08 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Showcasing its commitment to enhancing cyber security, US-based technology company Microsoft said it has set up a Cyber Security Engagement Centre (CSEC) in Gurgaon near here.
21 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Reacting sharply to the "sweeping" changes in the FDI policy in defence after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's US visit, Congress yesterday demanded its withdrawal alleging it posed a "big threat" to national security and India's independent foreign policy.
22 Jun 2016
Islamabad : Pakistan has raised the issue of the recent US drone strike that killed the Afghan Taliban chief, in the UN Security Council, describing it as an "unacceptable and blatant violation of its sovereignty" and of the UN charter and international law.
20 Jun 2016
Kathmandu: The killing of 14 Nepalese security guards in Afghanistan in Taliban terror attack today shocked the country with its top leadership condemning the incident as a "heinous crime against innocent people".
20 Jun 2016
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today condemned the attack on a minibus carrying Nepalese security guards in Kabul and said India will provide all assistance to Nepal government in this hour of tragedy.
16 Jun 2016
Washington: Using free livestreaming websites to watch sports and other events online may expose you to various security risks such as malware infections, personal data theft and scams, a new study has warned.
05 Jun 2016
London: Researchers have discovered that two neurons in the brain hold the key to explaining how complex behavioural decisions are made.
17 Jun 2016
Washington: In a fresh push to India's NSG bid, the US today called on members of the 48-nation elite grouping to support India's membership during the crucial meeting of the atomic trading club in Seoul next week.
11 Jun 2016
Washington: India and Pakistan need to pursue closer relationship with each other on the security front, the US has said.
16 Jun 2016
Beijing: India's entry into the NSG will "shake" the strategic balance in South Asia and make it a "legitimate" nuclear power, leaving behind China's all-weather ally Pakistan, Chinese official media said today as it kept up its strident stand against India's inclusion in the grouping.