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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 month 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 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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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 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Full text of Modi's address to US Congress

Here’s the full text of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address to the United States Congress. IMAGE: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses a joint meeting of Congress in the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington on Wednesday. Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters Mr Speaker, Mr Vice President,  Distinguished Members of the US Congress Ladies and Gentlemen. I am deeply honoured by the invitation to address this Joint Meeting of the US Congress. Thank you, Mr Speaker for ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Our relationship has overcome hesitations of history: Modi to US Congress  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Modi in US: Full text of PM Modi's speech in US Congress  DNA3 weeks ago India should talk to Pakistan from position of "strength": Congress  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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'Pak JIT was given irrefutable evidence'

Pakistan media reports that the Pathankot terror attack was ‘stage-managed’ by India are seen in New Delhi as a ‘doublespeak’ by Pakistan’s security establishment. “The report in a Pakistan pro-government daily only shows that the ISI (Inter-Services Intelligence) and Pakistan army were indulging in doublespeak. India has provided irrefutable evidence to Pakistan Joint Investigation Team during their visit here regarding the involvement of Pak-based ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Why no one has gone to jail for money laundering

The Enforcement Directorate has managed to sniff out over Rs 9,000 crore as suspected haul from money laundering in a decade, but it has yet to link those against anyone successfully in a court. Image: Most money laundering cases have a foreign link to them. Photograph: Reuters     The Indian prosecution network for anti-money laundering has all the elements in place, except the criminal.    In 11 years since July 2005, when the Enforcement Directorate, or ED, was ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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No evidence of Pak hand in Pathankot attack, says NIA chief, sparks row

The reported statement of National Investigation Agency chief that so far there is no hand of Pakistan government or its agency in helping terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed carry out the Pathankot attack has triggered a sparring between India and Pakistan with New Delhi saying that involvement of its nationals 'is an accepted fact'. Even as the NIA backtracked on its chief Sharad Kumar’s statement, on its part Islamabad, touted his remarks to claim ‘vindication’ of its long ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Pathankot attack: NIA to send fresh Letters Rogatory to Pak  Rediff.com2 months ago
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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 ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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