The Dalit Shoshan Mukti Manch has urged the rights body to address the ‘grave injustice and human rights violation’ against the Bhim Army chief, in custody since June 8.
The National Security Act will allow the Uttar Pradesh police to keep Chandrashekhar, who was granted bail on November 2, under further detention.
Gogoi has been charged of “waging war against the state” by urging people at a public rally to pick up guns.
First arrested by the state police on charges of sedition, Gogoi was rearrested under the National Security Act by the BJP-led state government on September 25.
The three accused were arrested over the last two weeks following a police raid after a tip-off about alleged cow slaughter.
Although cyberspace is important for economic growth, countries must also have supremacy in it through their ability to navigate it for intelligence gathering and cyberwarfare.
When national security meets the global Internet of Things (IoT), who’s in charge?
Reality Leigh Winner is accused of leaking the National Security Agency report while working with Pluribus International Corp, which provides analytical services for US defense and intelligence
Reality Leigh Winner was charged with sending classified material to a news organisation that sources identified to Reuters as The Intercept.
The former NSA contractor believes that any ‘inconvenient news’ is shut down, and that curbing of rights is a bigger threat than foreign militants for US.
The federal appeals courts said that the Wikimedia Foundation had a legal right to challenge the government’s Upstream surveillance programme.
An unprecedented global cyber attack that infected computers in 150 countries has unleashed a new wave of criticism of the US National Security Agency.
When Aadhaar is woven into the fabric of everyday life, the ‘grid’, the ‘machine’ and the state are always right.
The NSA collected 151 million records of Americans phone calls even though it had warrants to spy on only 42 terrorism suspects in 2016.
FBI director James Comey and NSA director Admiral Mike Rogers are not expected to reveal much in public about the probes, which include information that is classified ‘top secret’.
If the Post’s editors believe Edward Snowden should accept criminal responsibility for his actions, shouldn’t they return the Pulitzer won by publicising what he leaked?
Even the arrest of an alleged Indian agent in Pakistan has not derailed the co-operation between the two countries to investigate the terror attack in Pathankot
Challenges such as terrorism and money laundering can only be tackled if there is clarity about the role of the NSA and cooperation among the various intelligence outfits
“Google pretends it isn’t a company,” says Assange but Google is not what it seems. It’s a deeply political operation. “We must pay attention to how it operates, and prepare to defend ourselves against its seductive powers of surveillance and control.”
In his address on May 22, Ajit Doval said settlement of the border issue is “critical” for India-China ties and called for a “larger plan” for “tackling” that country to resolve all ticklish matters
Having another boundary treaty supersede the Simla Agreement without substantially changing the McMahon Line alignment may prove to be a major step toward a resolution of India’s border issues with China