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Posted by on Feb 11, 2013 in Drones, Intelligence, Technology | 0 comments

Five Myths about ‘Drone-wars’ debunked

Five Myths about ‘Drone-wars’ debunked

Mark R. Jacobson takes on 5 myths regarding drone-wars by obama administration on washingtonpost this week. Are drones immoral ? Does drone strike cause inordinate civilian causalities? Does drone allow us to fight wars without danger? Are drones technologically complex weapons that only rich nations can afford? Will Obama be remembered as the drone president ? Read on here,...

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Posted by on Nov 3, 2012 in Intelligence, UFO | 4 comments

UFO sighted in Ladakh region of India

UFO sighted in Ladakh region of India

Latest photograph of the UFO sighting by ITBP The Indian Army and Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP) have reported unidentified  flying objects (UFO) in the Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir reports India Today a weekly a magazine in India. An ITBP unit based in Thakung close to the Pangong Tso Lake, reported over 100 sightings of luminous objects between Aug 1 and October 15 this year. These UFO’s doesn’t seem to be Chinese drones as they are accounted in separate records by the ITBP, Indian Army deployed a hi-tech radar to the track these objects but could not find these objects and concluded it to be non-metallic. The army also deployed a drone to chase the UFO but the drone reached it’s maximum altitude and the UFO went past it. Indian intelligence and army are in a fix, unable to conclude on the origin of the UFO’s. A team of astronomers from the Indian Astronomical Observatory at Hanle, 150km south of lake studied the airborne phenomena for three days. The tram spotted the...

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Posted by on Jun 18, 2012 in Defence, Intelligence | 0 comments

Stratfor tracked the body of Osama Bin Laden says it was not buried at sea

Stratfor tracked the body of Osama Bin Laden says it was not buried at sea

 ‘The Global intelligence Files’ archive in Wikileaks contains an email from the private intelligence company Stratfor’s Fred Burton which says Osama bin laden’s corpse were not buried at sea according to United State’s statement but was rather taken to Maryland. Stratfor is a global intelligence company founded by Fred Burton a former special agent with US Diplomatic Security Service. The company provides intelligence on political, corporate and military to its clients including government agencies.  One of its well known client is Dow Chemical Co., the company which bought the Union Carbide Corporation (UCC) which was responsible for the Bhopal gas tragedy. Dow Chemical Co., has recruited Stratfor for gathering intelligence on Bhopal gas tragedy Activists who are trying to obtain justice to the people affected from the toxic Gas leak of 1984. In the email on Osama bin laden’s body, Fred Burton, described bin Laden’s body as  ”bound for Dover, DE (Delaware) on CIA plane”, while a subsequent message said the remains went ”onward to the Armed Forces Institute of...

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Posted by on Jun 10, 2012 in Defence, Intelligence | 0 comments

Pakistan’s ISI trying to revive militancy in punjab, centre worried

Pakistan’s ISI trying to revive militancy in punjab, centre worried

Golden Temple Amritsar The centre is worried by the move of setting up memorial for those killed in the ‘Operation Blue Star’ in Golden Temple. Bricks were laid for the memorial by five Sikh head preists along with Jatehedar Akal Takht Gyani Gubachan Singh and SGPC President Avtar Singh Makkar on the 28th anniversary of Operation Blue Star on June 6. Centre said it is watching the developments keenly. “It is a very disturbing development as the occasion was marked with separist and anti-India slogans,” a senior official said. The Operation Blue Star was launched by the army on june6 in 1984 to flush out holed-up Sikh militants led by their leader Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale, who was killed along with his 200 associates. For the last five years, Pakistani diplomats and ISI officers have been meeting separatist Sikh leaders regularly in Europe and America and encouraging and helping them to revive militancy in punjab, the sources said. The Home ministry is also watching the move of radical Sikh groups...

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Posted by on May 29, 2012 in Defence | 0 comments

Pakistan tests nuclear capable Hatf-IX short range missile

Pakistan tests nuclear capable Hatf-IX short range missile

Pakistan today announced that it successfully tested its short range nuclear capable missileHatf-IX/NASR. The missile has a range of 60km, aimed at “deterring evolving threats at shorter range”. The military claimed the indigenously developed short range  surface-to-surface multi-tube missile Hatf-IX or NASR was successful. A military statement said the missile can carry“nuclear warheads of appropriate yield with accuracy and possesses shoot and scoot attributes” . Analysts have said the short-range missile was primarily aimed at deterring India’s cold start military doctrine . It is to be noted that India has been  carrying a series of tests on its short range Surface to Air interceptor missile Akash  in...

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