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The Hindu - Pakistan aiding terrorism: Rajnath

“Terrorism in India is not home grown, but is externally aided… It is from Pakistan,” the Home Minister alleged.

New Delhi, 23 November 2014. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has accused Pakistan of aiding terrorists and avoiding cooperation in investigation. 360 more words

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Memburuknya Hubungan Pakistan-AS

Kepala Dinas Mata-mata Pakistan, Letnan Jenderal Zaheer ul Islam, menunda perjalanannya ke Amerika Serikat. Penundaan ini menandai kian buruknya hubungan dua sekutu yang seharusnya kompak dalam perang melawan kelompok Islam garis keras. 340 more words

CIA

Nisar offers to share proof of agencies’ meddling in politics

By: Zia Khan

The alleged manoeuvring by spy agencies to redesign the country’s political landscape continued to occupy centre stage in the National Assembly with Opposition Leader Chaudhry Nisar Khan claiming to have ‘enough evidence to prove their mad meddling’. 428 more words

Pakistan Demands U.S. Cut Drone Strikes, CIA Agents

Pakistan demands U.S. cut drone strikes, CIA agents

By Agence France-Presse via: Raw Story
Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 — 10:41 am

WASHINGTON — Pakistan has told the United States to sharply cut the number of CIA agents and special forces operating there, and to rein in drone strikes against militants, a US newspaper said Monday. 188 more words

CIA

Missing prisoners are in ISI, MI's custody, SC told

ISLAMABAD: Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and MI agencies at last declared that 11 prisoners who went missing from Adiala jail, are under their custody, Geo News reported Wednesday. 78 more words

Militants, not India, are the greatest threat to national security

“Pakistan’s intelligence agency, the ISI, has concluded that India is no longer the primary threat to the country’s security. Displacing New Delhi for the title are Islamist militias operating in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province.” Reports Foreign Policy. 428 more words

India

Mujahedeen Revisited

After yesterday’s interview with a former Mujahedeen commander, I was inspired to revisit him.  I was prepared to meet the ANA Brigade surgeon but I couldn’t locate Mir Wais, the interpreter.  1,519 more words

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