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ISIS a threat to Indian assets in Afghan, US told

India has expressed concern with the security agencies in the United States about the possible threat to its assets in Afghanistan from the Islamic State (ISIS) and that it might also be supported by

ISIS wants LeT to execute India operations

Having failed to make any significant inroads in India, terror outfit Islamic State (ISIS) is now trying to coordinate with subversive groups within the country, particularly Lashkar-e-Tayeeba, to car

J&K youth joining terror groups a major concern

The recent trend of militancy in the Kashmir Valley is causing considerable concern among the security establishment as not only has there been a sudden surge in successful infiltration from across th

Around 15,000 PLA troops posted in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir

According to a recent Central intelligence agency’s report, the total deployment of Chinese personnel in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir is now close to 15,000 while earlier this was in the region of about

China’s Pakistan-occupied Kashmir footprint now 25 per cent

China has now extended its footprint to nearly 25 per cent of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir.

Centre to reshuffle governors, get new faces

After appointing former IPS officer Kiran Bedi as the Lieutenant-Governor of Puducherry, the Centre is planning to reshuffle some governors and may also appoint a few new ones.

Militants kill 3 cops in Srinagar


Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti laying wreath at the coffins of three policemen who were shot dead by militants in twin strikes in the summer capital Srinagar. (Photo: PTI)

‘More suicide attacks on forces likely’

“We are trying to ascertain whether both the attacks (on Monday) were carried out by the same group or there were two different modules.

Ajit Doval reviews security along J&K border

National Security Adviser Ajit Doval (Photo: PTI)

Alarm bells have started ringing among New Delhi’s security establishment amid reports that a group of about 15 militants has successfully managed to sneak into India from across the border in Jammu a

Notes to change to stop FICN

In a concerted effort to curb the menace of fake Indian currency notes (FICN), the government is likely to bring in more foolproof safety measures in the notes.

Who writes Narendra Modi’s speeches?” That was one of the most frequently asked questions after the Prime Minister’s 45-minute address to the joint session of the US Congress.

To begin with, let’s remember that it was British Prime Minister David Cameron who decided that there had to be a referendum battle. He had proposed that “Brexit” would be taken to the people.