EP-66 | Trapping ISI agents, cyber espionage & defending India’s digital assets with Pavithran Rajan

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Lt Col Pavithran Rajan is a former intelligence operative, academician and tech entrepreneur who is also an adjunct faculty at the Cyber Security Research Centre, Punjab Engineering College and is an advisor to Cyber Peace Foundation. He also serves on the board of two private companies currently and has authored a book Engaging China-Indian Interest in the information age. He was commissioned into the Sikh Light infantry but he transitioned into the Intelligence Corps after 10 years of service. He is credited with being one of the first officers to use cybercraft and internet to apprehend a Pakistani operative in India. Pavithran is considered a thought leader in Cyber Intelligence and Information Warfare in India and has also served as an advisor to Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI. In an illuminating conversation with Smita Prakash, he talks about counter-intelligence, foreign relations, information warfare and national security. Pavithran also spills the beans on the vulnerabilities India as a nation faces from its neighboring countries due to digitization and cyberspace. He also talks about 26/11 and how personal data on digital devices will change wars in the future.
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00:00- Introduction
02:58- Information warfare & Role of internet in controlling population
08:14- Journey of Pavithran & 'Indian Snakes' Hacking group
18:22- Support from Honey Bakshi & Catching ISI agent
27:51- Tracking Lashkar operative & Uri Earthquake
44:18- 26/11 Mumbai attack & Morality in International relations
57:20- 1971 Kargil War, CPEC & American Assistance
01:06:25- Data exploitation risk from China & Mumbai power grid shut down
01:22:02- Youth in India, Atmanirbhar Bharat & Social Media
01:26:02- North East Crisis & Artificial Intelligence
01:45:10- Honey Trap Case & Ban on Tik-Tok
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@balachandrang76 5 aylar önce
I never knew Pavi was so deep into the nuances of info warfare. I remember our association in late nineties in Rashtriya Rifles. He always had the kink in him looking for out of the box ideas. Highly energetic officer who was too sharp & unique in intelligence gathering. His transformation from an infantry man to a techi has been for the good for him & the nation. Looking for more such interviews.
@akshaybajaj 6 aylar önce
This podcast is worth every second. Realised and understood several new lessons from this episode.
@akshaynitinvaidya 6 aylar önce
absolutely!! I second you.
@sidraikram3642 Aylar önce
@jblseng Aylar önce
Wow,you must have reached stars with this knowledge, congratulations 🎉
@ohboeeboee 6 aylar önce
Amazing..it pains me to see people like Col Pavi and Col Hunny Bakshi were overlooked for promotion, thanks to the Chandigarh Mafia and others in the Army ..such was the politics in the Army during UPA regime
@Den.Tito0018 6 aylar önce
What is Chandigarh mafia?.
@SmallusDicckus 6 aylar önce
What do you expect? These officers came from one of us.
@paawun 6 aylar önce
Yeah. Not just UPA but in Congress. All the Congress era promoted Army men, to this day are Congress loyalists. Rest are BJP. Psychologically it's a fascinating thing to observe. 😊
@ManeeshSolankiVideos 6 aylar önce
@arindammandal1987 6 aylar önce
@@paawun and they want rahul gandhi as PM
@DeepakKumar-xr3oh 6 aylar önce
This is your best podcast. Other military personnel were great but this person has far better clarity and articulation than any of them. Also i used to consider a lot of them slow based on what i heard from one of the friend in my college. This was further reinforced by hearing General/Colonel speaking on tv and twitter. It's good to meet few people with brain. I liked the bit where he was chatting with navy personnel, especially what it was about.
@vinithagodbole6321 6 aylar önce
They look slow as they have to weigh every word they say.
@videolover1489 6 aylar önce
He is a teacher therefore he is a clar on his point. Other military personnel was not a teacher so their speaking skills may not be as par with teacher.
@DeepakKumar-xr3oh 4 aylar önce
@@vinithagodbole6321 you didn't understand the meaning of slow. Also evaluating people in high position in neutral environment (academics : Strictly speaking, it's not neutral cause one is continuing his studies and in great college & other is coming back to study based on their need but in terms of power, equal playing field ) over months gives you better picture
@pritesh0117 6 aylar önce
I often wonder if it is possible to have more (retired) military folks in politics/handling ministerial portfolios! They’re highly educated and knowledgeable due to their sheer number of years of experience! ❤
@akhil999in 6 aylar önce
doctors and soldiers deal with reality throughtout their career, while others tend to live in the twilight world between fantasy and reality.
