Among other measures, red lines have been drawn at regular intervals next to AFC gates and security checking gates, just before commuters enter near the platform areas
The Home Ministry had withdrawn 10 CAPF companies in May from the region, while 72 such units were told to return in December last year
The incident is understood to have taken place when Kanimozhi was at the Chennai international airport to take a flight to Delhi
Plane swayed violently, says survivor of Air India Express flight crash; toll rises to 18, condition of 23 serious
The crucial black box from the Boeing 737 which crashed on Friday has been recovered and is being taken to Delhi for further investigation, the Airports Authority of India said
CISF personnel won't stamp boarding passes, says BCAS; airports asked to place enough CCTV cameras to record identity of passengers
The Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), said the CISF personnel would not be stamping any passenger's boarding pass anymore during the pre-embarkation security check (PESC) at airports
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: All CISF personnel at airports to be given PPE-equipped suits after flight operations resume
The force has procured about 500 pieces and is in the process of obtaining more
Madras High Court rules working women giving birth to child after twins in first delivery not entitled to maternity benefits
The Madras High Court has ruled that if a working woman gives birth to a child in the second delivery after twins in the first, she is not entitled to maternity benefits as it should be treated as the third child.
Video showing group of people chanting ‘goli maaro…’ slogans at Delhi's Rajiv Chowk metro station goes viral; police detain six
Pro-Citizenship Amendment Act sloganeering and incendiary chants of 'shoot the traitors' were made inside a train on Delhi Metro's Blue Line and also at the Rajiv Chowk metro station
Miffed over inordinate delays in critical projects, ITBP chief advises CPWD to 'learn from China', respect deadlines
ITBP project at Kimin in Arunachal Pradesh is delayed by 32 months while at 20th battalion at Aalo in West Siang district, the construction of the barrack is delayed by 27 months.
Unattended bag creates bomb scare at Karnataka's Mangaluru airport; CISF cordons off area, police to check CCTV footage
An unattended bag near ticket counters of the Mangaluru airport in Karnataka created a bomb scare on Monday. The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which is maintaining the security of the airport, cordoned off the area
Visva Bharati University likely to drop plan to deploy CISF on campus after audit shows costs are 4 times the varsity’s security budget
Visva Bharati University, which had sought CISF deployment on its campus citing security concerns, is likely to drop the plan as the cost for the paramilitary force deployment is too high for the varsity's budget for security
Accidents, suicides claim 2,200 CAPF personnel between 2014 to 2018, shows National Crime Records Bureau data
As many as 2,200 Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) personnel died in accidents and suicides in a span of five years from 2014 to 2018, with the annual figures of such casualties coming down in recent years
Supreme Court asks Centre to consider deploying CISF cadre in courts to curb incidents of violence after Tis Hazari clash
The Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to look into the possibility of deploying a separate cadre of CISF in certain courts to check unruly incidents of violence.
ITBP constable dies after fatally shooting five colleagues: Stress, tough work conditions take toll on mental health of security personnel
Official data does indicate that fratricides among security forces constitute a serious problem.
'Don't do drama': CISF misbehaves with wheelchair-bound woman at Delhi airport, repeatedly asks disability rights activist to stand
A wheelchair-bound woman on Tuesday alleged that she was asked to stand up by a lady CISF official at the Delhi airport.
32-yr-old Gujarat man poses as octogenarian to catch New York flight, apprehended by CISF at Delhi airport; probe on
Jayesh Patel, a resident of Ahmedabad, coloured his hair and beard white, arrived on a wheelchair to board a flight to New York
Three held at Delhi’s IGI Airport for trying to smuggle micro SD cards worth crores of rupees; probe by Customs officials underway
Three people have been apprehended by CISF personnel at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) for allegedly trying to smuggle in about a lakh micro-SD cards worth a few crores without paying customs duty, officials said on Wednesday
Independence Day: Delhi Metro parking lots to remain shut and other increased security measures taken at railway stations
Ahead of Independence Day, security arrangements have been beefed up by Indian Railways and metro rail stations across the country.
DMRC expects the commuters to follow the civic behaviour rules set by it, violation of which may lead to penalty or imprisonment.