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Postscript: Hamid Gul, 1936-2015
New Yorker

When Hamid Gul offered India peace

Former head of Pakistans Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), Gen. Hamid Gul, who died recently, has been described in the Indian media as a monster, the originator and perpetrator of terrorism against India. Yet, there is another side to his personality which needs to be disclosed, writes A A Verma in an op-ed piece for The Hindu.In early 1988, Pakistan President, Gen. Zia-ul-Haq, expressed concern that the Pakistan Army, by consuming almost 48 per cent of the nations budget, was unfairly ... Rediff.com, 2 days ago
Postscript: Hamid Gul, 1936-2015 New Yorker, 1 week ago

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Sott.net

Indian anti-corruption official: Mumbai attacks orchestrated by India, U.S., Pakistan intelligence services

Unknown Azam Amir Kasab, 21, is said to be the man pictured at Mumbai's train station carrying an assault rifle and grenades - and the only terrorist survivor. A senior Indian police officer and anti-corruption investigator last month accused the ...
 Sott.net3 days ago Pakistan Interior Minister Accuses India of Attock Blast, Funding Terror Attacks on its Soil  International Business Times India1 week ago Nahar Singh Megharikh likely to be new Bengaluru city police chief  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago India Imports of Articles of Apparel and Clothing accessories not Knitted or Crocheted rise to US$ 24.43 M in June- 2015 - InfodriveIndia.com  Press Release Ping1 month ago
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Millennium Post

FS-level talks, Indian interference on Pak agenda for NSA meet

Pakistan army chief Gen Raheel Sharif and Director- General Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar called on Premier Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday to discuss the upcoming visit of Prime Minister's Advisor on National Security and Foreign ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Foreign Secretary-level talks, 'Indian interference' on Pakistan agenda for NSA meet  DNA India1 week ago

Indian Intelligence Services Warn of Rise in Terror Activities in Kashmir

A report by Indian intelligence agencies warned about growing terrorist activity in the northern Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. The agencies also expressed concern over the online recruiting strategies being used by various militant groups in ...
 Sputnik1 month ago Most Active Militant Groups in India  MapsofIndia1 month ago
MSN India

Housing.com acquires Realty Business Intelligence for Rs 10 cr

Earlier this year, Housing.com had acquired Indian Real Estate Forum to provide trustworthy information and end-to-end services to all stakeholders. The post Housing.com acquires Realty Business Intelligence for Rs 10 cr appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com2 months ago
Yourstory.in

LeapFrog: 12 tips for India to seize the digital entrepreneurship opportunity

Three waves of digital innovation have swept across India over the past decades: the software services boom of the 1980s, the DotCom boom of the late 1990s, and the more recent wave powered by SMAC technologies (social, mobile, analytics, cloud). ...
 Yourstory.in5 days ago Defending The Cyber Frontiers of Digital India  Express Computer India1 day ago The road to Smart Cities: Data management  Dataquest1 week ago Here's why there's a need for cyber security for the Digital India campaign  Asian Age1 month ago
Oneindia

17 'missing' Indians suspected to have joined ISIS; intelligence agencies alarmed

New Delhi, Aug 25: Alarm bells are ringing for intelligence agencies in India after reports cropped up that 17 young Indians have either joined the dreaded terror group , ISIS , or are headed to its strongholds. As per a report published in The ...
 Oneindia4 days ago Islamic State group draws more Indians, alarm bells in Delhi  Indian Express4 days ago Indian IT's AI: More artificial, less intelligent  Economic Times1 month ago Intelligence warns of rise in militancy in Kashmir  Kashmir Times1 month ago
Indian Express

Hiding behind silence, holding on to occasional video chats

Lists exclusively accessed by The Indian Express show 17 Indians are now missing, reported by Indian and foreign intelligence services to be active with the Islamic State or rival organisations like Jabhat al-Nusra. One ofthem is still listed among ...
 Indian Express2 days ago ISIS in India: Around 17 'missing' set out to join the terror outfit  Deccan Chronicle4 days ago
Livemint.com

Hamid Gul, former ISI chief who nurtured the Taliban, dies at 79

New Delhi: Former chief of Pakistan's powerful military intelligence arm Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) lieutenant general Hamid Gul who is credited with creating the hardline Sunni militia, the Taliban, during the Soviet war in Afghanistan and ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Why are the Afghans wary of Pakistan?  Deutsche Welle5 days ago Tributes for Pakistan's former ISI chief bound to anger neighbours  Reuters India2 weeks ago Ex-Pakistan intelligence chief dies  BBC2 weeks ago
Dataquest

For Infosys, the chase continues but with greater aggression

Infosysperformancein FY15 wasreflective ofthe overallgrim moodof the IndianIT servicesindustry thatwas plaguedby currencyfluctuationsand pricingpressures. Infosys was yet again one of the top 5 companies in the DQ Top20 rankings for FY2015 . ...
 Dataquest3 days ago
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