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  • $10bn to be spent on addressing Karachi’s core issues, says ex-commissioner

    HYDERABAD: Former Karachi commissioner Asif Hyder Shah has said that around 50,000 people add to Karachi population annually which puts pressure on its civic infrastructure...

    “A World Bank-funded ‘Karachi growth strategy’ is under way that targets a population of 30 million as far as the resource mobilisation and civic amenities provision are concerned,” he said...

  • Explosives from Pakistan seized by forces in Kabul: Afghan intel

    KABUL: Afghan security forces have seized and destroyed two tonnes of ammonium nitrate, an ingredient used in improvised explosives, foiling dozens of potential bomb attacks, the intelligence agency said on Wednesday, adding that the material was hidden in 20 bags sent by the Haqqani network from neighbouring Pakistan ...

    A militant group aligned with the Taliban, the Haqqanis are blamed for some of recent spate of large attacks across...
  • PAC okays unauthorised arms deal between intel agency, motorway police

    ISLAMABAD: Despite opposition from a PML-N lawmaker, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Tuesday hastily settled a para regarding an unauthorised weapons deal between Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and the National Highways and Motorway Police (NHMP)...

    The committee had taken up NHMP’s audit report for the year 2013-2014, and the fact that the ISI was in the business of selling arms surprised several members of the PAC
  • Ex-CIA head berates Trump for ridiculing former intel chiefs

    WASHINGTON: Former US intelligence chiefs hit back at Donald Trump on Sunday, saying the president should be “ashamed” after he attacked as “political hacks” the intelligence leaders who concluded Russia meddled in the 2016 election...

    “Considering the source of the criticism, I consider that criticism a badge of honour,” former CIA chief John Brennan told CNN’s State of the Union, where he appeared alongside former Director of National...
  • US Officials: Second hack exposed military and intel data

    WASHINGTON: Hackers linked to China appear to have gained access to the sensitive background information submitted by intelligence and military personnel for security clearances, several US officials said on Friday, describing a second cyberbreach of federal records that could dramatically compound the potential damage...

    The forms authorities believed to have been accessed, require applicants to fill out deeply personal information...
  • Samsung poised to unseat Intel as king of microchips

    Intel's more than two decade-long reign as the king of the silicon-based semiconductor is poised to end on Thursday when South Korea's Samsung Electronics elbows the US manufacturer aside to become the leading maker of computer chips...

    Analysts say it likely nudged aside Intel in the April-June quarter as the leading maker of semiconductors, the computer chips that are as much a staple of the 21st century wired world as crude oil...

  • Afghan intel claims Pakistan implicated in Kabul attacks

    KABUL: Afghanistan's intelligence agency claims Pakistan was involved in last week's attacks on Kabul that killed more than 50 people and wounded hundreds...

    Hassib Sediqi, the spokesman for the National Directorate of Security, said Wednesday that Afghan authorities have confirmed “Pakistani military interference” in the attacks last Friday
  • Intel buys artificial intelligence startup

    SAN FRANCISCO: US-based Intel on Tuesday announced a deal to buy an artificial intelligence startup as the computer chip colossus looks to broaden its role in data centers and the expanding internet of things...

    Intel did not disclose how much it is paying for Nervana Systems, but US media reports put the price at more than $350 million...

  • IBM, Google, others to unveil new open interface to take on Intel

    Technology giants IBM Corp, Google and seven others have joined hands to launch an open specification that can boost datacentre server performance by up to ten times, to take on Intel Corp...

    Intel, the world's largest chipmaker, is known to protect its server technologies and has chosen to sit out of the new consortium...

  • Yahoo gave US intel agencies access to email in 2015: report

    Yahoo scanned hundreds of millions of incoming emails at the behest of United States (US) intelligence or law enforcement, according to a report published Tuesday...

    The internet company conducted the surveillance last year after receiving a classified demand from the National Security Agency or the FBI, Reuters said in its story
  • Pakistan still going easy on militants, alleges US intel chief

    The Pakistani military is holding back counter-terrorism cooperation with the United States while continuing to go easy on militant groups allegedly based in the country, US Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats claimed on Tuesday...

    Coats alleged during a hearing of the Senate Intelligence Committee that despite Washington's requests to do more, the Pakistan Army is only trying to appear tougher against the Taliban and Haqqani...
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