Modus Operandi: Babbar Khalsa raises funds in Canada, ISI channelises it for terror at Wolverhampton

New Delhi, Apr 20: The recent chargesheet filed by the National Investigation Agency against 7 operatives of the Babbar Khalsa International in connection with a narco smuggling case clearly suggests that the ISI continues to be backed heavily by the ISI, which is aiming cause a huge unrest in the country. 

When a clean up act was launched in Punjab against the Khalistan terrorists, several of the top brass fled to Pakistan and took shelter with the help of the ISI. In 2012, the Intelligence Bureau put up a report indicating that the Babbar Khalsa was attempting a comeback in India with the help of the ISI. 

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NIA charges ISI agent in UP espionage case

New Delhi, Feb 26: The National Investigation Agency has filed a supplementary chargesheet against one Rajakbhai Kumbhar in connection with an ISI related espionage case. 

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Bigger picture: Toolkit aimed at fanning violence to strengthen Kashmir-Khalistan desk

New Delhi, Feb 16: A suspect connected to the ISI running psy-ops against India has come once again under the radar of the Delhi Police, probing the toolkit case.

Peter Friedrich, who finds a mention in the toolkit document is now under probe. The Delhi Police are trying to ascertain why his name features in the document that was tweeted Greta Thunberg. 

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Delhi on ‘very high alert’ as ISI backed Khalistan forces look to infiltrate tractor parade

New Delhi, Jan 26: The national capital is on a state of very high alert as the farmers get ready to take out a tractor parade. The Intelligence Bureau has warned that pro-Khalistan elements backed by Pakistan’s ISI would look to hijack the protests and disrupt peace in Delhi.

On Monday, the Delhi Police said that over 300 Twitter handles had been traced to Pakistan that were created to sabotage the rally. The proscribed outfit, Sikhs for Justice has been threatening strikes and has even tried to influence the farmers’ protest on several occasions.

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The 150 meter ISI engineered tunnel was used by terrorists for 8 years

New Delhi, Jan 25: The Border Security Force on Saturday found a 150 meter long tunnel in Jammu and Kashmir, which was used by Pakistani terrorists to infiltrate into India.

The 30 feet deep tunnel was detected between Border Post number 14 and 15 near the BSF’s outpost at Pansar in Kathua district. The tunnel appears to be at least 8 years old a BSF official told OneIndia, while adding that this could have been used for long.

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Pakistan’s new infiltration routes: Sophisticated ISI, army engineered tunnels

New Delhi, Jan 13: Pakistan made yet another attempt at infiltrating its terrorists.

The Border Security Force (BSF) has detected a trans-border tunnel along the India-Pakistan International Border in Bobbiyan village in Hiranagar sector of Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. 

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Pakistan finding very little success in terror infiltration bids

New Delhi, Jan 06: The Border Security Force is on high alert following intelligence inputs about the large presence of terrorists near the Line of Control. Ahead of the DDC polls, the ISI had sent a large number of terrorists close to border and was making attempts to aide their infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir.

Their specific brief was to disrupt the elections and target the local leaders. However the Indian security forces who were on very high alert managed to foil these attempts being made by the ISI backed terrorists. 

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India gears up as ISI’s Lashkar plots bombings with Chinese commercial drones

New Delhi, Jan 01: The Indian Intelligence agencies have flagged threats posed by the Chinese commercial drones being used by the ISI backed Lashkar-e-Tayiba to ferry firearms into Indian territory.

There have been several instances when the drones from Pakistan have dropped off arms, ammunition and drugs into Indian territory. However the Intelligence Bureau has warned that in addition to this, the drones that are capable of carrying loads could be used to bomb targets closer to the border.

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Khalistan separatists are looking to take the ISI’s Kashmir route in India

New Delhi, Dec 28: Over the past few weeks, the agencies, the National Investigation Agency in particular has swung into action to bust modules relating to the Khalistan movement.

Last wee an absconding Khalistan terrorist Gurjeet Singh Nijjar, who was hiding in Cyprus (Europe) was arrested at New Delhi Airport by the National Investigation Agency. 

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Big Chinese spy racket linked to Pakistan’s ISI busted in Afghanistan

New Delhi, Dec 21: China and Pakistan have been working closely to undertake espionage activities. The Afghan National Directorate of Security recently discovered a dense network of Chinese spies, who were trying to influence the geopolitical dynamics in the region. The NDS had on December 10 cracked down on the network and arrested a Chinese intelligence operative Li Yangyang.

He had been operating in the country since July. He was arrested from his Kabul residence and the NDS recovered arms, ammunition and explosives including Ketamine powder.

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