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Behave, we have brought two down, ISI men told Indian diplomats after Feb 27 dogfight

A Pakistani police officer stands guard with a worker of a religious group at a mosque in Islamabad on Wednesday. NEW DELHI: A day after the Indo-Pak aerial dogfight which led to the capture of Indian pilot and wing commander Abhinandan Varthaman, Indian diplomats and other staff members faced harassment in Islamabad at the hands of ISI. Two Indian officers, on their way to an embassy in the diplomatic enclave on February 28 in an Indian high commission car, were tailed aggressively before they were intercepted by Pakistan security agency officials in the middle of the road. Speaking angrily, […]

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