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Indonesia tightens security to safeguard Indian Embassy from Islamists
Tough security arrangements are in place outside the Indian consulate in Medan, in Sumatra. Top Indian diplomats in Jakarta will shortly meet Indonesian Vice President to discuss the matter.
Police personnel should be seen fair and credible: NSA Ajit Doval
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Thursday hit out at the police forc...
If police fail to enforce laws, democracy fails: NSA Doval's message to police officers
"Law making is the most sacrosanct job in democracy. ...
Government likely to announce new cyber security policy in three months
India is the second most cyber-attacked country in the world. As India has become one of the most data usage countries in the world, there has been a considerable increase in the cyber risk vulnerability, which could impact the GDP growth of the country, if not addressed.
Covid-19 impact: Demand grows for work from home for government officials
VPN access essentially allows secure access to government officials to process government work and files from home. Currently, only officials above the deputy secretary level are allowed this access.
Watch: PM Modi meets Israel's National Security Advisor
Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the National Security Advisor (NSA) of Israel, Meir Ben Shabbat, on February 10. He was called on by PM Mod...
NSA Ajit Doval visits northeast Delhi, says situation in control
National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval, after visiting the violence-affected areas of northeast delhi, on Wednesday assured that the situation is completely under control.
Police disperse protestors who gheraoed Kejriwal's residence in wake of Delhi violence
Appealing to Kejriwal to take action against the violence in affected areas in North-East Delhi, protestors who called themselves concerned citizens, asked the chief minister to personally visit affected areas with local MLAs and organise peace marches to de-escalate tensions.
Delhi Violence: NSA Ajit Doval reviews situation
After 13 people died in Delhi’s Northeast area in violence between pro and anti-CAA groups, National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on late Tue...
How insurance will change if life insurers are allowed to sell health packages
For some strange reason companies that insured your life were not permitted to insure against illness. The regulator has taken a baby step in to permit life insurers cover your health. When it happens, without conflict of interest of dominant shareholders, it would be a new dawn.
US-Taliban deal: American lawmakers skeptical of Taliban adhering to its commitment
The deal signed by Special US Representative Zalmay Khalilzad and Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Baradar in the presence of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Doha Saturday facilitates intra-Afghan dialogue in Oslo this month and the withdrawal of all US troops from Afghanistan in 14 months.
Action needed against those who sponsor terror: PM Modi to EU MPs
According to reports, the delegation of EU MPs was briefed about the situation in Jammu and Kashmir and cross-border terrorism emanating from across the border.
US NSA says Indians have friends in America and White House
The president was accompanied by a high-powered delegation comprising senior Trump administration officials including NSA O'Brien during his maiden official visit to India from February 24 to 25. They visited Ahmedabad, Agra and New Delhi before leaving for Washington on Tuesday.
Investors, analysts see market turmoil and recession as threat to Trump re-election bid
Analysts warn that the economic fallout due to virus could hurt his re-election chances.
US, Taliban say they will sign agreement on Feb 29 following violence cut pact
"Following lengthy negotiations between the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan and the United States of America, both parties agreed to sign the finalised accord in the presence of international observers," a Taliban spokesman said in a statement. Both sides would also make arrangements for the release of prisoners, spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said.
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