A total of 32 espionage modules backed by the Inter Services Intelligence have been neutralised in the country in the last three years and 50 people, including 40 Indians, have been arrested in this regard, the Lok Sabha was informed on Monday. In a written reply to the House, Defence Minister A K Antony also said the Border Security Force has reported Chinese commercial and military activities in Pakistan's Sindh province, close to the India-Pakistan border. "A total of 32 ISI-backed ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago
32 ISI espionage modules neutralized: Antony - NewKerala.com, 1 week ago
India neutralised 32 ISI-backed espionage modules in three years: Antony - Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
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Siliguri (West Bengal): Four suspected undercover agent of Paksitan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency were arrested in Darjeeling district in West Bengal on Sunday. According to reports, One of the nabbed was a retired Indian defence ...Daily Bhaskar, 4 hours ago Four ISI linkmen arrested from Darjeeling Prokerala, 6 hours ago
Last week popular messaging services BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) and WhatsApp got the media attention in India when the spot fixing controversy erupted.Reports say that the accused in the case used these services in their alleged interaction with the ...Manorama Online, 9 hours ago
Jaipur, May 18: A man working with an Indian Army unit in Jaipur has been spying for Pakistani intelligence agency ISI and used his position to leak confidential strategic information about the Army to Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence, police sources ...One India, 1 day ago Man in Indian Army spying for ISI, arrested PardaPhash, 1 day ago 'ISI spy' held in Jaipur for leaking Army secrets Indian Express, 1 day ago Army clerk arrested for passing on classified data to ISI agent in Nepal India Today, 1 day ago
Jaipur, May 18 (IBNS) A Pakistani spy allegedly working for the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has been arrested for leaking secret, strategic information about the Indian Army to the premier intelligence service of the neighbouring country.India Blooms, 1 day ago
Lahore - In what appeared to be a tit-for-tat assault, a 52-year old Pakistani prisoner, Rana Sanaullah Haq, serving a life term in a jail in Jammu, was brutally attacked by Indian inmates on Friday. There is outrage across Pakistan over the ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago India: Watershed unlikely from Pakistan election GlobalPost, 3 days ago Sharifs India moment Khaleej Times, 4 days ago India hopes for good relations with Pakistan under new Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Sri Lanka Island, 6 days ago
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Facing a serious charge that he had aided Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), A. Thameem Ansari, a former activist of the Students Federation of India, claims that he has been made a scapegoat by the authorities. A native of ...The Hindu, 4 days ago Know more about ISI, Pakistan's spy agency IndiaTV News, 2 months ago ISI spy nabbed in Pokhran for leaking IAF details Rediff.com, 2 months ago Suspected Pakistani spy caught in Pokhran Jagran Post, 2 months ago
Skift , a New York-based travel intelligence media company that offers news, insight, data, tools and services to the travel industry and also caters to travellers, has raised an additional $1.1 million in seed funding, led by Lerer Ventures. The ...Techcircle.in, 4 days ago
By Vivek Katju In February 1999, the Pakistani defence services chiefs, including Pervez Musharraf, called on then Indian Prime Minister in Government House, Lahore. As the call concluded, a Pakistani minister emphatically told this writer that the ...Economic Times, 4 days ago
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