Pandemics are like health Tsunamis, they would never give any direct warning of their arrival, but would definitely give a weak signal. We failed to correctly and timely catch the correct signal. It is a failure of human intelligence
The mindless violence at Sukma raises serious questions over the state’s preparedness to take on the Maoist insurgents. As the Maoist affected provinces, including Chhattisgarh, have been witnessing a downward trend in Maoist activities, perhaps the state forces have failed to decode the restructuring within the insurgent group.
India’s existing national Cyber Security policy framework should be overhauled with an eye on the emerging technologies and emphasis on international cooperation and collaboration. This paper highlights the current status of cybersecurity in India and puts forth a few recommendations for a dynamic and resilient cyberspace.
Enlisted as part of the military in 1992, Indian women Military officers have battled their way through a series of petitions on issues of equality in employment terms to non-inclusion of women officers in combat units, a battle that appears to have culminated in the recent Supreme Court judgment.
In this interview with Vicky Nanjappa (MyNation), Animesh Roul, Executive Director at the Society for the Study of Peace and Conflict and an expert on South Asian counterterrorism issues explains several aspects of growing Islamist radicalisation and extremism in India including Islamic State's evil influence in Southern parts of the country.