During 51st DG-level talks between the BSF and BGB, the two forces signed a Joint Accord of Discussion and decided to increase coordinated night patrolling to prevent illegal activities
India-Bangladesh border talks to be held outside Delhi for first time, border crimes likely to be key agenda
While the BSF is expected to take up the issue of joint border security management and steps to curb cross-border crimes, the BGB is expected to take up issues related to the killing of Bangladeshi people along the front
Concerns over border killings understandable, but Dhaka misses mark by turning face from menace of cattle smuggling
While Dhaka's distress at the reports of cattle smugglers being lynched or killed in shootouts with the BSF is understandable, it does itself no favours by ignoring the magnitude of the challenge the force is up against or the menace of cattle smuggling launched from its borders.
445 Bangladeshi nationals caught returning from India in last two months since publication of Assam NRC, says BGB chief
Bangladesh's paramilitary force chief said on Thursday that a total of 445 Bangladeshi nationals returned from India in last two months following the publication of the National Register of Citizens (NRC)
BSF lodges FIR against BGB over killing of its soldier along India-Bangladesh border in Bengal's Murshidabad
BGB had opened fire on BSF party, killing one constable, injuring another when they were trying to trace Indian fisherman along India-Bangladesh border in West Bengal
BSF jawan killed, another injured after Bangladeshi guard fires AK-47 during flag meet at West Bengal's international border
BGB jawan identified as Sayed fired from behind when the six-member BSF party started to return back on their motor-boat
Cross-border smuggling cannot be stopped completely at India-Bangladesh boundary, says Bangla border force
Bangladesh's border force has said that cross-border smuggling cannot be stopped completely at the India-Bangladesh frontier and sought greater cooperation from the BSF to tackle the menace.
30 Rohingya Muslims held on bus from Agartala to Guwahati; 31 others stuck near Bangladesh border handed over to Tripura Police
Thirty Rohingya Muslims, including 12 children, were held along the Tripura-Assam border on their way to Guwahati from Agartala in a bus as BSF handed over 31 others who were holed up in Bangladesh border, to Tripura Police.
An Indian farmer who was kidnapped by Bangladeshi nationals after one of their citizens was arrested by the BSF has been rescued, police said on Friday.
Arms and drug smuggling, terrorism, circulation of fake currency notes and border crimes are among the issues to be discussed when border guards of India and Bangladesh meeting 17 November, an official said on Monday.