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Securing Asia 2013 attracts Government officials, entrepreneurs and leading academics from both Asia and the West

Aug 30, 2013 Publisher: SourceSecurity

Government officials, entrepreneurs and leading academics from both Asia and the West, gathered in London’s Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre to mark the start of Securing Asia 2013, the Asian Homeland Security, and Defence & Counter Terror Summit.

In his opening words, Mr Harry Dhaul, Chairman of Securing Asia reflected on the opportunities and challenges pre...


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Securing Asia 2013 - Round Up Report

Sep 12, 2013 Publisher: Geo Connexion

Government officials, entrepreneurs and leading academics from both Asia and the West, gathered in London’s Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre at Securing Asia 2013, the Asian Homeland Security, Defence & Counter Terror Summit.

Day One

In his opening words, Mr Harry Dhaul, Chairman of Securing Asia reflected on the opport...


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Expertos en seguridad de Oriente y Occidente se reúnen en Londres en el marco del Securing Asia 2013

Aug 30, 2013 Publisher: SeguridadMania.com

Expertos en seguridad, oficiales de gobierno, emprendedores y líderes académicos tanto de Asia como de Occidente, se reunieron los pasados 24 y 25 de Junio de 2013 en el Centro de Conferencias de Londres Queen Elizabeth II, en el marco del Asian Homeland Security, Defence & Counter Terror Summit, Securing Asia 2013. Más abajo el resto del comunicado en inglés.

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Special Session on Indian Security Scenario Highlights Need for Capacity Building

Aug 26, 2013 Publisher: a&s India

Securing Asia 2013, The Asian Homeland Security and Counter Terror Summit was successfully concludes on 24 and 25 June at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Center, London, UK. The two day summit had a special session on India Security scenario.

Government official’s entrepreneurs, businesses and leading experts on security from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and the West gathered for two days meeting at London’s QE II ...


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Britain targets India for enhanced Security cooperation

Aug 23, 2013 Publisher: India Strategic

London. The Indian Security market is projected to grow from between 15-25 percent annually and military-related acquisitions in the country could be in the range of $200 billion over the next 15 years and this could lure any nation or company.

"We are kenn on improving international cooperation with India and other Asian countries in the fields of Security and intelligence," said James Broenshire, Security Minister at ...


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Securing Asia 2013

Aug 08, 2013 Publisher: Defence ProAc Biz News

Securing Asia 2013, the Homeland Security, Defence and Counter Terrorism two-day conference, was held at London’s QE II Conference Centre last month. Government officials, entrepreneurs, businesses and leading experts on security from Asia, Africa, the Middle East and West gathered for exposition andB2Bmeetings.

India was the focus of this year. There was a special session on the Indian security scenario.The panel of high-r...


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Britain keen to improve security cooperation with India

Aug 05, 2013 Publisher: Business Standard

Britain is keen to improve cooperation with India and other Asian countries in the fields of security and intelligence, a senior UK minister has said.

"We are keen on improving international cooperation with India and other Asian countries in the fields of security and intelligence," James Brokenshire, Minister for Security at the British Home Office, has said.

Speaking at the 2-day Security Asia 2013 -- the ...


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The key to unlocking the Indian market

Jun 20, 2013 Publisher: Maroof Raza

The Securing Asia summit provides small and medium-sized companies the ideal opportunity to enter the thriving market in the region. Maroof Raza, author and media commentator on military and security issues in India, told SecurityNewsDesk how British and European companies can benefit from a demand for technology and expertise.

The Indian security market is projected to grow from between 15-25 per cent annually, with The Economis...


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SALUTE TO THE INDIAN SOLDIER

Jun 18, 2013 Publisher: Maroof Raza

The merciless massacre at Bastar took place because we are yet not ready to treat the Maoists as a combatant force fully capable of waging an armed conflict. Despite several statements by the Prime Minister naming the Maoist movement as the biggest internal security threat to india, there is no indication that the states look at it, any thing more than a law and order issue. and that is why politicos were allowed to traipse around in a reco...


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SFN is pleased to announce a new collaboration with a prestigious industry event.

Jun 12, 2013 Publisher: Specialist Freight Networks

The event is set to be held 24th June - 25th June in London, UK

SFN is featured as a Media Partner on the event website as well as having our logo on all conference materials.

Their website states: “Securing Asia 2013 will once again bring together the Asian security sector to London in a two-day meticulously planned conference and exhibition as the next step towards creating a forum for Asian nations and global ...


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