New Delhi, Oct 11: There was a big development in New Delhi, this week with the Narendra Modi government deciding to revive the Strategic Policy Group (SPG). The SPG apart from being the main mechanism for inter-ministerial coordination, will also form the national security policies based on the integration of inputs.
New Delhi, Oct 9: The Narendra Modi government has decided to revive the Strategic Policy Group in a bid to assist the National Security Council. The group apart from being the main mechanism for inter-ministerial coordination, will also form the national security policies based on integration of inputs.
New Delhi, Oct 5: The Centre has re-designated R N Ravi as the Deputy National Security advisor (internal affairs). He will however continue to be the centre’s interlocutor for Nagaland.
New Delhi, Oct 5: India and Russia signed the 5 billion US dollar S-400 air defence system deal during the annual bilateral summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
New Delhi, Sep 6: In a bid to counter the opposition which has been making allegations on the Rafale deal, the top security brass briefed the Union Council of Ministers. During the 150 minute presentation made by National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval, he said that the cost is based on equipment and weapons that would be integrated into the jet.
Srinagar, July 2: A high-level delegation comprising Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval would be visiting Jammu and Kashmir. The visit is aimed at taking stock of the situation after Governor’s rule was imposed in the state.
One of the biggest poll promises that Narendra Modi made ahead of the 2014 elections was a major thrust on internal security. The first high-profile appointment he made after taking over as Prime Minister was that of Ajit Doval, the National Security Advisor.
New Delhi: The deportation of Farooq Takla, a Dawood Ibrahim aide and accused in the Mumbai 1993 serial blasts is a huge diplomatic victory for India. There was a red corner notice issued against him in 1995 and it took over 20 years for him to be brought down to India.
Army Chief General Bipin Rawat, foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval quietly travelled to Bhutan earlier this month where they held extensive talks with the Bhutanese leadership on key strategic issues including the situation in Doklam and the Chinese building defence infrastructure around the plateau, authoritative government sources said.
The Union Home Ministry has denied allegations that National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval was present at a BJP political meeting in New Delhi. The clarification came after the CPI(M) urged the Election Commission of India to order an inquiry into the matter.