Intelligence chiefs of India, Canada meet; discuss BlackBerry

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    NEW DELHI: India and Canada are understood to have discussed lawful interception of BlackBerry service and migration of Tamil refugees from Sri Lanka to Canada during talks between their Intelligence Chiefs here today.

    Director of Canadian Security Intelligence Service Robert B Fadden met Director Intelligence Bureau Rajiv Mathur during which issues like sharing of intelligence, interception of BlackBerry service besides migration of Tamil refugees are said to have figured among others, official sources said.

    The government has asked BlackBerry phone makers Research in Motion (RIM) to come up with a final solution by December 31 on giving access to security agencies to its popular messenger and enterprise services.

    There are around one million BlackBerry subscribers in India.

    Earlier, Fadden also met Home Secretary G K Pillai and Research and Analysis Wing Chief A K Verma and discussed issues of mutual importance, the sources said.
     
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