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On high alert! ISI man's arrest sets off security fears in South
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On high alert! ISI man's arrest sets off security fears in South

With the arrest of another Sri Lankan national for alleged spying for Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, central security agencies have stepped up surveillance of vital installations including defence and foreign consulates in southern parts of the country. After initial leads from central security agencies, National Investigation Agency arrested Arun Selvarajan in Chennai last week and allegedly recovered some incriminating documents including layout plans of country’s defence ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Pakistan's new ISI chief in saddle

Islamabad: Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar, a close confidant of Pakistan’s Army Chief, today took over as the new head of the powerful spy agency ISI. Akhtar assumed charge of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) after the retirement of his predecessor ...
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Khalistan militant's arrest thwarts terror strikes in Amritsar, Delhi

A Khalistani terror group has received the backing of Paksitan’s ISI, reveals its chief in chilling confessions to the Punjab police after his arrest.  In a major anti-terror operation, the Punjab police on Thursday arrested a wanted militant Rattandeep Singh from Uttar Pradesh’s Gorakhpur, 15 years after he reportedly fled from Haryana police custody. Singh, allegedly trained by Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, was made chief of a revived Khalistan terror group -- ...
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Sri Lanka, the new recruitment hub for ISI

Pakistan’s external spy agency is trying to push its South Indian agenda The birth of the Bodu Bala Sena, an extremist Singhalese Buddhist nationalist organisation in Colombo in 2012 was a significant event. The organisation was formed to enforce Buddhist supremacy in Sri Lanka, mainly targeting Christians and Muslims in the country. The formation of this organisation was a turning point for Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence, which had for years been trying to get a foothold in ...
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As India remembers 26/11, jihadist threats multiply

Through its early days to the 1980s, Pakistan sought to expand its sphere of Islamic influence through Afghanistan to Central Asia and got Pakistani citizens recruited in the Afghan government institutions in the 1990s when the Taliban were power. Now, it is looking eastward through India to Bangladesh and Myanmar to establish an imaginary caliphate. On the sixth anniversary of 26/11 attacks, India faces primarily two kinds of jihadist terror threats. One, as a society, it is witnessing the ...
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Al Qaeda offshoot plans attacks on Indian vessels at sea

There are ample indications to show that the newly-launched Al Qaeda in the Indian Sub-continent headed by Indian-born Asim Umar will seek to attack India through the sea rather than land. After two previous unsuccessful incidents, yet another alert has been sounded stating that the AQIS will make attempt to target naval bases in the south with an intention of carrying out targeted strikes on Indian and United States navy vessels, states a report by the Indian Intelligence Bureau to the Home ...
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Why India bashing no longer works in Pakistan

The India card is now almost obsolete. There are more pressing challenges. People of Pakistan are fed up with years of bad governance, corruption and broken promises of successive governments. However, the politicians and former generals are still provoking sentiments on what is happening on the Line of Control for petty political gains, says Shahzad Raza. Bilawal Bhutto was first to pelt the stone. Then came Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who hurled several. And now General Pervez Musharraf has ...
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'Natural partners' India and US script new chapter in ties

In their first-ever summit meeting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and United States President Barack Obama discussed a broad range of issues, including cooperation in defence, security, energy economy and space. Photographs by Paresh Gandhi / Rediff.comFurthering Indo-US cooperation on terrorism, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Barack Obama on Tuesday agreed to make "joint and concerted efforts" to dismantle safe havens for terror and criminal networks like Lashkar-e-Tayib, ...
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China's dilemmas in Af-Pak region

The developments in Af-Pak region, particularly the fall out of Pak political paralysis, would make President Xi Jinping’s task a little more complicated, says Colonel R Hariharan. Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Pakistan to be scheduled along with his visit to India this month has been cancelled. It was strategically a very important visit for both China and Pakistan and a lot of preparation had gone into it. Evidently, the cancellation was related to the political ...
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Lankan Tamil ISI agent's arrest shows Pak's agenda for south

An event management firm which claims to have organised events in Chennai for high profile singers, was in reality a firm which carried out espionage activities for Pakistan’s external spy agency the Inter Services Intelligence. The arrest of Arun Selvarajan is another reminder of how the ISI is trying to push its south India agenda. The National Investigation Agency, which has been handling this case, has with it operatives such as Sakir Hassan, Thameem Ansari and now Selvarajan who came ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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