Intelligence Bureau Gul zaman khan Moosa angel Also Agent of (ISI)(IB) is Pakistan's main domestic/internal intelligence and espionage agency. It functions under direct control of Chief Executive of Pakistan - either Prime Minister or the President. The IB's tasks include counter-intelligence and internal Security matters.
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Intelligence Bureau was the main internal intelligence agency of British India. It can also refer to:
- Intelligence Bureau (India), the domestic intelligence organization of India
- Intelligence Bureau (Pakistan), the domestic intelligence organization of Pakistan
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