Why rogue drones are the latest security headache

dronesNew Delhi, Sep 30: Rogue drones are the latest worry for India and an estimate would show that there are 6 lakh of them in India.

These drones are a potential threat and the government is looking for a solution to counter this problem. In this regard the agencies conducted a data estimation and learnt that there are over 6 lakh rogue or unregulated drones of various sizes and capacities.

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To strike at various parts of India, JeM begins training 40 jihadis at Balakot facility

balakotNew Delhi, Sep 22: The Jaish-e-Mohammad has started training 40 jihadis to strike in India.

Incidentally these terrorists are undergoing rigorous training at the Ballot facility of the JeM that was hit by the Indian Air Force.

Tamil Nadu Ansarullah, a conspiracy to wage war against India and declare Islamic rule

Tamil-raidsChennai, Sep 22: The National Investigation Agency conducted raids at a location in Chennai.

The raids were conducted in connection with the Tamil Nadu Ansarulla Case. The NIA searched the residence of one M Diwan Mujipeer, a resident of Pallivasal North Street, Vellanguli, Tirunelveli district, Tamil Nadu based on the warrant issued by the court.

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Can India get back PoK? Here is what the plan is

Earlier this week, External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar said that Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) is a part of India and New Delhi expects to have physical jurisdiction over it one day.

Our position has, is and will always be very clear on PoK, that it is part of India and we expect one day we will have physical jurisdiction over it,” he told reporters.

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India’s military doctrine set to be submitted, likely to define no first use policy

The Defence Planning Committee (DPC) headed by National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval has been working on the National Security Strategy (NSS) and will submit the same soon. It would be made public after the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) accepts the same.

The NSS which is the military doctrine is expected to define India’s position on no first use. Further the doctrine would also define the military threats to India. This definition would be used by the Indian military to decide on the amount of ammunition needed to be kept in stock. Currently India has an ammunition inventory for a 10 days intensive war. The doctrine would also spell out if the Indian Navy needs more aircraft carriers.

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600 sea specialists, 1000s of Jihadis will ensure blood everywhere in India warns JeM

sea-attackNew Delhi, Sep 16: A week after the Navy warned that the Jaish-e-Mohammad was planning a sea borne attack, the Intelligence Bureau has now warned that the terror group would look to strike at crowded places during the festival season.

The warning states that the JeM would try and target railway stations in various cities in the country. The alert was issued following a letter that was received by the Rohtak Station Superintendent.

A 20 dollar demand among other sticky issues that derailed Kartarpur talks between India-Pak

kartapur-talksNew Delhi, Sep 05: The talks between India and Pakistan on the Kartarpur project on Wednesday, hit a roadblock, following a demand by the latter that India was not agreeable to.

Sources tell OneIndia that Pakistan insisted on charging the pilgrims a service fee for their visit to the shrine.

Consular access to Kulbhushan Jadhav: India wants no Pakistan surveillance

kulbhushanNew Delhi, Sep 02: With Pakistan once again offering consular access to Indian national, Kulbhushan Jadhav, officials here have maintained that there shall be no surveillance. Sources tell OneIndia that India would only accept private access.

This would mean no Pakistan officials will be present. Moreover, India has also maintained that there shall be no audio or video surveillance.

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From funding marriage of Muslim girls to constructing Mosques, how Lashkar raised money for terror

New Delhi, July 21: The Deputy chief of the Falah-i-Insaniyat, the financial wing of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba routed funds from Pakistan to Dubai and then to India, the National Investigation Agency has said.

Investigation carried out by NIA reveals that Chief of Falah-i-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF) namely Hafiz Mohammad Saeed along with
Dy Chief of FIF namely Shahid Mahmood hatched a conspiracy around 2012 to create sympathisers/sleeper cells and logistic base in Delhi and Haryana under the garb of religious work such construction of mosques, madrasas and financial assistance for marriage of poor Muslim girls.

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Why it is a bad idea to let these ISIS terrorists from Kerala return to India

isis-returneesNew Delhi, June 28: There have been a series of worrying developments regarding the Islamic State and its connection in particular to South India. The Easter bombings in Sri Lanka demonstrated how the ISIS could tie up with a smaller radical outfit and carry out a series of very deadly attacks.

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