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Pakistan SC clips wings of armed forces, ISI; says stay away from politics, act within law

The order by a two-member bench of the apex court came while delivering a verdict on the 2017 Faizabad sit-in by the hardline Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) and other smaller groups.

ISI officer included in Panama case JIT against Sharif to 'spice it up', says Pak chief justice

Chief Justice Nisar made the remarks during the hearing of a suo moto case regarding Rs 35 billion worth shady transactions from and to the account of Zardari Group, a business owned by the former president and Pakistan Peoples Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur.

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Book of spies

There is little that is revelatory in Dulat-Durrani conversation. Track II’s task is to find a way for Delhi to talk with Rawalpindi, not just Islamabad

Mehrangate, or why new co-authored book isn’t ex-ISI chief’s only worry

Earlier this month, Durrani and former Army chief Gen Mirza Aslam Beg were summoned by Pakistan’s Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for questioning in what has come to be known as Mehrangate.

UP ATS arrests ISI suspect who worked as Indian diplomat's cook in Pakistan

An official of UP ATS said that Ramesh Singh Kanyal has confessed to his role in anti-national activities and has now been taken to Lucknow for interrogation.

Ajit Doval hasn’t changed policy, just more hardline, says ISI ex-chief General Asad Durrani

Dulat, however, argues about "his colleague and good friend" and "Modi's henchman" Doval that "As far as his capabilities go, he's one of our outstanding operational guys. He's a field man."

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MHA to house panel: Sikh youths being trained at ISI facilities in Pakistan

Senior ministry officials told the Committee on Estimates that Sikh youths settled in Europe, US and Canada are also being “misguided and instigated against India with false and malicious propaganda”.

Pakistan Supreme Court raps ISI for shoddy report on Faizabad protests

The Pakistan Supreme Court expressed dissatisfaction over the report submitted by the ISI regarding the financial details of Khadim Hussain Rizvi, the leader of the religious party behind the Faizabad sit-in in November last year.

ISI trying to revive Khalistan movement, says government

Certain elements in Pakistan are providing funds to separatists for secessionist and terrorist activities in Jammu and Kashmir as well, Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said in response to a question.

ISI-backed terror module busted in Punjab, three held

The arrested men — Gurdial Singh, Jagroop Singh and Satwinder Singh — were allegedly trained and tasked to carry out terror attacks and target various “anti-panthic and anti-Sikh forces/individuals” by Lahore-based ISYF chief Lakhbir Rode.

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Eye for Detail 15: The importance of Kartarpur corridor, Implant Files and the Maratha reservation

This week we look at the importance of the Kartarpur corridor between India and Pakistan, why you should pay attention to the revelations from Implant Files and what the Maratha reservation could lead to.

Govt. should act against ISI after Headley's deposition: Digvijaya

Ahmedabad, Feb 10 (ANI): Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Wednesday asked what other proof is needed to act against Pakistan's spy agency ISI, when 26/11 convict David Headley has revealed that ISI was supporting handlers of the Mumbai terror attacks. He further said that the centre is responsible for the nation's security

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Defence experts criticise Pak. for supporting terrorism

New Delhi, Feb 09 (ANI): Speaking about the deposition of David Coleman Headley, defence expert Major General (Retired) S.R Sinho on Tuesday said Pakistan has been refuting their role in terrorist activities since the time terrorism took its first toll on India. Sinho added that Headley is someone who was cultivated by the ISI many times. He further said that Pakistan had hardly taken any action against Hafiz Saeed. Meanwhile, another defence expert Deepankar Banerjee said there are number of other terrorist outfits that have been sponsored by Pakistan. He added that the move was indicative of a possibility of less terrorism in India. He asserted that the global opinion towards Pakistan was changing as they were the originators of terrorism.

Headley's deposition reveals close nexus between ISI, LeT: Nikam (Part 1)

Mumbai, Feb 08 (ANI): Ujjwal Nikam, special public prosecutor in the 26/11 case, said David Coleman Headley made some 'sensitive revelations' related to the case on Monday. Nikam said that Headley had worked with a smuggler to send weapons to India. He added that now it is clear that there is a close nexus between the ISI and the Lashkar-e-Taiba, as per the revelations by Headley. Nikam further said that Headley also said that he was arrested in Peshawar in 2002-2003 because he went to meet drug smugglers.

Headley's deposition reveals close nexus between ISI, LeT: Nikam (Part 2)

Mumbai, Feb 08 (ANI): Ujjwal Nikam, special public prosecutor in the 26/11 case, said David Coleman Headley made some 'sensitive revelations' related to the case on Monday. Nikam said that Headley had worked with a smuggler to send weapons to India. He added that now it is clear that there is a close nexus between the ISI and the Lashkar-e-Taiba, as per the revelations by Headley. Nikam further said that Headley also said that he was arrested in Peshawar in 2002-2003 because he went to meet drug smugglers.

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