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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 9, 2012 in Infosec, Malware | 0 comments

Operation: Olympic Games, the secrets behind the worlds first sophisticated cyber attack malware – Stuxnet

Operation: Olympic Games, the secrets behind the worlds first sophisticated cyber attack malware – Stuxnet

Iran’s president ahmadinejad looking at the centrifuges World’s first sophisticated cyber attack malware – Stuxnet was the weapon of the operation – Olympic Games says The NewYork Times in an article published earlier this week. The detailed article says, A cyberwar against Iran’s nuclear enrichment program was launched during Bush administration and it was it was accelerated by Obama administration. The operation was called ‘Olympic Games’. Stuxnet was the weapon of the Olympic Games, jointly developed by NSA (National Security Agency) of America and Israel’s Unit 8200 (part of Israel’s military technical intelligence unit). Israel had cooperated with United States in this operation disabling Iran’s nuclear enrichment program by sabotaging thousands of Centrifuges in the Nantz underground Nuclear plant in Iran. The Stuxnet malware were intended to infect only the computers connected with the centrifuges but went wild due to the error in the program in one of the updates which followed the initial version. It seems initially the malware were introduced to the computers in the Nantz plant by...

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Posted by on May 31, 2012 in Hockey, Sports | 0 comments

India beat Pakistan 2-1 in the Azlan Shah hockey thriller

India beat Pakistan 2-1 in the Azlan Shah hockey thriller

India defeated Pakistan 2-1 in a thrilling encounter at Ipoh (Malaysia). Sandeep Singh scored the first goal for the men in blue in the 29th minute by converting India’s fist Penalty corner. After a thrilling session of play, it was eventually the Pakistani captain Sohail Abbas who equalized by converting a penalty corner after Pakistan had missed 5 of them earlier in the game. It was desperate play from the Indians after that as they built attack after attack. In the last minute of the game, India displayed the talent that is talked about the world over but rarely gets shown on the field. SK Uthappa moved from the midfield on the left and passed one to Sardar Singh in the middle. He took little time to deflect the ball to SV Sunil who was rushing forward from the left. Sunil controlled the ball, dodged the keeper as he lost his balance and pushed the ball towards the goal as he was falling. The ball squeezed past the post,...

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Posted by on May 31, 2012 in iPad, Tablets | 0 comments

Original iPad prototype sold for $10,200 on ebay

Original iPad prototype sold for $10,200 on ebay

Original ipad auctioned at ebay (pic credit : ebay) That’s right seems like if you had your iPad for a long time it would make your rich !! A buyer from US has bought an original first generation iPad prototype for US$10,000. The iPad has dual dock connectors coinciding with the rumors that apple first had plans to incorporate dual connectors for its iPad. Interestingly apple has not taken down the auction like it usually does when its prototypes goes for sale. The seeler has put the device for auction on the Memorial Day weekend , so that the apple employees enjoying the weekend won’t notice the device on the ebay. read more on this from cnet below from the source. source :...

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