Reported by Yusra Askari, written by Chandni Prashar | Wednesday April 16, 2014
A Pakistani sessions court today directed the Federal Investigation Agency to register a case against film actress Meera and her husband Captain Naveed in connection with their alleged sex video which they uploaded on the social media.
Wednesday April 9, 2014
NHTSA said GM had also told the agency it was not able to respond fully because of an investigation into the recall by former federal prosecutor Anton Valukas, who has been hired by GM to conduct an internal probe.
World | Agence France-Presse | Thursday March 20, 2014
The US government's clandestine PRISM Internet program exposed by Edward Snowden targets suspect email addresses and phone numbers but does not search for keywords like terrorism, officials said on Wednesday.
World | Agence France-Presse | Friday January 10, 2014
Fugitive intelligence contractor Edward Snowden's theft of 1.7 million secret documents could potentially put US military forces in "lethal" danger worldwide, American lawmakers warned on Thursday, citing a confidential Pentagon report.
World | Barry Meier, The New York Times | Saturday December 14, 2013
Robert A. Levinson was an overweight bear of a man who once worked as an FBI agent and desperately wanted to recapture the life of international intrigue he relished as an expert on Russian organized crime.
World | Mark Mazzetti and Justin Elliott, The New York Times | Tuesday December 10, 2013
Not limiting their activities to the earthly realm, U.S. and British spies have infiltrated the fantasy worlds of World of Warcraft and Second Life, conducting surveillance and scooping up data in the online games played by millions of people across ...
World | Thomas Erdbrink, The New York Times | Thursday November 28, 2013
It might not make MTV, but a music video surfaced Wednesday honoring Iran's president, Hassan Rouhani, and showing him alongside musical instruments - which are banned on state television - and women singing.
World | Agence France-Presse | Friday November 15, 2013
A former FBI agent was sentenced to more than three years in prison on Thursday for disclosing confidential national security information about a foiled bomb plot to an Associated Press reporter.
India | NDTV.com | Wednesday November 13, 2013
A sensational disclosure is made in a new book on the Mumbai 26/11 attacks. NDTV speaks to one of the two authors of the book, Adrian Levy.
World | Reuters | Wednesday October 30, 2013
US President Barack Obama recently ordered the National Security Agency to curtail eavesdropping on the United Nations headquarters in New York as part of a review of US electronic surveillance, according to a US official familiar with the decision.
World | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday October 27, 2013
Israeli agents hacked millions of phone calls and messages in France, media reported citing a leaked US intelligence document.
World | Reuters | Sunday October 27, 2013
Protesters marched on Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday to protest the US government's online surveillance programs, whose vast scope was revealed this year by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden.
World | Reuters | Monday October 21, 2013
Public disclosures about US government surveillance threaten the ability of police to use powerful new technologies such as drones and mobile license plate readers, a top law enforcement official said on Sunday.
World | Agence France-Presse | Thursday October 10, 2013
The father of Edward Snowden arrived in Moscow today, hoping to meet his son for the first time since the former US intelligence contractor became a fugitive after leaking sensational details of US covert surveillance.
World | Press Trust of India | Tuesday October 8, 2013
In yet another setback to Pervez Musharraf, a Pakistani anti-terrorism court today rejected the former military ruler's request for dropping his name in the Benazir Bhutto murder case and fixed a date for a fresh trial.
World | Reuters | Monday October 7, 2013
Britain launched a new crime-fighting agency today and unveiled a revamped strategy to combat serious organised crime, which it says costs the country 24 billion pounds and represents a threat to national security.
World | Reuters | Monday October 7, 2013
Britain's new crime-fighting agency starts work on Monday with the power to mobilise intelligence from multiple sources and direct police forces across the country to tackle drug gangs, corruption, cyber crime and child sex abuse.
World | Press Trust of India | Wednesday October 2, 2013
A Pakistani anti-terrorism court ordered a retrial in the case related to former premier Benazir Bhutto's assassination after Pervez Musharraf was named as the main accused.
India | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday August 30, 2013
Yasin Bhatkal, one of India's most wanted men and the head of the terror group Indian Mujahideen, was arrested last night near the border with Nepal.
World | Reuters | Monday August 5, 2013
A secretive US Drug Enforcement Administration unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations o...