PAKISTAN ISI

  • 2 men accused of being ISI, IM agents try to meet Nitish Kumar February 20, 2014

    Two persons under the scanner of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) for their alleged links with Pakistan's ISI and the Indian Mujahideen (IM) on Thursday visited the Bihar Legislative Assembly to meet Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and plead their innocence. Accompanied with Independent MLA Pawan Jaiswal, who has extended support to Nitish...
  • Pakistan ISI, SIMI helping Maoists, says Bengal DGP October 18, 2012

    New Delhi: The West Bengal Director General of Police (DGP) has warned that the Maoists have links with Pakistan spy agency InterServices Intelligence (ISI). According to sources in the Home Ministry, the observation was made by the West Bengal DGP at a meet on Naxals. The Bengal police chief said at...
  • Gunmen kidnap retired Pakistan army official October 11, 2012

    Islamabad: Unidentified gunmen kidnapped a retired Pakistan Army brigadier serving in the InterServices Intelligence (ISI) agency after killing his driver near the federal capital on Thursday. The gunmen intercepted Brig Tahir Masood's car at Sihala town on the outskirts of Islamabad shortly after he left his home within the Defence...
  • ISI and Pakistan Air Force get new chiefs March 19, 2012

    Islamabad: The new chiefs of ISI and Pakistan Air Force on Monday assumed office, a day ahead of a crucial parliamentary session that will determine the contours of the future relations of the country with the US. Lt Gen ZahirulIslam went to the ISI headquarters at Aabpara in Lucknow to take...
  • ISI agent Fai expected to plead guilty today December 7, 2011

    Washington: Alleged ISI agent Ghulam Nabi Fai, charged with illegally lobbying for Pakistan and its spy agency to influence US policy on Kashmir, is likely enter into a plea agreement before a US court on Wednesday. The US Eastern District Court of Virginia on Tuesday scheduled a "plea agreement hearing" in...
  • ISI behind 26/11, Indian embassy bombing: BBC November 4, 2011

    London: Pakistan's ISI was behind the 26/11 attacks as well as the July 2008 bombing of the Indian embassy in Kabul, the BBC said in a damning report on the militaryrun spy agency that does not function "without the authority" of the Pakistan army chief. In a new twopart series titled...
  • 'ISI may act if India, Afghanistan get too close' October 27, 2011

    Washington: Accusing India of trying to create antiPakistan Afghanistan, former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf has warned that Islamabad's spy agency will need to take "countermeasures" if Afghanistan becomes too close to India. "Since our independence, Afghanistan always has been antiPakistan because the Soviet Union and India have very good relations in...