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  • MQM condemns RAW activities in Pakistan

    KARACHI: In what appears to be an attempt to appease the establishment, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement has condemned the Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and other foreign powers for what it called trying to destabilise Pakistan by creating a law and order situation here...

    The MQM, which recently came under a barrage of criticism after its chief Altaf Hussain made some controversial remarks, which he later clarified...

  • JI asks military to take notice of RAW’s activities

    PESHAWAR: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Sirajul Haq said on Wednesday that Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) was involved in acts of terrorism in the country and asked the military leadership to take notice of activities of the Indian spy agency...

    Speaking at a joint press conference with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leaders here, he said that it had been JI’s stance that foreign hands were involved in militancy in Pakistan and finally the...

  • Intelligence agencies warned of RAW activities in Muharram

    KARACHI: The law enforcement agencies in Sindh have found a “nexus between sectarian terrorists and anti-state elements”, posing a threat to peace during Muharram, and the intelligence agencies have been told to keep an eye on the Indian intelligence agency RAW during the month, it emerged on Thursday...

    Apart from it, the agencies have to keep an eagle eye on RAW...

  • Senate panel to get briefing on RAW activities

    ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary body will receive briefing on Wednesday on the activities of India’s intelligence agency in Pakistan for the first time since the last month’s arrest of an Indian spy from Balochistan...

    Talking to Dawn, Mushahid Hussain said the meeting was important as it would provide an opportunity for the committee to receive a briefing from the ministry officials on the activities of the Research and Analysis Wing...

  • Govt mulling option to highlight RAW involvement in Pakistan with UN: Aziz

    ISLAMABAD: Senior Advisor to Prime Minister on National Security Sartaj Aziz said on Friday that the government is considering to highlight the issue of Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing's (RAW) involvement in Pakistan with the United Nations and other international forums...

    Responding to question during the question hour session of the National Assembly, the Advisor said that Pakistan has taken up the issue of RAW's...

  • Pakistan warns of RAW’s nexus with terrorist groups in Afghanistan

    ISLAMABAD: The For­ei­gn Office again warned on Thursday of Indian intelligence agency RAW’s nexus with terrorist groups in Afghanistan and asked Kabul and Nato’s Resolute Support Mission to prevent Afghan soil from being used against Pakistan...

    “We have information that RAW has developed a robust network with the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), JuA and other terrorist groups in Afghanis­tan and they are being used for subversive...

  • RAW operating from Afghanistan to create unrest in Pakistan: Gen Zubair Hayat

    Pakistan is fully aware of the threats emanating from hostile intelligence agencies, especially Indian intelligence agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), against the country and the multi-billion dollar China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)...

    The Chairman Joint Chiefs of the Staff Committee, Gen Zubair Mahmood Hayat, said this while speaking as the chief guest at a ceremony of the 107th Midshipmen commissioning term and 16th...

  • RAW paid Raymond Davis to write anti-Pakistan book, says Rehman Malik

    ISLAMABAD: Terming CIA contractor Raymond Davis’s book, The Contractor, a pack of lies, former interior minister Rehman Malik has claimed that India’s Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) had paid Davis to write the book in order to malign Pakistan’s army and democratic institutions...

    Mr Malik claimed that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government and the military establishment had decided not to release Davis till he was acquitted by...

  • S. Korea to import raw material from Pakistan

    KARACHI: South Korean importers are keen to make Pakistan a hub of raw material supplies for their companies by importing copper, minerals, fruits, cotton, yarn and textile clothing...

    “The trade volume between Korea and Pakistan is dismally low at $1...

  • RAW involved in destabilising Pakistan, says General Raheel

    GWADAR: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif, speaking at the Peace and Prosperity seminar on Tuesday, said Indian intelligence agency RAW is actively involved in destabilising Pakistan...

    “Hostile intelligence agencies are averse to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC),” said the chief of army staff...

  • Pakistan urges world to take notice of Shiv Sena activities

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday requested the international community to take notice of the activities of India's hardliner political party Shiv Sena...

    Foreign Office spokesman Qazi Khalilullah during the weekly briefing said that Pakistan has repeatedly expressed reservations over Shiv Sena's activities...

  • Global index records drop in terrorist activities in Pakistan during 2015

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan recor-ded a substantial decrease in terrorist activities last year, with 45 per cent fewer attacks and 38pc fewer deaths reported in the year than in the previous year, according to the report of the ‘Global Terrorism Index (GTI) 2016’...

    This is the second consecutive year in which Pakistan has seen reduction in terrorist activities...

  • Activities at Pakistan-Iran border remain suspended

    QUETTA: After the government’s decision to close Pakistan border with Iran where novel coronavirus has claimed at least 12 lives, all activities at Taftan and four other entry points remained suspended on Monday...

    “Around 200 pilgrims are waiting to enter Pakistan, but the border is closed and all offices of immigration, customs and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) are closed,” an FIA official told Dawn...

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