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Arrested Indian accused of passing secrets to Pak ISI
Manorama Online

Arrested Indian accused of passing secrets to Pak ISI

Bhubaneshwar: The police arrested a 35-year-old man on Friday in Odisha, accusing him of passing military secrets to Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency. Police said Ishwar Chandra Behera was passing on information about missile ... Manorama Online, 5 days ago

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Man held for spying for Pak's ISI

BHUBANESWAR: Police on Friday arrested a man in Balasore district on charges of spying for Pakistani intelligence agency ISI. The development came a day after the state government sounded a high alert across the state following the Intelligence ...
 Times of India6 days ago
International Business Times India

Dawood Ibrahim shifted to Karachi from Pak-Afghan border by ISI?

Underworld don Dawood Ibrahim, wanted for 1993 Mumbai blasts, has returned to Karachi due to security concerns, as per news reports on Sunday. Dawood was reported to be hiding on Pakistan-Afghanistan border and was shifted to Karachi by Pakistan ...
 Zee News1 week ago Dawood Scared of Modi? Don Shifts Location to Pak-Afghan Border  International Business Times India1 month ago
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ISI shifts Dawood Ibrahim to Karachi from Af-Pak border?

New Delhi: Recent intelligence reports suggest that India's most wanted terrorist Dawood Ibrahim is back to his safe haven in Karachi in Pakistan after country’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) decided to shift him from the Af-Pak ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago

Pak's ISI sponsoring terrorism in India, is it a non-state actor: Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh (Photo: Twitter) New Delhi : Blaming Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in India, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said the neighbouring country is providing shelter to Dawood Ibrahim and the mob boss is currently staying ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Rajnath says Pak involved in Kashmir terror attacks  Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago Can't take Al-Qaeda's threat lightly: Rajnath Singh speaks on terrorism, Pak, Naxalism  Oneindia2 months ago India-Pak could break ice at SAARC summit  Kashmir Observer2 months ago

For Pak army, Peshawar is a game changer

Pakistan's military has been hit before. Terrorists have attacked the Army's headquarters, Navy bases, buses conveying ISI personnel, garrison mosques, and attempted to assassinate two Army chiefs. Since 9/11, the Pakistani Taliban and al Qaida have ...
 Times of India1 month ago Army warns of attacks by Pak militants ahead of Obama visit  Daily Excelsior.com2 weeks ago Army warns of attacks by Pak ultras ahead of Obama visit  Sify2 weeks ago Possible attacks by Pak militants in JK ahead of Obama visit: Army  IndiaPost2 weeks ago

4 Taliban militants given death for attacking Pak's ISI office

ess Trust of India | Lahore January 14, 2015 Last Updated at 18:05 IST An anti- terrorism court has given death sentence to four militants of outlawed Pakistani Taliban for an attack on country's powerful spy agency ISI's office in which 15 people were ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Four Taliban Militants Given Death For Attacking Pak's ISI Office  Outlook2 weeks ago 4 Taliban militants given death sentence for attacking Pak's ISI office  First Post.com2 weeks ago 4 Pak Taliban militants given death for attacking ISI office  Samaylive2 weeks ago
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Pak ISI chief visits Afghanistan; meets Afghan President

Press Trust of India | Islamabad January 12, 2015 Last Updated at 14:10 IST Pakistan's spy agency ISI chief Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul and discussed ways to increase anti-terror cooperation. It was second visit of the ISI ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Pak ISI chief meets Afghan president  The Week2 weeks ago ISI chief, Afghan president agree to boost anti-terror cooperation  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Pak ISI Chief Visits Afghanistan, Meets Afghan President  Outlook2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Rajnath Singh hits out at Pak, asks is ISI a non-state actor

+ Guwahati, Nov 29 (ANI): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday while addressing the 49th DGPs/IGs conference in Guwahati raised the issue of ISIS and called it a major security threat. He also hit out at Pakistan, saying the state ...
 International Business Times India2 months ago 'Want to Ask Pak, is ISI Also a Non-State Actor,' Says Rajnath Singh  NDTV2 months ago Rajnath Singh slams Pak over terrorism, says its state actors behind attacks in India  Hindustan Times2 months ago Want to Ask Pak,is ISI Also a Non-State Actor: Rajnath  Punjabkesari2 months ago


5 SIMI men may be planning terror strikes on instructions of Pak's spy agency ISI NEW DELHI: High alert has been sounded across India that five members of the banned SIMI, who had fled from a Madhya Pradesh jail in 2013, are planning to carry ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier1 month ago `Terrorists, who fled MP jail, may carry out attacks in India at behest of Pak ISI`  Zee News1 month ago Intel warns of possible terror strikes in Jammu and Kathua around Republic Day  Times of India6 days ago
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