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Beijing says US air surveillance missions threaten peace in South China Sea  May 25, 2:06 pm
Washington, May 25 (ANI): Lodging protests over recent reconnaissance activity by an American plane over the South China Sea, Beijing has said that such flights pose a threat to peace in the region and warned that they could lead to accidents in the air or at sea.
NSA starts winding down 'controversial' surveillance programme  May 24, 9:56 am
Wellington, May 24 (ANI): The United States' National Security Agency has started to wind down a controversial surveillance programme that allowed bulk collection of phone data to track terrorists in the U.S.
China's warning to US spy plane over South China Sea could spike tension  May 22, 1:09 pm
Wellington, May 22 (ANI): The Chinese Navy's warnings to an American surveillance plane to leave air space around the disputed islands in the South China Sea recently indicates that Beijing may consider creating a military exclusion zone, a move that could spark off regional tensions, a report said.
US Congress votes overwhelmingly to ban bulk phone record collection by NSA  May 14, 9:16 am
London, May 14 (ANI): The U.S. Congress has reportedly voted overwhelmingly to approve a ban on bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA), as the House of Representatives mounted pressure to reform the controversial surveillance programme unveiled by Edward Snowden two years ago.
US court says bulk collection of phone records by NSA 'illegal'  May 8, 10:26 am
London, May 08 (ANI): A United States appeals court has termed the collection of phone records by the National Security Agency (NSA) illegal.
French parliament approves 'Orwellian' surveillance law in wake of Paris shootings  May 6, 11:06 am
London, May 06 (ANI): The French Parliament has voted to lend an overwhelming support to a new bill that will pave the way for sweeping new surveillance powers in the wake of January's terror attacks in Paris.
German prosecutor probing spy agency's 'decade-long secret partnership' with NSA  May 4, 1:13 pm
Washington, May 04 (ANI): After the German parliament reportedly disclosed that the nation's electronic surveillance agency BND was aiding U.S.' National Security Agency (NSA) in spying on European politicians and defense contractors for over a decade, Germany's top public prosecutor has initiated a probe to determine if the country's partnership with NSA was violating any laws.
Netaji's great grand nephew dubs surveillance a 'national issue'  Apr 20, 7:25 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 20 (ANI): The great grand nephew of one of India's eminent freedom fighters and Congress leader Subhash Chandra Bose, Sugata Bose, on Sunday said that he wanted to raise the issue of surveillance and declassification of files related to Netaji in the Parliament and called it a 'national' issue.
SAS using 'toy drones' to pinpoint location of IS militants before airstrikes  Apr 19, 2:55 pm
London, April 19 (ANI): The sophisticated carbon-fibre drones, available in shops for 2,500 pounds, are reportedly being used by the British Special Air Service (SAS) increasingly as a surveillance tool to pinpoint the location of Islamic State (IS) commanders and suicide bombers.
New French anti-terrorism bill proposal calls for extensive govt surveillance to thwart attacks  Apr 18, 2:34 pm
Washington, Apr. 18 (ANI): French Parliament has proposed a controversial anti-terrorism bill that calls for extensive government surveillance to thwart terrorist attacks.
Netaji snooping row: Nephews happy with formation of government committee  Apr 15, 4:23 pm
Mumbai/Kolkata, Apr. 15 (ANI): The nephew of Subhas Chandra Bose, Ardhendu Bose, said he is obliged to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a high level committe has been formed for declassification of all documents related to Netaji, including the information that former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru had ordered a surveillance of Netaji's family for twenty years till 1968.
Bose family united in demanding complete information on Netaji, says emotional grand nephew  Apr 14, 2:07 pm
Berlin, Apr. 14 (ANI): The grand nephew of one of India's well known freedom fighters and Congress leader Subhash Chandra Bose, Surya Bose, has said his entire family was united in their demand for receiving complete information from the Indian Government on the decision to declassify all documents related to Netaji, including the information that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had ordered a surveillance of Netaji's family for twenty years till 1968.
'PM Modi assured to look into surveillance issue', says Subhash Chandra Bose's grand nephew  Apr 14, 2:18 am
Berlin, Apr. 14 (ANI): Subhash Chandra's Bose grand nephew Surya Bose said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had assured him to look into the surveillance issue and the declassification of files.
Netaji's grand-nephew likely to meet PM Modi in Berlin today  Apr 13, 12:27 pm
Kolkata, Apr. 13 (ANI): Freedom fighter 'Netaji' Subhash Chandra Bose's grand-nephew, Surya Bose, is likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Berlin today, even as a storm rages over the alleged surveillance on relatives of the Indian National Army (INA) founder.
