BDR

List of rebel camps handed over to BDR: BSF DG

The DG said, BSF would shoot less lethal weaponry like
shot guns used for killing birds to injure the infiltrators
into Indian territory instead of killing them.

BDR obstructs survey of disputed border with India

Around 20 Bangladesh Rifles personnel entered India and allegedly prevented a joint team of survey officials from carrying out an exercise of
verification of the disputed Indo-Bangla border stretches.

BDR to complete trial of `ordinary mutineers` in nine months

Bangladesh is expected to complete in nine months time the trial of the over 4,000 "ordinary mutineers" charged in the 2009 BDR rebellion, with the paramilitary force set to hold additional special courts for the purpose.

Bangladeshi killed, BSF wants BDR to check infiltration

A Bangladeshi national has been
killed after entering India at Khaliang in Meghalaya prompting
the BSF today to state that the Bangladesh Rifles was not
checking infiltration into this side.

Meghalaya moves Centre for adequate security

In the wake of simmering tension following a firing by BDR on Tuesday, the Meghalaya government has dashed off a letter to Home Minister P Chidambaram urging Centre`s intervention in providing adequate security.

BSF, BDR trade fire along Meghalaya border

BSF and Bangladesh Rifles
exchanged fire at four places in Meghalaya along the Indo-
Bangla border today, escalating tension along the
international boundary.

BSF, BDR trade fire along Meghalaya border

BSF and Bangladesh Rifles
exchanged fire at four places in Meghalaya along the Indo-
Bangla border on Tuesday, escalating tension along the
international boundary.

Dhaka hands over NDFB chief to India

Ranjan Daimary, chief of the outlawed NDFB, is wanted in India for ordering bomb attacks.

Bangla BDR: Trial against 256 mutineers begins

The trial against 256 mutineers of
hospital unit of BDR, who allegedly took part in the revolt
last year in which 57 Army officers were killed began here on Wednesday by a special court.

BDR was destroyed under `premeditated plot`: Zia

Bangladesh opposition leader Khaleda
Zia Sunday charged that the BDR carnage was a "premeditated
conspiracy" to turn the country`s borders vulnerable.

Bangladesh appoints new chief to mutiny-hit BDR

Bangladesh on Thursday appointed Major
General Rafiqul Islam as the new chief of mutiny-hit
paramilitary force Bangladesh Rifles (BDR.

Jail terms for 29 BDR guards for role in Bangladesh mutiny

A special court in Bangladesh on Wednesday
handed jail terms to 29 border guards for their role in the
bloody mutiny last year that killed 57 army officers,
including BDR chief Major General Shakil Ahmed.

BSF asks BDR not to violate status quo

BSF on Friday asked BDR not to violate
the status quo along the international border, a day after
Bangladeshis brought in trucks into the Indian territory at
Pyrdiwah, close to Muktapur.

Some Bangladeshi border guards attempting land grab: BSF

A section of "overenthusiastic Bangladeshi border guards" are attempting to create trouble along the frontier by grabbing Indian territory, a Border Security Force (BSF) officer said here Monday.

BDR fires again in Meghalaya

BDR personnel fired again at
Muktapur along the Meghalaya-Bangladesh border, the fourth
time in less than six weeks, re-igniting tension in the area.

BSF, BDR agree to increase mutual cooperation

Border guarding forces of India
and Bangladesh on Thursday agreed to increase mutual cooperation in
restricting the cross-border movement of "criminals" while
ensuring that innocent people are not killed on the frontier.

BDR posts red flag in disputed area on Indo-Bangla border

BDR personnel posted a red flag
in a disputed area adversely held by India in Meghalaya`s
Jaintia Hills district, days after the border guards of
Bangladesh resorted to unprovoked firing thrice in that area.

Govt assures relief for villagers affected by BDR firing

The Meghalaya government today
assured relief and rehabilitation for villagers displaced
following repeated exchange of fire between the BSF and the
Bangladesh Rifles along the border.

Bangladesh cabinet approves proposed reconstruction of BDR

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina`s Cabinet on Monday approved "in principle" the total reconstitution of the Bangladesh Rifles under a draft law which seeks to set death penalty for mutiny by the personnel of the paramilitary force.

BDR, BSF personnel exchange fire; no casualty

Discarding a status quo agreement,
personnel of the Bangladesh Rifles on Sunday opened fire on Indian
villagers, prompting the BSF to retaliate at three places
along the international border in Meghalaya, but, there was no
report of any casualty.