‘More India and less China, please’

The world needs more India and less China—that’s according to many of the members of the global strategic community who were in India last week. They came for the third Raisina Dialogue, hosted by the Observer Research Foundation and India’s Ministry of External Affairs. It was a stellar line up.
On the Indian side, among the those giving talks were Ministers Sushma Swaraj, M.J. Akbar, Smriti Irani, Suresh Prabhu, General (Retd.) V.K. Singh and Hardeep Singh Puri. The current Foreign Secretary, S. Jaishankar, was there, as well as the future one, Vijay Keshav Gokhale. Politically, the tone was kept appropriately neutral, with prominent roles for both Ram Madhav and Shashi Tharoor.
The range and seniority of foreign delegations underlined the uniqueness of India’s global position. There were high-level speakers from around the region and around the world, including the United States, Russia, Iran, Indonesia, Turkey, Singapore and more.
The opening session was addressed …

ISI forging links between Khalistanis and J&K terrorists

The National Investigation Agency (NIA), has picked up evidence in Punjab that indicates that Pakistan’s spy agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), is highly active to link pro-Khalistani groups in Punjab and abroad with J&K terrorists “to make it a two-state terror theatre”.

With the help of Punjab police, the NIA has reached the conclusion that the ISI once again wants to revive militancy in the state. The NIA is in the process of approaching the Interpol to corroborate the evidence that the ISI is involved in the targeted killings of Hindu leaders in Punjab during the past two years. The Moga police recently interrogated some Sikh hardliners and gangsters and learnt that huge funds were being routed from Pakistan to radicals in Canada, US, UK, Italy, France, Germany, the UAE and some other countries, and from there diverted to India through hawala channels.
Senior RSS leader Jagdish Gagneja, Shiv Sena leader Durga Prasad Gupta, Hindu leader Amit Sharma, Dera…

Cyber Intelligence averted major Cyber attack & Internet service disruption in India which could have rendered Govt Organisations to SHUT DOWN!

Written by Rohit Srivastwa

Seqrite’s Cyber Intelligence Labs ( working closely with Partner, seQtree InfoServices ( recently tracked a broadcast advertisement on a Darknet platform where an underground actor had advertised access to the servers and database dump of an unspecified Internet Registry. Following a detailed research the team identified the affected organization as India’s National Internet Registry: IRINN (Indian Registry for Internet Names and Numbers) which comes under NIXI (National Internet Exchange of India). The sample screenshots (shared by actor) confirmed that compromise was real. As per the standard protocol, we have contacted the appropriate agencies and sensitized them about the possible breach at IRINN. Here is the detailed sequence of events related to this compromise: Upon noticing the broadcast advertisement, seQtree and Seqrite teams started gathering background research on the actor but did not yield any concrete in…

Rohingya Terrorists want to create Islamic Republic in Northern Rakhine says Myanmar home minister

Myanmar’s Union Minister for Home Affairs Lt-Gen Kyaw Swe claimed that ARSA terrorists are trying to create an Islamic Republic in Northern Rakhine.
“These terrorists are trying to dismantle the local administrative structure, he said while talking with foreign diplomats at Nay Pyi Taw.

He said that the police have been taking the main role to protect the civilian population, but the military have now been requested to assist the police in view of the growing terrorist threat in northern Rakhine.
Myanmar’s National Security Advisor U Thaung Tun stressed that the acts of terror have serious implications not only for the country but the region and beyond.

“It is a clear indication that the terrorists planned and executed the attacks to undermine efforts of the Government and the international community to achieve peace, stability, and sustainable development in Rakhine State,” he said at the same briefing.

He said that the 25th August 2017 was Myanmar’s Black Friday – a day o…

Will liberate India from cow-worshipping Prime Minister says Terrorist Zakir Musa issuing Threats against Narendra Modiji

On the eve of Bakr-Eid, chief of Ansar Gazawat-ul-Hind, al-Qaida's Kashmir cell, Zakir Musa issued a 10-minute audio message, threatening to "liberate" India from the rule of "cow-worshipping" PM Modi and Hindus.
Musa, former Hizbul Mujahideen terroriost, also warned the government against deporting Rohingya Muslims in Jammu.
Last week, the Centre had said that it intended to deport all the estimated 40,000 Rohingya Muslims living in India. Around 6,000 of them live in Jammu.
Lashing out at Pakistan army and government for betraying Kashmir's jihadi movement by supporting the US in its war against "mujahideen", Musa said Islamabad "shut down training camps (for terrorists), martyred many Kashmir-centric mujahideen and put some behind bars".
The message was released on YouTube channel Ansar Ghazwa and circulated by his followers on messaging platforms.
Earlier, the outfit's media wing, Al Hurr, released a poster with a message, "Soon,…

Myanmar security forces fire mortars, machine guns on fleeing Rohingya Muslims, after Rohingya Muslim terrorists attack Myanmar Police Outposts

Myanmar security forces fired mortars and machine guns at terrified Rohingya villagers fleeing northern Rakhine State for Bangladesh on Saturday, according to an AFP reporter and a border official at the scene, as clashes which have killed scores continued for a second day.
The fighting, concentrated around remote border villages, is between suspected Rohingya militants and Myanmar security forces, but is increasingly sweeping in civilians — from the Muslim minority as well as local Buddhists and Hindus.
Rakhine State has become a crucible of religious hatred focused on the stateless Rohingya Muslim minority, who are reviled and perceived as illegal immigrants in Buddhist-majority Myanmar.
Violence has again flared throughout the region, leaving at least 92 dead since early Friday, according to an official toll, and forcing thousands of Rohingya to flee towards Bangladesh.
But authorities there have refused to let most of them in, stranding thousands of people, mainly w…

Lt Col Purohit reveals something big!!! Dawood Ibrahim was in Mumbai in 2005; Do you know which political party welcomed him?