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According to the sources, the intelligence agency has cast its net wide in the investigation of Jawad case, an alleged member of terrorist outfit Daesh.
AJK President Sardar Muhammad Masood Khan has said that Indian Intelligence Agency RAW is involved in hatching conspiracy to defame Hurriyat leaders.
A training exercise of an intelligence agency was underway when an employee of intelligence agency fell from the boat into canal and died of drowning near Qadirabad.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal said that the intelligence agency known as GCHQ, or Government Communications Headquarters, had not been open enough about the way the process worked until December, The Independent reported.
He said the plans for a Defense Intelligence Agency remained on the drawing board.
It has been pointed out that the Indian Intelligence Agency surreptitiously works closely with Tamil National Alliance in conducting their election works.
The report, according to intelligence sources, was corroborated by a Western intelligence agency.
These prisoners were acquitted by the Anti-Terrorism Court in April this year in four different cases, including firing rockets at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra, and at the plane of former President Pervez Musharraf, a suicide attack on the bus of an intelligence agency personnel in Rawalpindi and the suicide attack on the main entrance of the military headquarters.
Washington Times newspaper quoted an official in a European intelligence agency as saying Mubarak is expected to remain in office for a year and step down or die before the September 2011 presidential election.
Gates, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, is known for being a dose persona[ friend of the first President Bush and for his record in public service.
As outlined in the 2004 National Intelligence Reform Act, Negroponte commands a huge and expanding domain that includes the CIA (which is chiefly involved in "human intelligence," academic research, and covert operations), the NSA (which is primarily tasked with "signals intelligence"--cryptology, electronic surveillance, and the like), and the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Approximately a third of our program each year is tied up in acquisition, which is a lot for an operational intelligence agency.
There are actually a wide range of civilian applications for intelligence specialists--Central Intelligence Agency, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Federal Bureau of Investigations, or even the Air Intelligence Agency--to name a few.
Goss became the director of the Central Intelligence Agency on Sept.
The newspaper, a main government mouthpiece, said security authorities were closing in on several top ruling-party and government officials believed to have divulged confidential information to ``hostile intelligence agencies, '' including the US Central Intelligence Agency and Britain's MI5.
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