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Pakistan's next double game: Marriage with China, affair with US
Pakistan remains China's closest ally as it is actively aiding, abetting and promoting Beijing's strategic goals and hegemony in the region and the world.
Pakistan: Lt. Gen Faiz Hameed named new ISI chief
Hameed will replace Asim Munir, just eight months after the latter was appointed to the pos...
Appointment of new ISI chief signals Pakistan Army’s hardening stance
Faiz Hameed was chief of intelligence agency’s internal security wing.
Pakistan Army bars Asad Durrani, 2 ISPR ex-DGs from appearing as defence analysts
In a notification issued on Monday, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) - the media wing of the military - has allowed 26 retired officers of the armed forces to appear on media as defence analysts.
Dealing with the chaotic states of America
India will have to keep its wits about itself as it deals with an unpredictable administration.
FM releases stamp to commemorate DRI’s role
After releasing the stamp, Sitharaman stressed on the critical need for training officers of DRI in using technology and data analytics to be able to inspire confidence of citizens and deter smugglers, the finance ministry said.
13 terror financers in Jammu and Kashmir identified: Officials
Funds were provided to the leadership of Kashmir-based terrorist groups for misguiding, motivating and recruiting local youths to militant ranks.
Pakistan Army holds former ISI chief Asad Durrani guilty of violating military code of conduct
The powerful army had ordered a Court of Inquiry against Durrani over the book in which the two former spy chiefs touched upon some thorny issues including terrorism, particularly Mumbai attack, Kashmir and the influence of intelligence agencies.
Govt sets up high-level panel to check money laundering activities
The 19-member committee has five secretaries, including from ministries of finance and external affairs, and chiefs of various regulatory authorities, as well as probe agencies.
View: India needs a long-term policy that makes export of terror by Pakistan costly
Pulwama should be a wake-up call. India needs a new policy that effectively deters ISI-backed jihadists from continuing their attacks on India.
Government expands engagement with Arab leaders
Foreign minister Sushma Swaraj will also travel to Morocco, with which India has signed 40 pacts over the past two years across sectors, including defence, counter-terrorism, education and investments.
Rajnath Singh: 12% drop in communal incidents in 2018
Singh patted intelligence, security and police forces for “vastly improved” internal security, as they managed to bust many terror modules.
India would do better to assert, but not ignore, its US opportunity
The need to counter Pak’s newly found leverage with Washington, or at least to delay it, is a worry for India.
Suspected Pakistan spy arrested in Arunachal Pradesh
State Director General of Police (DGP) SBK Singh, when contacted, said Nirmal Rai had been working as an army porter at Kibithu and Dichu two border posts along the Line of Actual Control (LAC)
Pakistan to ban ex-president Zardari, his sister from travelling abroad
The JIT, constituted by the apex court on September 5, probe focused on "32 fake accounts" which were allegedly used to give massive financial benefits to Zardari, Talpur and several others.
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