How much of a long rope the army leadership gives to the Imran Khan government may depend on a variety of complex factors over the next few months
Probe to ascertain if Amarinder's Pakistan friend has links with ISI, says Punjab deputy CM Randhawa
Hitting back, Amarinder said Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa was now resorting to personal attacks and instead of focusing on law and order he has put the DGP on a 'baseless investigation'
'No differences': Pakistan minister rubbishes reports of conflict between Imran Khan and army chief over new ISI appointment
The Pakistani Army had announced last week that Lt Gen Nadeem Ahmed Anjum was appointed as the new Director General of the ISI in place of Lt Gen Faiz Hameed
The Pakistani nuclear scientist died at the age at 85 lamenting why his destiny could never really be fulfilled or acknowledged by an ungrateful nation and its ‘spoilt brat’ military establishment
Opinion | Why Imran Khan should be wary of Lt General Faiz Hamid who is poised be the next Pakistan Army chief
The appointment of ISI chief Lt General Faiz Hameed as a Corps Commander gives him a shot at becoming the Army Chief next year when General Qamar Bajwa’s term ends.
Presently posted as Corps Commander of Pakistan’s V Corps in Karachi, Lt Gen Nadeem Anjum is a battle-hardened soldier who will take over from Lt General Faiz Hameed
Pakistan Army transfers ISI chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed as Peshawar Corps Commander in surprise reshuffle
Hameed was appointed as head of the spy agency on 16 June, 2019, in a military shake-up. He had previously served in the ISI as the head of internal security
Teenage terrorist held on Line of Control reveals Lashkar-e-Taiba still operates in plain sight across Pakistan
Fired up by its triumph in Afghanistan, and the pressure the Indian Army faces on its eastern border with China, the ISI might be lifting the shackles it placed on jihadists in 2019, the argument goes
The climax of the Afghan heroin story could now be approaching: cut off from the international financial system, the economy in ruins, and millions on the edge of starvation, the thick-white milk lanced from the poppy-plant is the closest thing the Taliban have to gold
Like the government of the first Islamist Emirate, which collapsed after 9/11, the cabinet is heavily dominated by leaders from southern Afghanistan
Like their predecessors, the Taliban’s commanders may soon discover warfare isn’t just a means to gain power, but an end in itself
Rajakbhai Kumbhar, a resident of West Kutch in Gujarat, was arrested on Sunday in connection with the investigation of 'Defence/ISI case' of Uttar Pradesh
India expels two Pakistani officials for spying: Islamabad unlikely to wait long before hitting back at New Delhi
The two nuclear-armed powers, which have been at loggerheads for decades, have a long record of indulging in such tit-for-tat measures.
India expels two Pakistan diplomats for espionage; fake Aadhaar cards recovered from duo, say officials
India on Sunday ordered two officials of the Pakistan High Commission in Delhi to leave the country in 24 hours after they were apprehended on charges of spying, according to several media reports.
Pakistani women's rights activist Gulalai Ismail flees to US and applies for political asylum, says NYT report
Gulalai Ismail, who has been a fugitive since late May, has not disclosed how she managed to leave the country.
Govt plans to set up joint counter operation centre in Punjab for better inter-agency coordination as ISI seeks to reactivate Khalistani terror
The government is of the opinion that if the unlawful activities of the Sikhs for Justice are not curbed and controlled immediately, it is likely to escalate secessionist movements, supports militancy and incite violence in the country.
Despite ban, Jaish-e-Mohammed reappears on social media to instigate Islamists in Kashmir to heighten protest against India
The Jaish-e-Muhammad’s message appeared targeted towards Islamists in Kashmir, among whom the Inter-Services Intelligence-backed group has long been seeking to expand its reach.
World set to pay high price for US president Donald Trump's sordid romance with Pakistan PM Imran Khan
This week, President Donald Trump has been romancing Prime Minister Imran Khan and his masters in Pakistan's military, with desi wedding optics that have bewildered many
Al-Qaeda affiliate urges unity among Kashmir militants, calls for new jihad council in video released on Saturday
Amid reports of Pakistan building pressure on militant outfits in Kashmir, the Al-Qaeda-affiliated Ansar Ghazwatul Hind has called for cooperation among various militant outfits operating in the state and a new representative militant council to take consensus decisions regarding military actions against India