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The Supreme Court directed all Pakistani government agencies such as the ISI and armed forces to operate within the limits of the law and stay away from politics.
Indian investigators say propping up the TLP, which represents the Barelvis’ to keep in check the Wahhabi-inspired Jamaat-ud-Dawa.
Investigators say ISI scouring Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn to trap young Indians in defence sector, suspect 1,100 Indian IP addresses for ISI link.
Here’s what’s happening across the border: Imran Khan hails China visit and is off to Malaysia late November; Malala’s father’s biography gets published.
The accused was under the scanner of the Border Security Force intelligence wing for his suspicious activities for the last few months.
Munir was conferred Hilal-i-Imtiaz—Pakistan's second highest civilian award—earlier this year.
Here’s what’s happening across the border: Nawaz Sharif didn’t apply for parole after wife’s death; and horrifying graffiti appears on girls’ school walls.
Asad Durrani served as a three-star general in the Pakistani army and headed the ISI between 1990 and 1992.
Front page Crucial hearing in Supreme Court on Article 35A today. The SC is set to consider a petition arguing that a constitutional bench should look into why Jammu & Kashmir was given special status by Jawaharlal Nehru. Intelligence agencies have warned that the scrapping of the provision could trigger unrest in the valley and even antagonise the Kashmir police, reports The Hindustan Times. ISI 'is funding and promoting the Sikh Referendum 2020 campaign'. According to a report in The Tribune, "security agencies have intercepted digital, particularly social media, chatter to make this conclusive claim". In what the report calls a "highly sophisticated online campaign", social media apps like Facebook, WhatsApp and Telegram are being used to spread the message. Controversy over Justice Joseph refuses to die down. As he was elevated to the Supreme Court seven months after the collegium recommended his name, there is disquiet in the judiciary over an alleged government bid to...
There is nothing in the book that is not already known to most knowledgeable observers of Pakistan’s internal and foreign policies.