Centre has asked Research and Analysis Wing along with intelligence Bureau and Joint Intelligence Committee to give their inputs to counter Left-wing extremism. NEW DELHI: The Centre has asked Alok Joshi, the chief of India's external intelligence agency, the ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
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Committee calls for stronger safeguards and oversight on latest instalment of counter-terrorism laws
MARK COLVIN: Federal Parliament's Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has called for significant changes to the latest counter-terrorism measures. It's recommended 36 changes, including that the Government should not be able to declare an ...ABC Online, 2 weeks ago 22 October 2014—Government response to committee report on the Counter-Terrorism Legislation Amendment (Foreign Fighters) Bill 2014 Australian Government, 1 week ago Intelligence committee wants foreign fighter changes — and a much bigger role Crikey Media, 2 weeks ago Parliamentary committee recommends watering down of foreign fighters bill Special Broadcasting Service, 2 weeks ago
According to the data compiled by the Joint Plant Committee, India exported 2.69 million tonne steel during the April to September period of 2014-15 up by 0.4% YoY as compared to 2.68 million tonnes in the same period of last fiscal . Compared with ...Steel Guru, 1 week ago CID chief to be appointed head of police force in Jan Asiaone, 2 weeks ago R N Ravi appointed new chief of Joint Intelligence Committee Business Standard, 2 months ago ACC Appointment PIB, 2 months ago
The Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security has highlighted concerns about the proposed Foreign Fighters Bill - the Federal Government now needs to stop and take a breath, writes Katie Wood. Attorney-General George Brandis' introduction of ...ABC Online, 2 weeks ago Foreign Fighters Bill recommendations highlight need for more scrutiny Noodls, 2 weeks ago
The NSCN-IM is not happy that chairman of Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) RN Ravi has been appointed as the new interlocutor for Naga talks. In a press communique today, the Ministry of Information and Publicity (MIP), NSCN-IM, said "The reportage that has ...E Pao!, 1 month ago PMO nixes MHA choice for Naga interlocutor Deccan Herald, 2 months ago PMO overrules Rajnath on Naga talks interlocutor Times of India, 2 months ago Govt. appoints JIC chairman Ravi as interlocutor for Naga peace talks Sify, 2 months ago
Overruling the Union home ministry yet again, the Prime Minister’s Office on Friday appointed Joint Intelligence Committee chairman R.N. Ravi as the new interlocutor for the Naga peace talks. Mr Ravi, it is learnt, was the prefered choice of national ...Asian Age, 2 months ago
The government Monday appointed R.N. Ravi as the new chief of Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) and also cleared appointment of Ramesh Chand Tayal as special director general of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF).Appointment of Ravi, a former special ...Prokerala, 2 months ago
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MOSCOW, October 25 (RIA Novosti) - The CIA has rejected allegations of temporizing the joint White House/Senate committee/CIA report on Al-Qaeda detainees torture after Senate Democrats had accused them of having not declassified enough information.RIA Novosti, 6 days ago
A possible chairman of the House Intelligence Committee in the 114th Congress warned that every day al-Qaeda gets stronger as the Obama administration tries to perpetuate a narrative that the infamous terror group is degraded or decimated. Last ...RealClearWorld, 1 week ago
Dr Julian Lewis MP (pictured left), member of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament, and Admiral Lord West (pictured far left), member of the Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy, urged the next government to take their ...Civil Service World, 1 week ago
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