@chandankumarchand6686 6 aylar önce
Not to say very high integrity...
@jaideepc786 5 aylar önce
NaMo govt has actively encouraged 'lateral entry' of top Indian technocrats, who have led brilliant successful research careers in cutting edge technology research divisions at Apple, Cisco, MS, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman, Skydio, Lockheed Martin, Wybotics, AR, UAVAmerica,Nokia, Amadeus, Dassault, Erikson etc.. Most of these professionals, now their mid fifties /early sixties are being actively encouraged to consider joining as lateral entry direct recruits to the post of Under/joint Secretary in various ministries. The entire lateral entry system is reportedly managed by close Modi confidante lateral entry system, Union MoS, Personnel, Jitendra Singh directly and a personal email to him kickstarts the entire process, which includes a very comprehensive background check and so on and so forth.
@pritesh0117 5 aylar önce
@@jaideepc786 I am very glad that it is already happening at the bureaucratic level. Is it possible to have postings like that of Dr. Jai Shankar (political)?
@satnaam8759 5 aylar önce
Keep the politics and Army (retd) separate. Look at the neighbors.
@hemantachandra6962 6 aylar önce
Really for being an IT professional for 13year and knowing most of it in back of my mind, I am still getting my mind blown ... Hats Off Sir. I really pray that these issues don't die down in political muck.
@ramachandrannair4554 3 aylar önce
We see how people, mainly patriots citizens need Aatmnirbhar bhart " Givt, Modiji ".
@user-sr4qu5wi6p 2 aylar önce
@@ramachandrannair4554 have you heard about WGS DATUM? 1984 so sad to see the troops didnt know how to use use it
@Jaswant-io5sx 6 aylar önce
Everyone knows Pavvi as a cyber expert, but very little is known about his sharp skills as an Infantryman. I had moved into the Valley as a novice with Pavvi as my company officer. He would analyze and forecast terrorist action, which i believed very little in until the autumn operation. On specific int of presence of terrorist (I was the team cdr with Pavvi) we cordoned off the target house. However, despite numerous detailed searches we drew a blank. Standing inside the house we were contemplating our next course of action. Pavvi suddenly yelled ‘Sir get aside, I can smell him, he’s in this room’. I immediately rushed out of the room (though I did not believe him). A thorough search of the room drew terrorist fire from a hideout and we finally neutralized him. I was totally intrigued and on later asking him, he explained that the body language of the house owner indicated terrorist presence while the pungent fear smeared sweat odour confirmed his presence. All thanks to him that I am alive to write this comment. After the incident I have started trusting him more than my life.
@rajkorada1 6 aylar önce
@ND-ys3lo 6 aylar önce
@Jaswant-io5sx 6 aylar önce
Got calls from friends about the autumn ops…though covered very briefly..it was an intricate ops & maybe would justify a separate podcast in future…
@Roronoa1062 6 aylar önce
Salute for your service Sir!
@hemanthraja5579 6 aylar önce
exactly what i had expected from that great mind
@prasvasu4217 6 aylar önce
This Colonel's one helluva guy; for all the groundbreaking work, he himself is so grounded, humble and positive. Also some of it may be coming from his intelligence training.
@bantiuit 6 aylar önce
@marcodemarcus7658 6 aylar önce
I personally know him.
@Avijit373 6 aylar önce
He should be in the ministry
@lawanyaarvind2810 6 aylar önce
I am still trying to digest everything Col Pavithran Sir said. Colonel Sir is so modest and such a patriot..This is such a superlative podcast...Beyond excellence. Thanks so much, Smita ji. Thanks for the splendid insights, Colonel Sir.
@abhinavb1983 6 aylar önce
This episode just blew my mind. As an engineer and a technology enthusiast, I was knowing isolated things about cyber warfare, but to know about the holistic viewpoint was such an enlightening experience. I just hope there are many like him now working on these things to keep our country safe.
