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Security intensified in Jammu ahead of I-Day, quick response teams deployed
The main function in Jammu will be held at Mini Stadium Parade, which was sealed as part of security arrangements even as the Union Territory administration has decided to allow only a few hundred people to attend the celebration due to a spike in coronavirus cases, the official said.
ITBP awards 294 troops for bravery during recent skirmishes with Chinese forces in Ladakh
In its first official account of the standoff betwe...
Militants hurl grenades on security forces
"The terrorists attempted an attack on CAPF (Central Armed Police Force) at 16:45 hours today at C...
Morale of armed forces very high, ready to sacrifice lives for country: ITBP DG
The force has inducted about 30 fresh companies (around 3,000 personnel) to bolster its numbers at various locations along the LAC in view of the standoff with the People's Liberation Army (PLA) of China.
Number of uniformed women personnel in UN peacekeeping must be raised: Indian commander
Women represent only four per cent of the total UN military peacekeepers, Captain Preeti Sharma, Commander of the Indian Female Engagement Team (FET) with the United Nations Organisation Stabilisation Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (MONUSCO), told in a video interview from Sake town.
Mizoram CM urges PM Modi to withhold CAPF personnel movement to contain Covid cases
Mizoram has 468 cases of COVID-19 out of which 253 have recovered. Around 455 people had travel history outside the state while 13 do not have any travel history. The chief minister said that the disconcerting part of the above statistics is that out of the 215 active cases, 53 are civilians and 162 paramilitary personnel.
Sino-India clash: Interstate movement of armed forces, CAPFs relaxed in Himachal Pradesh
There is now no requirement of any e-pass or permit for interstate movement of the personnel of armed forces and Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) in Himachal Pradesh, state Chief Secretary Anil Kumar Khachi said.
13 SSB personnel test positive for COVID-19
As many as 13 personnel of border guarding force Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) have tested positive for coronavirus till now, officials said on Monday. The about 80,000 personnel strong SSB is primarily tasked to guard the 1,751 km long India-Nepal and 699 km of the India-Bhutan borders apart from rendering a variety of roles in the internal security domain of the country.
Government to focus on domestic manufacturing of arms, ammunition to promote 'Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan'
Reddy, the Union Minister of State for Home, said for many years India was dependent on worldwide Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) for procuring arms and ammunition. "We will have to strengthen our presence in making a strong public-private-partnership culture," he said.
CRPF, BSF open hospitals nationwide for COVID-19 treatment of veterans, families of slain soldiers
The CRPF has a chain of 19 healthcare hospitals in the country and as per an order issued by its headquarters here, all its retired personnel, their dependents and families of troops who were killed in the line of duty "will be provided initial care, advice and nursing care" for coronavirus.
CISF official succumbs to COVID-19; 13th death in CAPFs
The deceased, head constable Chaudhari Narsingh Bhai, 55, was posted in the 1st reserve battalion of the force based in Madhya Pradeshs' Barwaha town of Khargone district, a senior official said.
Shah expresses concern over rising coronavirus cases in Central Armed Police Forces
Union Home Minister Amit Shah chaired a meeting of the DGs of all Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) where he appreciated the commendable work done by these forces and expressed concern over increasing COVID-19 cases, a home ministry spokesperson said.
ITBP operationalises two newly sanctioned commands for China LAC
Officials said the recent standoff between Indian and Chinese forces in the Ladakh area and other parts of the LAC is a major reason for the quick initiation of the two commands - western headquartered at Chandigarh and eastern at Guwahati - stipulated to be headed by an Additional Director General (ADG) rank officer, equivalent to a Lt Gen in the Army.
MHA puts on hold list of non-Swadeshi items for CAPF canteens
The MHA on May 13 had declared that the nationwide network of over 1,700 Central Police Canteens (CPCs) or CAPF canteens will only sell indigenous or 'swadeshi' products from June 1 in a bid to give a fillip to domestic industries.