Is R&AW dreaded or dreadful, effective or affectlessly irrelevant, a proactive shaper of India’s history and foreign policy or a bumbling reactionary force? As R&AW turns 50 today, it is worth investigating its past in search of an answer. Like everything else about it, R&AW’s origin is shrouded in mystery.Read More 50 Years of R&AW – Is India’s foreign spy agency dreaded or dreadful?
The Research and Analysis Wing, India’s external intelligence agency, started to organise the annual RN Kao Memorial Lecture to commemorate the legacy of its founder RN Kao.Read More #RN Kao Memorial Lecture Series Collection
In simple language, there was complete intelligence blackout. None of the intelligence agencies had made any effort to penetrate the modules and cells which normally function from within the clustered Muslim areas in and around Pune and nearby towns.
Such continuous failure to generate Human Intelligence and absence of sophisticated Electronic Intelligence is unpardonable.Read More The Pune mayhem and a sleeping India