Wikileaks Releases Trove of Alleged C.I.A Hacking Documents


Source: https://www.nytimes.com

WASHINGTON — In what appears to be the largest leak of C.I.A documents in history, WikiLeaks released on Tuesday thousands of pages describing sophisticated software tools and techniques used by the agency to break into smartphones, computers and even Internet-connected televisions.

The documents amount to a detailed, highly technical catalog of tools. They include instructions for compromising a wide range of common computer tools for use in spying: the online calling service Skype; Wi-Fi networks; documents in PDF format; and even commercial antivirus programs of the kind used by millions of people to protect their computers.

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America's Fake News Industry


Source: http://www.dailypioneer.com

[Should'nt America be mopping up the sewage overflow from Wikileaks]

The United States identified instances of restrictions on foreign-funded NGOs and religious freedom along with corruption and police and security force abuses as the most significant human rights problems in India.

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Continuity in 'Regime Change' Agenda: Trump Adviser now Chairs National Endowment for Democracy


Source: http://www.globalresearch.ca

While supporters of recently elected US President Donald Trump believe steadfastly that among other things, his administration will role back what has been essentially a century of American expansionism worldwide through overt wars and more “covert” methods toward achieving “regime change,” by all metrics it appears such methods will only expand.

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Interceptor Missile Successfully Test-fired


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Test validates reliability of two-layered Ballistic Missile Defence in shooting down enemy missiles

The Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) on Wednesday successfully tested an interceptor missile, further validating the reliability of the under development, two-layered Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) in shooting down enemy missiles.

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Pandit Ramchandra Kak - the Forgotten Archaeologist

By Iqbal Ahmed, Januray 22, 2017
Source: http://dailykashmirimages.com

R.C.Kak as a politician and administrator may be controversial but as an archaeologist and historian his contributions are extraordinary. According to late Moti lal Saqui, "As an archaeologist, historian and scholar Kak was one among us, it was his expertise that he re-constructed the story of past, brought the turn of archaeological remains and came across such hidden truths to which our historians had no access".

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We are watching you, says American NGO to Hindu nationalists

[Readers please note the face of Hindu nationalism - Editor Vigilonline]


A key US intelligence report has painted a bright outlook for India as the fastest growing economy in the next five years, but has said that the world is watching how it deals with “Hindu nationalist impulses“ that are “sparking increased tensions“ with the minority .

The Global Trends report by the US National Intelligence Council -prepared once every four years and timed for the new US administration -says India will grow as China's economy cools, but internal tensions over inequality and religion will complicate this expansion.

 

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