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Pakistan, Afghanistan sign intelligence deal to coordinate operations against Taliban

NSA Doval finds faults with Pak-Afghan spy agencies' deal

National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Friday said that Pakistan's spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) deal with Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS) was based on wrong assumptions. "What Pakistan wanted was to take assurance and ... Business Standard, 2 hours ago
ISI, Afghan intelligence in landmark deal New Delhi Pioneer, 1 day ago

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NDS-ISI deal officially provides window to Pakistan's interference

admin May 22, 2015 In Nation AT-KABUL: The Hizb-i-Ensijam Milli Afghanistan—National Solidarity Party of Afghanistan (NSPA)—on Friday said the memorandum of understanding (MoU) recently signed between the National Directorate of ...
 Afghanistan Times3 hours ago FARAKHABAR: NDS, ISI MoU Overshadows Nation's Political Environment  Frontier Post1 day ago Sayyaf censures govt for NDS-ISI deal  Afghanistan Times1 day ago ISI hosting Dawood Ibrahim in Pak: Intelligent Agencies  Money Control2 days ago
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Malcolm: More Don't Believe Obama, See ISIS Winning

Despite mounting evidence to the contrary, President Obama has claimed anew the United States is not losing in his war on ISIS. But now comes a new public opinion poll showing that, once again, a growing number of his countrymen do not believe the ...
 Investor's Business Daily6 hours ago More don't believe Obama, see ISIS winning  Investor's Business Daily5 hours ago

Blackbaud, Inc. to Present at the Evercore ISI Industry Cloud Symposium Investor Conference

World News: 16:29 GMT Friday 22nd May 2015 . [ ] This story CHARLESTON, S.C., May 22, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Blackbaud, Inc. (Nasdaq:BLKB), a leading global provider of software and services for the nonprofit, charitable giving and education ...
 SPi World News5 hours ago

India to US: ISI behind guesthouse hit in Kabul

In a significant move, Indian intelligence agencies have informed their US counterparts that the recent attack at a guesthouse in Kabul aimed at the Indian ambassador has been masterminded by Pakistan’s ISI to hamper India’s presence in Afghanistan. The ...
 Asian Age1 day ago India suspects ISI-backed Haqqani network behind attack  Times of India1 week ago

Pak rejects journalist's claim on Osama

under ISI protection. Foreign Office spokesperson Qazi Khalillulah rejected assertion made by journalist Seymour Hersh that Islamabad not only knew about the compound but also was on board over US mission to kill the al-Qaeda chief. "Pakistan also did not ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Osama case: CIA consultant in Pakistan is a hardline Kashmir pundit hater  One India1 week ago Osama killing: Senior US offical partly backs Hersh's claims  DNA1 week ago ISI may have had some inkling of Osama bin Laden's whereabouts, says White House  Economic Times1 week ago

Hamid Demands Scrapping of Deal with ISI

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai today demanded the immediate scrapping of a key accord signed between Pakistan's ISI and Afghanistan spy agency to share intelligence, asking the unity government not to ink such deals which went against the country's ...
 Outlook2 days ago Hamid Karzai demands scrapping of intel deal with ISI  Zee News2 days ago Hamid Karzai Demands Scrapping of Deal with ISI  Outlook2 days ago Karzai demands scrapping of deal with ISI  The Freepress Journal1 day ago

Why play cricket with Pakistan when ISI-backed terror attacks kill Indians in Kabul?

Indian interests in Afghanistan have repeatedly been hit by terrorists, mostly inspired by Pakistan-aided terror outfits. The post Why play cricket with Pakistan when ISI-backed terror attacks kill Indians in Kabul? appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com3 days ago

REVEALED: ISI officer who sold Osama's location to the CIA

Brigadier Usman Khalid also persuaded the doctor to conduct a fake polio campaign, which led to the dreaded terrorist’s assassination. Investigations reveal that the Pakistan ISI officer was paid $25 million for revealing Osama's location. A UK-based former senior officer in the Pakistan Army has been accused of being the man who sold the secret location of Osama Bin Laden to the Central Intelligence Agency. The revelation, made by Amir Mir, a prominent Pakistani journalist and ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Pak ISI officer who sold Osama secret to CIA identified as 'Brigadier Usman Khalid'  Zee News1 week ago Pak intelligence officer sold Osama secret to US for $25 mn: Seymour Hersh  Zee News1 week ago US ''certainly vulnerable'' to ISIS: Senator  Zee News1 week ago

Pakistan and Afghanistan's spy agencies sign intelligence sharing agreement

The pact between ISI and National Directorate of Security (NDS) was reached as the two sides have started cooperation in the war on terror. ISLAMABAD: In a first of its kind deal, Pakistan's spy agency ISI has entered into an agreement with its Afghan ...
 Economic Times3 days ago
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