Will leave no stone unturned to safeguard borders: Rajnath Singh

The government will leave no stone unturned to safeguard borders and will address all important issues related to security, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said here on Monday.

Strength of the Maoist groups is around 8,500: Govt

Government Wednesday said the cadre strength of the Maoist organisations is around 8,500 and they have forged tactical understanding with some insurgent groups in the Northeast for procuring arms and ammunition.

Sheila Dikshit ridicules BJP for changing 3 CMs in 5 years

Eyeing fourth consecutive victory in the upcoming assembly polls, Sheila Dikshit accused BJP of making "unbelievable promises" to grab power.

Congress indulging in vote-bank politics: BJP

Accusing Congress of indulging in vote-bank politics, BJP on Monday said the country`s security has become a matter of concern.

PM calls for reorientation of strategic thinking

India faces an entire spectrum of security challenges, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Thursday.

Government sets up high-level group on security

A high-level 10-member group has been constituted by the Govt for effective coordination among the agencies concerned and also identifying strategic technologies required in security-related areas.

Task force suggests security revamp

A task force on national security on Wednesday submitted its final report to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.

India faces welter of problems: RSS

The RSS
on Sunday urged the government to put in place a security
infrastructure and intelligence system.

R-Day: Security tightened across the country

A ground-to-air security
apparatus was put in place on the eve of Republic Day on Wednesday.

Govt approves 7 radar stations on Gujarat coast

The government has given approval for
setting up seven radar stations on Gujarat coast along with a
Coast Guard station at Pipavav in the state, Defence Minister
A K Antony told the Lok Sabha on Monday.

26/11 anniversary: Are we any better prepared?

India appears gravely ill-prepared to tackle any major terror attack.

26/11 anniversary: Are we any better prepared?

India appears gravely ill-prepared to tackle any major terror attack.

Not enough police to man you!

If you thought you are getting safer by the day, you might just be more than optimistic.

Not enough police to man you!

If you thought you are getting safer by the day, you might just be more than optimistic.

Govt mulling dedicated aviation security force

The government would consider a
proposal to create a dedicated Aviation Security Force (ASF)
in view of increasing terror threats to airports and other
aviation infrastructure.

Security reform and tackling neighbourhood threat

Security remains one of the most pertinent issues facing India.

Security reform and tackling neighbourhood threat

Security remains one of the most pertinent issues facing India.

ISI mole in Indian Army jailed for three years

Ritesh Kumar was arrested by Delhi Police`s Special Cell sleuths at Palam airport in 2006.

India promises games security, but concerns remain

India’s top interior security official on Monday promised tight security for October’s Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, but warned that militants could target other parts of the country.

India promises games security, but concerns remain

India’s top interior security official on Monday promised tight security for October’s Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, but warned that militants could target other parts of the country.