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Pakistan military blamed for 1971 rout, Kargil


A Pakistani daily on Wednesday asked the military not to define 'national security', saying this had led to the 1971 birth of Bangladesh and the disastrous 1999 Kargil conflict with India.

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Indian Army lieutenant colonel honey-trapped by Pakistan

A lieutenant colonel of the Indian Army was reportedly ‘honey-trapped’ by Pakistan's intelligence agencies into spying for them, sources in the army headquarters here said Tuesday.

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Time to side with India to cut off ISI: US Senator


Contending that US relationship with Pakistan had reached a dead end, an American lawmaker has said there was a sense among Congressmen that time had come to 'side' with India to 'cut off the ISI'.

Fai communicated with ISI people in coded languages

ISI's Security Directorate was referred to as the 'library in Islamabad' while the phrase 'half a dozen Brylcreem' denoted a sum of USD 60,000 in a series of coded messages used by Kashmiri separatist

Fai pleads guilty for being ISI agent in US

In a major embarrassment to the ISI, US-based Kashmiri separatist leader Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, today pleaded guilty to federal charges of spying for the Pakistani spy agency and illegally lobbying the

Pakistan has lost control over ISI, says Mansoor Ijaz

Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz opened yet another Pandora’s Box when he claimed that the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), especially its ‘S’ wing, is not only out of the Pakistan govern

ISI taps IM’s Nepal base to sneak in arms

Despite Pakistan’s repeated assurances that it was not aiding and abetting terror in India, Pakistani national and Jaish-e- Mohammed militant Mohammed Adil, alias Ajmal, has told interrogators that Pa

NDF members try entering Sabarimala in disguise; Cops free them later


Police allegedly set free members of National Development Front (NDF) who made a bid to enter Sabarimala.

NDF is alleged to have links with Pakistan's ISI and has been under the watch of Union home

'Memogate': ISI chief meets businessman Ijaz in London


ISI chief Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha met Pakistani-American businessman Mansoor Ijaz in London to verify his claims that he helped deliver to US administration a secret memorandum in which Pakistani g

ISI authenticated secret memos: Report

The Inter-Services Intelligence agency 'conclusively authenticated' the delivery of a secret memorandum purportedly sent by Pakistan's civilian leadership to the former US military chief before army c

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