Pentagon says Iran's new 'suicide drones' pose increased threat to Israel, US Navy  Apr 10, 2:28 pm
Washington, Apr 10 (ANI): Iran has been placing an "explosive emphasis" on putting military surveillance and attack drones into the sky, including "suicide drones" that pose increased risks for Israel and the U.S Navy in the Persian Gulf, a new U.S Army analysis has said.
Congress downplays IB report, claims Nehru and Bose shared 'personal rapport'  Apr 10, 12:33 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 10 (ANI): The Congress Party on Friday downplayed the alleged Intelligence Bureau declassified report which states that former prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru had ordered a surveillance on freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose's family, adding that the two leaders had shared an 'excellent personal rapport'.
BJP dismayed, opposition in denial on IB report of Nehru spying on Netaji's family  Apr 10, 12:33 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 10 (ANI): The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday expressed its dismay over the alleged declassification of an Intelligence Bureau report which stated that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had ordered a surveillance of the family of freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose, and maintained that the Congress Party has had a 'murky past'.
BSF inducts two MI - 17 V5 choppers into its air wing  Apr 9, 5:55 pm
New Delhi, Apr. 9 (ANI): The Border Security Force (BSF) on Thursday inducted two advanced MI - 17 V5 choppers into its Air Wing to boost its surveillance and operational capabilities.
HRW sues US for 'illegally' collecting its call records to foreign countries for years  Apr 9, 1:03 pm
Karachi, April 9 (ANI): Human Rights Watch (HRW) has sued the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for illegally collecting records of its calls to foreign nations for years.
Republican Rand Paul launches presidential bid with promises of tax cuts, end to surveillance  Apr 8, 11:09 am
London, April 8 (ANI): Senator Rand Paul has kicked off his presidential campaign with a moderated version of libertarianism that is expected to set him apart from the Republican pack.
Cantheyseemydick.com tells how vulnerable your 'dick pics' are to NSA programs  Apr 7, 12:41 pm
Washington, April 7 (ANI): A website named Cantheyseemydick.com offers the common man a sneak peek into the National Security Agencies' (NSA) surveillance programs by using the relatable context of sending photos of your genitals over the internet.
Edward Snowden issues 'call to arms' for tech firms to thwart govt surveillance  Mar 16, 2:44 pm
Washington, March 16 (ANI): Edward Snowden's streamed question and answer session with about two dozen people from across the technology and policy world at SXSW has been dubbed as a "call to arms" for tech companies to thwart spying with better privacy tools, a participant of the event said.
Secret surveillance at VIPs residence unacceptable, similar to 'espionage': Congress   Mar 16, 10:42 am
New Delhi, Mar. 16 (ANI): The Congress party on Monday said that conducting a secret surveillance at a VIPs residence is unacceptable and added that the act was almost similar to espionage.
Successful Seychelles trip concluded, PM Modi departs for Mauritius  Mar 11, 5:40 pm
Victoria (Seychelles), Mar. 11 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday concluded a successful trip to Seychelles, departing for Mauritius for the second leg of his five-day, three-nation tour of the Indian Ocean island nations. During his visit, the Prime Minister held discussions on enhanced cooperation in maritime security, anti-piracy measures and renewable energy with Seychelles President James Michel. He also unveiled the coastal surveillance radar system in Victoria, which will enable the island nation to secure its maritime territory. Prime Minister Modi also secured the leasing of Assumption Island, one of the 115 islands that constitute the Seychelles. On paper, the island will be leased for 'island development' for tourism purposes, but in actuality, it could be put to use as a listening and surveillance post for India. During his day long stay, the Prime Minister also visited the Sree Navasakthi Vinayagar Kovil (Temple dedicated to Lord Ganesh), took part in a civic reception organized by the expatriate Indian community, unveiled a plaque and operationalised a coastal surveillance radar system at the Ma Josephine Mahe and attended a lunch hosted by President Michel. Relations between India and Seychelles have been characterized by close cooperation and understanding, specifically in the defence sector. In 1986, India had executed 'Operation Flowers are Blooming' in Seychelles, when on a request by then-president Rene, prime minister Rajiv Gandhi instructed then Indian Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Tahiliani, to dispatch the frigate INS Vindhyagiri to avert a coup. In 2009, on the request of Seychelles, India dispatched naval ships to patrol its exclusive economic zone and guard it against piracy. India has also helped Seychelles' armed forces in capacity building. In 2014, an Indian naval ship, the INS Tarasa, was gifted to Seychelles to augment surveillance and patrolling capacity of Seychelles waters. Several Indian ships have since made port calls in Victoria. Seychelles had earlier offered China its harbour for refuelling and docking of Chinese warships stationed in the Gulf of Aden for anti-piracy operations.
PM Modi unveils CSRS radar in Seychelles  Mar 11, 4:10 pm
Victoria (Seychelles), Mar. 11 (ANI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday formally unveiled the coastal surveillance radar system in Victoria.
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