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Journalists, researchers, policymakers among China’s international espionage ring: Reports

An Australian MP, Shaoquette Moselmane, who has been a vociferous supporter of China, has been under investigation on charges of being a part of China's wider espionage racket

NIA arrests key terror-funding plotter Abdul Jabbar Sheikh in 2019 Vishakhapatnam espionage case from Mumbai

Abdul Rehman Abdul Jabbar Sheikh is the 15th person to be arrested in the Vishakhapatnam Indian Navy espionage case

Two Pakistan High Commission officials caught spying using fake Indian identities, declared persona non grata

Delhi Police Special Cell nabbed two Pakistan High Commission officers after they were found engaged in spying using fake identities

Spy network using illegal VOIP exchange to gather information on Indian Army’s movement busted in Mumbai

Calls from Pakistan were converted to local calls and diverted to Kashmir and Ladakh using spy network's illegal VOIP exchange

CIA spied on more than 100 countries including India and Pakistan for decades through its company that supplied rigged encoding devices

CIA spied on several countries for decades using rigged encoding devices made by its secretly owned company.

Scientist Nambi Narayanan, hounded by Congress and Hamid Ansari’s close aide, to get compensation of Rs. 1.3 crores

Kerala govt has in-principle approved to give compensation of Rs 1.3 crore to former ISRO scientist Nambi Narayanan.

WhatsApp snooping: It is time that India shows to the world a spine as big as the market it represents

The WhatsApp snooping case a thorough investigation and a public statement by the government

Goa DGP warns against Amazon Alexa, UC Browser, calls them biggest spies

DGP Chander also warned against Pakistani music website songs.pk saying that the site promotes Chinese-made UC browser which collects private information of users.

ICJ hearing: Indian diplomats refuse to shake hands, Salve exposes the farce of Pakistan’s military courts

Salve added further that Jadhav's trial by a military court hopelessly fails to satisfy even the minimum standards of due process and should be declared unlawful.

Suspected Pakistani spy arrested from the Arunachal Pradesh border

The suspected spy arrested worked as a porter for the Indian Army in the border villages of Arunachal Pradesh.

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The Caravan’s ‘health journalist’ is upset that BMC sanitised the Bachchans’ residence after Amitabh and Abhishek test positive for coronavirus

Health journalist Vidya Krishnan shows ignorance of health protocol for Coronavirus, objects to sanitisation of COVID-19 patient

Sachin Pilot quitting Congress? Kapil Sibal ‘worried’ for Congress, tweets about ‘horses leaving stables’

Political crisis in Rajasthan seems have deepened as senior Congress leader Kapil Sibal took to Twitter to express his concern for the grand old party.

Mother, niece, and sister-in-law of actor Anupam Kher diagnosed with Coronavirus

Anupam Kher took to Twitter to inform that his mother Dulari has tested positive for the Wuhan Coronavirus

Jharkhand: Controversy erupts after LKG and UKG students made to memorise Pakistan and Bangladesh national anthem

Students of a school in Jharkhand asked to memorise Pakistan and Bangladesh anthem in WhatsApp class

After shielding China, WHO chief now congratulates Maharashtra for ‘containing’ coronavirus amid exponentially rising cases

WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has been under fire over allegations of covering up the pandemic while 'siding with' the Chinese govt.

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The curious case of ‘Drone Boy’ who has made 600 drones using broken mixer grinders and televisions. A fact-check

While 'drone boy' Prathap NM has claimed to have made 600 drones using e-waste, not a single photo or video of them exist

‘Drone boy’ Prathap NM makes a statement after OpIndia fact-check: Here is why his explanation makes little sense

'Drone boy' Prathap NM says he won't show his drones due to intellectual property issues, but will show certificates from unregistered events

Stand-up comedian apologises for insulting memorial to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj in Arabian sea after MNS workers vandalised studio

The stand-up 'comedian' Agrima Joshua had made scornfully derisive remarks in her video against the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj memorial that is going to be erected in the Arabian Sea

‘Maaro, Kafiro ko Maaro’: From creating fake alibi to mobilising thousands of Muslims against Hindus, read what Tahir Hussain did in his own words

Disclosure Statement in the chargesheet which was narrated and signed by Tahir Hussain in his own words, reveal a sinister design during Delhi riots

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