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Arrested suspected ISI agent Mohammed Mosiruddin being taken to CID Headquarter Bhawani Bhawan in Kolkata for interrogation.

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Dismissed Air Force official Ranjith (C) who has been arrested for allegedly sharing secret documents with intelligence operatives backed by Pakistan’s ISI, at the Special Cell of the Delhi Police in New Delhi.

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Crowd on the spot where five alleged Islamic militants, including dreaded ISI operative Vikaruddin, were shot dead in an encounter near Alair in Nalgonda district of Telangana.

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Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar, a counter-insurgency expert and close aide of Pak army chief Raheel Sharif is the ISI chief. Has led ops against the Taliban in fata and Karachi.

SHIVADASAN, a Military Intelligence staffer, caught trying to sell top secret info to Dubai-based ‘ISI agent’, a decoy, after a tip-off. DRI nabs him in Kochi.

The new ISI chief, Zahirul Islam (right)

A woman picks a fruit from a dish, on a table decorated with pictures of missing Pakistanis, in a camp set up by families in Islamabad, Pakistan. The Supreme Court of Pakistan has now given the families a measure of hope by bringing a landmark case against the ISI, the country's most feared spy network and suspected to be behind most of the abductions.

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In this photo taken on Feb. 21, 2012, Pakistan's army Lt. Gen. Zaheerul Islam speaks with reporters at a reception in Karachi, Pakistan. Pakistan appointed Islam as new head of intelligence injecting some uncertainty in America's dealings with an agency crucial to its hopes of negotiating a peace deal with the Afghan Taliban and keeping pressure on al-Qaida.

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Female family members of missing Pakistani people light candles on the occasion of the International Women's Day at a camp near Parliament demanding whereabouts of their loved ones in Islamabad, Pakistan. The Pakistani Supreme Court has given the families a measure of hope by bringing a landmark case against the ISI, the country's most feared spy network and suspected to be behind most of the disappearances.

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Said Jamal holds a picture of his missing brother at a camp set up by families in Islamabad, Pakistan. The Supreme Court has now given the families a measure of hope by bringing a landmark case against the Inter-Services Intelligence agency, the country's most feared spy network and suspected to be behind most of the abductions.

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Why this coup-laveri, coup-laveri di? Pakistan's military warned of "grievous consequences" for the country after Gilani accused the army chief of violating the constitution, adding to a sense of crisis that some believe could end in the ouster of government. The file photo of April 10, 2010 shows Pakistan's Army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Pervez Kayani, right, and Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, left, at a military exercise in the Cholistan Desert near Bahawalpur, Pakistan.

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Pramod Kumar Kushwaha, a suspected ISI agent from Nepal, and his aide after their arrest by the police in Motihari.

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In this file photo Kashmiri separatist leader Ghulam Nabi Fai shakes hands with Pakistan Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. Fai has arrested by FBI on charges of being an ISI agent who lobbied for the Pakistani spy agency and army on the issue of Kashmir.

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In this file photo Kashmiri separatist leader Ghulam Nabi Fai is seen sitting at third left. Fai has arrested by FBI on charges of being an ISI agent who lobbied for the Pakistani spy agency and army on the issue of Kashmir.

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In this May 2007 photo Syed Ghulam Nabi Fai, executive director of the Kashmiri American Council addresses a news conference in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Pakistan has protested the arrest of a Kashmiri-born man in the United States on charges he was working for Pakistan's spy agency to lobby in Washington for the cause of Kashmiri independence.

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TV grab: Kashmiri separatist leader Ghulam Nabi Fai. FBI has arrested Fai on the charges of being an ISI agent who lobbied for the Pakistani spy agency and army on the issue of Kashmir.

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Virginia-based posh residence of Kashmiri separatist leader Ghulam Nabi Fai. FBI has arrested Fai on charges of being an ISI agent who lobbied for the Pakistani spy agency and army on the issue of Kashmir.

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Samraz Rana, the wife of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana, accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, poses for a photo, at the office of her husband's attorney in Chicago. Rana says the friendship between her husband and an admitted terrorist who was the government's top witness wasn't as close as attorneys claim.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court, in Chicago. The prosecution and the defence presented their final arguments for and against Tahawwur Rana's culpability in 26/11 Mumbai attacks, with the former pleading for justice to the Mumbai victims and the latter portraying the Pakistani-Canadian as a man duped by conman David Headley.

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Trial Exhibits - Street

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From left, photos of Zakhiur Rehman Lakhvi, LeT Commander; Sajid Majeed, LeT Commander and head of LeT's India setup and main handler of Headley; and Pakistani military officer Syed Abdur Rehman Hashim aka "Pasha" presented by prosecution before the Chicago Trial Court.

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Recce pictures of 26/11 targets of CST Stations (Photos of Mumbai terror targets in Mumbai presented by U S prosecutor in the trial of Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana at the Chicago Trial Court.

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US prosecutors submitted before the Chicago Court, two pages from Pakistani-American terrorist David Coleman Headley's diary containing telephone numbers.

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In this courtroom sketch, David Coleman Headley is shown in federal court, in Chicago. Headley, the government's main witness, is cooperating with prosecutors after pleading guilty to taking photos and videos of targets in Mumbai before the rampage that killed 160 people including six Americans over three days. Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is accused of providing cover for Headley by allowing him to use his Chicago-based immigration services business as a cover when he travelled to India. Headley told a court that Pakistan's spy agency ISI helped terror group Lashkar-e-Taiba to execute the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

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In this courtroom sketch, Chicago businessman Tahawwur Rana is shown in federal court as the prosecutor makes an opening argument, in Chicago. Rana is accused in the 2008 Mumbai rampage that left more than 160 people dead, and planning an attack that was never carried out on a Danish newspaper. He pleaded not guilty to the charges, including material support to terrorism.

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The former commander of ISI, Inter-Services Intelligence, the intelligence body of Pakistan, general Ehsan ul Haq addresses the audience at the Center of Political and Foreign Affairs in Paris.

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Madhuri Gupta, IFS officer, at Tis Hazari Court, Delhi. A Delhi Court turned down the plea of investigators for further custodial interrogation of diplomat Madhuri Gupta, accused of passing classified information to Pakistani intelligence agencies, and sent her to 14 days judicial custody. Gupta(53), who is under police custody since April 23, claimed she was innocent and was being framed in the case.

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Diplomat Madhuri Gupta, accused of passing classified information to Pakistani intelligence agencies, being produced in a court in New Delhi. The court sent her to 14 days judicial custody.

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At ease Madhuri Gupta (left) at an ICWA get-together

Madhuri Gupta, 53, an Indian diplomat who worked as second secretary in the Indian high commission in Islamabad is seen. Home ministry is investigating the female diplomat in the Indian embassy in Islamabad who was arrested on charges of spying for Pakistan.

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Pakistan army soldiers stand alert after a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Pakistani police officers in action after a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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The destruction caused by a suicide bombing is seen in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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A person injured in a suicide bombing waits for medical help in a corridor of a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Pakistan army soldiers gather at the scene of a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Pakistan army soldiers cordon off the area of a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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A view of destruction after a suicide bombing in Peshawar, Pakistan

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Former Indian army soldier, Sudhanshu Sudhakar, presented before media after he was arrested in Patna. Sudhakar, allegedly was operating for Pakistan's ISI agency.

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