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India helping terrorists in Pakistan: Khawaja Asif

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'Spy' pigeon from Pakistan jailed in Pathankot - India

Spy pigeons: Subcontinent’s version of “biological” warfare By Zafar Zulqurnain Sahi Published: May 29, 2015 http://blogs.tribu ne.com.pk/story/27 887/spy-pigeons-su bcontinents-versio n-of-biological-wa rfare/  (Sunday May 31 | post #2)

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'Spy' pigeon from Pakistan jailed in Pathankot - India

'Spy' pigeon from Pakistan jailed in Pathankot Rohan Dua, TNN | May 29, 2015, 04.40AM IST inShare 5 piegeon A cop shows the captured bird and Urdu markings on its tail. CHANDIGARH: The entry and capture of a white pigeon, apparently from across the border, in a border village of Pathankot in Punjab on Thursday has caused a flutter among intelligence sleuths and Punjab Police. This comes two days after an Intelligence Bureau (IB) alert to Punjab Police on the possibility of Indian Mujahideen being active in Jammu and Pathankot areas. The fact that the avian 'intruder' bore a stamped message and had a wire-like object on its body made the security agencies take a closer look at its flight into India. A part of the message was in Urdu, but the numbers appeared to be that of a landline telephone in Pakistan's Narowal district. The bird landed at the mud and brick house of barber Ramesh Chandra in Manwal village, 4km from Pakistan border, around 6.30pm on Wednesday. The suspicions of the barber's 14-year-old son were aroused by the Urdu markings, and he went to the nearest police post around 9pm with the "spy bird". His arrival there with the bird perched on a wire mesh along with Chandra's chicken created a stir. "Unfortunatel y, mobile phones rarely work in the border areas. My son ran to the nearest police post," Chandra told TOI. The cops then took the bird to a veterinary hospital in Pathankot for an X-ray. This did not throw up any clues. "Nothing adverse has been found, but we have kept the bird in our custody," said Pathankot senior superintendent of police (SSP) Rakesh Kaushal. "This is a rare instance of a bird from Pakistan being spotted here. We have caught a few spies here. The area is sensitive, given its proximity to Jammu, where infiltration is quite common," said Kaushal. READ ALSO: Pigeon with a chip lands in Gujarat, sparks security fear Cops at Bamiyal police post made a diary entry terming the bird as a "suspected spy", and sent a communication to BSF and IB. http://timesofindi a.indiatimes.com/i ndia/Spy-pigeon-fr om-Pakistan-jailed -in-Pathankot/arti cleshow/47464562.c ms  (Sunday May 31 | post #1)

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India helping terrorists in Pakistan: Khawaja Asif

India helping terrorists in Pakistan: Khawaja Asif DAWN.COM — UPDATED JAN 13, 2015 Building on recent accusatory statements by government representatives, Federal Defence Minister Khawaja Asif on Monday claimed that India was helping terrorist groups in Pakistan to carry out "heinous acts". In an interview on DawnNews’s programme News Eye, the minister alleged that India "has designs on Pakistan". “The Taliban have links with India. Also, India’s involvement in the insurgency in Balochistan cannot be ignored,” he said. When asked to provide evidence for his claim, the minister dodged the question and proceeded to claim that a low intensity war was underway. He stated that his allegations were based as much on conviction as on experience. Public statements against India have been making their way into mainstream media. A day earlier, Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz had said that India was involved in acts carried out from Afghanistan’s soil in Pakistan. Asif said that India wants to keep Pakistan busy with skirmishes on the eastern border so that the country remains distracted from the war on its western borders and the terrorism within. Military sources had also claimed on Monday that one part of US Secretary of State John Kerry's visit would focus on the sharing of intelligence reports and evidence of Indian involvement in subversive activities across Pakistan. The evidence is alleged to credibly identify financial support, training and provision of weapons to militants. http://www.dawn.co m/news/1156571  (Sunday May 31 | post #1)

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Spy pigeon jailed in India: Bird accused of working for P...

With a wire-like object on its body and a mysterious stamped message on its tail, it's no wonder the bird had security services in a flap. A pigeon was been arrested and jailed in India on suspicion of being a 'spy' after it landed in Manwal village, around two and a half miles from the Pakistan border. It was discovered on Wednesday by a 14-year-old boy whose suspicions were aroused when he spotted a stamped message in Urdu on its tail that read 'Tehsil Shakargarh, district Narowal', along with some numbers. Read more: http://www.dailyma il.co.uk/news/arti cle-3102174/Spy-pi geon-jailed-India- Bird-accused-worki ng-Pakistani-intel ligence-placed-cus tody.html#ixzz3bhe LMipg Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook  (Sunday May 31 | post #1)

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