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Govts should not try to suppress voices: Manipur journalist freed after 4 months in jail

Imphal-based Wangkhem, associated with a cable TV network, was arrested on November 27, 2018, for “derogatory” comments against the BJP government in the state and using “abusive” words for Chief Minister N Biren Singh, and was booked under the NSA.

Court revokes NSA detention of Manipuri journalist Kishorchandra

The 39-year-old journalist was detained for allegedly criticising the BJP, RSS, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh. He was arrested on sedition charges and sent to jail for 12 months.

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Manipur journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem in jail under NSA, wife wages a lone battle

Ever since Wangkhem's arrest, Elangbam Ranjita has been rallying support for her husband: meeting with lawyers, appearing at court hearings, familiarising herself with the law, speaking at protests while shielding her two young daughters from the answer to a question they frequently ask, “Where is my papa? Why has he gone away for so long?”

National Security Agency deletion of call records raising questions

The NSA's bulk collection of call records was initially curtailed by Congress after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked documents revealing extensive government surveillance.

Presence of NSA at BJP meet a violation of norms, says CPI(M)

"How can a senior government functionary like the NSA be present in a meeting to discuss the BJP's election campaign? The Union Home Minister must immediately clarify" a CPI(M) statement said.

Russian hackers target secrets taken by NSA worker: report

Hackers allegedly working for the Kremlin stole details about how the U.S. infiltrates foreign networks and defends against cyberattacks.

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NSA Doval's 'double squeeze' strategy will never succeed: Pakistan at UNGA

Pakistan said it is "unfortunate" that India has chosen to criticise the statement of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Kashmir "which reflects the sentiments and aspirations of the oppressed and suffering people" of the Valley.

Cow slaughter: UP invokes NSA, Gangsters Act

Under the National Security Act, a person may be detained for up to a year.

US cyber bill plans to shift power away from the National Security Agency

A bill proposed in Congress would require the NSA to inform representatives of other government agencies about security holes it finds in software.

National Technical Research Organisation to have same powers as IB, R&AW

The Home Ministry on May 15 issued a notification listing NTRO under the Intelligence Organisations (Restriction of Rights) Act, 1985 — a demand of the organisation for over a decade.

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