ISI Bid To Honeytrap 3 Indian Officials In Islamabad Foiled

ISI Bid To Honeytrap 3 Indian Officials In Islamabad Foiled

An Indian official who served in Pakistan many years ago said the use of a seductress to lure unwary officials is even more prevalent than the use of cash

NEW DELHI: Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) set up a honey-trap for three officials of the Indian high commission in Islamabad to extract sensitive information from them, TOI has

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The Viper In Our Pits

The Viper In Our Pits

Entering service in 1978, the F-16 Fighting Falcon—now popularly known as the Viper—is a lightweight, short-range multi-role fighter renowned for its agility. More than three thousand of the type will serve in the air forces of twenty-seven countries this year. The Viper has seen plenty of action over the decades, and is credited with shooting dow

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In Kashmir, India And Pakistan Race To Tap The Himalayas

In Kashmir, India And Pakistan Race To Tap The Himalayas

Lacking in basic technologies, Pakistan has taken Chinese assistance to build their Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower Project in Nosari

The arch rivals have been building duelling power plants along the banks of the turquoise Neelum River for years. The two projects, located on opposite sides of the LoC, are close to completion, fuelling tensions between

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Russia-China-India Trilateral Geopolitically Redundant

Russia-China-India Trilateral Geopolitically Redundant

Prime Minister Modi, Russia's President Putin with President of China Jinping

by Dr Subhash Kapila

The recent Russia-China-India Trilateral Foreign Ministers Meet in New Delhi brings into sharp focus the charade of perpetuating a geopolitically redundant conclave which serves no security interests of India.

Significantly, as 2017 comes to a close,

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Why India And China’s Border Rows Are So Hard To Resolve

Why India And China’s Border Rows Are So Hard To Resolve

One is Aksai Chin, a virtually uninhabited high-altitude desert expanse of about 37,000 Sq Km

Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi and Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval are leading their two sides in the latest round of talks

by Mohan Guruswamy

Although the frontiers in question date back to the British colonial era, the modern phenomenon

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IIT Delhi Develops Smart Jacket For Soldiers In Emergency

IIT Delhi Develops Smart Jacket For Soldiers In Emergency

by Gayathri Mani

NEW DELHI: The Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi (IIT-D) is developing a ‘Smart and Intelligent Soldiers Jacket’ with unique features and design in collaboration with the Defence Research and Defence Organization (DRDO).

The jacket will have integrated interconnects, antennas, sensors and chips. It will be lighter in weight and

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How smartphone players in India can keep innovating in 2018

The year 2017 is likely to be remembered as the year of transition. And 2018 is going to be the year of experiments for the smartphone industry — marking the start of a second era of handsets for Indian consumers.

Handset players will attempt various strategies as they have different agendas to drive and achieve distinct goals. There can be no

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