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Army's cyber warriors battle Pakistani, Chinese hacker groups
India Today

Army's cyber warriors battle Pakistani, Chinese hacker groups

India is increasingly facing a threat from an army of hostile hackers operating from countries like China and Pakistan. To counter this cyber offensive, the Indian Army has created two separate units under Military Intelligence whose job is to tackle this ... India Today, 1 month ago
China is a bigger threat to India than Pakistan South Asia Monitor, 3 weeks ago

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India should hit back at Pak for terror: BJP MP

The former Union Home Secretary referred to terror attacks in India and said Pakistan army is involved in these. India should hit back at Pakistan for sponsoring terrorism in this country, BJP member R K Singh said in Lok Sabha, adding there is ...
 The Hindu1 month ago India Should Hit Back at Pakistan: BJP MP  News18.com1 month ago India Should Hit Back At Pakistan For Sponsoring Terror: BJP MP  NDTV1 month ago No point in talks, India should hit back at Pakistan ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Siasat Daily

Pakistan army's melodrama to boost the image of General Raheel Sharif

Pakistan army chief, General Raheel is due to retire in November, 2016. In January, 2016 he had announced his decision of not seeking any further extension in service. However, just like Pakistani politicians, the country's army is also ...
 Meri News1 month ago Authorities in Pak to arrest army chief poster campaigner  Siasat Daily1 month ago Authorities decide to arrest poster campaigner  The Express Tribune1 month ago
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The Express Tribune

Controversy Looms as Pakistan Passes Cybercrime Law, Critics Say Violates Human Rights

Pakistan's National Assembly on Thursday passed the controversial cybercrime bill through a majority vote that prescribes a maximum penalty of 14 years in jail and 5 million rupees in fine for cyber-terrorism. The bill, Prevention of Electronic ...
 CircleID2 weeks ago Cyber terrorists to be jailed for 14 years  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago Controversial cybercrime law passed by National Assembly  Business Recorder2 weeks ago
PhoneWorld

Why should an average Pakistani care about the cyber crime bill's passage?

The government's pick-and-choose approach to enforcement and interpretation, is what makes the cybercrime bill so dangerous — Nighat Dad Q. Why should I, as an average citizen of Pakistan, care about the passage of the PECB? A. You should ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Cybercrime Bill: Toying with someone's phone can land you in jail  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Cyber Crime Bill; Bane or a Boon?  PhoneWorld2 months ago

Blackout: Thailand's Cyber Wars

In BLACKOUT, a series made possible by Jigsaw, takes viewers across the globe, from Pakistan to Belarus, to examine technology's role in the ongoing fight for free expression. Watch the rest of the series here: http://bit.ly/1UNxdKP In May 2014, ...
 VICE News4 weeks ago
Rediff.com

John Kerry meets Sushma Swaraj, lauds India-US defence ties

The US on Tuesday "fully" backed India on its demand that Pakistan should act against terrorists operating from sanctuaries on its soil with US Secretary of State John Kerry asserting that his country "stands in strong partnership with India" against all terrorism. Terrorism, more specifically that emanating from Pakistan, figured prominently in marathon talks between Kerry and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who briefed him extensively on the "continuing problem of cross-border ...
 Rediff.com1 hour ago US backs India on its demand that Pak should act against terrorists  Deccan Herald2 hours ago
India Today

The spy who hacked a thousand Indian sites

Pro-Pakistan hacker Afzal Faizal who breached the firewalls of more than a thousand Indian websites in the last two years has come under the scanner of Indian security agencies, five days after he claimed to have got access to the e-payment system ...
 Business Today India3 weeks ago Pro-Pakistan hacker on Intel agencies' watch, hacked more than 1,000 Indian websites  India Today3 weeks ago
NDTV

In Era Of Psychological, Cyber War, Social Media Sainiks Needed: Minister

Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore spoke about the threats of social media and psychological warfare. New Delhi: In the backdrop of unrest in Jammu and Kashmir, Union minister Rajyavardhan Rathore said on Tuesday that "psychological wars" waged ...
 NDTV1 month ago In Era Of Psychological, Cyber Warfare, 'Social Media Sainiks' Needed: Minister  NDTV1 month ago Psychological Warfare on Social Media Our New Threat: Rathore  Outlook India1 month ago 'Psychological warfare on social media a new threat'  The Statesman1 month ago
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Comforting disillusions

Since facing the armies of PTI's cyber cadre Id promised myself that I would not indulge in any more online debates. I thought I was doing a good job until 2 days ago I was deleted and blocked by a friend of mine for criticising the governmental ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 weeks ago
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