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'Elements in Pak army, ISI have worked with Taliban'
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'Elements in Pak army, ISI have worked with Taliban'

Some elements in the Pakistani military and the Inter-Services Intelligence had ‘shown a willingness’ to work with terrorist outfits, a top American Congressman has alleged after the United States said it has killed Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a drone strike deep inside Pakistan. "I think that there is an element in the ISI, an element in their security services that in the past have shown a willingness to work with terrorist organisations, especially inside ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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ISI made Haqqani Taliban's No 2 to protect him from US: Report

Pakistan's powerful Inter-Services Intelligence had brought in Haqqani network's chief Sirajuddin Haqqani as the deputy leader of the Taliban last year to protect him from the Americans, a media report said on Sunday. The New York Times, quoting Afghan and American officials, said in a report that the "closer integration of the feared" Haqqani militant network into the leadership of the Taliban is "changing the flow of the Afghan insurgency this year, with the Haqqanis' senior leader ...
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'ISI controlled Osama's Abbottabad compound'

The Abbottabad hideout of Osama bin Laden was under Inter-Services Intelligence control and a Pakistan Army doctor treated the most dreaded terrorist in the world before he was killed in a daring raid by United States commandos in 2011, according to a new book. In fact, the doctor Amir Aziz, of the rank of major, who lived in a compound near bin Laden’s hideout in Abbottabad, was rewarded by the Central Intelligence Agency with a share of the $25 million bounty the US had put up because a ...
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Pakistan probe team at Pathankot air base amidst protests

A five-member Pakistani probe team, including an Inter-Services Intelligence official, on Tuesday visited the Indian Air Force base in Pathankot, entering through the same breached perimeter wall used by terrorists in the January 2 attack, even as the Congress and Aam Aadmi Party intensified protests against the visit. The Pakistani Joint Investigation Team team accompanied by National Investigation Agency officials entered the strategic airbase from its rear side after their convoy stopped at ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago 'Pak JIT was given irrefutable evidence'  Rediff.com1 month ago Pathankot probe: Pakistan's JIT team holds meetings with NIA officers  Rediff.com2 months ago

Did ISI poison CIA chief responsible for Osama raid?

A former Central Intelligence Agency station chief in Pakistan, who presided over the May 2011 raid that killed Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, is believed to have been poisoned by the Inter-Services Intelligence, a media report said on Friday. Mark Kelton was removed from Islamabad two months after the raid on bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, citing health concerns. “Mark Kelton retired from the CIA, and his health has recovered after he had abdominal surgery. But agency ...
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'Osama's killing was a deal between US, Pak'

Osama bin Laden was in Pakistan’s detention for years and was killed after the country struck a deal with the United States, a top American journalist has claimed citing new evidence and disputed Islamabad’s assertion that it was not aware of the raid that killed the al-Qaeda leader. Legendary US investigative journalist Seymour Hersh repeated his claim that Pakistan was aware of the Navy Seals’ raid that killed bin Laden in 2011 in his compound in Abbottabad town near ...
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JeM terrorist caught in Kashmir, Aadhaar card recovered from him

In a significant catch, the Indian Army has arrested a terrorist of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed outfit in Baramulla district of Kashmir and recovered an Aadhaar card from his possession, raising serious concern in the security establishment. Abdul Rehman, a resident of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir, had infiltrated in January and was engaged in recruiting local youth for “suicide” attacks, the army said. “A special joint operation was conducted with the police, in which a ...
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India should talk to Pakistan from position of "strength": Congress

Congress on Thursday raised the Pathankot terror attack issue in the Lok Sabha and advised the Narendra Modi government to negotiate with Pakistan from a position of “strength” and not “emotions”. Just before the House was to take up Question Hour, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan allowed Jyotiraditya Scindia of the Congress to raise the issue with a rider that it would not be politicised. Amid opposition by treasury benches, Scindia recalled that the Joint Investigation Team ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Pathankot attack: NIA to send fresh Letters Rogatory to Pak

The National Investigation Agency has readied fresh Letters Rogatory to be sent to Pakistan containing the addresses of four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists who attacked the strategic Pathankot Indian Air Force base in January. The LRs are being despatched notwithstanding indications from the Pakistani side that it was not yet ready to receive Indian investigators to carry forward the probe in the January 2 attack that left seven security personnel dead. Four terrorists were also killed in the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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Modiji, reveal the deal between you and Sharif: Kejriwal

Delhi CM says no prime minister capitulated before Pakistan the way Modi did. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘invitation’ to Pakistani Joint Investigation Team, which included an Inter-Services Intelligence official, amounted to giving a ‘clean chit’ to the spy agency for the Pathankot attack and demanded that he tender an ‘apology’ for the ‘monumental’ foreign policy failure. “The ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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