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.
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
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The two Pak-trained terrorists, who were arrested on 14 September, revealed that he had allegedly arranged their transportation to Pakistan and radicalised them to be part of the terror module
New Mullah-Molavi regime is of the Taliban, by the Taliban and for the Taliban with direct blessings of Rawalpindi
The image makeover of Taliban is for the outside world. Within, in its ideology, core principles, ideas and actions, the Taliban remains steadfast and committed as it was in its earlier brutal rule
Like their predecessors, the Taliban’s commanders may soon discover warfare isn’t just a means to gain power, but an end in itself
Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed is also expected to discuss issues relating to security, economy and other matters with the Taliban leadership
The Taliban have confirmed that they have access to the database and have mobilised a special unit, called Al Isha, to hunt down Afghans who helped US and allied forces
The Pakistani covert agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence, has floated this group to aid the Taliban in the strife-torn country with clear instructions of targeting India's assets worth $3 billion.
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US may still change endgame in Afghanistan and put pressure on Taliban by imposing sanctions on Pakistan
Pakistan has long negotiated with the world with a gun to its head. It is time to call its bluff
The development comes after a vegetable supplier at the Pokhran Army base camp was held for allegedly obtaining sensitive documents from an army man for money and providing them to ISI
Preliminary probe reveals that the suspect used to get sensitive documents from an army official posted at the base camp in exchange for money
India has guidelines in place for civilian use of drones, but the Jammu attack has shown the need for tightening rules and response strategies to provide a clear deterrence against any such attacks
As US readies to exit Afghanistan, India-Pakistan proxy war likely to be last thing on General Bajwa's mind
Any instability following the American withdrawal from Afghanistan is sure to trigger further waves of instability in Pakistan’s notorious tribal belt, and even mainstream provinces
'It will be difficult, if not impossible, for Pakistan to control the Taliban and other militant groups in Afghanistan as the country spirals into a civil war'
'If any former heads of intelligence from chronically hostile countries ever undertook such a venture, I do not know; but indeed it had never been done on the subcontinent,' writes Durrani
HAL employee arrested for supplying aircraft details to ISI; FIR registered under Official Secrets Act
Three mobile handsets along with five SIM cards and two memory cards have been seized from Deepak Shirsat, the accused in the case, an official said
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.