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I have nothing to say because what (Dujarric) said was ‘directly observed’. It’s a call that they have to take. I cannot place myself in their boots and directly observe something

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

Modern challenges take the concerted efforts not just of Governments, but also of whole societies, and so wider society could be more involved in the diplomatic process.

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

We need to consider options of opening the process, so that others are aware of what is it that stops the current discussions from even beginning on the path of a negotiating text

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

While we take years to work on our approach to a collective response to terrorist threats faced in the past, the threats of tomorrow are being planned in the dark web and obscure safe havens

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

Narco-Terrorism, after all is not a new concept. That transnational crimes such as trafficking can have terrorist links in the evolving scenario is possible

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

There is no way around a stronger international response to this threat

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

If I were to use a term, the matter is what we would call in judicial terms sub judice. Currently the matter is with a U.N. committee. We hope that the committee will be able to fulfil its role in designating Masood Azhar who we have tried for quite some time but have not succeeded yet

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

We would like to make it very clear, we will pursue Masood Azhar so that the ends of justice are met

Syed Akbaruddin (Indian Foreign Service Officer)

All Indian citizens in Jammu and Kashmir are stakeholders.

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

I am going to visit Jammu and Kashmir again and again.

Dineshwar Sharma (IPS Officer - Intelligence Bureau)

I think the decision by a country to block a consensus should not be seen as an end to our counter-terrorism efforts. What is important is that it does not, in any way, take away our resolve to fight terrorism

Raveesh Kumar

Without her (his wife), I don't know what kind of family life I would have.

Maloy Krishna Dhar

Once during the height of Punjab militancy, I was given the task to negotiate with Manochahal. I contacted him through a journalist source. I was blindfolded and taken a few hundred kilometres from Amritsar. After three hours of negotiations, I was blindfolded again and taken back

Maloy Krishna Dhar

We fail because the central Intelligence Bureau, the government's cutting edge internal security tool, is ill-prepared to combat aggressive operations of Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence agency, Bangladesh's Directorate General of Forces Intelligence and Islamist tanzeems.

Maloy Krishna Dhar

The people have a right to know. Failures cannot be covered up behind the veil of departmental security rules.

Maloy Krishna Dhar

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