The chief of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency will not appear in any US court in connection with the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack, Pakistani Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani declared Thursday. Addressing the National Assembly, Gilani said the ISI “is a sensitive agency of the Pakistani military and it is unimaginable that we will force their officers to appear in the US court on foreign dictation”. Gilani was responding to a fiery speech by opposition leader Nisar Ali Khan, who took the government to task over what he described as a failed foreign policy
Saudi Arabian intelligence officials considered Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) “untrustworthy” and “thought 10 times before sharing any sensitive information with them”, a Pakistani daily reported Tuesday, quoting an American diplomatic cable released by Wikileaks. In a meeting with US Special Representative Richard Holbrooke May 16, 2009, Saudi Arabian intelligence’s Major General Khalid al-Hamadan said they had to think a lot before deciding to share with the ISI any information related to terrorist activity, reported the Urdu daily Jasarat. Several terrorists, arrested in the kingdom, had been found to have links to Pakistan, but the Saudi intelligence agencies had never got any “sufficient” response about them from the ISI, al Hamadan said.
Politics in Andhra Pradesh Wednesday took a dramatic turn as Chief Minister K. Rosaiah tendered his resignation on health grounds and the ruling Congress party legislators holding an emergency meeting to elect a new leader
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