5 Real Indian Spies And Their Stories: ~ TwilightBox

5 Real Indian Spies And Their Stories:

5 Real Indian Spies And Their Stories:

The Intelligence officers are usually the most underappreciated and most important people working for the national security. Not a lot is known about them because most of their exploits are classified and top secret.



Some stories do get out and are very inspirational. Today we are sharing few stories of Indian Spies that will make you proud ....

1.Rameshwar Nath Kao 

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Rameshwar Nath Kao was  the first chief of India's external intelligence agency The Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW). He was one of India's foremost intelligence officers, and helped build R&AW. One of surprising fact about him  is that he was only photographed twice in public  in his entire life time. He was picked by Jawarharlal Nehru himself  while founding and establishing R&AW. His influence was such that those who served under him during this time were affectionately called 'Kaoboys'. Sounds cool right?

2.Ravindra  kausik

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Ravindra kausik was deep under cover agent of R&AW. One of most valuable  asset of Indian intelligence agency have ever produced. He was was witnessed by officials from the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) while he was performing his talent at the national level dramatic meet in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.  In 1975 at the age of 23 Kaushik was sent to Pakistan on a mission. After kausik was given  a Pakistani name and many inside work He gained access to the Pakistan Army as a civilian clerk and, later on, as a worker in the Military Accounts Department.
In September 1983,  One Indian intelligence agencies sent a low level operative, Inyat Masih, to get in touch with Kaushik. However, Masih was caught by Pakistan's intelligence agencies. He revealed  kausik's His sentence was later commuted to a life term by the Supreme Court of Pakistan identity. And he was   sentenced death in 1985. But letter his sentence  commuted  to life in term by Supreme court of Pakistan.  On 26 July 1999, he died due heart disease in New Central Jail Multan in Multan.

3.Rabinder Singh

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Do you ever heard  the term "Double agent" in spy movies? If you did then He was one of them.
He was a joint secretary in R&AW. Singh served in Indian Army even he reached the rank of major. Later joined R&AW. According to reports  he gained attention from counter- intelligence when he was found photocopying some documents not related to his work and he was placed under surveillance and his phone. conversations were tapped. The surveillance was probably very good  because  he never suspected that he was being tailed even though he was a well trained 
Intelligence officer. In 2004  he disappeared like smoke.  He is suspected of having escaped to the US  with his wife via Nepal using a fake identity in the name of Mr and Mrs Rajpal Prasad Sharma according a report. God knows where he is now.

4.Ajit Kumar Doval

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Ajit Kumar Doval is retired IPS officer and the current Security Adviser  of India. Usually  IPS officers don't work under cover but in his case he become  a field agent  and spent 7 years under cover in Pakistan. 
A fun fact about him is he even planned and  assassination of our well know Dawood Ibrahim before Indian police screwed up his plans.In 1988, Doval was awarded one of the highest gallantry awards, the Kirti Chakra and become  the first police officer to receive a medal previously given only as a military honour. He even served Intelligence  Bureau in 2004-05. We glad that we glad he is NSA of India.

5.Kashmir Singh

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Not every spy is a successful one. Not every espionage story is thrilling. Some are the stuff horror movies are made of, some are inspirational too. Kashmir Singh was a lowly operative who worked under a contract. That meant that he was not a permanent employee, and hence not really valuable. Once undercover, he was caught by Pakistani Intelligence Officers and was accused of espionage.He spent the next 35 years in jail,Of these 35 years, he spent 17 years chained to a post in a cell.He spent ALL THE TIME without seeing the sky, daylight or visitors.


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