Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby manjgu » 16 May 2020 15:51

RRC and ARC are under RAW .... so thats 14-2 = 12 ...ni hao saar...we almost reached china

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby dinesh_kimar » 16 May 2020 16:38

manjgu wrote: I am not sure if CBI, CID , thugee dacoti deptt, Serious frauds investigation and Wildlife are intelligence agencies. Air intelligence has been mentioned twice !


Oh come, come manjgu ji!

The CBI/CID have been regularly discussed in this very thread, and even been moderated by the mods for the past few years.

Your sudden claim is similar to Chinese ones of " South Tibet" !

I don't hold a similar poor opinion on this "thugee dacoti deptt", which is wat our Intelligence Bureau (IB) used to be called before independence.

To claim it's not an Intelligence "deptt" is the heights !!

I agree Air Intelligence is mentioned twice.

My post is observation to Ramanna Saar's post, that's all.

Perhaps you're right, I dunno much abt the topic.

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby manjgu » 16 May 2020 17:38

if we take ur logic then Delhi police, Punjab police etc etc are also intelligence agencies... CBI ..CID are primarily investigating units...ofc u can argue one solves cases by intelligence !!!

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby pushkar.bhat » 18 May 2020 10:43

dinesh_kimar wrote:There's a list of 21 Intelligence agencies available on wiki:

Aviation Research Centre

Central Bureau of Investigation

Central Economic Intelligence Bureau

Combined Services Detailed Interrogation Centre (India)

Criminal Investigation Department 

Directorate of Enforcement

Department of Criminal Intelligence

Directorate of Air Intelligence

Directorate of Military Intelligence

Directorate of Naval Intelligence

Directorate General of Income Tax Investigation

Defence Intelligence Agency

Directorate of Air Intelligence

Directorate of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation)

Directorate of Revenue Intelligence

Economic Intelligence Council

Indian Political Intelligence Office

Intelligence Bureau

Investigation Division of the Central Board of Direct Taxes

Joint Cipher Bureau

Narcotics Control Bureau

National Investigation Agency

National Technical Research Organisation

Radio Research Centre

Regional Economic Intelligence Committee

Research and Analysis Wing

Serious Fraud Investigation Office

Signals Intelligence Directorate

Thuggee Dacoity Department

Wildlife Crime Control Bureau


Chidu pulled a fast one over us when he created NIA after 26/11.

So yet another agency, doing same redundant activities, in petty turf wars, and no absolute coordination, strictly need-to-know basis.

We Indians apparently are quite intelligent!!


This is a listing of all the Intelligence Agencies that India has and had. Classic Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V Job. Many of these were parts of the British Setup and folded up soon after the brits left. Others are precursors to agencies like IB. FYI Thugee and Dacoity department was setup since they had to operate across presidencies and was the Great Grandpa of today's IB.

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby Manish_Sharma » 06 Jun 2020 12:42

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby SSridhar » 06 Jun 2020 13:27

If true, it is in one way disappointing because he should have been either killed in an Indian covert action or should have been awarded capital punishment in an Indian court.

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby Vips » 06 Jun 2020 22:50

It would be one headache less for Pakistan as he had served his purpose and they need not worry about him croaking to the world of its involvement.Now they can really say that Dawood is not in Pakistan. He was becoming a liability to pakistan with the increased scrutiny it was facing. In any case ISI would by now have all the intel and damaging evidence on the involvement of and protection given to him and his business by some members of Mumbai Police and by political leaders from Congress and NCP.

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby wig » 07 Jun 2020 09:13

https://www.hindustantimes.com/mumbai-n ... PL59N.html

Operation Dolphin Nose: NIA arrests 53-year-old bizman for leaking vital Navy information
extract
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday arrested a 53-year-old Abdul Rehman Abdul Jabbar Sheikh, a Mumbai resident, who is believed to be a conspirator in the Visakhapatnam espionage case. Sheikh’s wife Shaista Qaiser, who was born in Pakistan, was earlier arrested in connection with the same case for terror funding as part of the operation code-named ‘Dolphin Nose’.

Sheikh, a resident of Agripada in south Mumbai, is a businessman and runs a firm named ‘SR Enterprises’ which exports groundnut to Afghanistan. Sheikh used his wife’s phone to share crucial information regarding positioning of Indian Navy ships and submarines at its critical bases. NIA conducted a search at Sheikh’s residence on Saturday and seized digital devices and incriminating documents from his house, said an NIA official.

Earlier, apart Qaiser, NIA had arrested key conspirator Mohammed Haroon Haji Abdul Rehman Lakdawala from south Mumbai on May 15. During searches at Lakdawala’s house, several digital devices and incriminating documents had also been seized by NIA.

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby Rakesh » 11 Jun 2020 22:15

When ISI was duped by Indian Military intelligence — Op Comedy of Sleuth Errors!
https://resonantnews.com/2020/06/10/whe ... th-errors/
10 June 2020

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Re: Intelligence & National Security Discussion - July 2018

Postby Ashokk » 12 Jun 2020 03:30

Rakesh wrote:When ISI was duped by Indian Military intelligence — Op Comedy of Sleuth Errors!
https://resonantnews.com/2020/06/10/whe ... th-errors/
10 June 2020

Op Bakhpura– Hunting down terrorists who massacred Kashmiri Pandits in Nadimarg


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