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Benedict Cumberbatch to play CIA spy during Cold War in Dominic Cooke's espionage thriller Ironbark
Entertainment

Benedict Cumberbatch to play CIA spy during Cold War in Dominic Cooke's espionage thriller Ironbark

To be directed by Dominic Cooke, the Benedict Cumberbatch-starrer is based on a true story.

NIA puts former Pakistani diplomat Amir Zubair Siddique on 'wanted' list, to seek INTERPOL RCN against him and three others
India

NIA puts former Pakistani diplomat Amir Zubair Siddique on 'wanted' list, to seek INTERPOL RCN against him and three others

Over a month after filing a chargesheet against Amir Zubair Siddique aka Boss, the National Investigation Agency has put the former Pakistani diplomat on its 'wanted' list

NIA files chargesheet against ex-Pakistan diplomat, two others on charge of waging war against India
India

NIA files chargesheet against ex-Pakistan diplomat, two others on charge of waging war against India

NIA filed a chargesheet against former Pakistan diplomat Amir Zubair Siddiqui and two others for on charge of terror plot and waging a war against the India

Army launches inquiry against Lt Colonel rank officer for leaking classified information; sends his gadgets for forensic test
India

Army launches inquiry against Lt Colonel rank officer for leaking classified information; sends his gadgets for forensic test

The army has launched a preliminary inquiry against a Lieutenant Colonel of the army's Central Command here for suspected leak of classified information

IAF officer Arun Marwaha arrested for leaking classified documents to Pakistan's ISI, charged under Official Secrets Act
India

IAF officer Arun Marwaha arrested for leaking classified documents to Pakistan's ISI, charged under Official Secrets Act

Group Captain Arun Marwaha, 51, who was posted at the IAF headquarters in New Delhi, was suspected of leaking official documents on new fields of cyber warfare, space and special operations

MEA terms media report claiming Kulbhushan Jadhav to be an active Indian Navy officer false, riddled with 'inaccuracies'
India

MEA terms media report claiming Kulbhushan Jadhav to be an active Indian Navy officer false, riddled with 'inaccuracies'

he Indian government on Saturday dismissed as "riddled with factual inaccuracies" a media report that suggested that Kulbhushan Jadhav, the Indian national who was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court on alleged espionage charges, might be a serving Indian naval officer.

IAF officer detained for espionage, attempt to access sensitive documents: Nirmala Sitharaman claims 'enough reasons for detention'
India

IAF officer detained for espionage, attempt to access sensitive documents: Nirmala Sitharaman claims 'enough reasons for detention'

An IAF officer was taken into custody on the basis of surveillance and the action was not taken in a hurry, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said.

Pakistan releases another Kulbhushan Jadhav video: India must change tack and step up offensive
India

Pakistan releases another Kulbhushan Jadhav video: India must change tack and step up offensive

It is about time that New Delhi changed its tack vis-a-vis the Kulbhushan Jadhav case. India should step up the pressure and not just protest over the latest incident.

Pakistan says Kulbhushan Jadhav under no threat of immediate execution; his mercy petition is still pending
India

Pakistan says Kulbhushan Jadhav under no threat of immediate execution; his mercy petition is still pending

Pakistan on Thursday rejected the insinuations that family of Kubhushan Jadhav would be having the last meeting with him, adding that he is under no threat of immediate execution.

Australia reacts to reports of foreign interference in national politics, will introduce tougher espionage laws
World

Australia reacts to reports of foreign interference in national politics, will introduce tougher espionage laws

Foreign interference in Australian politics has become a "serious problem", a top official said Monday, with tougher laws on espionage to be introduced.

Kaspersky Lab to ask independent parties to conduct security review of its anti-virus to dispel espionage allegations
News & Analysis

Kaspersky Lab to ask independent parties to conduct security review of its anti-virus to dispel espionage allegations

Reviews of the software, which is used on some 400 million computers worldwide, will begin by the first quarter of next year, Kaspersky said.

Hackers beginning to target financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region: Kaspersky Lab
News & Analysis

Hackers beginning to target financial institutions in the Asia Pacific region: Kaspersky Lab

In 2017, Kaspersky Lab has been able to monitor active APT actors in the region, namely the Lazarus group and Cobaltgoblin that use Carbanak-style attacks.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan prepares to file plea against India's memorial submitted in ICJ
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan prepares to file plea against India's memorial submitted in ICJ

Pakistan has started the process to file its plea in response to India's memorial submitted in the ICJ against death sentence of Kulbhushan Jadhav.

Watch: North Korean spy, who spent three decades in a South Korean jail, longs to return home
World

Watch: North Korean spy, who spent three decades in a South Korean jail, longs to return home

In his cramped rented apartment, he echoes Pyongyang's defence of its nuclear and missile programmes as necessary to protect it from the United States, and dismisses President Donald Trump as a "raving madman".

Donald Trump warns Iran to release imprisoned Americans or face 'serious consequences'
World

Donald Trump warns Iran to release imprisoned Americans or face 'serious consequences'

US President Donald Trump has warned Iran of "new and serious consequences" if it does not release imprisoned American citizens, a White House statement said.

Kulbhushan Jadhav denied consular access by Pakistan for 18th time: New Delhi sponsoring terrorism, alleges Islamabad
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav denied consular access by Pakistan for 18th time: New Delhi sponsoring terrorism, alleges Islamabad

Pakistan denied consular access to Indian businessman Kulbhushan Jadhav for the 18th time on Sunday.

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India dismisses fresh 'confessional video' as farcical
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav case: India dismisses fresh 'confessional video' as farcical

India has dismissed Pakistan releasing a fresh "confessional video" of Kulbhushan Jadhav as "farcical"

Australia reviews spy law after probe shows political funding from China influencing domestic institutions
World

Australia reviews spy law after probe shows political funding from China influencing domestic institutions

Australia has ordered an inquiry into espionage laws and foreign government interference amid concerns about Chinese influence in the country's politics.

The mix of cyber spying and crime tools is fueling the blame game for cyber attacks
News & Analysis

The mix of cyber spying and crime tools is fueling the blame game for cyber attacks

Security experts refer to this as "the attribution problem", using technical evidence to assign blame for cyber attacks.

Kulbhushan Jadhav hearing at the ICJ: A fundamental reason why India will lose this case
India

Kulbhushan Jadhav hearing at the ICJ: A fundamental reason why India will lose this case

Monday's hearing in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case before the International Court of Justice at the Hague may appear to be a victory for India in terms of political points scored back home, but there were some key legal issues that Pakistan did point out that require our consideration