Govt allows women to be combat officers in all Central Police Forces

Govt allows women to be combat officers in all Central Police Forces

After declaring reservation for women in constabulary in paramilitary forces, they can now also be inducted as officers in combat roles in all five Central Armed Police Forces.

Naxals blow up block office in Bihar following bandh call

 The Naxalites, who have called for a 48-hour bandh in Bihar and Jharkhand, blew up a block office in Jamui district on Monday morning.

If I can achieve this much, nothing is impossible for woman of India: Archana Ramasundram

If I can achieve this much, nothing is impossible for woman of India: Archana Ramasundram

The 58-year-old is the first woman to head a paramilitary force. 

IPS officer Archana Ramasundram - First woman to head paramilitary force

Senior IPS officer Archana Ramasundram is currently the Director of National Crime Records Bureau.

Naxal carrying reward of Rs 30 lakh killed in Bihar

Chirag Da was the chief of the Military Wing of Poorvi Bihar and Poorvottar Jharkhand special rea committee.

Women to constitute 33 percent of constables in paramilitary

Women will soon account for 33 percent of constable-rank personnel in paramilitary CRPF and CISF and 15 percent in the border guarding forces BSF, SSB and

Use intelligence to check terror designs along Nepal, Bhutan borders: Rajnath Singh to SSB

Use intelligence to check terror designs along Nepal, Bhutan borders: Rajnath Singh to SSB

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday asked the troops of border guarding force SSB to sharpen their snooping skills.

Send back Indian envoy: Two Nepal lawmakers demand in Parliament

Blaming India for the over 100-day blockade of the key border trade points and interfering in Nepal's internal affairs, two Leftist lawmakers on Tuesday obstructed Parliament session demanding that Indian envoy should be sent back.

Nepal asks India to probe shooting of four Nepalese by SSB

Nepal on Thursday demanded an early probe into the alleged shooting of four of its unarmed civilians by India's Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel, seeking strong action against those involved in the incident and restrain from such actions in future.

Nepal 'shifting' blame for its atrocities to SSB: India

India on Wednesday hit out at Nepal for "shifting" blame of atrocities inside its "volatile" Sunsari district to Sashastra Seema Bal.

Nepal to seek details on shooting, SSB says smugglers on Indian soil

Four Nepalese nationals on Wednesday sustained injuries after being allegedly shot by Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) personnel in southern Nepal near the border with India.

SSB cancels Diwali leave of officers along Nepal, Bhutan border

Border guarding force SSB has cancelled Diwali leave of its officers commanding battalions deployed along the Indo-Nepal border in view of the prevailing situation in the neighbouring country and the declaration of poll results in Bihar.

OROP: Retired paramilitary personnel begin stir at Jantar Mantar

Retired personnel of various paramilitary forces on Monday began a three-day 'dharna' here demanding one rank one pension (OROP) benefits and other privileges under the ex-servicemen category.

Nepalese cops cross border to take shelter in SSB posts during protests

In an unprecedented incident, over three dozen armed Nepalese police personnel crossed the border and took shelter in frontier posts of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) when Nepal witnessed sporadic incidents of violence and attacks on the men in uniform recently.

Vigil stepped up along India-Nepal border ahead of Independence Day

Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) has stepped up vigil along the India-Nepal border in the wake of the Independence Day.

Indian Army finds cow bombs near border, Maoists hand suspected?

Indian Army finds cow bombs near border, Maoists hand suspected?

Excitement was high in the Nayabasti area of Naxalbari, Maoists hot-bed, where 100 cows were held near the border by the jawans of Indian Army after they saw stitches on their abdomen.

Nepali national arrested with narcotics near Indo-Nepal border

A Nepali national was arrested in Thuthibari area near Indo-Nepal border for allegedly possessing narcotics worth Rs 59 lakh by Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), police said on Thursday.

Nepali international arrested near Indo-Nepal border

A Nepali international was arrested near the Indo-Nepal border by security forces for allegedly possessing 112 grams of smack worth over 22 lakh, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) official said on Wednesday.

Darjeeling landslides: Rescue operations nearing end

Rescue operations in landslide-hit Darjeeling hills in West Bengal may be over in another two-three days, an official said here on Tuesday.

Darjeeling landslides toll rises to 40; 16 persons missing

With the recovery of two more bodies, the toll in landslide-battered Darjeeling district has risen to 40 even as 16 people still missing.