@ManeeshSolankiVideos 6 aylar önce
I hope you are one of our tech soldiers. We need people from public to serve the nation in whatever capacity they can 👍
@Josealdojunior248 5 aylar önce
​​Use me if I can be of any use to my country just don't want to go so uselessly .Jai Hind 🙏
@madhurishinde2109 5 aylar önce
@hanniballecter1734 4 aylar önce
@@ManeeshSolankiVideos This video has not even scratched the surface. With data and clustering algorithms, every human can be categorized and information can be weaponized. The first thing is to get the govt to pass a data protection and privacy laws. Tired of guys just talking and doing nothing.
@saeedjoiya5153 3 aylar önce
898😊😮😢🎉❤😮😅😊🎉🎉😅 Jin 😊
@ChitBits 6 aylar önce
Love his line “ in international relations there’s no Vasudeiva Kutumbkam’ only ‘ Chanakya Neethi’ ❤️
@Dankelkar 6 aylar önce
Its Vasudhaiva kutumbakam, not Vasudeva. In Sanskrit Vasudha means the planet earth. Kutumb means family. Vasudha ev kutumbakam means the world is but one family.😊
@birmallowchakraborty9547 6 aylar önce
@@Dankelkar now explain neethu also
@aravamudhanvijayaraghavan765 6 aylar önce
Yes,yes this is a diamond statement,Col Pavi.
@arvindjoshi-il7cc 6 aylar önce
वसुधा+ एवं+कुटुंबकं मा r मी वसुधैवकुटुंबकं
@arvindjoshi-il7cc 6 aylar önce
वसुधा+एव+कुटुंबकं = वसुधैवकुटुंबकम { SORRY,I could not Copy Paste well}
@amolkulkarni862 6 aylar önce
This is one of the best 2 hrs of content I have consumed is a long while! Fantastic attitude and work by Lt. Col. Pavithran Rajan!
@SushanthVarada 6 aylar önce
People like him are quietly doing their job to protect Bharath. Thanks for bringing them out.
@kaushikthaker9666 6 aylar önce
See today our enemies will be on alert and change by listening to water mouth stories, this comes under official secret act's.
@akhil999in 6 aylar önce
@@kaushikthaker9666 educating and entertaining the population is also very important. moreover general things are known to the whole world so not a breach of secrecy.
@arvindjoshi-il7cc 6 aylar önce
PERFECT! That's Why he was a SUPER-SPY! Hats Off to Him Lt Col पवित्रन राजन
@Mojo-vu4hr 5 aylar önce
Tax was not more than 5% in ARTHASHAHTRA so why they r not following that
@govindsharma3600 6 aylar önce
Respect for Col Hunny Bakshi just keep increasing.
@AmitJha-ow2sr 6 aylar önce
@prasanthbodlapati3543 6 aylar önce
can't agree more. the man is a legend and a true leader
@pranaypratik1551 6 aylar önce
So does respect for the Congress keeps on decreasing.
@kaushikdebhazari8728 6 aylar önce
I wish if col.hunny bakshi sir Lt.gen Tiny dhillon sir in Nsa advisory board it will take intelligence grid into next level
@shonasweetu39 6 aylar önce
Mmmmjjj 1:23:11 dv free 😅 D
@SanthoshHugar Aylar önce
Listening to this podcast feels like having a thoughtful conversation with a great guru. The topics are intriguing, the discussions are enlightening, and the hosts have a wonderful way of making complex ideas easy to understand. Thank you "Pavi" Sir for sharing your knowledge and passion with the world. Looking forward to more such episodes!
@Jessicatorres_768 Aylar önce
Managing money is different from accumulating wealth, and the lack of investment education in schools may explain why people struggle to maintain their financial gains. The examples you provided are relevant, and I personally benefited from the market crisis, as I embrace challenging times while others tend to avoid them. Well, at least my advisor does too, jokingly.
@alicebenard5713 Aylar önce
Investors should exercise caution with their exposure and exercise caution when considering new investments, particularly during periods of inflation. It is advisable to seek guidance from a professional or trusted advisor in order to navigate this recession and achieve potential high yields.
@SophiaBint-wj8wn Aylar önce
I subscribed for a few trading courses but it didn't help much, been getting suggestions to use a proper financial advisor, how did you go about touching base with your adviser
@Jessicatorres_768 Aylar önce
Through closely monitoring the performance of my portfolio, I have witnessed a remarkable growth of $485k in just the past two quarters. This experience has shed light on why experienced traders are able to generate substantial returns even in lesser-known markets. It is safe to say that this bold decision has been one of the most impactful choices I have made recently.
