Chinese, Pakistani agencies lure poor, unemployed Indian youth with ease

There has been an increased attempt on the part of both Pakistan and Chinese agencies to trap Indian youth who are poor and unemployed, Intelligence Bureau officials have said. There is a systematic pattern that is in place to trap such youth and these revelations were made following the arrest of Ravi Kumar. He was arrested in a joint operation by the State Special Operations Cell and the Military Intelligence Investigations show that Ravi Kumar was poor and hence fell into the trap of the ISI.

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What a ‘Bloody’ March it was in Kashmir

was a bloody March in Kashmir. There was a spurt in the number of terror related incidents and the security forces had to be on their toes all month. An intelligence analysis suggests that this month (April) too would not be an easy one for the agencies since terrorists from Pakistan continue to make a fresh push in a bid to escalate violence.

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Pak’s behaviour towards Indian diplomats is like a school child street quarrel

New Delhi: It has been a new low by Pakistan and everyday there are reports of Indian diplomats being harassed. It has off late become very difficult for Indian diplomats to function in Pakistan as the harassment levels have hit a new low which includes targeting even the children.

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ISI redraws strategy in J-K: LeT, Hizbul go into hiding; Jaish terrorists waiting to infiltrate

New Delhi: The Intelligence Bureau has warned the Indian Army about nearly 300 terrorists waiting across the border to cross over into the state of Jammu and Kashmir. Ironically the IB reports that all these terrorists are part of the Jaish-e-Mohammad which is making a hard push to unleash terror in the Valley and neighbouring states.

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Pak’s bluff called out again: Musa speaks of ISI backed terror groups in Kashmir

New Delhi: Pakistan’s ISI stood exposed yet again and this time it was called out by Zakir Musa, the head of Kashmir’s Al-Qaeda wing, Ansar Gazwat-ul-Hind. Musa who refers to the ISI as Nimrod says that many are leaving the Pakistan backed terrorist groups and joining him.

Musa who had broken away from the Hizbul Mujahideen to join the Ansar says that it is the ISI which is at work in Kashmir and are backing terrorist groups such as the Lashkar-e-Tayiba and Jaish-e-Mohammad.

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A note verbale to Pakistan after Indian officials are harassed

India has issued a note verbale after its officials were harassed in Pakistan. Reports of Indian officials being aggressively followed have emerged in the past couple of days.

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How India outwitted Pakistan into getting Dawood aide Takla

New Delhi: On July 19 2017, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) received a message from the Interpol that the authorities in Dubai had agreed to extradite Farooq Takla, a close aide of Dawood. The CBI was all smiles as it was set to get its man it had been on the lookout for over 20 years.

It is well-known fact that both Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and his National Security Adviser Ajit Doval had played a crucial role in squeezing the Dawood empire. The visit to Dubai was a turning point and the country which was once a safe hub for Dawood had turned unfriendly due to diplomacy.

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How US convinced China to put Pakistan on the terror funding watch list

Khwaja AsifWhen Pakistan Foreign Minister, Khwaja Asif tweeted that his country had been given a three-month reprieve by the Financial Action Task Force, the message was clearly celebratory in nature.

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Pakistan will be on terror finance watchlist from June 2018

Pakistan was put back on the terror financing ‘grey list’ by the Financial Action Task Force on Friday. With China staying neutral the fortunes of the country plunged and the United States sponsored motion managed to go through.

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A horse stable, swimming academy among many assets in Hafiz Saeed’s kitty

A horse breeding stable, swimming academy, martial arts class were part of the many assets of the Jamaat-ud-Dawa which were seized in Pakistan. In addition to this a vast network of Islamist charities belonging to the Lashkar-e-Tayiba’s financial arms, Jamaat-ud-Dawa and Falah-e-Insaniyat were taken over by Pakistan.

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