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When The Levee Breaks: Why President Trump is battling his own intelligence agencies
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Turkish sources: CIA chief to visit, discuss security issues

US Central Intelligence Agency Director Mike Pompeo will visit Turkey tomorrow in his first overseas visit to discuss security issues, including Turkey's fight against a movement led by a US-based cleric accused of orchestrating the failed military coup, ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
US anticipated influx threat to Assam long back The Assam Tribune, 1 week ago
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JD (U) for better coordination between central, state agencies post Kanpur train mishap

With the Bihar Police claiming that Pakistan's ISI may be behind the Kanpur train mishap, the Janata Dal (United) on Wednesday called for better coordination between the central and state intelligence agencies.JD (U) leader Rajeev Ranjan told ANI that the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Snowden's lawyer rubbishes reports on Russia's possible extradition of his client to U.S.

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee Edward Snowden's lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, has termed media reports on Russia considering to send his client back to the United States as "speculations.""Those are certain speculations, which come from the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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CIA assessed Rajiv killing 5 years before he was killed

Five years before Rajiv Gandhi was killed in 1991, the US Central Intelligence Agency had prepared a very detailed and thorough "brief" on what would happen if he is assassinated or makes an "abrupt departure" from the Indian political scene. A 23-page report, titled "India After Rajiv ..." was put out as early as in March 1986 for comments from other senior CIA officials. The "sanitised" report was declassified recently by the Central Intelligence Agency. The report, whose complete title is ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago 'CIA assessed Rajiv assassination 5 yrs before he was killed'  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
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Osama bin Laden documents released by CIA: Worry over ISIS tactics, 'aging' Al-Qaeda

The documents, released by Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) show the Al-Qaeda chief determined to keep his group's focus on the United States (US) as its enemy.
 DNA1 month ago Doc who 'helped identify Osama' won't be freed or handed over to US: Pak minister  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Vice Admiral Harward rejects offer to be Trump's new national security adviser

Robert S Harward, the retired vice admiral and former Navy SEAL who was United States President Donald Trump’s top choice as national security adviser, has turned down the post. “This job requires 24 hours a day, seven days a week focus and commitment to do it right. I currently could not make that commitment,” the New York Times quoted Harward as saying. He added that he had "the opportunity to address financial and family issues that would have been challenging in this ...
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US thought India will capture PoK after 1971 war: CIA files

The United States government had thought that the then Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi might order an attack on West Pakistan to capture Pakistan-occupied Kashmir after India’s operation to create Bangladesh got over, recently declassified Central Intelligence Agency documents say. As per CIA reports and minutes of high-level meetings in Washington on Indo-Pak tensions, it was clear that the US government was readying a strategy should India smash military power of West Pakistan. US ...
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'Fight fire with fire': Trump claims torture, waterboarding work

United States President Donald Trump has suggested that he may consider reinstating waterboarding and other harsh interrogation techniques widely seen as torture, depending on the advice of Central Intelligence Agency and Pentagon chiefs, saying he wants to "fight fire with fire" when it comes to terrorism. When asked about the effectiveness of waterboarding, Trump said he "absolutely" believes it works, but would defer to his CIA and Pentagon chiefs advice on whether to reinstate them. "When ...
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Pak Govt. should urgently investigate abductions of four activists: HRW

[United States], Jan. 10 (ANI): New York-based Human Rights Watch said Tuesday that the Pakistan government should urgently investigate the apparent abductions of four social activists who campaign for human rights and religious freedom. The four men, Salman ...
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Fontes to head South Asia desk of US National Security Council

The US defence attache in India has been made in-charge of India, Pakistan and Central Asian Affairs at the National Security Council of the White House. In a routine administration postings, the Pentagon yesterday said Brigadier General Robin Fontes has been ...
 Business Standard5 days ago US military attache in India to head South Asia desk of NSA  Business Standard4 days ago
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