@user-cr8nd1sy8e Aylar önce
I’ve actually been looking into advisors lately, the news I’ve been seeing in the market hasn’t been so encouraging. who’s the person guiding you?
@blessingpaul5484 Aylar önce
Wow, that’s stirring! Do you mind connecting me to your advisor please. I desperately need one to diversified my portfolio.
@sridharv825 6 aylar önce
in 1999 kids from IITs were hacking international , there were groups of kids hacking into foreign countries servers before all this. Indian defence should use kids to help them out.
@testahom4690 6 aylar önce
No baba. There was never any successful Indian hacker group disrupting international organization. Whatever happened in 1990s was basic zero day and exploit attacks, never brute force and malware ones
@rahulgandigudi 6 aylar önce
​​@@testahom4690disagree! Back in those days there were no mass attacks! Everyone else is also doing basic zero day stuff! And internet penetration was very miniscule to do such attacks.
@realStinger 6 aylar önce
@@testahom4690 what r u saying 😂🤦🏻‍♂️. Do you even know what zero days are ? And brute force what ? Facebook passwords lol.
@c.augustedupin8860 6 aylar önce
where's the proof??...what can you come up with and how you can provide the details of those hacking??
@IndianKGB 6 aylar önce
Kraken Thunder hahah
@nomadicjag2618 6 aylar önce
My goodness, no word to express anything, thousands salutes to this men and women of our country who plays a role behind the curtains, thanks for the podcast
@amitpainyuli4644 6 aylar önce
Thank you Smita Ma'am for such Podcasts. We can see 2 hours of podcast without any distraction. It's really hard these days 😂🙏
@avinash.nutalapati 6 aylar önce
For anyone interested, Books quoted in the above interview: Art of War - SunTzu Surveillance Valley: Yasha Levine Principles of Dealing with changing world order : Ray Dalio Also article written by Pavitra Rajan: The Fallacy of the Cyber Commons
@lailasiddiqui263 6 aylar önce
other books by Levine seems to be equally interesting - flipped through a few pages
@nousername1587 5 aylar önce
@jaganroy9265 5 aylar önce
Hi Sir, we even in Armu quote Sun Tzu, but we do not read our own scriptures or books and take knowledge or ideas. For example, Chanakyas Artha sastre, Manu Smriti, Bajirao, Shivaji, Jai Singh etc.... we have some how lost our connect with our knowledge and probably, we dont even try to know. Sad.......just for info. No offence meant Sir.
@surajkulkarni6868 Aylar önce
This is an incredible podcast ! Sheer brilliance 👏 salute Col. Pavvi
@chaitanyadesai2830 3 aylar önce
Versatile personality with Vast experience in defence & cyber warfare... Kudos to Col.Pavi .. India has such breed of Intellectuals, PM Modi shud take care of such brains in any capacity..M thrilled with his knowledge & Vision of true Aatmanirbhar Bharat...Hatts of to Smita Prakash in inviting such Genius...
@vishwaranjan7802 22 gün önce
these 2 hrs were worth more valuable for me and my nation than a stupid movie......what a blockbuster knowledge given by rajan sir
@anandmurty3711 6 aylar önce
Awesome Pavi sir....great to see you at this platform with Smita ji......joining the elite gp of whos who ...who have been at her podcast ....indeed a proud feeling for our Fraternity ...especially for me who had been with you in the initial days of my journey....May wahegurjis blessings be upon you always be there....Deg Teg Fateh
@gauravanand026 6 aylar önce
It was a pleasure to have him. Thanks
@meerasakshi9493 6 aylar önce
Colonel sahab communication skills and intellectual capability 🔥
@bhagwanbhagchandani5627 6 aylar önce
How come pakistan soldiers can enter india very easily and blast the indian armies and taj hotel
@VedantPuri-yt3dx 6 aylar önce
I don't no whether you observe it or not but many Indian army and intel officers are coming on social media and describing many things to peoples these days. I guess its great to share what are they doing and how as a citizen we can co-operate with them for betterment in the security of our nation. Also I think they are trying to tell the youth what are the qualities and skills they want , It feel like branding and marketing of services. as an Indian feel happy that people like him are working in services.
