Coronavirus Outbreak: From keeping peace to sanitising public spaces, Central Armed Police Forces form backbone of lockdown
Along with the mammoth task of keeping about 135 crore population inside their homes, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) are also exposed to the virus on a daily basis, as there have been cases reported from various states.
Coronavirus Outbreak: CRPF field offices to set up 24x7 helplines, QRTs to assist families of troops deployed away from home
The 23 sectors of the force have been asked to establish and publicise a standalone landline connection and a WhatsApp-enabled mobile number to be manned round-the-clock by a sub-officer
Year after Pulwama attack, with five conspirators and executers killed, NIA's painstaking probe nearly reaches dead end
The NIA probe into last year's Pulwama terror strike that left 40 CRPF personnel dead has virtually reached a dead end.
BJP, Opposition spar on Pulwama attack anniversary as Rahul Gandhi, Md Salim question delay in probe
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday triggered a political storm on the anniversary of Pulwama attack that killed 40 Central Reserve Police Force Personnel
One year of Pulwama: Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh pay tribute to CRPF soldiers, condemn 'dastardly' terror attack
Following the Pulwama attack, India had launched extensive diplomatic efforts to get JeM chief Masood Azhar designated as a global terrorist, which finally became a reality on 1 May, 2019
Year on from Pulwama terror attack, memorial for 40 CRPF jawans to be inaugurated in Jammu and Kashmir's Lethpora camp
The memorial for soldiers killed in Pulwama attack has been set up inside a CRPF camp adjacent to the place where JeM terrorist Adeel Ahmed Dar, driving an explosive-laden car, blew himself next to a convoy of security forces.
Two CRPF commandos, one Naxal killed in encounter at Chhattisgarh's Bijapur; gunfight occurred after forces busted Maoist camp
On Monday morning, a patrolling team busted a Maoist camp near Irapalli and was advancing through the area when it came under fire from Naxals.
Centre to withdraw NSG commandos from VIP protection; focus on anti-terrorism operations, training will help strengthen chinks in armour
Two decades since the 'Black Cats' — National Security Guard (NSG) commandos — were enlisted for VIP protection duties, the Centre on Monday decided to completely withdraw the elite counter-terror force from the task, and direct the personnel into the counter-terrorism and anti-hijack operations the force had been originally conceptualised to tackle.
'Common people's safety more important': Priyanka Gandhi downplays alleged security breach on UP visit; CRPF alleges Congress leader violated protocol
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra downplayed the row over the alleged security breach by CRPF personnel on a four-day visit to Uttar Pradesh, and slammed the Yogi Adityanath government and state police for "illegal" investigations into citizens protesting against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Former J&K governor advisor, K Vijay Kumar appointed senior security advisor in MHA; 67-year-old to be in position for one year from date of taking charge
1975-batch officer of the Indian Police Service will 'advise the ministry on security-related matters', said the order
Amit Shah directs CRPF to undertake 'effective, decisive action' against Urban Naxals, terrorists operating in Jammu and Kashmir
Amit Shah directed the CRPF to undertake 'effective and decisive action; against urban Naxals as well as terrorists operating in Jammu and Kashmir as he made his maiden visit to the headquarters of the paramilitary force
Grenade attack injures twenty in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore, say police; second such assault in three days
Six civilians were injured on Monday when terrorists lobbed a grenade at a bus stand in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore town, police said.
Militants hurled a grenade at a CRPF team, injuring six personnel, in the Karan Nagar area of Srinagar on Saturday, police said
Senior CRPF official says ration money allowance stopped due to delay in govt sanctioning Rs 800 crore
A delay in government sanction of additional funds of Rs 800 crore for the CRPF has prompted the paramilitary force to order stopping the ration money allowance.
Month after abrogation of Article 370, 10 Union ministries join hands for development of Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh
Around 10 Union ministries joined hands to speed up development work in Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh
CRPF jawans in Kashmir say 'precaution is better than cure'; officers claim round-the-clock deployment helped 'localise' stone-pelting incidents
Thousands of CRPF personnel and other forces have been deployed in Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir since 5 August. Purushottam Kumar, an assistant sub-inspector of the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), a force placed at the disposal of the CRPF, is posted near downtown Srinagar's Sekidafar area.
Ajit Doval visits Anantnag ahead of Eid, interacts with locals, livestock traders as part of 'confidence building measure' in J&K
National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Saturday visited Anantnag in south Kashmir and interacted with cattle traders and locals ahead of Eid.
Central government allots Rs 2.1 crore to CRPF to install over 500 sanitary pad dispensers for women in combat
The government sanctioned funds to the country's largest paramilitary force CRPF to procure and install over 500 sanitary pad dispensers and incinerators.
Amarnath Yatra resumes services after day-long suspension; fresh batch of pilgrims leave from Jammu via Baltal base camp
After remaining suspended on Monday due to law and order reasons, the Amarnath Yatra resumes as pilgrims were allowed to move on Tuesday