Coronavirus Outbreak: Number of cases in Central police forces rises to 7,059 with 242 new patients today
The maximum cases at 2,229 has been recorded in the CRPF, the country's largest paramilitary force that comprises about 325,000 personnel.
Months after revoking SPG protection, Centre tells Priyanka Gandhi to vacate Lutyens Delhi bungalow by 1 August
According to an order issued by the Union Housing and Urban Affairs Ministry, Priyanka was asked to vacate her bungalow on or before 1 August failing which "it will attract damage charges/penal rent as per rules".
CRPF jawan, minor boy killed in militant attack in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag; security forces cordon area to nab assailants
The militants fired upon a road opening party of the CRPF 90 battalion near Padshahi Bagh bridge in the Bijbehara area of the south Kashmir district around 12 noon, a police official said
CRPF withdraws order de-listing over 1,000 imported goods at paramilitary canteens after companies assert listed products are made in India
The order of de-listing 1,000 products from the police canteens, which was issued on 29 May, has been withdrawn
Security forces avert vehicle-borne IED blast in J&K's Pulwama; bomb disposal squad defuse explosive device
A vehicle-borne IED blast was averted as security forces detected a car fitted with explosives in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, police said.
Coronavirus Outbreak: CRPF headquarters in Delhi sealed after personal secretary of senior officer tests positive
The headquarters of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has been sealed after a personal staff of a senior officer tested positive for novel coronavirus
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.
Three CRPF personnel killed, three injured in Jammu and Kashmir's Sopore after terrorists open fire at checkpost
The terrorists fired at a checkpost that was jointly being manned by troops of CRPF's 179th battalion and the Jammu and Kashmir Police, officials said.
CRPF Valour Day 2020: Narendra Modi, Ram Nath Kovind pay tributes to martyrs, commemorate victory at Rann of Kutch in 1965
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the sacrifices of the brave CRPF martyrs will never be forgotten.
Delhi: CRPF DG screened for coronavirus after chief medical officer tests positive, 20 senior officers placed under quarantine
With the Chief Medical Officer of CRPF testing positive for coronavirus, DG CRPF AP Maheshwari has given his sample for COVID-19 testing, while 20 senior officers have been placed under home quarantine
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
Sukma attack: Chhattisgarh Police under scanner for failing to train tribal recruits properly, possible leakage of operational details
In this joint operation, none of the slain or injured belonged to CoBRA battalion, as the CRPF headquarters clarified.
NIA arrests Kashmiri father and daughter in connection with Pulwama attack that killed 40 CRPF personnel
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Tuesday arrested a man and his daughter in connection with last year's barbaric terror attack, in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed
Bhupesh Baghel writes to Narendra Modi over ‘politically motivated’ I-T raids in Chhattisgarh, says action is affont to cooperative federalism
Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel on Monday wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the ongoing "politically motivated" raids in parts of the state by the Income Tax department, terming the action as an affront to the idea of cooperative federalism.
Days after Pulwama terror attack anniversary, accused gets bail after NIA fails to file chargesheet in time
In a major emabarassment for the National Investigation Agency, which is probing the 2019 Pulwama attack on a convoy of CRPF personnel, an accused in the terror attack case was granted default bail after the central agency failed to file chargesheet in the prescribed statutory period of 180 days
SN Shrivastava appointed as Special Commissioner (Law and Order) of Delhi Police: 1985 IPS batch officer served as Special DG of CRPF in Kashmir
Amid violence in Delhi, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi appointed IPS officer SN Shrivastava as Special Commissioner (Law and Order)
Maoists blow up empty school building in Bihar's Gaya, leave behind pamphlets against CAA, NRC and NPR, say police
Suspected Maoist rebels blew up a school building in Bihar's Gaya district and left behind pamphlets denouncing the CAA, NPR, NRC and the 'fascist BJP government'
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.
From Kashmir to Red Corridor, a massively stressed CRPF remains backbone of India's internal security
From fighting terrorists in Kashmir to guarding VIPs, performing riot control and poll duty, the Central Reserve Police Force performs a range of functions in addition to its two most important duties: guarding the country’s borders and dealing with its internal security.
'Who benefitted from Pulwama?': Rahul Gandhi should introspect on Delhi polls, slinging conspiracies won't revive Congress' fortunes
Rahul Gandhi should be mindful of the fact that even if the national mood changed in favour of Narendra Modi after the Pulwama attack, it was because the prime minister took the bold decisions of conducting surgical strike and airstrike inside Pakistan