CENTRAL INDUSTRIAL SECURITY FORCE
Ministry to clear airports’ dues to CISF in 3 years
“Dues will be cleared with increased passenger services fee (PSF) that we have announced to hike,” a senior aviation ministry official said.
Bengaluru airport receives threat call, Air Asia plane cordoned off
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Central forces to jointly monitor Srinagar airport
Last year, the Union home ministry had ordered CISF to take over the security at Srinagar ...
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.
CAPFs asks government for new assessment system to 'weed out' unfit personnel
The recommendation was made after the Union Home Ministry recently held a meeting with all the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) at the North Block in Delhi.
Enough is enough, we cannot keep suffering till eternity: PM
The Prime Minister said that the role of security forces like the CISF becomes very significant when the country faces a hostile neighbour.
Heavy troop deployment on border weighs on poll security
EC to get about 10% less security forces; so poll period stretched by 3 days, phases increased for assembly elections.
Government warns employees of 'consequences' if they go on strike on March 13
The ministry has also sought a report from all divisional heads in case employees go on strike.
Increase PSF on domestic air travellers by Rs 20 to clear CISF dues, says govt panel
The force has deployed about 35,000 personnel to guard these airports as part of its Aviation Security Group (ASG).
Government issues alert to enhance security at all airports
The BCAS issued the alert and marked it to senior police officials of all states, in-charges of security at all airlines and airports, and officers of the CISF.
MHA orders data analysis to fix retirement age anomaly of CAPFs
A meeting was held in the ministry on the subject on February 27 in the wake of a Delhi High Court order that called the current policy of different age of superannuation in the four forces as "discriminatory and unconstitutional" which created two classes in these uniformed forces.
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Government announces free air travel for paramilitary forces to Kashmir
The Ministry of Home Affairs issued an order saying it "has approved the entitlement of air travel on Delhi-Srinagar, Srinagar-Delhi, Jammu-Srinagar and Srinagar-Jammu sectors to all the personnel of the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs)".
Paramilitary forces will get sleeping bags to fight cold
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) last year gave its approval for procurement of the bags for troops who are posted below these altitudes as well.
316 paramilitary personnel killed between 2014-18: Government
During the Question Hour, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said 61 paramilitary personnel were killed in 2018, 70 in 2017, 71 in 2016, 43 in 2015 and 71 in 2014.
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