Over 50,000 central paramilitary personnel for J&K polls

Over 50,000 personnel of central paramilitary forces will assist the Jammu and Kashmir police in ensuring free and fair polling during the upcoming Assembly elections.

Govt to sanction 12 battalions to ITBP for China border duties

Government is set to clear a proposal to raise a dozen battalions and induct close to 12,000 fresh personnel in the Indo-China border guarding force ITBP to bolster the force's presence along this strategic frontier.

PM Narendra Modi lauds ITBP on raising day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday paid tributes to ITBP personnel on the raising day of the force and saluted them for their bravery.

ITBP honours families of its personnel killed in Uttarakhand rains

The Indo-Tibetan Border Police force on Saturday honoured families and widows of those personnel who were killed in a tragic air crash during rescue operation in last year's Uttarakhand floods.

Chinese soldiers intrude 500 meters into Ladakh, put up tents on Indian soil
Chinese soldiers intrude 500 meters into Ladakh, put up tents on Indian soil

Escalating the Indo-China border tensions, Chinese troops intruded 500 meters and put up tents into Indian territory, as per reports on Sunday.

Govt may accord martyr status to paramilitary personnel

Central paramilitary forces may soon be granted the status of 'martyrs' as Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday discussed the issue threadbare during his visit to the headquarters of border-guarding ITBP here.

Zee News initiates nationwide tree plantation drive with ITBP in Bhopal

Hundreds of people from different walks of life will be planting trees across the country under the 5th Edition of ‘My Earth My Duty Campaign’ (MEMD) undertaken by Zee Media Corporation.

Zee News initiates nationwide tree plantation drive with security forces in Greater Noida

Hundreds of people from different walks of life will be planting trees across the country under the 5th Edition of ‘My Earth My Duty Campaign’ (MEMD) undertaken by Zee Media Corporation.

Zee Sangam, Zee News celebrated Independence Day with ITBP

To mark the occasion of 68th year of India’s Independence, Zee Sangam and Zee News undertook a special tree plantation drive in association with Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP).

Independence Day: Two ITBP officers awarded for gallantry

Sixteen Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) officials have been awarded police medals, including two for gallantry, on the eve of the Independence Day here.

ITBP losing jawans to heart attacks; issues good food orders

Country`s first line of defence along the China border - the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force - has a new `enemy` in sight in the form of heart attack deaths which has claimed lives of dozens of its jawans in the recent past.

Heatwave claims seven lives in Punjab

At least seven people, including two ITBP personnel, died due to heatwave in parts of Punjab.

Arunachal BJP lauds PM Narendra Modi`s border move

The BJP in Arunachal Pradesh today lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for bold and people`s friendly policy to strengthen the Sino-Indian border by fast tracking the road along the border and establishing 50 new ITBP Posts.

India to double troop numbers at China border

A report claimed on Tuesday that the Central government has decided to almost double the number of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel deployed on the Indo-China border.

Govt to go in for 54 new ITBP border posts in Arunachal

In a major step to fortify defences along the China border, over 50 new border posts are being planned for the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) force in the north eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh.

ITBP staffer run over by truck

A 55-year-old Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) staffer was mowed down by a truck here early on Monday morning, police said.

Govt committed to provide best facilities to forces: PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday said the government is committed to providing the best possible facilities to the Central Armed Police Forces personnel who are serving the nation in very adverse conditions, risking their lives.

ITBP Jawan arrested on rape charge

A jawan of the Indo Tibetan Police (ITBP) was arrested for allegedly raping a college student, police said today.

MHA issues new directives for harassment complaints in forces

Union Home Ministry has issued a set of new directives to paramilitary forces for getting regular monthly updates on sexual harrasment cases in their formations nationwide.

AVP demands army to replace ITBP on Indo-China border

A delegation of Arunachal Pradesh Vikas Parishad met Defence Minister A K Antony in New Delhi to demand deployment of Army on the Sino-India border replacing ITBP force, which guards the frontier with China.