INTER SERVICES INTELLIGENCE
Around 100 Kashmiri youth who visited Pakistan on visa in last three years are missing
The security establishment has found that in the last three years around 100 youth from Kashmir who travelled to Pakistan on a visa are missing. "They have either never returned or have returned but are missing," said an IPS officer adding that they can be part of 'sleeper cells' of terror organisations.
Afghanistan accuses Pakistan of supplying thousands of explosives to the Taliban
Presenting a report at a security related meeting over the w...
Pakistan's basic threat is from internal challenges: Former ISI chief Asad Durrani
Durrani, who headed the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) ...
PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz dares 'puppet' PM Imran Khan to question ISI over phone tapping
"This puppet and selected premier Imran even does not have the courage to ask the ISI as why it is taping his calls. He should tell the ISI that it is not the work of the institution that comes under the prime minister," said Maryam, the daughter of deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
United States missed clues about Pakistani-American LeT spy till too late
Daood Sayed Gilani, who used the name David Coleman Headley, made five spy missions to India on behalf of the Pakistan government-back terrorist organisation Lashkar-e-Taiba to map out its deadly 26/11 raid in 2008 in which ten Pakistanis killed 165 people, including six Americans, and wounded more than 300 people.
Pakistan to form new national intelligence body to coordinate country's spy agencies
Although there have been discussions about the establishment of the coordination forum, its terms of reference and modus operandi would be decided once it formally takes shape, Dawn newspaper quoted a senior security source as saying.
Pakistan Interior Minister threatens opposition parties with Taliban attacks
"These kinds of irresponsible statements by the federal ministers have already caused a difficult situation for Pakistan in Financial Action Task Force," he said, adding that the ministers through such statements were in fact "validating" the allegations being levelled against Pakistan by the world.
Move to 'kidnap' Sindh IGP to register FIR 'brainchild' of Pakistan interior minister
Pakistan government and the Army have been facing flak over the recent 'Karachi incident'. A major crisis erupted in the country, with the police in the Sindh province putting up a determined fight against the all-powerful military for "kidnapping" Sindh IGP Mushtaq Mehr, during Awan's arrest saga.
Indian Army soldiers in Kashmir are being trained to kill drones at 15 Corps Battle School
The Indian Army has adopted a new training module for their troops deployed in Jammu and Kashmir for counter insurgency and counter terror operations. Trainers at 15 Corps Battle School, wherein specialised combat training is imparted through real life situations, are now being educated on how to thwart emerging threats due to drones.
Pakistan Opposition parties come out openly against powerful military
In the past, political leaders have only indirectly pointed to the involvement of the military establishment in the country's political affairs but this is the first time that the leaders of the two main Opposition parties -- the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) have openly criticised the military.
ATS arrests HAL employee for supplying aircraft info to Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence
According to sources, the 41-year old employee of the state-owned aerospace and defence company, was honey trapped into sharing information, “on Indian fighter aircrafts and their sensitive details, along with the information related to HAL, its unit at Ojhar and the prohibited areas inside the manufacturing unit to the ISI,” sources added.
HAL employee arrested for supplying aircraft information to Pakistan's ISI
MUMBAI: A Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) employee has been ar...
I would have sacked army chief if Kargil war was conducted without informing me: Imran Khan
Nawaz Sharif, who was the prime minister during the Kargil war, has long maintained that he was not aware of what was happening when the conflict broke out in 1999. He says the then army chief Gen Pervez Musharraf had attacked Kargil without informing him.
Terror infrastructure intact in Pak; airdropping of weapons by drones new challenge: BSF
Inspector General of Border Security Force (BSF), Jammu frontier, N S Jamwal said all security agencies are alive to the new security challenges and are maintaining tight vigil to scuttle the nefarious designs of the enemy forces.
Minus Formula’s gains steam in Pak politics as deep state explores alternative to Imran
‘Minus Formula’ would imply the exit of Khan and entry of a new PM. While there is no timeline to Khan’s exit strains are visible in the relationship between Khan and Pak’s ‘deep state’, ET has reliably gathered. Public discussions and media reportage within Pakistan refer to emerging strains in ties between the former cricket captain and the ‘deep state’.