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Government to completely withdraw border guarding forces from internal security duty
According to the proposal, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) is working on a new "model" where the burden of internal security duties, including conduct of elections, will be largely borne by the country's largest paramilitary force, the Central Reserve Police Force.
Crackdown on cattle smuggling: India-Bangladesh border guards to ensure sanctity of the border
Among the measures adopted by the two sides in...
India and Bangladesh to hold Director General-level border talks in Dhaka next month
The biannual talks will be held between the Border Secur...
BSF alerts units along Bangladesh border against spurt in human trafficking during COVID-19
The Border Security Force (BSF) has sounded an alert all along the 4,096 km long India-Bangladesh front to check cross-border human trafficking instances that may witness a spurt in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the linked lockdown.
ITBP chief S S Deswal given additional charge of National Security Guard DG
The order by the Union Home Ministry said Deswal "would hold additional charge of the post of DG NSG till the joining of regular DG or until further orders, whichever is earlier". This is the second time that Deswal, a 1984-batch Indian Police Service officer, has been directed to lead the NSG in an additional capacity.
Over 36,000 COVID-19 cases, 128 deaths in central police forces: Data
The cases pertain to the seven forces of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Border Security Force (BSF), Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), National Security Guard (NSG) and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF).
BSF foils infiltration bid by five terrorists along IB in Samba
On the intervening night of September 26 and 27, the spokesman said BSF troops noticed movement of a group of terrorists who were attempting to infiltrate into this side. The infiltrators opened fire when challenged by the BSF. Officials said the incident took place in Mangu Chak Border Outpost (BOP) area of Ghagwal around 11.45 pm and small arms firing between the India and Pakistani troops lasted for about 30 minutes.
Large quantity of narcotics seized as BSF foiled infiltration bid along IB in Jammu
The infiltration bid by suspected smugglers was scuttled in Arnia area of R S Pura sector during the intervening night of Saturday and Sunday, an official of the border guarding force said.
'Pakistan's attempt to reconcile with Bangladesh will fall flat'
On July 22, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan called his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina wherein they exchanged greetings and discussed the flood and COVID-19 situations in both countries, Bangla News 24 quoted statements released from the prime minister's office.
Bangladesh PM snubs Imran's efforts to raise Kashmir in bilateral conversation
Pakistan’s role in assassination of Hasina's father and Bangladesh’s first leader has been widely acknowledged. ISI-backed terror groups have been active in Bangladesh under BNP-Jamaat rule. But the Hasina government cracked down after it returned to power in 2008. Pak spy agency’s efforts to support BNP at last elections in 2018 was also foiled.
ITBP’s extra high-tech proposal for UAVs, radars, LORROS set to be okayed
ITBP is responsible for guarding the 3,488 km-long LAC with China which runs along Ladakh, Arunachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Sikkim and Himachal Pradesh.
Indian and Chinese troops man remote Himalayan outposts just hundreds of metres apart
"The situation is tense," an official in New Delhi said, adding that Indian and Chinese troops were squaring off in close proximity in at least four locations south of the Pangong Tso lake that both lay claim to. "Both are on their own sides of the LAC," the official said, referring to the Line of Actual Control, the de facto border.
China accuses Indian troops of firing warning shots in border dispute
Chinese border guards took "countermeasures" to stabilise the situation, Zhang Shuili, spokesman for the military's western command theatre, said in a statement published by the military's official news website early on Tuesday.
Indo-Tibetan Border Police chief SS Deswal spends six days on border with China in Ladakh
With over 5,000 ITBP troops stationed in Ladakh, Deswal over the past few days toured almost all major areas on the border from Sub-Sector North to the Sub-sector South in the eastern Ladakh sector.
Mizoram denying entry to Armed Forces in the State clearly violates directions of MHA: Assam Rifles
The restrictions imposed by the State of Mizoram on the operational movement of Assam Rifles is seriously hampering the smooth functioning of the force impacting the primary task of border guarding, Assam Rifles said.