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Sri Lankan Navy seizes over Rs 600 million worth drugs, role of Pakistan ISI suspected

Colombo: A special operation carried out by the Sri Lankan Navy in the seas off Negombo on Monday led to the apprehension of 4 suspects with over 100 kg of Crystal Methamphetamine (ICE) and about 80 kg of Hashish besides seizure of a multi day fishing trawler used to transfer the narcotic substances.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh statue vandalised in Lahore: ISI-Khalistanis rift emerges

Islamabad: The vandalization of a statue of Sikh icon Maharaja Ranjit Singh in Lahore city of Pakistan not only triggered condemnation from a section of the society but also brought to fore a rift between the Pak spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Pak-sponsored Khalistanis.

Terror Network: Pro-Khalistani group issues letter to discredit Milewski, journalist hits back

Islamabad: A pro-Khalistani group has issued a letter trying to discredit an article by Canadian journalist and researcher Terry Milewski where he has tried to show the nexus between the Khalistani terror network and Pakistan.

India's welfare policies for Sikhs hits hard Pakistani ISI's Khalistani push

New Delhi: Indian government's active policies to ensure welfare of Sikh community is now acting as a massive setback for Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence, media reports said.

Ex- Afghanistan intelligence chief slams Pakistan's ISI, calls it 'termites'

Kabul: Former Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil has described Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) as “termites”.

American scholar says failure to hold ISI accountable for terror complicity has damaged Pakistan's reputation

Washington:  American scholar Michael Rubin has said Pakistan's failure of several decades to hold to account the terror complicity of its spy wing  the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)  has soiled the Islamic nation's reputation.

Pakistani forces see Coronavirus as more suitable opportunity to whisk away people in Balochistan: Activists

Paris: Speakers like prominent human rights activists from Balochistan and western analysts have accused Pakistan Army of being responsible for enforced disappearances, torture and killing of intellectuals, students and political activists in the country's resource-rich province in a recent virtual conference by a Paris-based rights group of the Baloch.

Pashtun activist claims Pakistan Army committing human rights violations

Islamabad: A Pashtun activist has accused the Pakistan Army of committing human rights violations in the country's tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.

Pakistani forces killed four pro-freedom Baloch activists in Panjgur: FBM

Quetta:  The Free Balochistan Movement (FBM) recently alleged that Pakistani forces killed four pro-freedom Baloch activists and tied one of the dead bodies to the back of a vehicle and dragged it mercilessly in  Panjgur district of Balochistan, media reports said.

Daniel Pearl: ISI's hand in early release of convict Omar Sheikh suspected

A Pakistan court on Thursday commuted the death sentence of militant Ahmed Omer Saeed Sheikh- who was convicted 18 years ago for abducting and murdering the South Asia bureau chief of The Wall Street Journal- to seven years and now a certain section of the media has hinted at the role played by Pakistani spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and interior minister  Brigadier Ijaz Shah in the episode.

Baloch journalist goes missing in Sweden, Baloch National Movement doubts ISI's role

Upsalla/IBNS: Baloch journalist Sajid Hussain Baloch, who had fled Pakistan for life in 2012 and has been living in self-exile for several years, has gone missing from Swedish city Upsalla for nearly a month now, media reports said.

Kabul Sikh Gurudwara attack: Hand of Pakistani spy agency ISI suspected

Kabul/IBNS: Even as Islamic State terrorist organization claimed responsibility for the attack in a Sikh Gurdwara (temple) in Afghanistan capital Kabul city, which has claimed 25 lives so far, Intelligence sources have pointed to a Pakistan ISI link to the bloody episode which left the world shocked in the middle of a global war against coronavirus.

Pakistan appoints Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid as new ISI chief

Islamabad, June 17 (IBNS):  In a major movie, the Pakistan Army on Sunday said it has appointed Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid as the chief of the country's spy agency ISI.

Afghan and Indian experts blame Pakistan's ISI for Jalalabad blast killing 17 Sikhs

Kabul, July 3 (IBNS): Days after a suicide blast in Afghanistan's Jalalabad city in Nangarhar province on Sunday killed at least 19 people, including 17 from the minority Sikh community, the needle of suspicion is towards Pakistan's ISI though apparently the attack was carried out by the Taliban.

Former ISI chief barred from leaving Pakistan after his joint book with ex-RAW chief

Islamabad, May 29 (IBNS): A joint venture by former Pakistani spy chief Asad Durrani with his Indian counterpart AS Dulat, a former RAW chief, has landed him in the soup, as he now finds himself on the country's Exit-Control List.