Man suspected to be Pakistan spy detained near International Border in Rajasthan; interrogation in progress
A man has been detained on suspicion of espionage activities near the International Border between India and Pakistan in Rajasthan's Jaisalmer district, a top official said
Kulbhushan Jadhav hearing: From 'snubbed' handshake to charges of 'terror policy', India, Pakistan battled it out at ICJ
From a 'snubbed' handshake to strongly worded arguments against each other, the hearing at The Hague was peppered with some tense moments. Here's a roundup.
India urges ICJ to annul Kulbhushan Jadhav's death sentence, claims Pakistan military court's verdict based on 'farcical case'
Pakistan claims that its security forces arrested Jadhav from restive Balochistan province on 3 March, 2016 after he reportedly entered from Iran.
Pak recorded Kulbhushan Jadhav's confession before filing FIR, denied consular access: Key allegations by India at ICJ
The top UN court began a four-day public hearing in the case of Jadhav, 48, who was sentenced to death in 2017 by a Pakistani military court on charges of espionage. Representing India and Kulbhushan Jadhav in ICJ, senior advocate Harish Salve gave a fierce rebuttal to Pakistan. Here are the allegations India made on Monday:
Kulbhushan Jadhav case updates: Sitting adjourned in ICJ; Pakistan to make first round of arguments tomorrow
Kulbhushan Jadhav ICJ hearing LIVE updates: Before Harish Salve concluded his arguments for India, he sought the annulment of Jadhav's conviction and a direction that he be released. The sitting has been adjourned for the day. Pakistan will make its first round of arguments on Tuesday.
ICJ to resume hearing in Kulbhushan Jadhav case today; India had challenged death sentence by Pakistan court in 2017
The oral proceedings in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case will commence from 18 February before the International Court of Justice at The Hague, the Ministry of External Affairs said Thursday.
24 years after his illegal arrest, he was awarded a Padma Bhushan alongside 111 other Padma winners.
No evidence has been produced publicly and Huawei has repeatedly denied the accusations.
Army jawan 'honeytrapped' by suspected Pakistan ISI operative, arrested in Rajasthan on espionage charges
The jawan, identified as Sombeer Singh, was allegedly "honeytrapped" woman posing as Anika Chopra on Facebook, who claimed to be a captain in the Indian Army medical corps. The woman has been in touch with him since 2016 and used to send him lewd messages and photos.
Hamid Ansari to return to India via Wagah today: Indian national was in Pakistani custody for six years on espionage charges
Hamid Ansari had entered Pakistan on 12 November using fake identification documents to meet a woman from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province who he had befriended on Facebook. He has been in Pakistani custody since then.
Ansari, a 33-year-old Mumbai resident, is currently lodged in the Peshawar Central Jail after being sentenced by a military court to three years' imprisonment for possessing a fake Pakistani identity card on 15 December, 2015.
Western governments are increasingly wary of what they say is possible Chinese state involvement in 5G and other communications networks.
BJP activist appeals for Hamid Nihal Ansari's release from Pakistan jail; asks Navjot Singh Sidhu to intervene
A BJP activist appealed Navjot Sidhu to secure the release of Hamid Nihal Ansari who is serving a jail sentence in Pakistan and is slated for release next month.
Netflix's The Angel trailer: Thriller follows life of Ashraf Marwan, Egyptian spy who helped save Israel
The Angel is scheduled to release on Netflix on 14 September
Indian national Hamid Nihal Ansari to be deported from Pakistan in December; 33-year-old was held for illegally entering the country
Hamid Nihal Ansari, an Indian software engineer from Mumbai who has been lodged in a Pakistani jail since 2015, is set to be deported after his prison sentence ends in December.
Australia passes anti-foreign meddling laws amid claims of China's interference in country's domestic politics
Australia has passed a package of new laws aimed at preventing foreign interference in elections and domestic affairs of the country.
Symantec described its findings to Reuters ahead of planned public release. It said the hackers had been removed from infected systems.
A federal jury on Saturday convicted a former CIA officer on espionage charges related to his transmission of classified documents to a Chinese agent.