Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai granted bail; pro-democracy advocate faced fraud, national security-related charges
Lai is among a recent string of pro-democracy activists and supporters arrested by Hong Kong police, prompting concerns that the semi-autonomous Chinese territory is cracking down on dissent following Beijing’s imposition of a national security law in June
'If any former heads of intelligence from chronically hostile countries ever undertook such a venture, I do not know; but indeed it had never been done on the subcontinent,' writes Durrani
The US government said its order, previously announced by Donald Trump in August, will combat China's malicious collection of American citizens' personal data
Biden's itinerary reflects his efforts to keep the election spotlight on the president’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and the nation’s overall security, while Trump emphasises civil unrest in Wisconsin and elsewhere
Mizoram govt violating MHA directions by restricting 'operational movement' of forces, claims Assam Rifles
The allegation comes days after 15 Assam Rifles personnel reportedly forced their way through a check gate on the Mizoram-Assam border. Govt claimed that they refused to comply with protocol
The report described how British politicians had welcomed Russia's oligarchs to London, allowing them to launder their illicit money through what it called the London “laundromat”
Galwan Valley clash: Five short-term and three long-term ways in which India can contain the Chinese threat
Beyond the short-term objectives, as Sino-Indian relationship turns unambiguously adversarial and hostile, India must appropriately reset its national security and foreign policy strategies.
Key takeaways from China's new security law that will tighten Beijing's grip on Hong Kong, subdue political strife
China released a sweeping blueprint on Saturday to tighten its control over Hong Kong, revealing plans to establish a security agency in the territory to help Beijing extinguish challenges to its power after months of unrest
India's economic slowdown is a potential threat to national security: Govt can't afford to take eye off the ball
Right from the time it was first elected in 2014, this government has been at pains to be perceived as being strong on national security and defence
P Chidambaram says Congress' NPR form had different context from BJP's; terms Centre's population log part of 'sinister agenda'
Chidambaram said that under the UPA, the stress was on residency and not citizenship, as under the BJP's version of the exercise
Nationwide NRC, NPR won’t provide accurate listing of Indian citizens or weed out illegals; govt knows this all too well
For reasons well documented by the government itself, the NRC will not be able to provide an accurate listing of Indian citizens, nor help address the illegal immigrant problem.
Indian Navy's long-term plan to have three aircraft carriers, says Admiral Karambir Singh; first IAC to be operation by 2022
The Indian Navy's long-term plan is to have three aircraft carriers, Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh said on Tuesday and added that the first indigenous aircraft carrier will be fully operational by 2022
As shared concerns in Asia loom, India-US defence ties grow closer despite sticking points in other aspects of bilateral relations
The United States and India on Thursday will conclude the first land, sea and air exercise in their history of military exchanges, a step forward in White House efforts to deepen defence cooperation between the countries
GUJCOCA makes confessions to cops, intercepted conversations admissible in court; threatens checks and balances against government interference
The police should remember that confession may not always be a short cut to a solution.
Sri Lanka presidential polls today: Despite 35 candidates in fray, voters face difficult task of picking 'lesser of two evils'
Even though there are 35 candidates in the fray for the Sri Lanka presidential election, the election has come down to a race between two candidates — Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Sajith Premadasa
US District Judge ruled in a lawsuit by 11 travelers that border officials need to be able to point to specific facts to justify searching.
Centre wants Facebook to decrypt private messaging; 'Nobody prevents you from having your own system of decryption,' says SC judge
Judge Deepak Gupta asked the government lawyers to explain why the onus of facilitating decryption should be on the social media companies like Facebook
Haryana Assembly polls: Swaraj India's campaign was a glimpse of what alternate politics in India can look like
The Haryana election has concluded. On Thursday, the results will be declared and there isn't going to be a surprise for anyone
Edward Snowden, living in Russia since leaking classified documents showing the scope of post-9/11 US government surveillance, wants to claim asylum in France.
The US wants to block the undersea cable between Hong Kong and Los Angeles.