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India, China can quickly resolve boundary dispute: NSA Shivshankar
Deccan Chronicle

India, China can quickly resolve boundary dispute: NSA Shivsha...

National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon (Photo: PTI/File) Beijing: India and China can quickly resolve their vexed boundary dispute as they have governments with strong mandates to reach an agreement with most of the spadework already ... Deccan Chronicle, 2 weeks ago
'India, China can quickly resolve border dispute' Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
"settling the border is imp" The Statesman, 2 weeks ago
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India Today

China welcomes Ajit Doval as special representative

Ajit Doval was named as India's special representative taking over from former NSA Shivshankar Menon. China on Tuesday said it "welcomes" the appointment of National Security Adviser Ajit Doval as India's special representative for boundary talks, ...
 India Today3 weeks ago Negotiating with China: Doval's task is cut out  Rediff.com3 weeks ago Ajit Doval becomes China negotiator with stars in alignment  Business Standard India3 weeks ago China welcomes NSA Ajit Doval's appointment as Special Representative for boundary talks  Economic Times3 weeks ago
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Modi's US Trip a Successful Visit: Shivshankar Menon

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the US and his meeting with President Barack Obama was successful, former National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon has said, insisting that the outcome shows the progress made in the bilateral ties during the last 10 ...
 Outlook2 months ago Modi's US trip a successful visit: Menon  Deccan Herald2 months ago Narendra Modi's US trip a successful visit: Shivshankar Menon  Economic Times2 months ago PM Narendra Modi`s US trip a successful visit: Menon  Zee News2 months ago

India's Security Strategy and Sino-Indian Relations

Lecturer: Shivshankar MENON Chaired by: Professor YUAN Ming Time: 19:00-20:30, December 1, 2014 Venue: Room 203, Natural Sciences Building Shivshankar MENON was the National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of India from January ...
 Center for International and Strategic Studies4 weeks ago
Indian Express

Devastating spycraft failures led to raid

NEW YORK The 26/11 Mumbai attacks happened as a result of one of the most devastating near-misses in the history of spycraft in which the US, British and Indian spy agencies failed to pull together all the strands gathered by their hi-tech ...
 Oman Tribune1 hour ago As UK, US and India watched, Lashkar man Zarrar Shah plotted 26/11  Indian Express1 hour ago Deadly spycraft near-misses resulted in 26/11: NYT report  Mumbai Mirror2 hours ago US, UK, India spies missed Mumbai terror alerts  DAWN Group2 hours ago
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Jagran Post

LeT, ISI officers hatched plot for Mumbai attacks

NEW YORK The 26/11 attacks were plotted by the Lashkare Toiba's (LeT) and some officers of Pakistans's Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) as a commando-style assault in India that would dwarf previous operations after their alliance came under ...
 Oman Tribune1 hour ago 26/11 attacks plotted by LeT and some ISI officers: report  Business Standard India18 hours ago 26/11 Mumbai attacks plotted by LeT, ISI officers: Report  Jagran Post17 hours ago
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The Freepress Journal

3 Nations Had Input But Missed 26/11 Big Picture

New Delhi: In one of the most devastating near-misses in spy craft, intelligence agencies of India, the US and Britain failed to foil the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack despite actionable input, the New York Times said on Monday. The daily said it ...
 The Freepress Journal2 hours ago Despite intelligence, Mumbai attack …  Yahoo! India16 hours ago Why India can't trust the CIA's intelligence input?  Oneindia17 hours ago Despite intelligence, 26/11 attack wasn't foiled: NYT  ProKerala.com6 hours ago
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International Business Times India

US, British and Indian spies failed to stop 26/11

NEW DELHI: American, British and Indian intelligence agencies failed to foil the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attack despite information from high-tech surveillance and other tools, The New York Times said on Monday. The daily said it had pieced together ...
 The Gulf Today3 hours ago Spies Could've Halted 'India's 9/11,' Failed to Connect Dots  Newser9 hours ago India, Britain, US Failed to Prevent 26/11 Terror Attack Despite Intelligence Inputs  International Business Times India14 hours ago Indian, British, US agencies & officials failed to stop 26/11 despite getting leads: NYT report  Oneindia19 hours ago
Indian Express

Lashkar tech expert who hid in plain sight

On the Internet, Zarrar Shah (above) searched for Sun Tzu's Art of War, previous terror strikes in India and weather forecasts in the Arabian Sea. (Illustration: C R sasikumar) US, British and Indian intelligence had piles of data on Zarrar Shah ...
 Indian Express9 hours ago
Rediff.com

Who's the next Cabinet Secretary?

having got another six-month extension, what do the Cabinet Secretary sweepstakes look like? One theory is that the last man standing will be Power Secretary P K Sinha, who is scheduled to retire on June 30, 2015. The thinking goes thus: that former ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago When the next US defence secretary spoke to Rediff.com  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Carter to be US Defence Secy  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago
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