A grenade-dropping drone, 3D fly-on-the-wall radar to see through a 20-m-thick wall and a dogo robot armed with remote pistol are some of the latest weaponry provided to the NSG to undertake lethal counter- terror operations with a punch of stealth. The ... Deccan Herald, 2 days ago
NSG gets more firepower with grenade lobbing UAVs, dogo robo - Rediff.com, 2 days ago
[China], Feb. 17 (ANI): With India and China set to hold their first Strategic Dialogue meet, Beijing on Friday said New Delhi's entry to the Nuclear Supplier's Group (NSG) must be based on a set of principles agreed by other members while adding that the ...Sify, 3 days ago France has not given up on giving entry to India in NSG Sify, 1 month ago India should conform to UN resolutions on Azhar's issue' China Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
scenario, have prepared a blueprint to equip its commandos with the latest gadgets as they foresee a situation where the contingency force will have to undertake multifarious operations, ranging from closed spaces of a five-star hotel like during 2008 Mumbai ...DNA, 2 days ago
High drama ensued at the National Security Guards (NSG) centre in Manesar near Gurugram on Monday as a group of suspected cattle smugglers, which was being chased by gau rakshaks (cow protectors), made its way into the sensitive and secured campus, police ...DNA, 1 week ago
In a first, 'black cat' commandos of elite counter-terror force National Security Guard participated in the Republic Day parade at Rajpath in New Delhi. A contingent of about 140 personnel in black overalls, balaclava headgear and carrying special assault rifle MP-5 added dashing sheen to the parade. The commandos were given a rapturous round of applause by the spectators as they marched down Rajpath singing the NSG song Hum haina haina hindustan penned by renowned poet and lyricist Javed ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago India displays military might, NSG makes debut in Republic Day parade Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
IN THE FOREWORD to an aide’s book on presidential decision- making, John F Kennedy wrote: ‘The essence of ultimate decision remains impenetrable to the observer—often, indeed, to the decider himself.’ Yet even if the process of decision-making was ...Open Magazine, 2 months ago
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