@IndianKGB 6 aylar önce
@hr-115 6 aylar önce
"In international relations there is no Vasudev Kutumbhakum, there's only Chanakya Neeti" "If this Atmanirbhar Bharat succeeds, it will be the most defining moment in history of our civilization"
@Olive_Chap 6 aylar önce
The worst thing about all this is.. our gadhey politician have been calling us as leader in IT industry since one & half decade but we are spied on to core by our adversaries... Forget about leader even with massive talent we are not even top 10 in cyberspace domain..
@netajinaman9794 3 aylar önce
Salute respect to our brave soldiers and security 🙏🇮🇳 Jai Hind Jai Bharat
@sriharshanamuduri8694 6 aylar önce
Just an absolute delight listening to this particular podcast. The last few parting words are applicable at an individual level reg. what’s impacting us, our kids via screen as well as a civilization on where we are headed if we don’t take the ownership of the technology we use.
@nandan580i 6 aylar önce
"We are small cogs in huge machinery" This greatly sums up the world of intelligence and how if you take a piece out would have the power to disrupt the entire process. Brilliant analogy.
@sachins2726 6 aylar önce
What a man!! This episode just bloomed my thinking and now new dimension has to be brought in.. thank you for your service sir!!
@kruger-jz5tj 6 aylar önce
What a podcast! I think it depends on us, common people, to work hard and be aware and execute our responsibilities in the best possible manner if we want to rise up again to our earlier glory. Bharat Mata ki Jai!🇮🇳
@kirandeepchakraborty7921 6 aylar önce
The amount of detail that he goes into is just amazing. He is not a generalist, he is a Specialist. That too a polymath. Amazing.
@holykarmalife Aylar önce
Chanakya Neeti - India is truly blessed. It's lovely to know such brilliant people!
@ShaneCallum 6 aylar önce
Fantastic Podcast on Cybersecurity from an Indian perspective! Really appreciate Col Rajan’s efforts in indirectly hinting at so many things. Other fella is not needed in the discussion. Smita can prepare a list of questions instead of coming up with impromptu questions next time. We are more than happy to go sequentially instead of making it haphazardly. Sometimes podcasts like this require sequential questioning. I definitely looking forward to a book from Col Pavi. Just like Vikram Sood’s book on spying and intelligence gathering. I expect a comprehensive book by Col Pavi on cybersecurity. Upcoming decade is going to be a game changer. Kudos to the ANI team🎉
@saumyajitbhaduri1083 4 aylar önce
Bharat as a nation is proud to have Lt Col Pavi as its son's. It's people like him and others in the govt machinery that make sure our nation is safe from all fronts.
@vinayakshinde1290 6 aylar önce
Watching this podcast , made me realise that there are so many people in intelligence like pavi sir fighting constant war , without getting into public domain doing their work 🇮🇳, eye-opener podcast , those who control technology controls the wold, especially the last 1 min of podcast where he mentioned the products being sold to defeated nation made a huge impact on observation Information Warfare
@parinchheda 5 aylar önce
Wow! It was great to confirm about killswtches, types of intelligence threats, etc. I always had my doubts. What an informative episode overall.
@aru9076 6 aylar önce
Smitha ji you hv proved again that yours is the most researched and intelligent podcast. Great respect for your thorough research into understanding the subject in depth.
@sunnypant9107 6 aylar önce
Pavi's thought process has always been ahead of times especially in ICT domain. It's time people in corridors of power take the threats & opportunities that this potential frankenstein opens up for the Nation in not so far future seriously.!! There aren't many who understand this path as much as Pavithran does. An illuminating talk that should be heard by one and all !!! Thanks Smitha.. look forward to more such podcasts..👍
@anuyachavan7224 6 aylar önce
What an amazing podcast,it was like watching a movie..so gripping.. great storytelling.. and so many lessons... hats off to everyone involved!
@SK-wg9sw 6 aylar önce
It's absolutely a great podcast for Indians to understand the importance of Cyber Security and we have to follow certain things to keep yourself safe. India is way behind in Cyber security and it takes lot of effort for Govt and others to implement the security practices. Schools should start security as a subject from class 6 to colleges, universities as a mandatory subject.
@guptcharbaba4041 6 aylar önce
The main thing is that because of internet there lot of intercaste interregion and religion hate
@VinodKumar-pi9kl 6 aylar önce
Wonderful to hear all the efforts that went into performing and getting real results...good to see how you were able to wade through uncharted territories while staying within Organisational boundaries.....I remember few conversations we had in the early 2000s...well done Pavithran...... a great interview Smita Prakash and team...
