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  • 'Spy pigeon' detained in India after crossing border from Pakistan

    PATHANKOT: A pigeon which crossed the Indo-Pak border into India's Pathankot area was captured and detained for being a 'suspected spy' on Thursday, according to a report published on The Times of India website...

    The TOI report said that a part of the message stamped on the bird was in Urdu, while the numbers appeared to be that of a phone in Pakistan's Narowal district...

  • 'Spy' pigeon's wings clipped to stop it flying back to Pakistan: Indian police

    The wings of a 'spy' pigeon taken into custody by Indian police earlier in October have been clipped, an Indian Punjab police official told The Telegraph India on Wednesday...

    The 'spy' pigeon was found carrying what officials said was a warning note to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi near the heavily-militarised border as Pak-India tensions simmered following the Uri attack, subsequent ceasefire violations and an Indian 'surgical...

  • India nabs pigeon

    It is found all over India and Pakistan...

    Anyone with the slightest knowledge of dove and pigeon behaviour would know that pigeons are easily caught when you have a flock of such birds present around your home...

  • Pakistani spy pigeon: The proof

    Yesterday, Indian police detained a pigeon at the border with Pakistan, after it was found carrying a warning note to Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

    Last year as well, India had arrested a pigeon, which it claimed to be a spy from Pakistan...

  • ‘Pigeon-keeping has morphed into an industry’

    The 40-year-old pigeon keeper, who lives in downtown Rawalpindi, is well known as ustad...

    In downtown Rawalpindi, many people keep pigeons as pets, and sometimes race them in pigeon race tournaments held two or three times in the summer and winter seasons...

  • Free that pigeon!

    So how does it proclaim its position in the world? By detaining a pigeon allegedly carrying a warning note to Prime Minister Modi...

    And for good measure, it has expelled a Pakistan High Commission staffer, Mahmood Akhtar, for espionage...

  • India police detain pigeon with threatening Modi note

    NEW DELHI: Indian police said Monday they have taken a pigeon into custody after it was found carrying a warning note to Prime Minister Narendra Modi near the nation's heavily militarised border with Pakistan...

    Last year, Indian police seized a pigeon on suspicion it was being used for espionage by Pakistan and also X-rayed it to check for any spy camera, transmitter or hidden chip...

  • 50m mobile accounts likely by 2020

    KARACHI: The customer base of branchless banking would become larger than the conventional banks in the next five years as 50 million mobile accounts are expected to be operational by 2020, said Nadeem Hussain, President, Tameer Bank...

    Speaking at the ‘Pakistan Payment Summit-2015’, organised by the Total Communications, in collaboration with the State Bank of Pakistan and 1-Link, Nadeem Hussain further stated that a fund of Rs100...

  • Local manufacturing of mobile handsets from April

    ISLAMABAD: A Chinese manufacturer will launch its mobile handset manufacturing and assembling unit in April (Pakistan’s first), a senior official at Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication said on Monday...

    The government had announced tax incentive package for manufacturing of mobile phones in budget 2015-16...

  • Mobile homes

    I would like to suggest that the UAE has a technology of mobile homes which they supplied to Palestinians after the destruction of their houses by Israeli forces last year...

    I did suggest in these columns a most economical mode of fabricating mobile homes for the needy...

  • Mobile phone access in Africa to double in five years

    CAPE TOWN: Around 80 per cent of sub-Saharan Afri­ca’s 800 million people should have access to mobile telephones by the end of the decade, double the current rate, although government help is needed to reach far-flung areas, industry body group GSMA said on Wednesday...

    The growth of mobile data — an even more powerful economic tool than simple vo­i­ce services — also hinges on authorities allocating sufficient spectrum, said...

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