Pakistan first denies having terror camps, then shuts down a few

New Delhi, Mar 28: While on one hand, Pakistan denied that there were any terror camps on its soil, on the other, it continued to shut down such camps in Pakistan occupied Kashmir.

The intelligence agencies have picked up information that instructions were given to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba by the ISI to shut down the camps. The instruction came in the wake of the Indian Army targeting Pakistan posts in the wake of ceasefire violations. The camps according to the intelligence were being run by Lashkar-e-Tayiba terrorist Ashfaq Baral.

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ISI colonel, Salim Qari, JeM trainer Maulana Moeen among those killed in Balakot strike

New Delhi, Mar 05: Amidst all the talk about the number of casualties that were caused in the Balakot air strike, there is confirmation that an ISI officer, a trainer of the Jaish-e-Mohammad and a bomb maker involved in the Pulwama attack had been killed.

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Pakistan’s ISI looking to poison ration stock of armed forces, IB warns

Srinagar, Mar 02: Security has heightened after intelligence warned that the Pakistan’s ISI and its agents are planning on mixing poison in the ration stocks of security forces in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Uri attack: The Italian connection to Indian terror

New Delhi, Feb 02: Something is churning in Italy these days and India has every reason to be worried. Back in the year 2016, the Enforcement Directorate had signalled to the authorities in Italy about a Help Services and it was suspected that it was linked to the ISI, Pakistan.

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ISI, Maoists, urban naxals: Why the 2019 LS poll is the most threatened one

New Delhi, Jan 31: There has been an intelligence report from the United States that suggests that there would be a spike in Pakistan sponsored terror attacks in India.

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Backed by ISI the Yaba Pill of Myanmar, which funds Rohingya terror India

New Delhi, Jan 29: The Indian agencies have on numerous occasions flagged the issue relating to the Rohingyas who are taking refuge in India. Amidst all the security concerns that have been raised, there are a few voices who urge for a more human approach towards them.

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How Indian Army is fighting back the outbreak of Pakistani catfishing

New Delhi, Jan 17: With incident of honey-trapping of Indian soldiers on the rise, the Intelligence Bureau has issued an advisory warning of more such attempts by Pakistan. With the social media becoming a boon for agencies such as the ISI to lay traps on Indian soldiers, a list of dos and dont’s too would issued in due course of time.

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Why honey trapping should top India’s internal security concerns this year

New Delhi, Jan 16: The arrest of an Indian Army jawan who was allegedly honey trapped revealed the extent of the might racket that the ISI has been running. Investigations even brought under the scanner 50 jawans who could have been honey trapped by the same lady, who went by the name Anika Chopra and posed as an Army Captain at the Military Nursing Corps.

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Honey trapped soldier arrested for passing information to ISI

New Delhi, Jan 14: An Army jawan posted in a tank regiment at Jaisalmer has been arrested by the Rajasthan police after he was allegedly found to be honey trapped by an ISI operative on the social media.

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ISI-Jamaat-e-Islami, Bangladesh hatched plot in UK to strike India ahead of LS polls

New Delhi, Jan 7: It has been over a week since the investigations into the busted Islamic State inspired module have commenced. When the group which went by the name Harkat-ul Harb e Islam was busted, it was said that it was inspired by the Islamic State.

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