Arunachal MLA murder: NSCN(IM) area commander held
On May 23 last National Peoples party (NPP) MLA, Tirong Aboh from Khonsa West constituency along with 10 others were killed by suspected militants in Arunachal Pradesh.
Vetting process for next Army Chief begins
The government faces a tough choice for what has now become a selection process where the old conv...
Over 84,000 vacancies in Central Armed Police Forces: Government
"In a written reply to Lok Sabha, the Home Ministry said vacancies keep aris...
Army plans crackdown on key North East insurgent groups
Sources said the top leadership of the most active insurgent groups has been put on the target list and action will unroll over the next few weeks.
Armies of India, Myanmar target NE militants in coordinated operation
Myanmar is one of the strategic neighbours of India and shares a 1,640-km border with a number of north-eastern states, including the militancy-hit Nagaland and Manipur.
MHA, MoD leave it to CCS to take final call on dual control over Assam Rifles
Assam Riffles, the 184-year-old paramilitary force of the country, is under the administrative control of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) while the operational control lies with the Ministry of Defence.
Coast Guard may affiliate with BSF and CRPF in future: Official
"May be in the future. This is the first step which will yield so much of dividends," he told reporters when asked whether the Coast Guard would have similar associations with other paramilitary forces such as the BSF and the CRPF.
More security forces for Lok Sabha polls than operation Brasstacks
Mobilisation on such a large scale is rare in the world. India’s best known army exercise, Operation Brasstacks, is said to have involved 6-8 lakh personnel.
Northeast rebels face heat after operations in Myanmar
Surrendered rebel Adorsh Asom said that due to the operation, food has become scarce in the camp. “All supply lines are snapped. I had to walk for eight days to reach Tinsukia from Myanmar.”
In a first, all-women Assam Rifles contingent, INA veterans participated at R-Day parade
India’s 70th Republic Day parade on Rajpath have many firsts, including display of the army’s newly acquired artillery guns, a march by an a...
INA veterans, all-women Assam Rifles contingent among many firsts on 70th R-Day
The 70th Republic Day parade also saw a dazzling display of 'Nari Shakti' led by an all-women contingent of the Assam Rifles, which created history by walking down Rajpath for the first time.
Assam Rifles hands over 15 trained horses to Myanmar army
The horses, which reached Moreh town on Wednesday from Hempur in Uttarakhand, were selected by a Myanmarese delegation during their visit to Remount Training School and Remount Veterinary Corps in the northern state in September.
Income tax benefits to paramilitary personnel on ration money, hardship allowance likely
The move, when implemented, is expected to benefit about nine lakh personnel of paramilitary forces -- CRPF, BSF, CISF, ITBP and SSB.
Army Rejig: Now ADG to head Rashtriya Rifles
The move is aimed at cutting administrative flab to sharpen combat capabilities.
Enhancing retirement age: CRPF seeks additional battalions, new peacetime duties
CRPF has told the government, that it should be allowed to raise at least 16 new battalions to enable it to have young manpower to meet its operational requirements and to compensate the gain of over 16,000 older personnel.
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