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Face off on between Indian Army and PLA on LAC over irrigation canal in Demchok

Updated : Nov 03, 2016

By : PTI

Category : World

Face off on between Indian Army and PLA on LAC over irrigation canal in Demchok

The area had witnessed a similar incident in 2014 after it was decided to construct a small irrigation canal at Nilung Nalla under the MNREGA scheme which had been a sore point with the Chinese. #NewsTracker #Indian Army #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #People's Liberation Army #Line of Actual Control #Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act #MNREGA scheme
Infrastructure along India-China border being enhanced at

Updated : Oct 24, 2016

By : PTI

Category : India

Infrastructure along India-China border being enhanced at "galloping pace": ITBP DG

Asserting that enhancement of border infrastructure along China is a "thrust area", the ITBP chief said on Monday that it is being done at a "galloping pace" by having new border posts, vehicles, weaponry and surveillance gadgets. #China #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Greater Noida #ITBP #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #Sino-India #Line of Actual Control
Assam Rifles not being withdrawn from Myanmar border

Updated : Mar 22, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

Assam Rifles not being withdrawn from Myanmar border

Home Minister Rajnath Singh has ruled out the withdrawal of Assam Rifles from the Indo-Myanmar border, saying no such decision has been taken yet #TheySaidIt #Border Security Force #Assam Rifles #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #India-Myanmar border
Govt planning to withdraw BSF from LoC, might deploy to secure Indo-Pak international border

Updated : Mar 15, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

Govt planning to withdraw BSF from LoC, might deploy to secure Indo-Pak international border

Government is mulling a proposal to "thin out" presence of BSF personnel on the Line of Control (LoC) in Jammu and Kashmir and deploy them along the International Border (IB) in Punjab and Jammu regions in the wake of the Pathankot airbase terrorist attack. #India #NewsTracker #BSF #LoC #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #Ajit Doval #Pathankot attack #Pathankot terror attack #India-Pakistan International Border
Chinese troops entered almost 6 km inside Indian territory this week

Updated : Mar 11, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : World

Chinese troops entered almost 6 km inside Indian territory this week

New Delhi/Leh: In a fresh transgression in Ladakh sector, Chinese PLA troops entered almost 6 km deep inside Indian territory near the scenic Pangong lake area this week leading to a stand-off between security personnel of the two sides, according to security sources. #NewsTracker #Ladakh #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #Chinese Public Liberation Army
ITBP's first 500-strong 'mahila' squad to be posted to China border in March

Updated : Jan 18, 2016

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

ITBP's first 500-strong 'mahila' squad to be posted to China border in March

A freshly-trained contingent of 500 women personnel — which will be the first 'mahila' squad to be deployed in high-altitude posts along the India-China border — was commissioned into the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in Panchkula on 15 January. #China #ChangeAgent #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #China border #Shareworthy #Mana pass #Mahila squad
'We saw them with our own eyes': Pak Army officers attacked Indian consulate, say Afghan police

Updated : Jan 13, 2016

By : FP Staff

Category : World

'We saw them with our own eyes': Pak Army officers attacked Indian consulate, say Afghan police

The standoff ended on the night of 4 January after the attackers who entered the building opposite the Indian Consulate were killed. #Terrorism #NewsTracker #Pakistan Army #Mazar-E-Sharif #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #Indian consulate
On the eve of Bihar polls, Maoist belt turns into war zone

Updated : Oct 12, 2015

By : Debobrat Ghose

Category : India

On the eve of Bihar polls, Maoist belt turns into war zone

Khaki, olive green and black – these are the dominant colours in the landscape of south and central Bihar ahead of the polls. On the eve of the first phase of polling the entire Maoist belt – ‘The Red Corridor’ from Banka to Kaimur - has virtually turned into a war zone with the presence of contingents of the state police, and Central Armed Para-military Forces (CAPFs). #NewsTracker #CRPF #News #BSF #ITBP #RAF #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #Gaya #security-forces #Bihar Assembly Election 2015 #Red corridor #Maoist belt
Work being expedited on improving connectivity, communication along China border, says Rajnath

Updated : Sep 21, 2015

By : hidden hidden

Category : India

Work being expedited on improving connectivity, communication along China border, says Rajnath

Work is being expedited on improving surface connectivity and communication along the Line of Actual Control (LAC) with China, with 1,425 kms of road length being taken up, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday while acknowledging problems on these aspects. #India #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Leh #LAC #Ladakh #Jammu #Indo-Tibetan Border Police #border issues #Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh