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Yash Raj Films turns 50: A look at anti-heroes who made villainy fashionable, from SRK in Darr to Hrithik Roshan in War
Entertainment

Yash Raj Films turns 50: A look at anti-heroes who made villainy fashionable, from SRK in Darr to Hrithik Roshan in War

From Shah Rukh Khan's twisted stalker in Darr to the swashbuckling bad guys of the Dhoom franchise, Yash Raj Films has given us some memorable anti-heroes.

Maria Butina, convicted of working as a Russian spy in US, returns to Moscow after being deported
World

Maria Butina, convicted of working as a Russian spy in US, returns to Moscow after being deported

Maria Butina pleaded guilty in December last year to one count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia by infiltrating a gun rights group and influencing US conservative activists and Republicans.

With Bard of Blood, The Family Man and War up for release, tracing the evolution of the spy genre in India
Entertainment

With Bard of Blood, The Family Man and War up for release, tracing the evolution of the spy genre in India

Amazon Prime gets its first desi spy drama this month (The Family Man, 20 September) and so does Netflix (Bard of Blood, 27 September). After binge watching these two shows over the next two weekends, you can then walk into a theatre the following Friday and catch some more spy action with Yashraj Films’ War releasing on 2 October.

India's Greatest Spy Who Wasn't
India

India's Greatest Spy Who Wasn't

World War II was fought not just with tanks and torpedoes, but also with intrigue and spies. A Chennai journalist seized the chance to spin the story of a lifetime. The story of KS Narasimhan

Musharraf-era spy boss in hot seat
World

Musharraf-era spy boss in hot seat

Taliban-Afghan-US negotiations is biggest challenge for Pakistan’s new interior minister

Russian operative Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison for role in influence campaign in US politics
World

Russian operative Maria Butina sentenced to 18 months in prison for role in influence campaign in US politics

The leader of a small Russian gun rights group, Maria Butina used her ties to the NRA firearms lobby to build a network of powerful Republican contacts.

Sure, Huawei P30 Pro’s 50x zoom is a creepy, privacy nightmare, but it’s nothing new
News & Analysis

Sure, Huawei P30 Pro’s 50x zoom is a creepy, privacy nightmare, but it’s nothing new

There will always be ways to stalk someone but that was possible well before the P30 Pro showed up.

Rajasthan man, 36, detained on suspicion of spying for Pakistan; was assigned to collect info on Indian Army
India

Rajasthan man, 36, detained on suspicion of spying for Pakistan; was assigned to collect info on Indian Army

Nawab Khan visited Pakistan last year where he came in touch with an agent of that country's intelligence agency ISI. The ISI agent trained him and gave him tasks of collecting and sharing information related to Army movement, officials said.

Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi violated Official Secrets Act in Rafale deal: What the Act says about 'spying'
Politics

Rahul Gandhi says Narendra Modi violated Official Secrets Act in Rafale deal: What the Act says about 'spying'

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday asked how Anil Ambani knew that the Rafale deal would materialise 10 days in advance of the official announcement and pointed at a possible role played by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in conveying information to Ambani, in violation of the Official Secrets Act.

Despite Huawei's spying allegations, China urges countries to maintain relations
News & Analysis

Despite Huawei's spying allegations, China urges countries to maintain relations

No evidence has been produced publicly and Huawei has repeatedly denied the accusations.

Russia detains American citizen in Moscow suspected of espionage; criminal case filed by Federal Security Service
World

Russia detains American citizen in Moscow suspected of espionage; criminal case filed by Federal Security Service

Russia has detained a US citizen in Moscow accused of spying, the FSB security service said on Monday. It said in a statement that the American was detained on Friday "while carrying out an act of espionage" and that a criminal case had been opened.

Suspected spy for Pakistan's ISI arrested at BrahMos unit in Nagpur; accused charged for allegedly leaking missile secrets
India

Suspected spy for Pakistan's ISI arrested at BrahMos unit in Nagpur; accused charged for allegedly leaking missile secrets

The suspected spy for Pakistan's ISI, Nishant Agrawal, arrested at the Nagpur BrahMos unit by the Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra ATS, had been working at the facility for four years.

UK dismisses claim of two Russian nerve agent attack suspects as
India

UK dismisses claim of two Russian nerve agent attack suspects as "lies and blatant fabrications"

The UK government Thursday dismissed as "lies and blatant fabrications" the claim of the two Russians accused of carrying out a deadly nerve agent attack in the country on a former Russian spy and his daughter that they were innocent civilian tourists.

Vladimir Putin says men suspected of poisoning former spy in UK identified as civilians, urges them to speak to media
World

Vladimir Putin says men suspected of poisoning former spy in UK identified as civilians, urges them to speak to media

The British government has said Putin is ultimately responsible for the nerve agent attack on Sergei Skripal, a claim the Kremlin has strongly denied.

Maria Butina trial: US backtracks on accusations that Russian spy suspect offered sex for access to National Rifle Association
World

Maria Butina trial: US backtracks on accusations that Russian spy suspect offered sex for access to National Rifle Association

Federal prosecutors are backtracking on their allegation that Maria Butina, a Russian woman accused of working as a secret agent offered to trade sex for access, according to a Justice Department court filing.

Pakistan foreign minister says he is hopeful that country will win ICJ case against alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav
World

Pakistan foreign minister says he is hopeful that country will win ICJ case against alleged Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav

Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death by a Pakistani military court for espionage in April 2017 following which India moved the ICJ. India denied that he was a spy and alleged he was seized and taken forcibly to Pakistan.

Samsung's Galaxy S7 contains a security flaw making it vulnerable to hacking
News & Analysis

Samsung's Galaxy S7 contains a security flaw making it vulnerable to hacking

The Galaxy S7 is currently used by some 30 million people, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.

The Unending Game by Vikram Sood offers former RAW chief's compelling, exhaustive insights into espionage
India

The Unending Game by Vikram Sood offers former RAW chief's compelling, exhaustive insights into espionage

Vikram Sood's The Unending Game covers some of the most exciting aspects of Indian intelligence's failures and successes

Rabinder Singh, spy who defected to US, is no more: Double agent lived his last years as a remorseful recluse
India

Rabinder Singh, spy who defected to US, is no more: Double agent lived his last years as a remorseful recluse

Rabinder Singh, an army Major who joined R&AW on deputation, rose through the ranks of India’s external spy agency before he was recruited by the CIA.