US Will Not Return Spy Balloon Debris To China
The United States of America Government denied to return the spy balloon debris to China. On February 7, John Kirby, the National Security Council Spokesperson said, "They have recovered some remnants off the surface of the sea and weather conditions did not permit much undersea surveillance of the debris field." In addition, the Chinese Government said, the balloon was nothing but a way to observe US weather.
Tags: Spy Balloon, China Government, United States Government, International Politics, Spy
US Shoots Down Chinese Spy Balloon, Impacts China-Washington Relation
US fighter jet F-22 Raptor fired a missile and downed a suspected spy balloon from China, confirmed local sources. The US Navy is currently conducting recovery operations, with the Coast Guard assisting in securing the area. Meanwhile, the operation has seriously impacted and damaged" relations of China with Washington, said the Chinese Government. Meanwhile, with this shooting down spy balloon, a danger in the US has been avoided.
Tags: chinese government, Spy Balloon, Washington-China Relation, Spy, World news
Courtesy: India Today
2 Pakistan Spies Arrested In Jammu & Kashmir's Rajouri
Based on a tip-off, Jammu and Kashmir's Rajouri police and a team of the Army arrested Nazir Hussain and Mohammed Mukhtar, both residents of Nowshera, on December 19. As per sources, they were charged for the crime of espionage. Reportedly, they shot videos of vital and sensitive security installations. Furthermore, they also shared it with their handlers outside India. The police said that they've started further investigation into the case… read-more
Tags: Espionage, Jammu and Kashmir, Rajouri, Pakistani, Spy
Courtesy: Press Trust Of India
Pak Extradites Hyderabad Techie Who Crossed LoC To Meet Girlfriend
Arrested in Pakistan in 2019 for illegal entrance, Vaindam Prashanth, a Hyderabad-based Technical Engineer was repatriated through the Attari-Wagh border on May 30th. The 31-year-old techie, along with a MP farmer was caught by Pakistan police without any identification at the Cholistan desert. Initially suspected as a spy, the Pakistani authorities let him go after finally believing the story of his attempt to meet his online girlfriend from… read-more
Tags: Pakistan, Attari-Wagh Border, Spy, Technical Engineer
Courtesy: The Hindu