INTER SERVICES INTELLIGENCE
Five-member Pakistani investigations team leaves for India to probe Pathankot terror attack
A five-member team of Pakistani investigators tod...
HC denies bail to man accused of supplying documents to ISI
Delhi High Court has refused to grant bail to one of the five accused arrested fo...
Imran Khan's relations with mentor Gen Qamar Bajwa enter trouble zone
Gen Bajwa, the all-powerful Pak army chief, has been unhappy with overall performance of Khan-led govt.
Pathankot airbase attack: Pakistan tells India about some JeM arrests
India is said to have reiterated that it also expects Pakistan to crack down on JeM terror training camps and freeze its finances.
Pathankot attack: India gathering evidence of Pakistani involvement, but won't derail talks
PM Modi huddled into a meeting with National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar to discuss the fallout of the attack on the IndoPak engagement.
Pakistan and Afghanistan's spy agencies sign intelligence sharing agreement
The pact between ISI and National Directorate of Security (NDS) was reached as the two sides have started cooperation in the war on terror.
India seeks Interpol help to nab ISI spy Irfan Ansari
India has approached Interpol to nab Bangladeshi national Irfan Ansari, the alleged kingpin of the spy network being run by Pakistan’s ISI.
Police bust espionage ring spying for ISI, arrest BSF man and associate
A team led by DCP Bhisham Singh and ACP Malhotra laid a trap and the suspect was apprehended at a railway station. Crucial documents were recovered from him.
Hizb-ul-Mujahideen raised over Rs 80 crores in 8 years to fund terror in India: Investigators
Indian investigators have said that the Hizb-ul-Mujahideen raised over Rs 80 crores from several Pakistani sources to fund terrorist acts in India.
Civil nuclear deal with Pakistan 'ill-advised': US Senator
Pakistan's support has enabled these groups to conduct attacks on US personnel, weaken Afghanistan's government, and undermine US interests there, Cornyn said.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif leaves for US visit
He is also expected to share evidence of alleged "Indian interference" in internal affairs of Pakistan and support for militants active in Balochistan and Karachi.
Foreign Secretary-level talks, bail to Samjhauta blast accused on Pakistan agenda for NSA meet
Issues like start of FS-level talks and concerns over RAW's activities will be on the agenda, according to officials privy to the meeting.
India likely to consider another security review after Afghanistan terror attack
A hijack alert was sounded for the daily Air India flight to Kabul and extra security checks were added at the Kabul airport. A high-level team was sent for a thorough security review.
ISI hid news of Mullah Omar's death: Ex-Pentagon official
Mullah Omar, the one-eyed commander who led the Taliban for some 20 years, is reported to have died in a hospital in Karachi on April 23, 2013.
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