once raised false hope.

Attack on Sarabjit pre-planned,handiwork of ISI: former spy

Mehbood Elahi claims he was once given a blank cheque by ISI to kill a top Pak leader in Lahore jail.

Mother fights for ‘spy’ son’s release from Pak jail

Kuldip Yadav,an Indian spy,and perhaps the lone one from Ahmedabad city,is still languishing at the Kot Lakhpat jail in Lahore,Pakistan,Rajkot-based lawyer and human rights activist M K Paul has said.

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