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US admits ISI-Taliban link, allays India's Afghan worries

Days after India-Pakistan talks broke down on the issue of terror, the US on Thursday pointed out links between the Taliban and Pakistani spy agency ISI and assured India that its role in Afghanistan

Diplomat Madhuri chargsheeted for passing information to ISI

Delhi Police on Tuesday chargesheeted disgraced diplomat Madhuri Gupta accusing her of passing secret information to Pakistan's ISI during her posting in Islamabad.

Gupta, who was arrested in April,

BJP regret's Krishna's silence when Pillai attacked by Pak FM

The BJP on Friday regretted that the home secretary, Mr G.K. Pillai was not "defended" by the external affairs minister, Mr S.M. Krishna, when he was "openly castigated" by Pakistan's foreign minister

'Dialogue can't move forward till Pak concerns understood'

Accusing India of being "selective" in its approach, Pakistan on Friday said the dialogue cannot move forward till its concerns were also understood by New Delhi.

"If we focus more only on those iss

Krishna says no acrimony between India, Pak

As Pakistan took exception to the home secretary, Mr G.K. Pillai's recent remarks on ISI's role in Mumbai attacks, India on Friday said that there is no acrimony between the two sides on the issue.

Qureshi does not deserve to be foreign minister: BJP

Calling India-Pakistan talks a "non-starter", BJP leader and former foreign minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, on Friday lashed out at Pakistan's foreign minister, Mr Shah Mehmood Qureshi's, hostile remarks

No comment on Headley's revelation regarding 26/11 attack: US

US has refused to make any remarks on the revelations made by Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley to Indian investigators, on ISI's involvement in the Mumbai terror attack.

"I don't s

US: Terror camps still active in Pak

July 8: The Obama administration has maintained that it is receiving significant counter-terrorism contribution from Pakistan, even as a fresh chargesheet filed by the US department of justice reveale

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