China says US chipmaker Micron 'failed' national security review
It marked the latest escalation in the bitter chip war between the United States and China, with Washington looking to cut off Beijing's access to cutting-edge semiconductors.
Amritpal Singh booked in eight cases, National Security Act invoked against him
Amritpal Singh and his close associate Papalpreet Singh were booked on charges of extortion and illegal confinement at Bilga Police Station of Jalandhar (Rural).
Pakistan, China to virtually attend meeting of SCO National Security Advisors in Delhi
The next important SCO meet will be the defence ministers' meet from April 27-29. There is no clarity on whether Pakistan and China will attend this meet in person or virtually or skip it.
Shah to chair regional meet on drug trafficking and national security in Bengaluru
Later in the day, Shah will lay the foundation stone of Sahakara Samridhi Soudha and inaugurate various other programmes by the Ministry of Cooperation.
NSA order against radical preacher Amritpal Singh issued on Saturday: Police affidavit in HC
During the hearing of the petition on Tuesday, the state government said that Amritpal was neither detained nor arrested by police.
Denied compensation, five of family attempt immolation at Pragathi Bhavan
However, the tahasildar’s investigation found that the same land was allocated to different persons in the subsequent years by the same board.
BSF ex-DG Pankaj Kumar Singh appointed India's Deputy NSA
Singh will assist National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in the creation, implementation and improvisation of India’s national security strategies.
Minority radicalisation bigger threat to national security
While such incidents are to be expected, the reality is that the threat of Islamist terrorism in India has been marginalised.
MP: NSA invoked against Bangladeshi involved in trafficking women for flesh trade
Tafazzur Mamun, who uses fake identity cards with the names Vijay Kumar, Amrul and Vimal Dutt, allegedly operated a human trafficking racket from Mumbai.
Freed from jail, Dr Kafeel Khan says he fears for his life in UP, wants to serve nation
The medico took a jibe at the UP STF in a veiled reference to the Vikas Dubey encounter, saying he was grateful to the sleuths as they spared his life while bringing him from Maharashtra
Welcome release of Kafeel Khan, hope Azam Khan will get justice too: Akhilesh Yadav
The high court on Tuesday quashed Khan's detention under the NSA and ordered his immediate release, saying his speech at the AMU didn't promote hatred or violence.
India has developed proactive defence policy: Amit Shah in Kolkata
Shah also said that India has now joined the league of countries like the US and Israel in carrying out surgical strikes.
Have 'constricted power' to review govt decisions pertaining to nation's security, says SC
The top court said however that the scope of judicial review would vary with the subject matter of the contract and there cannot be any uniform standard which could be understood.
How will the entry of US diplomats John Bolton and Mike Pompeo change US- Asia Policy?
With John Bolton as NSA, experts do see the White House trying to lean on China to pressure the Pakistanis to crack down harder on terrorism.
John Bolton, new US national security advisor, in his own words
John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the UN named by President Donald Trump to serve as his new National Security Advisor, does not mince words.
Trump warns of immigration threat to national security
Trump said that America's current immigration system weakens national security, as his administration sought Supreme Court backing to lift protections shielding 700,000 Dreamer immigrants.
Immigration system undermining national security, says US Attorney General Jeff Sessions
The White House says the current system brings too many people to the country who cannot assimilate and lack skills and education to contribute to society.
China's Arunachal Pradesh transgression accidental, labourers not troops crossed border: Report
The recent Chinese intrusion was an "inadvertent border crosswalk" by some labourers and did not involve Chinese troops, according to a report by the National Security Council.
Tensions over North Korea worsen rights violations, says United Nations
North Korea's latest ballistic missile test demonstrated that it can threaten the US mainland, and there is growing concern that it will soon be able to put a nuclear warhead on its missiles.
Pakistan using India as an excuse to pursue its Afghan policy, says senior US security official Michael Anton
The US has said strongly refuting Islamabad's concerns with regard to Indian developmental activities in Afghanistan.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test