ISI planning Pathankot like attack on military base in Rajasthan&

New Delhi, Oct 22: The Intelligence Bureau has sounded an alert after inputs about a possible terror attack on a military base in Rajasthan were received.

The ISI is planning a major terror strike on the lines of Pathankot in Rajasthan, an Intelligence Bureau official told OneIndia. The job has been entrusted to the Jaish-e-Mohammad, the official also said. 

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The ISI connect: Gautam Navlakha united ‘intellectuals’ to defeat a democratic govt

Gautam Navlakha

New Delhi, Oct 15: In a major development in the Bhima-Koregaon case, the National Investigation Agency said Gautam Navlakha had sought clemency for an ISI agent, who was convicting the United States in a terror funding case.

Further the NIA said that his job was to unite intellectuals against the government forces. 

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ISI link, India and beyond: NIA exposes dangers of urban naxals, their friends in the jungles

New Delhi, Oct 10: The National Investigation Agency has unearthed the strategy and tactics adopted by the naxals to carry out a so-called urban revolution with their frontal outfits.

Besides this the funding activities of the Maoists and their sympathisers to carry out naxal related work in rural and urban areas also came to the fore, the NIA said in its chargesheet in the Bhima Koregaon/Elgar Parishad case.

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HAL employee arrested on charges of passing info on Indian fighter jets to Pakistan

New Delhi, Oct 09: The Anti Terrorist Squad has arrested an employee of the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited for allegedly providing information to the ISI.

The Nashik unit of the ATS arrested one HAL employee for supplying secret information about the Indian fighter aircraft and their manufacturing unit to the Inter-Services Intelligence, Pakistan.

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In the Turkey-Saudi tussle, how Pakistan was snubbed

File Photo of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, right, meets with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.

New Delhi, Aug 21: It appears as though in the battle between Saudi Arabia and Turkey, Pakistan has been snubbed. Pakistan’s Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa and ISI DG Lt. General Faiz Hameed during their visit to Riyadh failed to get an audience with Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.

Instead they got to meet with defence minister Khalid bin Salman bin Abdulaziz.

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To observe August 5 as Black Day in J&K, Pak Army, ISI put out detailed flow chart

Imran-KhanNew Delhi, July 31: The number of terrorists getting killed in the Valley is up and the infiltration bids have been foiled several times. There is also a major decrease in the number of violent protests on the streets of Jammu and Kashmir, ever since the Parliament of India abrogated Article 370.

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From terror attack at Ayodhya to massive propaganda, ISI has a lot planned for August 5

ayodhya3aNew Delhi, July 29: The ISI is plotting a terror attack in Ayodhya, the Intelligence Bureau has learnt. IB sources tell OneIndia that Pakistan’s ISI is planning on launching an attack before August 15, with the Lashkar-e-Tayiba. The IB also says that a team of 5 persons of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba has been kept ready for the attack.

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In S A S Geelani’s exit from Hurriyat, an ISI conspiracy hatched in PoK

geelaniNew Delhi, July 02: Kashmiri hardliner, Syed Ali Shah Geelani had last week, announced his exit from the Hurriyat Conference faction.

His exit comes after he had headed it for 17 years. While exiting, the grouping, he raised the cross border drug trade issue, which is sponsored by Pakistan’s ISI.

De-coding the myth called Sajid Mir, the ISI’s top asset

Sajid Mir. Photo courtesy: domain-b

New Delhi, June 29: The United States in its Country Reports on Terrorism has flagged Pakistan for not taking action against 26/11 attack plotter, Sajid Mir and Jaish-e-Mohammad chief, Maulana Masood Azhar. While a lot is known, written and said about Azhar, there is very little that one knows about Sajid Mir.

He remains one of the power important and powerful asset of the ISI and Lashkar-e-Tayiba. He had in fact played a major role in the 26/11 attack and was also David Headley’s handler.

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Two Indian officials in High Commission at Pakistan likely in ISI custody

high-commissionNew Delhi, June 15: Two officials of the Indian High Commission are missing in Pakistan. Sources said that the two officials have gone missing.

Indian officials say that they are awaiting more information on the same. There has been marked tensions between India and Pakistan off late.India has got in touch with the officials in Pakistan for more information, the source cited above also said.

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