Pakistan’s ISI using ‘Babas’, ‘spiritual ideas’ to trap Indian Army jawans

In INTERNAL SECURITY

In the wake of some ‘honey trap’ incidents, the Indian Army has issued an advisory, asking its personnel to be cautious and avoid being friendly with strangers posing as spiritual leaders or women of foreign origin.

The Army has also identified around 150 profiles used by Pakistan to honey trap Indian Army personnel. The advisory, issued in mid-October, says that Pakistani intelligence agencies are targeting Indian security personnel, especially Indian Army personnel, who are deployed in sensitive areas. Read More

You may also read!

Iran says it’s defused 2nd cyberattack in less than a week

Iran's telecommunications minister announced on Sunday that the country has defused a second cyberattack in less than a week,

Read More...

Broadband internet services will be restored on ‘limited scale’ in Kashmir: Police chief

Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh has said broadband internet service in the valley will be

Read More...

Second terror hideout busted in Rafiabad by Jammu & Kashmir police

Another terror plot thwarted, the second hideout busted in Jammu & Kashmir's Rafiabad by the Jammu and Kashmir police

Read More...

Mobile Sliding Menu