@moliksharma1741 6 aylar önce
Excellent content, great man, eye opener for many Indians I believe. Very first takeaway is - start reading multi-disciplinary content to stay aware amd understand the bigger picture.
@stonedsufi Aylar önce
What a life! This podcast was worth every second. Don't remember how many times I went back to listen to a missed word or two, something that I rarely feel the need to do often. Next step - d/l and read all articles by Mr Rajan and try to get my hands on the book written by him.
@padmakrishna9387 Aylar önce
Mind blowing podcast...hatsoff to people like col Pavithran 🙏🙏🙏
@Manoj-ke2bc Aylar önce
Wish more IIT guys join such organisations ..amazing podcast
@xdadev 6 aylar önce
This was one of the most if not the most impressive podcasts when it comes to real intelligence stuff.
@thruben 5 aylar önce
Very informative and good listening. ❤
@manishraj_161 6 aylar önce
Thank you sir for this podcast & Smita mam too , You all are doing great things, helping nation to educate the importance of cyber security, IT . Jai Hind 🇮🇳
@kaarthicksangee 5 aylar önce
Sir, really fascinating career. After your interview i understood that during world war there were only personal interests and no allies. Eye opening interview and lots of info.
@jayeshpathak1308 2 aylar önce
The Best interview so far. Rather one of the Best! Educating, mind blowing, Informative.. N numbers of adjectives 💐💐👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🙏🏻😊
@abhishekgiri1201 Aylar önce
Love the insight this podcast provides!!
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@anil4015 3 aylar önce
Loved hearing the entire episode. Thank you.
@raghurampalaparthi4544 Aylar önce
Mrs Smitha & Col Pavitran sir ....wonderful discussion, heart touching anecdotes Jai Bharat and hats off to defense forces...
@cpvn889 4 aylar önce
Super interview..... Real insight.... Fascinating experiences.... Thanks for having this guest .... Well thought about... Jai Hind
@shwethagururaja6791 Aylar önce
Thank you for the wonderful podcast. Pavi Sir I’m totally awestruck by your words. Conclusion was quite heavy . I loved every second of this episode.
@NightMgrInd 6 aylar önce
Also kudos and heartfelt gratitude and infinite salutations to Col. Rajan (Pavi) in his display of controlled yet open and supremely articulate commentary on a subject that is of prime importance to how we as a civilisation will be judged by our future generations ..Jai Hind Sir and more power to you and may your tribe grow and prosper to make us atmanirbhar...Jai Hind! 🇮🇳
@ShreeWaghmre-qo4rq 6 aylar önce
Great content. These are the real heroes which our entire country needs to cherish.
@ramamurtipaluri2420 6 aylar önce
Smita ji. Very interesting Podcast. Proud to note that we have such highly intelligent, dedicated people who remain in the background And serve and protect our nation with such painstaking efforts. Such people do not work for the sake of salary. It is their interest to face the challenge for the security of our country. We must also appreciate the PMs Atmanirbgar projects to oversee other nations interfere in our interests. The previous government with a pseudo Indians penetration jeopardized our interests for the sake of money and power.
@nrayc 6 aylar önce
Very informative. Vastly enhanced my basic knowledge of cyber warfare & counter-intelligence. Wish Col. Pavi had spoken a bit on Stuxnet malware and its use in Iran and various grid-attacks that we know very little about. Thank you Sir & thank you Smita and team 🙏
@bharatavarsha10k 6 aylar önce
What a great podcast this is ❤ Clarity of thought is at it's highest order.
@chinmaylimaye4427 6 aylar önce
Amazing episode. The military/espionage/exciting real life stuff podcasts by Smita ma'am and Dubeyji are second to none. Amazing man great achievements.
@v1jays 2 aylar önce
This interview was a revelation. Thanks 👍🏼
@RohitSinghKumar 6 aylar önce
1:41:25 AI, Nano Tech, Genitics, Quantam Computing We from Indian IT are running behind outsourced development (like bonded labourers) and doing nothing in either of 4 fields (at least to my knowledge). Why….? This Gentlemen need to speak more… I love his talk. Thanks Smita ji for bringing him 🙏
@sunilupp282 Aylar önce
Thanks for such a wonderful pod cast.
