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Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
Vineeth’s ’traditional and non-traditional security threats for india’
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  • 1. • NAME:B.VINEETH SRIVATSAVA• CLASS:MEC-I• COLLEGE:SRI CHAITANYA IAS ACADEMY
  • 2. Traditional andnon-traditional security threats forIndia
  • 3. INTRODUCTION:Since the end of the Cold War, the need to widen theconcept of security and distinguish between "hard" and "soft"security threats has been increasingly accepted, but theimplementation of strategies to face "soft" security threats has beenless prominent. This has changed somewhat but the problem thatwe now faces is that the separation between hard (traditional) andsoft (non-traditional) security threats has been almost total, and inmany ways artificial. It has been a positive trend to elevate the socalled new security threats, but there has been a failure tounderstand in what way old and new security threats overlap and inmany ways in fact reinforce each other. This project aims atanalyzing both the traditional and traditional security threats inIndia.It also aim is to understand what the impact is on the regionand what can be done to combat the security threats in India. Thecombination of new and traditional security threats undoubtedlyhas negative effects on the region.
  • 4. TRADITIONAL SECURITY THREATS• Traditional security threats prevail from ancienttimes• Ex:terrorism,diplomacy,millitary action,etc•
  • 5. TERRORISM• A common definition for terrorism is thesystematic use or threatened use of violence tointimate population or government and therebyeffect political ,religious or ideologicalchange . Terrorism in India , according tohome ministry , poses a significant threat tostate.
  • 6. According to Indian estimates,terrorism has claimed 34,000lives since 1990including over 12,000 civiliansand 18,000 terrorists. Pakistanhas also been involved in thesupply of arms and financialassistance to Naxalites andseparatist groups active inIndia.
  • 7. Terrorism can be divided into two types . Theyare internal terrorism and externalterrorism.regions with long term terroristactivities are jammu and kashmir,central indiaand seven sister states.As per 2006 atleast 232 of country’s 608districts were affected at differing intensites.In august 2008 national security advisor hassaid that there are as many as 800 terrorist cellsoperating in country.
  • 8. External terrorism• These type of terrorists are from out side ofcountries like pakistan, afghanisthan,etc.some ofthe groups are al-queda,JKLF,etc• Recent attacks in past few years is making ourpeople terrified.• They can be controlled with proper defencesystem at our borders.• Added to these factors even our bad relationschina and pakistan is also a cause for terrorism
  • 9. Internal terrorism
  • 10. • These groups are from the country but createterror on people for various reasons.• Ex:naxalites,LTTE• Naxalites created tremendous terror in people inpast but government supressed it drastically inprevious years.• Combing of police in forests worked and rate ofterror due to naxalism decreased.
  • 11. Non-traditional security threats• This type of terrorism did not prevail in past butprevailing at present times.• Ex:cyber crime,bio crime,drug trafficking,etc• Drug trafficking: It is being prevalant incities especially in higher class people .This cancause severe damage to the health of the peoplewho use it .Drug taking starts generally buteffects health in very bad manner later.
  • 12. • Serious communal diseases:This may also be called as bio crimeor bio war.This is too dangerous because itsremedy may be done after long time after attack.This causes heavy damage to the country oreconomy because health of public is damagedheavily.
  • 13. Piracy
  • 14. • Pirated CDs are however effect the nationalincome as it reduces the income earned throughentertainment sector.This is not so dangerous asothers but but we should control it.We cancontrol this by strict rules for those people whopirated CDs or any other thing.chinesegovernment took a forward step in removal ofpirated CDs by breaking all pirated CDsrecently.we should also take certain steps toabolish piracy in our country.
  • 15. environment
  • 16. • Protection of environment is important to anycountry because it effects every sector of theeconomy.Today one of the environmentproblems is global waming,acdification ofoceans.several meetings are held by unitednations and several countries but these are beingas a paper work only.
  • 17. Economic and finance
  • 18. • Today our economic growth is very slow.ourrupee value in terms of US dollar is falling onday by day.If this continues for several years oureconomy would go to depression very soon.RBIalong with government trying hard to increaseour rupee value.
  • 19. Information technology::This sector plays a key role in development ofeconomy.but this sector is in danger because ofhackers of various countries.Recently one ofministry was affected with this problem.Ourneighbour enemy china is very strong in thistype of art.It is threatening us severly.
  • 20. conclusionOut of these all types security threats bio-crime,cyber-crime,terrorism are really dangerous to thesociety.Government is taking several steps to controlthese.For example to stop cyber crime `NationalInformatic Centre,Indian Computer EmergencyResponse Team(CERT-IN), National InformationSecurity Assurance Programme,Indo-US CyberSecurity Forum(IUSCSF),etc.
  • 21. conclusionOut of these all types security threats bio-crime,cyber-crime,terrorism are really dangerous to thesociety.Government is taking several steps to controlthese.For example to stop cyber crime `NationalInformatic Centre,Indian Computer EmergencyResponse Team(CERT-IN), National InformationSecurity Assurance Programme,Indo-US CyberSecurity Forum(IUSCSF),etc.
  • 22. BYVINEETH SRIVATSAVA BHAGYANAGAR

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