SASHASTRA SEEMA BAL
SSB to enhance number of women at border posts: DG Archana Ramasundaram
DG siad that the force is planning to "enhance number of women personnel" at border out posts and engage them further in operational frontier duties.
Paramilitary veterans to hold protest march, dharna for OROP on March 15
Ex-paramilitary officials will hold a protest march to Parliament an...
Government allows women to be combat officers in all Central Armed Police Forces
The Committee on Empowerment of Women had said there was an ...
NSG, CISF, SSB chiefs get apex pay scale
Chiefs of National Security Guard (NSG), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) were today given apex pay scale of Rs 80,000, thus removing an anomaly in their salaries.
Key posts in internal security, paramilitary to fall vacant
The 1979-batch Andhra Pradesh cadre Indian Police Service (IPS) officer is also holding the charge of the NATGRID in an additional capacity.
Archana Ramasundram is new SSB DG; first woman to head paramilitary
Senior IPS officer Archana Ramasundram was today appointed Director General of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), the first woman to head a paramilitary force.
Government okays quotas for women in paramilitary
The government has approved reservation of 33% women at the constable rank in two major central paramilitary forces CRPF and CISF.
Forces asked to encourage martial arts, sports in border areas
Border guarding forces like BSF, ITBP and SSB have been asked to encourage locals in frontier areas to acquire skills of martial arts and adventure sports.
India to depute over 100 fresh troops under UN flag in Africa
India has committed to deploy a fresh contingent of over 100 paramilitary troops for rendering special police combat and security duties under the United Nations.
In-principle nod for martyr status for paramilitary personnel
Associations of retired paramilitary forces and those serving them have been seeking martyr status for personnel, who sacrificed their lives for the country.
Security upgradation significant in North East: Kiren Rijiju
"Security upgradation in the North East region is very significant as the area is attached to the international border," Rijiju said.
OROP: Retired paramilitary personnel end stir, to return in 2016
He said the veterans will "fall back again after three months, in the first week of February, 2016 to press for their demands."
Retired paramilitary personnel begin stir to press OROP demand
President of the Association R B Pathak said the agitation by the paramilitary veterans will "intensify" in the coming days and they will hold a big rally next year.
Independence day: Vigil stepped up along India-Nepal border
Patrolling of public spots such as hotels, rail and bus stations have also been intensified to ward off untoward incidents, Bankothi added.
India to tighten security along Nepal border
Security along the Nepal border will be tightened besides the security infrastructure and intelligence network in the next six months, official sources said.
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