@amitchanda3124 5 aylar önce
Awesome Pavi, you have given an holistic overview, Kudos🙏🏾
@amandeepkumar6167 2 aylar önce
For me it's the best podcast so far on this channel. Great learning experience. Thank you ANI & Pavi Sir❤.
@poojajadhav2473 2 aylar önce
Such an insightful podcast 🥰🤩😊😊
@vandematram7079 5 aylar önce
Thank you ANI for introducing such a great personality ❤️
@Sunnypad 6 aylar önce
Smita, you continue to bring fascinating interviews. Just when I think you have done your best, you outdo yourself. May you reach greater heights. Jai Hind.
@user-tp5ez5vk8r 6 aylar önce
Very well spoken Pavi sir. Your knowledge on the subject left me spellbound. The lucid flow of thoughts alongside deep insight of this complex topic speaks of your passion and hard work. Thoroughly proud to be your coursemate. God bless. Regards
@anuragsinha5684 6 aylar önce
Thank you ANI for such an enlightening podcast.. Does India have any strategic geologists..? Expecting a positive reply and fruitful podcast if ANI finds interest in Geologist.
@gyaniyajsingh 6 aylar önce
Great facilitation by Smita. Finally Smita managed to control her curiosity and let the guest speaker complete their story and their versions without interruptions. Thank you!
@sarjakshah7213 6 aylar önce
Smita ji thank you so very much for such interviews. My greatest takeaway amongst many others is that we have such great patriotic personalities like Pavitharan Raj who spend personal monies for the benefit of our country
@harishrv 6 aylar önce
For all the unknown and unseen warriors our heart felt 🙏🙏🙏
@neelsingh8729 6 aylar önce
Col pavi is a pure pleasant to hear, awesome insight into security aspects of technology. loved this episode by smita prakash ji
@ratulbose4128 18 gün önce
This is one of the finest podcasts I've witnessed but at the same time it's very frightening to hear the fault lines of India. I think the general public and the government should come together to fight this challenge otherwise every single of us are in stake
@krishnachaitanya3105 5 aylar önce
Eye opener and backed up with high intellect . Thanks to ANI for podcasting such a futuristic content.Just wondering what life style changes I shall bring upon to be excluded from this unwarranted monitoring and to survive the future with freedom and without the fear of manipulation by an external force.
@katyarkhukri7003 3 aylar önce
Tremendously educative! Thanks to Col Pavithran Rajan and Smita for hosting this.
@davesprivatelounge 5 aylar önce
This is the first time I've heard a govt affiliated guy talk about sock accounts 😂. I hope we have way more people with cutting edge knowledge in gov
@PrashantKumar-nv6zx 6 aylar önce
Very insightful, it is so good to hear from such unsung heroes. He knew what he was talking about. The concluding remarks were something that everyone who watches this podcast to ponder upon. How we as citizens are enabling our adverseries because what they provide is slightly cheap. But eventually it will be more harmful for us, rahter than helpful which we were made to believe!
@Michaels005 3 aylar önce
At the very least, I now grasp the concept of leverage. Creating
@Hermanjackson89 3 aylar önce
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@ivymadanhennion8108 3 aylar önce
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@SofiaAnsari-wb7gn 3 aylar önce
Yeah, that guy is one asset manager that gives the breakdown of everything on how things are done, joining an effective financial community can be 100% beneficial when joined properly that's all I can say out of experience
@raymanmorrison3994 3 aylar önce
He also happens to be one of the best asset managers I've ever worked with. I've actually had a conversation with John Desmond Heppolette. It has been a truly flawless experience for the past 6 years
@rebeccajenks8426 3 aylar önce
I was curious after reading what you shared, so I Googled his name. I came across his webpage..
@TheShardul89 2 aylar önce
Smita ji was so taken in by the Colonel’s charm 😂❤❤
@gauravmehta4108 3 aylar önce
Bring more cybersecurity experts in your show. This is the thing where every citizen has to aware for their future as a Citi and nation wise
@bhupalsb 6 aylar önce
GREAT TUBE .... THANKS AGAIN.... no words to express the service your POSTCARDS are doing to US AS A NATION. Thanks a lot and all the best.
@sj-2400 6 aylar önce
Thank to Lt Col for such a beautiful conversation and I have huge amount of respect for all intelligence agencies, only thing I want to ask why no intelligence guy don't talk about Lt Col Shrikant Purohit .He was also from Army Intelligence and helped country in best possible way.
