ITBP takes over 10,000-bed COVID-19 care centre in Delhi's Chattarpur; over 1,000 doctors to be deployed
A team of officials from the border guarding force visited the Radha Soami Beas facility and held discussions with the Delhi government and other stakeholders who will be partners in running the center.
Indo Tibetan Border Police honours 60 staffers who served at Delhi quarantine facility for coronavirus
The Indo Tibetan Border Police, on Thursday honoured its doctors, paramedics, cooks and sanitation officials who served in a special quarantine centre set up here housing 406 people suspected to have been exposed to coronavirus
Narayanpur fratricide case at ITBP camp in Chhattisgarh's Maoist-affected area shows deep-rooted frustration among jawans in paramilitary forces
Narayanpur district in Chhattisgarh that is close to Maharashtra border, is a hotbed of Left Wing Extremism
Helicopter services in Uttarakhand's flood-hit Arakot suspended following two crashes in four days, may impact relief work
District administration on Saturday announced that helicopter services were temporarily suspended in Arakot region after two helicopters crashed in the area.
Two months after Nanda Devi avalanche, bodies of 7 mountaineers brought to Uttarakhand's Munsyari by ITBP in IAF choppers
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) on Wednesday brought down the bodies of seven climbers who were hit by an avalanche in May, from Nanda Devi to Munsyari.
The eight climbers were part of a 12-member expedition to the Nanda Devi peak, but four Britons were rescued after breaking away.
ITBP DG visits Lipulekh pass ahead of Kailash Mansarovar pilgrimage, requests visitors to keep mountains clean
Director General of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), SS Deswal visited Lipulekh pass to review the arrangements and the conditions for Kailash Mansarovar Yatra. Deswal was accompanied by other officials also and they cleaned the area by collecting garbage and took it to the base for its disposal. According to the schedule this year, 18 batches will trek across the Lipulekh pass in Uttarakhand.
Nearly 300 yaks died of starvation since Dec 2018 due to heavy snowfall in North Sikkim district, says official
The North Sikkim district magistrate Raj Yadav confirmed the death of around 300 yaks due to starvation during heavy snowfall in Mukuthang and Yumthang regions since December 2018
Himachal Pradesh avalanche: Bodies of two more soldiers recovered, scheduled to be sent to respective hometowns
Naik Videsh Chand, Rifleman Arjun Kumar and four other jawans of the Jammu and Kashmir Rifles were buried under the avalanche at Shipki La near the Sino-India border on 20 February.
Himachal Pradesh avalanche: Three days after disaster, five army jawans still untraceable; search operations continue
Six jawans of the Army's 7 JAK Rifles — four from Himachal Pradesh, one each from Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir — were buried under the avalanche that occurred near the Shipki La border outpost in Himachal Pradesh's tribal Kinnaur district around 11 am on Wednesday.
Centre deploys 100 additional companies of CAPF to Jammu and Kashmir ahead of Article 370 hearing in Supreme Court
The Home Ministry on Friday issued a notification to urgently deploy additional Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) in Jammu and Kashmir, ahead of the crucial Article 370 hearing in the Supreme Court on Monday.
One jawan dead, five others trapped in avalanche on India-China border in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur; rescue ops underway
The avalanche occurred at around 11 am near Shipkala on the Sino-India border in Himachal Pradesh's Kinnaur district, where six Indian soldiers of Jammu and Kashmir Rifles unit were feared dead.
Aparna Kumar becomes first woman IPS officer to complete South Pole expedition; Rajnath Singh conveys wishes
Aparna Kumar reached the South Pole on 13 January where she unfurled the National and ITBP flags.
The vehicle was part of a Jammu-bound convoy and the accident occurred near Khuni Nallah in Ramban district around 8.45 am, a police officer said. Trees prevented the bus from falling further down in the gorge, the officer said.
Narendra Modi celebrates Diwali with army, ITBP personnel in Uttarakhand's Harsil near India-China border
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reached Harsil near the India-China border in Uttarakhand to celebrate Diwali with Army and ITBP personnel
Rajnath Singh orders fast-tracking recruitment process to fill 55,000 vacancies in paramilitary forces
The vacancies in the paramilitary forces are filled through various modes, including direct recruitment, promotion and by deputation as per the extant provisions of recruitment rules.
The government has decided to sanction a major manpower and infrastructure boost to the ITBP in the form of nine new battalions, a strategic sector headquarter on the front, a dozen patrol camps and 47 new BoPs to be raised along the China border over the next few years
Nitish Kumar requests Rajnath Singh to set up more ITBP battalions in Bihar, assures state govt's support
Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Sunday requested Union home minister Rajnath Singh to set up 1-2 more battalions of Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) in the state.
Tripura goes to polls tomorrow, with BJP set to be main challenger to Left rule in state; tight security measures in place
Tripura would go to polls on Sunday with the BJP emerging as the main challenger to the ruling Left Front, which has been in power in the state for the last 25 years.
The Border Security Force (BSF), which guards the country's volatile border with Pakistan, will raise six new battalions comprising around 7,000 personnel, official sources said on Wednesday.