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India to Examine ‘Spy Pigeon Working For Pakistan’

JUN 12, 2018 — Amritsar police on Monday said it would have a pigeon x-rayed over suspicions of spying for Pakistan, Times of India reported. As per the details, police in Ajnala town of Amritsar district would have the bird examined to ascertain it did not have any spy gadget embedded in its body and to rule out the possibility of any coded messages. According to the Times of India, the pigeon was found by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) close to the border with Pakistan and was later handedRead More


Ex-Spymaster Durrani Could Face”Conduct Unbecoming” Charges, Barred From Leaving Country

Durrani apparently failed to give a satisfactory reply, which led the army to constitute a Court of Inquiry to be headed by a three-star general to probe the ex-spymaster’s actions May 29, 2018 (DESPARDES/PKONWEB) — The Pakistan Army on Monday set up a ‘court of inquiry’ to probe former director general ISI retired Lt Gen Asad Durrani’s collaboration with former Indian spy agency RAW chief A.S. Dulat, on a book recently published in India that has stirred heated controversy. The army has also asked the government to impose travel banRead More


Between The Lines, Former ISI Chief Re-Calibrates Sharif’s Kargil Narrative

*** Musharraf had grounds to launch Kargil operation ‘preemptively’ *** Sharif gave the ‘go ahead’ but was not aware of the ‘extent’ of the operation *** Sharif had better options than going to Washington IRSHAD SALIM (May 23, 2018) — In the year 2000 — a year after the Kargil ‘mini war’ between Pakistan and India — one Indian general accepted that India had plans to make a further ingress into Siachin glacier like it did in 1984. Musharraf’s Kargil operation was nothing but a preemptive strike to prevent IndiaRead More