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Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

Pak NSA to revive peace talks between Afghan government, Taliban

04 Sep 2015

Islamabad: Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Aziz today arrived in Afghanistan to revive the stalled peace talks between the government and the Taliban insurgents.

Sartaj Aziz,   Pakistan National Security Advisor,   peace talks,   Afghanistan,   Taliban,   Latest World News,  
Big B drops his guard for Elijah Wood!

Big B drops his guard for Elijah Wood!

04 Sep 2015

Mumbai: Hollywood actor-musician Elijah Wood's tour of India has been greatly anticipated ever since the news broke out last month. There were reports about providing special security to the international celebrity as he stops by in Mumbai, Delhi and Hyderabad to perform with his DJ group, Wooden Wisdom. Quite interestingly, Amitabh Bachchan's personal security officer, Jitendra Shinde, was seen by Wood's side throughout the day.

Big B,   Elijah Wood,   Amitabh Bachchan,   Amitabh Bachchan personal security officer,   Latest entertainment news ,  
Chinese hackers targeting Sino-India border dispute: Report

Chinese hackers targeting Sino-India border dispute: Report

21 Aug 2015

Beijing: Chinese hackers are believed to be snooping on information related to the Sino-India border dispute and Tibetan exile groups in India since 2012, a US-based cyber-security firm has claimed.

Hackers,   Snooping,   China India border,   Tibet,   Cyber-security,  
Ashley Madison founder emails leaked in new data dump

Ashley Madison founder emails leaked in new data dump

21 Aug 2015

TORONTO: Emails sent by the founder of infidelity website AshleyMadison.com appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company, cyber security experts confirmed on Thursday.

AshleyMadison.com,   Ashley Madison hacked,   Ashley Madison leaks,   Cyber security,  
<strong>Cyber</strong> tool spots 11 new <strong>security</strong> flaws in internet browsers

Cyber tool spots 11 new security flaws in internet browsers

14 Aug 2015

Washington: As part of a Facebook-funded effort, a team of US researchers has developed a new cyber security tool that discovered 11 previously unknown internet browser security flaws.

Facebook,   US researchers,   cyber security tool,   internet browser security flaws,   Latest News,  
Army man killed in gunbattle with militants in Kashmir's Baramulla

Army man killed in gunbattle with militants in Kashmir's Baramulla

02 Sep 2015

Srinagar: An army personnel was killed in an encounter with militants in Baramulla district of north Kashmir today, police said. The encounter began in Rafiabad area of the district after security forces, on specific information about the presence of militants, cordoned off the area and launched a search operation at 7 am.

Armyman killed,   Gunbattle in Kashmir,   Security forces,   Militants,   Baramulla,   Encounter in Kashmir,   North Kashmir,   Latest States News,  
Pakistan has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

Pakistan has lost international support on Kashmir: Ex-envoy

02 Sep 2015

Washington: Pakistan no longer enjoys international support on Kashmir and is unlikely to get an approval for a referendum in the region from the UN Security Council, a former Pakistani envoy to the US has said.

Pakistan,   International support,   Kashmir,   Ex envoy of Pakistan,   Referendum in Kashmir,   UN Security Council,   Latest World News,  
Time to make UN vibrant with India as Permanent Member: Sumitra Mahajan

Time to make UN vibrant with India as Permanent Member: Sumitra Mahajan

02 Sep 2015

United Nations: Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has emphasized the need for urgent UN Security Council reform, saying it is time to make the powerful body 'vibrant' with the inclusion of India as a permanent member. In the around 30 minute long meeting, Majahan discussed critical issues of UNSC reforms, terrorism, peacekeeping and climate change with the UN Chief.

Sumitra Mahajan,   United Nations,   Security Council,   ,   Lok Sabha ,   peacekeeper,  latest world news ,  
25,000 protest against <strong>security</strong> bills in Japan's Osaka

25,000 protest against security bills in Japan's Osaka

31 Aug 2015

Tokyo: About 25,000 people rallied yesterday, demanding Prime Minister Shinzo Abe rescind the controversial security bills.

security bills,   Japan,   Osaka,   wars,   protest,   Shinzo Abe,   latest world news,  
New hacks strike at heart of mobile innovations

New hacks strike at heart of mobile innovations

07 Aug 2015

Las Vegas: As fierce competition leads to rapid innovation in the smartphone market, hackers have pounced on cracks in defenses of developments on devices at the heart of modern lifestyles, experts say.

Smartphone,   Hacking,   privacy,   Cyber security,   computer security,  

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