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The airbase station here, which had witnessed a terror attack last year, was put on high alert today and a massive search
US intelligence officials are convinced that Russia meddled in the presidential race. But that hasn't changed President-el
Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar, an intelligence veteran, has been appointed chief of Pakistan's powerful spy agency ISI with new ar
Intelligence agencies in Kerala have alerted the state government about threat from ISIS-linked module to two high court j
Central security agencies have alerted police establishments and their senior officials working in the national capital re
A national de-radicalisation policy need to be formulated by the Centre to deal with the global threat of terrorism and ef
Imprisoned transgender soldier Chelsea Manning was briefly hospitalized this week, the US Army said today amid media repor
To stamp out militancy in Jammu and Kashmir, intelligence gathering mechanism has to be enhanced and police personnel must
North Korea's former military chief of staff who was reported executed earlier this year is apparently alive and well afte
European Union interior and justice ministers pledged to better share intelligence on terrorism, during an extraordinary m
"The inability to think and behave rationally despite adequate intelligence"
Ever bought a 12-foot Christmas tree for a 10-foot-high apartment? Picked up a hitchhiker in a nasty part of town? Or, perhaps, taken out a mortgage you couldn't afford? The good news is that poor decision-making skills may have little effect on your IQ score, according to Keith E. Stanovich, author of What Intelligence Tests Miss: The Psychology of Rational Thought (Yale University Press). The bad news? He thinks you'd lose a few points on a more-accurate gauge of intelligence.