ITBP reveals details of Galwan Valley clash; says its troops 'fought the whole night' with Chinese in Ladakh
In its first official account of the standoff between the two militaries, the ITBP revealed how its troops 'not only effectively used shields to protect themselves but also responded fiercely to the advancing PLA'
The 19-year-old man, who allegedly sexually assaulted the 14-year-old girl, was arrested along with one of his associates, the police said
BSF had ordered that personnel weighing over 105 kg be posted out to hard areas. There are about two dozen such personnel in this category.
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.
From surveillance cameras along LAC to fistfights, Ladakhis, retired soldiers say China's aggression has been building up for years
Many analysts say that China’s actions in Ladakh mirror the more assertive approach it has taken across Asia, especially in the South China Sea.
Delhi LG inaugurates 10,000-bed Sardar Patel COVID care centre, says will play 'crucial role' against pandemic
More than 1,000 doctors, nurses and paramedics of the ITBP and other Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), and another 1,000 paramedics, assistants and security staff have been deployed at the facility in Delhi for its smooth operation.
Narendra Modi in Leh with CDS Gen Bipin Rawat, army chief Gen MM Naravane; PM gets briefing, to meet troops
Narendra Modi reached Ladakh early in the morning and is being given a joint briefing by the Indian Army, Indian Air Force and the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) at one of the forward locations in Nimu
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.
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The order of de-listing 1,000 products from the police canteens, which was issued on 29 May, has been withdrawn
Over 450 Indians evacuated from coronavirus-hit Iran, Italy, quarantined at facilities at Delhi, Jaisalmer
Over 450 Indians, including students, stranded in coronavirus-hit Iran and Italy were brought back by two flights on Sunday and were quarantined at separate facilities, according to officials.
Centre directs CAPFs to prepare 5,400-bed quarantine facilities, 75 isolation wards at 37 locations as coronavirus cases rise to 43
The government has directed the Central Armed Police Forces to prepare quarantine facilities with a bed capacity to admit over 5,400 people to deal with cases of coronavirus
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
Coronavirus outbreak: 104 kept at ITBP’s Delhi facility under quarantine test negative, reports for 300 people awaited
A total of 104 people kept at an ITBP facility have tested negative for the novel coronavirus, while results for over 300 inmates are awaited, a force spokesperson said
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
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.
ITBP constable dead after fatally shooting five colleagues in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur; two injured
One of the injured personnel succumbed to his injuries later, while Rahman was also killed in the incident, he said
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.
Security across Jammu region beefed up; additional paramilitary forces deployed in Poonch, Rajouri districts
Security across the Jammu region has been beefed up with the additional deployment of paramilitary forces in the twin border districts of Poonch and Rajouri.
ITBP releases video showing ‘last moments’ of eight mountaineers killed while climbing Nanda Devi east peak
The ITBP on Monday released a video clip showing the 'last moments' of the eight mountaineers killed on way to the Nanda Devi East Peak peak in Uttarakhand in May
Direct recruits in CAPFs set for huge career boost after govt ends domination of IPS cadres in top posts of paramilitary forces
The government on Thursday paved way for promotion of Cadre Officers of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) or paramilitary forces to important positions, which were till now restricted only to IPS officers