NSABNational Security Advisory Board (India)
NSABNaval Support Activity Bahrain (US Navy)
NSABNationalsozialistischer Deutscher Arztebund (German: National Socialist German Doctors' Association)
NSABNational Senior Advisory Board (Sheldon, IL)
NSABNova Scotia Animal Breeders
NSABNational Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Swaziland
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Existing members of the NSAB including China expert Lt Gen SL Narasimhan, Dr Bimal Patel, former Western naval Commander Vice Admiral Anil Chopra have been given extensions in the group.
The DND was formulated by NSAB comprising eight former civil officers, five former army officers, four academics, three scientists and two journalists.
The NSAB survey was administered online to students within approximately three weeks of returning to campus after their 2011 Alternative Spring Break experience.
Underlining the importance of the military's role in developing such new doctrines, Indian nuclear expert and member of the NSAB, Bharat Karnad, notes that "it is only now that the military is getting into nuclear matters." This is an exciting time in Indian civil-military relations as the "military is trying to define a role for itself....
The company also holds strategic participations in AsiaSat in Asia, Star One and Nahuelsat in Latin America, and NSAB in Europe.
Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES Global has reportedly increased its ownership of the Swedish satellite operator Nordic Satellite AB (NSAB) from 50% to 75% by acquiring the 25% stake from Swedish Space Corp (SSC) for an undisclosed sum.
In August 1999, India's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government released a draft report by the National Security Advisory Board (NSAB) on India's nuclear doctrine.
The European Commission cleared an agreement on December 18 between two Swedish companies, Nordiska Satellitaktiebolaget (NSAB) and Modern Times Group AB (MTG) to upgrade MTG's analogue satellite broadcasting operations to digital broadcasting.
India established its National Security Advisory Board (NSAB) in the wake of the 1998 nuclear tests and charged it with drafting India's nuclear doctrine.
Summary: New Delhi (India), Dec 31 (ANI): The National Security Advisory Board (NSAB) is likely to be expanded on Tuesday with the induction of former diplomat Amar Sinha, former chief of Intelligence Bureau (IB) Asif Ibrahim and former Research and Analysis Wing (R &AW) official Tilak Devesher in the Board.
Bimal Patel, a member of India's National Security Advisory Board (NSAB) and Law Commission, told the newspaper that he"doesn't know what the government's intention is, but it is uncalled for to participate in such meetings to perpetuate a third party role".