Pakistan's ISI: Network of Terror in India

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APH Publishing, 2000 - India - 267 pages
On the alleged role of the Pakistan's Inter Service Intelligence in spreading terrorism in India.
 

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Was reading up on modus operandi of gun runners when I came across this book. Not only did I get what I wanted I found a nice set of news pieces from the early 90s. Insightful and straightforward and (hopefully) unbiased writing.

Contents

Introduction
3
Genesis and Network of Terror
15
Lethal Invasion
67
Narcotics Invasion
87
RDX Invasion
91
Attempts to Subvert Indian Economy
101
Sabotage
109
Bonafide Pakistani visitors used as conduits
113
The Drama
161
Hobsons Choice
169
The Untold Story
175
Kandahar Episode
181
Kargil to Kutch Long march of Insurgency
187
Jehad on India
195
Intelligence Failure
201
Security Lapses
205

March from Afghanistan to India
117
Foreign Gunmen on Indian Soil
121
Indian Muslims in ISI Dragnet
125
Espionage
131
Operations from Bangladesh
139
Operations from Kathmandu Nepal
145
PARTIII HIJACKING OF INDIAN AIRLINES FLIGHT IC 814
153
The Conspiracy
155
Airport and Aircraft Security
207
Tighten up Security Belt
213
International Reactions
221
Declare Pakistan A Terrorist State
235
Voices of Kashmiris against ISI
243
Village Defence Committees
259
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