In a first, ITBP launches matrimonial portal for unmarried, widowed troops
The mountain warfare-trained force, primarily tasked to guard the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China, has about 2,500 unmarried men and 1,000 women in its various ranks at present. A number of these personnel are posted and deployed in remote border locations and far flung areas and it becomes an "uphill task" for them and their families to find a suitable match.
Amit Shah visits BSF headquarters in Delhi; reviews operations along Pakistan, Bangladesh borders
It was the Union Home Minister Amit Shah's ...
Don't fill up SAG posts in ITBP, BSF, CRPF without informing court: HC to Centre
The Delhi High Court has asked the Centre not to fill via de...
5,000 paramilitary personnel being sent to NE in wake of protests over citizenship bill: Officials
Nearly 20 companies have been withdrawn from Kashmir, where they had been sent prior to the Centre's decision on August 5 to abrogate Article 370 provisions and split the erstwhile state of J-K into two union territories. The remaining 30 companies have been withdrawn from other places and rushed to Northeastern states, the officials said.
Naxal with ₹1.4 crore bounty may have died: Police
A well-attended cremation of a “senior leader” in the CPI (Maoist) stronghold of Bijapur in south Bastar has led the Chhattisgarh police and central agencies to suspect that the dead leader is none other than the “most-wanted” CPI (Maoist) central committee member and secretary of Dandkarenya Special Zonal Committee, Ravula Srinivas alias Ramanna.
Amit Shah directs CRPF to keep combat profile young; shift aged troops to light jobs
Union Home Minister Amit Shah recently conducted a review of the force at its headquarters here after which he directed that the lead internal security force of the country should devise a mechanism that enables it to keep its fighting blood fresh and lethal at all times.A committee has been asked to submit its "specific" recommendations by Dec 15.
Car with seven people drives into Priyanka's residence, security breach taken up with CRPF
The Congress general secretary's office has taken up the issue of the security breach that occurred on November 26 with the Central Reserve Police Force, they said.
Over 1 million paramilitary men to don khadi uniform, combat outfit
Home Minister Amit Shah is learnt to have asked heads of all central forces to switch to ‘Make-in-India’ products and promote use of khadi, including using Khadi fabric for uniforms. Home ministry officials confirmed the development saying that more than 1 million personnel of CRPF, BSF, SSB, ITBP, CISF, NSG and Assam Rifles will be using uniform made of terry-Khadi.
Shah reviews preparedness of CRPF at Delhi HQ
Union home minister Amit Shah visited the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) headquarters and expressed his thoughts on Twitter saying the country is proud of the “exemplary valour” of CRPF personnel. With a strength of more than 300,000 personnel, the CRPF is designated as the lead force for internal security duties and anti-Maoist operations.
Security of Gandhi family not withdrawn but only changed: Amit Shah
Union Home Minister Amit Shah said security of Sonia Gandhi and her children Rahul and Priyanka has not been withdrawn but changed to 'Z-plus' with ambulance. Replying to the debate on the SPG (Amendment) Bill, he asserted that the BJP does carry out any action with a vindictive approach and it was the Congress which took many such decisions in the past.
Attempts being made to reactivate Balakot terror camp: Government
"Inputs indicate that attempts are being made by Pakistan-based terror outfits to reactivate its camp at Balakot and restart their religious and Jihadi indoctrination courses against India," Union minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said replying a written question in Rajya Sabha.
HM Shah visits CRPF headquarters in Delhi, reviews its operational preparedness
During his visit to the CRPF headquarters at the CGO Complex on Lodhi Road, Union Home Minister Amit Shah paid tributes to the force's personnel killed in the line of duty and put a garland around an urn containing the soil from the 'Sardar Post' in Gujarat's Rann of Kutch. The urn is kept at the headquarter's entrance.
Delhi: CRPF reviews security arrangement at Congress President Sonia Gandhi's house
The CRPF reviewed the security arrangement at Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi's house on November 13 in Delhi. Special Protection Gr...
Congress gives notice of adjournment motion in LS over withdrawal of SPG cover of Gandhis
On Monday, the first day of the Winter Session, Congress leader in Lok Sabha Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury had raised the issue of SPG security, saying the move to withdraw the cover of party chief Sonia Gandhi and former president Rahul Gandhi was "arbitrary".
Terrorists fire upon bullet-proof bunker of CRPF in Pulwama
At least six to eight bullets were fired by the terrorists at the CRPF post when the personnel were deployed on law and order duty in the area, officials said. The firing took place near a school where class 10 board examinations were underway.
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