Government employees use drones for stalking harmless female engineering classmate

NTRO, intelligence and security agencies have got the latest drones for security purposes , however the systems in these powerful indian government agencies are very poor, and these employees are free to abuse their powers, the sophisticated equipment they have, to stalk and sexually harass their harmless female engineering classmate who these powerful government officials hate, because she will not agree to an unfair and humiliating identity theft deal

Since 2010, the single woman engineer, domain investor and google competitor, legally owning this website has been stalked by her male engineering classmates working in indian intelligence agencies, especially NTRO. They have stalked her in different states, different cities in India, different houses in these cities using drones and the most sophisticated aerial surveillance systems available

Officially these ntro employees falsely claim that they are monitoring their female classmate because they are worried about honesty, however in reality they were stalking her , so that they could steal her identity and enjoy life free sex with the google,tata supplied goan prostitute R&AW employees sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar, get money bribes from cheater housewives like indore document robber veena, naina and jobs for their relatives like goan gsb fraud housewife riddhi nayak, bengaluru shivalli brahmin cheater housewife nayanshree hathwar.

Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles

Though they are popularly called drones, the technical name for the drones is unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Any machine which is designed for flying in the air with human beings is likely to be more expensive as a lot of safety features have to be inbuilt in the machine to prevent loss of life or injuries. The technology used in drones is an extension of the technology used in remote controlled toys, especially remote controlled helicopters and planes.

As wireless control technologies became more advanced and inexpensive, it was possible to develop drones for military and commercial applications. They were initially used for military applications, however they are becoming increasingly popular among civilians for taking photos, making videos and in some cases, delivery of items in some areas.

However the use of the drones is restricted or highly regulated in many countries.

Airborne devices defying the force of gravity

Due to the force of gravity, travelling in air has always been a challenge for all humans and has fascinated people for centuries, While hot air balloons were initially used for air travel, with advances in technology, there are a large number of devices or methods used to travel in air defying the force of gravity . Some of the ways of being airborne is using
Drones
Hot air balloons
Paragliding
Helicopters
Aircraft
Satellite, spacecraft