Arisining against terrorism.

In the wake of the coordinated terror attacks in Mumbai, many Indian and Western observers seemed shocked by the brutality and skill of the attackers. But the terror strikes should not have come as such a surprise. After years of largely avoiding the kind of sophisticated Islamist terror that has been the hallmark of Al Qaeda, in the past year India has become, as much as Europe or the United States, a frontline in the global war on terror.

Indian government is training a number of anti-terrorism officers who primarily hold policy advisory and planning positions at places that are frequently threatened by terrorist invasions, where they sort out several issues related to critical intimidations. These ATOs are trained vigorously to protect national security and have to take up operational counter-terrorism roles. Their training level and experience must be above military field training.
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