Pegasus: India's intelligence services are in midst of dangerous crisis

Giuseppe Mazzini eagerly opened his mail, and carefully searched the envelopes for poppy seeds and grains of sand. There were none. The great republican agitator and journalist—father of a united Italian nation, the enemy of Europe’s aristocracy—had just exposed the first greatest surveillance scandal of the modern world. Imperial British secret police, acting at the request of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria, had been reading Mazzini’s correspondence. The missing poppy seeds, planted...