Govt reverses policy; allows defence forces to procure jammers

 In a sudden reversal of stand, Defence forces have been allowed by the government to procure jammers for operational use under a new policy aimed at checking random proliferation of jammers.

Women cops stay thirsty to avoid urination due to privacy, sanitation issues at work: Survey

Women cops stay thirsty to avoid urination due to privacy, sanitation issues at work: Survey

Even as the government plans to induct more women into police as part of its empowerment drive, a survey conducted among those serving has found they still grapple with lack of basic amenities like toilets, uncomfortable duty gear and want of privacy.

Nineteen Naxals held in Chhattisgarh

A muzzle loading gun, 11 iron rods, loudspeaker, wireless receiver, electric wire and other material were recovered from the Naxals.

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32-kg IED found in Gajapati dist of Odisha

 A powerful improvised explosive device (IED) planted by suspected Maoists was found in Odisha's Gajapati district, police said today.

Govt will ensure adequate field for women in police: Rajnath Singh

Acknowledging that women are deprived from getting their due representation in various fields, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday said his government will ensure that females get "sufficient" identity in country's police forces and are provided better facilities.

Suspected militants make failed attempt to target CRPF bunker in J&K

Suspected militants on Thursday made a failed attempt to target a CRPF bunker in Safakadal area of the city by firing a rifle grenade but no one was hurt in the

200 militants active in Kashmir, 1/3 are foreigners: CRPF

 Around 200 militants are active in Kashmir, out of which one-third are foreigners, but the forces were taking "due care" of the incidents of violence, CRPF said today, while maintaining that there was significant improvement in the situation.

Hardcore Naxal arrested in Chhattisgarh

A hardcore Naxal, carrying a bounty of Rs 5 lakh on his head, was arrested from the insurgency-hit Bastar district of Chhattisgarh and a weapon and explosives were recovered from his possession, police said on Monday.

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CRPF convoy attacked in south Kashmir, 5 jawans injured

CRPF convoy attacked in south Kashmir, 5 jawans injured

The incident occurred near Bijbehara around 9 kilometres from district town of Anantnag.

CRPF recovers IED on outskirts of Srinagar

The CRPF along with team of 2RR Regiment recovered the IED at 0730 Hrs.

Maoists kill CRPF jawan in Chhattisgarh

A CRPF jawan was killed and another was injured in a Maoist attack in Sukma district on Sunday evening.

1 CRPF jawan killed, 1 injured in gunbattle with Maoists

A CRPF jawan was killed in a gun battle with naxals in Chhattisgarh's worst insurgency-hit Sukma district.

PM Modi releases book commemorating martyrs of CRPF

PM Modi releases book commemorating martyrs of CRPF

Prime Minister released "Warriors Remembered" on the occasion of the Police Commemoration Day.

Militant hideout busted, arms cache recovered in J&K

Security forces have busted a militant hideout and recovered large quantity of ammunition and explosives in Reasi district of Jammu and Kashmir.

CRPF for allowing men to keep families in area of posting

CRPF is working on a new deployment policy under which its officers and jawan, who are fighting against Naxals and militants, will be able to keep their families with them, a move that will help allay stress in hard area postings.

AIIMS organises walkathon to spread awareness on road safety

 AIIMS Trauma centre on Sunday organised a walkathon to raise awareness about road safety measures.

Naxals' writ runs in south Chhattisgarh: CRPF DG

 Maoists' writ runs in large swathes of mineral-rich south Chhattisgarh, posing the "biggest challenge" for security forces deployed for anti-Naxal operations, the chief of CRPF, the largest paramilitary force tasked with the exercise, has said.

Rajnath Singh to unveil CRPF comic on 1965 war on tomorrow

 Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will on Thursday unveil a first-time comic book brought out by the CRPF on the brave exploits of its men during the 1965 war with Pakistan at Sardar Post in Gujarat.