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Most unwanted at Central Jail! He's a prisoner from Pak

Jodhpur: He is a 'Pak Bandi' (Pakistani prisoner) and 'Putra Namaloom' (son of unknown). Lodged at the Central Jail in Jodhpur, Zuhoor Ahmed claims to be from Pakistan and wants to return to his hometown. What's interesting is that jail authorities ... Times of India, 1 hour ago

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Pak mobile numbers found, Sardana's custody extended

After the police stated that Sameer Sardana, arrested recently to verify if he had any terror links, is in possession of cell phone numbers suspected to be originating from Pakistan; a local court at Vasco extended his remand in police custody by four days ...
 Times of India2 hours ago
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Headley deposition day two: Pak's role in 26/11 exposed

Mumbai: Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley today continued his deposition for the second consecutive day before a court here. Headley, appearing from an undisclosed location via video conferencing, continued to spill the beans on LeT ...
 Sify2 hours ago Headley deposition day two: 26/11 attacks planned one year in advance  Sify1 hour ago
Ani News

No difference between Pak's 'state and non-state actors': BJP

33 am New Delhi, Feb.9 ( ANI ): With David Coleman Headley continuing to spill the beans on LeT and the ISI's involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks , the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday said his statement establishes the fact ...
 Ani News35 minutes ago
First Post.com

Relieved, Delhi works on Pak dossier

The Indian security establishment has expressed satisfaction that David Coleman Headley did not retract during the deposition today the disclosures he had made in a confession before the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in 2010.
 The Telegraph7 hours ago David Headley's stunning revelations expose Pak role in 26/11 attack, hearing to continue Tuesday  First Post.com11 hours ago India may use Headley's info in new dossier for Pak  MSN India22 hours ago Headley reveals Pakistan hand in 26/11 Mumbai attack  Business Standard22 hours ago
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Hindustan Times

Pathankot attack: Pak team finds no evidence against JeM chief Azhar

A team, constituted by Pakistan to investigate into the attack on Indian airbase in Pathankot last month, has concluded that there is no substantive evidence to suggest that Maulana Masood Azhar, the chief of the outlawed Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) ...
 Hindustan Times3 hours ago Pathankot: Pak says no evidence against Masood  TimesNow.tv17 hours ago Not sufficient evidence to make a case against Masood Azhar: Pak  Money Control21 hours ago Pak investigation team finds no evidence of JeM chief's involvement in Pathankot attack  Siasat Daily1 day ago
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India may give Pak new evidence against ISI after Headley's witness

CHANDIGARH: An 85-year-old man and a 22-year-old gardener were killed when the Activa scooter they were riding on was hit by a PRTC bus and dragged for around 50 metres at the Sector 46/47/48/49 light point today. When this young boy got into ...
 Chandigarh Tribune14 hours ago David Headley deposition: India may give Pakistan fresh evidence about ISI officers  Economic Times15 hours ago Headley: India may give Pak fresh evidence about ISI officers  Rediff.com16 hours ago David Headley`s testimony nails Pakistan; India may provide fresh dossier to Pak on Mumbai attacks  Zee News17 hours ago
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Pune Mirror

Pak clears Masood of hand in Pathankot

A special investigation team set up in Pakistan to probe the attack on the Pathankot air base last month found no evidence implicating the leader of the group India blamed for the assault, Pakistani security officials said today.
 The Telegraph7 hours ago Pathankot: Pak gives clean chit to Azhar  Pune Mirror6 hours ago Pathankot Probe: Pak Probing Team's U-turn, Says Masood Innocent  Pragativadi19 hours ago Pak Rejects India Claim Of Jaish Chief Ordering Pathankot Attack: Reports  MyInforms21 hours ago
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Pak, Afghan spy agencies likely to revive coop deal: report

Press Trust of India | Islamabad February 8, 2016 Last Updated at 18:48 IST Pakistan and Afghanistan spy agencies are likely to revive a controversial intelligence cooperation agreement of last year after recent fence-mending interactions between their ...
 Business Standard16 hours ago Pak pushes for Taliban groups in Afghan peace process  The Statesman2 days ago Efforts to revive Afghan peace talks continue in Pak  Economic Times2 days ago Afghan, Pak intelligence chiefs hold talks to build mutual trust  Sify4 days ago
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Hindustan Times

Headley nails 26/11 to Pak door

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. Mumbai, Feb. 9 -- Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) operative David Coleman Headley told a court on Monday that he was in touch with Pakistani spy agency officers before ...
 HT Syndication6 hours ago LeT man names Pak army, ISI officials  Deccan Herald10 hours ago Headley nails role of Pak Army officials, ISI agents in 26/11  Indian Mirror17 hours ago Headley reveals ISI's 26/ 11 secret  Yahoo! India3 hours ago
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