The monograph aims to understand India's national cyber security policy and its implications. It identifies various shortcomings of the policy and analyses data related to cybersecurity incidents in India. The study also makes some valuable inputs in the form of recommendations for the revision of NCSP and strive towards building secure cyberspace.
As Sri Lanka is gearing towards the eighth presidential elections on November 16, national security, foreign policy and foreign investments in infrastructure projects and minority issues are once again dominating the political discourse in the country.
After a decade long armed struggle and promulgation of a new constitution in September 2015 as per the November 2006 Comprehensive Peace Agreement between former Maoists and the then Nepal government, Nepal could witness the rise of another radical Maoist group.
Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) in collaboration with Qualcomm Technologies has developed and tested chipset platforms across its portfolio which can support India’s regional navigation satellite system.
Worldwide, conflict resolution experiences suggest that the majority of peace negotiations have been successful on two occasions. First, when the rebel groups are in the weak position against the state and second when there is the presence of an influential, trustworthy and non-partisan mediator. In the case of Afghanistan, both these peace process sustaining elements were not present.