A top White House official said Sunday there’s currently no evidence that Pakistan knew Osama bin Laden was hiding there, but added the country must investigate the Al-Qaeda leader’s “support network.” “There…
The United States has asked Pakistan to show ‘concrete actions’ to prove commitment in the war against terrorism and sought an explanation from Islamabad on ignorance about slain Osama bin Laden’s hideout.…
The administration of US President Barack Obama has demanded the identities of some of the top Pakistani intelligence operatives as United States tries to determine whether any of them had contact with…
The US military classified the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) as a terrorist support entity in 2007 and used association with it as a justification to detain prisoners in Guantanamo Bay, The New York…
US authorities describe the main Pakistani intelligence service as a terrorist organisation in secret files obtained by the Guardian. Recommendations to interrogators at Guantánamo Bay rank the Inter-Services Intelligence Directorate (ISI) alongside…
KARACHI – The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday ordered the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) director general (DG) to submit a statement on two missing employees of the Malir District Courts by April 28. A division bench comprising Justices Maqbool Baqar and Ghulam Sarwar Korai was hearing the disappearance case of Shafqat Brohi and Agha Yasir, who were allegedly abducted on February 22.
After Brohi and Yasir went missing, SHC Chief Justice Mushir Alam took suo motu notice of
LAHORE – The Central Investigation Agency (CIA) has established its own spy network in the tribal areas of Pakistan, reported The Economic Times newspaper while quoted various sources.
The US said the CIA no longer required any collaboration with the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to specify targets for drone strikes. According to a US official, the network was developed during the last two years.
The newspaper says the meeting between the spymasters, CIA Director Leon
ISLAMABAD – Request by the ISI for a cut in the number of US Special Forces trainers working in sensitive regions in Pakistan is due to fears they are also spying, according to Pakistani sources with knowledge of the request, illustrating the extent to which growing mutual mistrust is hampering security co-operation, according to a Reuters report. The request was conveyed when ISI chief General Ahmad Shuja Pasha visited his counterpart Leon Panetta at CIA headquarters on Monday.
ISLAMABAD – Opposition leader in the National Assembly Nisar Ali Khan on Monday linked the release of CIA contractor Raymond Davis to the extension in the service granted to ISI Director General Ahmed Shuja Pasha.
Opening the debate on the presidential address to the joint session of parliament, the PML-N leader said, “I think we need to focus who got extension (in employment) after three days of the release of Raymond Davis… the nation needs to know who played what part in his
ISLAMABAD – Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt Gen Ahmed Shuja Pasha will leave for Washington today (Monday) to iron out ISI’s differences with the CIA. Sources told Online that the purpose of Pasha’s visit was to remove some misunderstandings between ISI and CIA which arose over the issue of Raymond Davis.
Sources said General Pasha would also raise the issue of drone attacks in the Tribal Areas of Pakistan. The ISI director general has been invited by CIA
ISLAMABAD – Director General Inter-Services Intelligence(ISI) Lt.Gen. Ahmed Shuja Pasha would visit Washington from April 11 (Monday) to iron out differences emerging between prime intelligence agencies ISI and CIA.
Sources told Online that the purpose of Pasha’s visit is to remove some misunderstandings between ISI and CIA, which appeared between two agencies on the issue of Raymond Davis.
The sources said that General Pasha would also raise the issue of drone attacks on
ISLAMABAD – ISI chief Lt General Ahmed Shuja Pasha will reach Washington on April 15 as part of a high-level Pakistani defence delegation that will hold talks with US authorities on anti-terrorism cooperation and bilateral security and defense relations.
General Pasha is visiting the US along with other security officials on an invitation by Washington to discuss the various aspects of cooperation between Islamabad and Washington against terrorism. He will also apprise the
ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani has advised President Asif Ali Zardari to extend Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lt General Ahmed Shuja Pasha’s service for another two years, Online news service reported.
Since Pasha is already serving an extension, extending his service further requires a favorable advice of the prime minister to be duly approved by the president. Therefore, Gilani has already moved a summary to the president, sources privy to
ISLAMABAD – The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has sought details of Raymond Davis-like CIA agents operating in its territory from the US as a major condition to move ahead leaving behind the Lahore incident, in which two Pakistanis were killed by the detained American spy.
US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director Leon Panetta made a telephone call to ISI chief General Ahmad Shuja Pasha on Saturday to discuss the contentious issue of Davis that has generated a grave
KARACHI – The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Saturday issued notices to the director generals (DGs) of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Pakistan Rangers (Sindh), and the Sindh Home Department secretary seeking explanation over the disappearance of two Malir judicial staffers.
The SHC division bench comprising Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Shahid Anwar Bajwa was hearing a constitutional petition moved by Shah Muhammad Brohi seeking the whereabouts of his brother, Shafqat
ISLAMABAD – The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency is ready to split with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the United States because of frustration over what it calls heavy-handed pressure and its anger over what it believes is a covert US operation involving hundreds of contract spies, according to an internal document obtained by The Associated Press (AP) and interviews with Pakistani and US officials, The Washington Post newspaper reported on Thursday.
KARACHI – Political parties have taken a U-turn after chief of the premier intelligence agency met with President Asif Ali Zardari, sources told Pakistan Today.
The political situation of the country suddenly changed after a surprise visit of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief to Karachi on Saturday night. Upon his arrival in the city, the ISI chief met twice with the president. “Had there been any scheduled high-profile visit, security agencies would have been informed