@brijilalmohanty5454 6 aylar önce
Wwwhat a Podcast! A few takeaways are... Focus on Quantum/AI/Cyber-Security/5G or 6G by India, designing n building our Products/Electronics/Defense equipments, developing mass-consumer solutions such as Emails/Search engines, putting in digital-privacy bills, mindset change for strive to thrive, and so on...
@COLCHADHA 6 aylar önce
Hello Smita would like to share my experiences of life and my managing 167 ULFAs names, addresses, weapons, and publicity material during OP Bajrang in Asaam. Based on those details, the complete Division planned its operations. Gen NC VIJ issued a DO letter mentioning all this, Incidently i am a 1971 and Kargil war veteran beside Op Bajrang, A Rajputana Rifles soldier. look forward to your suitable revert.
@srajagopalan 5 aylar önce
Absolutely interesting interview. One of the best ones Smita Prakash! Mr Pavi’s explanations takes us, the commoners, to a very different sphere. Incredible. 🙏🏻
@altheabrown2044 6 aylar önce
Col Saheb, ''lack of strategic thinking/planning'': bless you for those words! I am 63, have never used a smart phone; minimal footprint on social media, as well. But coming back to the absence of strategic thinking, I am deeply concerned that today we have no way to communicate to our ''betters' in the Indian establishment about some things one might feel are vital to our security interests, and are of a time-sensitive nature. May I connect with you somehow and send you the names of a couple of organic chemicals as well as some of their derivative products? As an infantry commander in Kargil, you will at once see what is relevant about these materials. Also, our food production systems are wildly out of order; exceptionally vulnerable. I don't know if the PMO or the Indian economists, intoxicated with the fumes of their own supposed cleverness, ably abetted by their obsessively anti-national conditioning., are in any position to advise our leaders about the clear and present dangers facing us. Just as Barkha Dutt was at Kargil, taking real -time pictures of the artillery positions, a feat she repeated in Mumbai. Modiji was able to devote 3 days of his very precious time to a national meet on Natural Farming, but might not be similarly enthusiastic about thinking through some counter-intuitive suggestions on our food security, and energy concerns. Whoever has been feeding Nitin Gadkariji specious nonsense about 'green hydrogen" and ''biofuels" need to be countered by opposing points of view , based on scholarly evidence and the unrelenting principles of thermodynamics. Would you be willing to find some ears willing to listen to some urgent concerns, or be willing to listen to such yourself? One other person would be most valuable: Sri Jayshankar's brother, who began his career as a game theorist under someone I know well and who can voich that I am not insane, by a long shot. Hare Srinivasa
@HUD123RE 6 aylar önce
Great Podcast and its relevance and uniqueness lies in the guest speakers. Amazing insights by Col Pavi in this podcast. He said so much without really saying too much, highlighting areas where the country and bureaucracy in particular must focus for the country to fulfill its potential and take its rightful place in world order. What was disturbing to note was that the youth bulge is not so aware of the big canvass on which there work will impact, that's a great point to make. As for the host, continue the great work you are doing.
@jnnayal1 6 aylar önce
Policy makers can take a lot from this interview of Col Pavithran. Hard hitting facts. Govt can't keep the pace - bring onboard homegrown pvt players, ICT domain has to be "Atmanirbhar", privacy matters & many more. On a lighter note "Call me Pavi" 😊
@anuragsingh940 3 aylar önce
If i have to define him. In one word that would be Gentlemen, one of the best podcast
@utkarshraj229 6 aylar önce
ani comes up with best defense podcasts , the podcast with ex raw chief was also very informative thank you smita mam.
@smartobserver5123 6 aylar önce
Ma'am this is certainly one of your best episodes. Hats off to Colonel for inspiring and detailed explanations 👏
@12440jayjay 6 aylar önce
When it comes to national security and interest, India is like a small child with her thumb stuck in the mouth. Unless at national level we develop the awareness of cyber threats, and implement laws to forbid any means of foreign influence or input, we always will find our self vulnerable. Discussions like this are eyeopener. Stay smart and safe.🙏
@yashwanthsakala9305 6 aylar önce
Such an absolute legend….very enlightening 2hrs of conversation. Thank you very much Smita ma’am .
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