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  • Iraq Operations Cost $560 Million So Far: Pentagon

    Iraq Operations Cost $560 Million So Far: Pentagon

    US military operations in Iraq, including airstrikes and surveillance flights, have cost about $560 million (30 billion rupees) since mid-June, the Pentagon said on Friday.

  • Eyeing China, Japan Seeks Record Defence Budget

    Eyeing China, Japan Seeks Record Defence Budget

    Japan's Defense Ministry on Friday requested money for F-35 stealth fighter jets as part of its biggest-ever budget to bolster its ability to defend remote southern islands, including ones also claimed by an increasingly assertive China.

  • Chinese Interceptions of US Military Planes Could Intensify Due to Submarine Base

    Chinese Interceptions of US Military Planes Could Intensify Due to Submarine Base

    One Chinese naval officer has advice for fighter pilots intercepting U.S. surveillance planes in the wake of an incident over the South China Sea last week that Washington condemned as dangerous - fly even closer.

  • China Vows to Respond to US Surveillance Flights

    China Vows to Respond to US Surveillance Flights

    China says it will keep responding to US military surveillance flights off its coast, rejecting American claims that one of Beijing's fighter jets acted recklessly in intercepting a US Navy plane last week.

  • Obama Approves Reconnaissance over Islamic State in Syria

    Obama Approves Reconnaissance over Islamic State in Syria

    President Barack Obama has authorized surveillance flights over Syria, a precursor to potential airstrikes there, but a mounting concern for the White House is how to target the Sunni extremists without helping President Bashar Assad.

  • Chinese Media Warn US Over Warplane Interception

    Chinese Media Warn US Over Warplane Interception

    China's state-run media warned Washington on Monday that Beijing could treat its surveillance flights as an "act of hostility", after accusations a Chinese fighter jet flew dangerously close to a US military aircraft.

  • China Calls US Warplane Accusations 'Groundless': Report

    China Calls US Warplane Accusations 'Groundless': Report

    Beijing dismissed Saturday the Pentagon's accusations that a Chinese fighter jet flew too close to a US military aircraft off Hainan Island, blaming "massive and frequent" surveillance for dangerous mid-air confrontations in state media.

  • Gaps Remain in India's Ebola Preparedness, Says WHO

    Gaps Remain in India's Ebola Preparedness, Says WHO

    India has been pro-active in preparing for an outbreak of Ebola, but authorities need to improve the surveillance of travellers and raise public awareness about the deadly virus, the World Health Organisation said on Friday.

  • For PM Modi's First Independence Day Speech, Drones and CCTVs For Security

    For PM Modi's First Independence Day Speech, Drones and CCTVs For Security

    Drones and about 700 CCTV cameras will be used for surveillance as Delhi is put under massive security cover for Friday, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes his first Independence Day speech from the historic Red Fort.

  • US Can Keep Court Orders, Phone Companies Secret in NSA Spy Case

    US Can Keep Court Orders, Phone Companies Secret in NSA Spy Case

    US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in Oakland, California said to reveal such information might give away methods needed to protect national security.

  • 24-Hour Emergency Helpline Set up For Ebola Outbreak: Harsh Vardhan

    24-Hour Emergency Helpline Set up For Ebola Outbreak: Harsh Vardhan

    In the wake of the World Health Organisation (WHO) issuing a global health emergency due to Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak, the government today opened a 24-hour emergency helpline and said it has put the "most advanced surveillance and tracking...

  • Snowden Receives Three-Year Russian Residence Permit: Lawyer

    Snowden Receives Three-Year Russian Residence Permit: Lawyer

    Former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, wanted by the United States for leaking extensive secrets of its electronic surveillance programmes, has been given a three-year residence permit by Russia, his Russian lawyer told reporters on Thur...

  • Australian PM Tony Abbott Says New Terror Laws Will Not Invade Privacy

    Australian PM Tony Abbott Says New Terror Laws Will Not Invade Privacy

    Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Wednesday defended tough new terror laws under which digital data will be retained for up to two years, denying it is an invasion of privacy.

  • Edward Snowden Leaks Spur New Crop of Secure Phones, Communications

    Edward Snowden Leaks Spur New Crop of Secure Phones, Communications

    Public concerns about the US government's secretive surveillance programs exposed by Edward Snowden have spawned a slew of encryption products and privacy services that aim to make electronic spying more difficult.

  • Drones to Monitor Wildlife in 10 Indian Sites

    Drones to Monitor Wildlife in 10 Indian Sites

    In what could be a major boost to technologically-empowered wildlife surveillance and research in India, plans are afoot to introduce unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones in 10 biodiversity-rich sites across India by January 2015.

  • CIA Spied on US Senate, Internal Review Finds

    CIA Spied on US Senate, Internal Review Finds

    The CIA's insistence that it did not spy on its US Senate overseers collapsed Thursday with the release of a stark report by the agency's internal watchdog documenting improper computer surveillance and obstructionist behavior by CIA officers.

  • Different Government Turned Down Modi's Visa, We Will Welcome Him, John Kerry Tells NDTV: Full Transcript

    Different Government Turned Down Modi's Visa, We Will Welcome Him, John Kerry Tells NDTV: Full Transcript

    In an exclusive interview to NDTV's Prannoy Roy, US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke about the US government's earlier decision to deny Narendra Modi a visa, the allegations that the BJP was cleared as a potential target of surveillance by the Nat...

  • Nepal Gears Up Security Cover for PM Narendra Modi Visit

    Nepal Gears Up Security Cover for PM Narendra Modi Visit

    Air surveillance will be stepped up, a special command centre has been set up and Indian commandos will fly down to Kathmandu as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will begin his Nepal visit on Sunday.

  • UN Religion Expert Concerned Over 'Interrupted' Vietnam Visit

    UN Religion Expert Concerned Over 'Interrupted' Vietnam Visit

    A UN expert expressed worry on Thursday over "serious violations" of religious freedom in Vietnam following a fact-finding mission he said was interrupted by surveillance, harassment and intimidation.

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