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Home Minister Rajnath Singh stuck in CRPF HQ lift, pulled out through roof FnF Correspondent ,  Apr 09, 2015
Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday got stuck in a lift and later had to climb a stool to scale the wall, sending his security officials into a tizzy for some moments. .... Read News
BSF starts yoga for troops to combat stress, sleep deficiency FnF Correspondent ,  Apr 08, 2015
The force has tied up organisation 'Brahma Kumaris' for conducting 30 special workshops for its personnel based in border camps. With "sleep deprivation" due to hard duties remaining a continuous irritant for the troops of the Border Security Force (BSF), the paramilitary has launched a string of yoga classes and stress management sessions for its men and women in combat. .... Read News
President Pranab, PM Modi salutes CISF on Raising Day FnF Correspondent ,  Mar 10, 2015
The President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday saluted the 'bravery' and 'sense of duty' of CISF personnel on force's 46th Raising Day. "On 46th Raising Day of CISF, I salute the CISF personnel for their bravery and sense of duty with which they have served our nation for years, Modi tweeted. .... Read News
President's message on the 10th Raising Day of NDRF FnF Correspondent ,  Jan 18, 2015
President Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) on its 10th Raising Day. .... Read News
CRPF martyrs' uniforms found in dustbin: Centre seeks report from Chhattisgarh govt FnF Correspondent ,  Dec 04, 2014
The Union Home Ministry has sought a report from Chhattisgarh government after blood-stained uniforms and shoes of some of the CRPF personnel who were killed in the Sukma Naxal attack were on Wednesday found in a garbage bin on the hospital premises. .... Read News
Dedicated Air Support for ITBP on Indo-China border FnF Defence Correspondent ,  Dec 02, 2014
With a view to provide dedicated air support to Indo-Tibetan Border Police, the Government has accorded approval to ITBP for wet leasing of 02 Light Helicopters to meet its operational air support requirements in J&K and Uttarakhand through tendering process. The total expenditure likely to be incurred for wet leasing of 02 Helicopters is approximately Rs.40 Crore per annum. .... Read News
President sends his greetings to all ranks of the BSF on its Raising Day FnF Defence Correspondent ,  Dec 02, 2014
President Pranab Mukherjee has extended his greetings and felicitations to all ranks of the Border Security Force on its 49th Raising Day. .... Read News
Rajnath's instruction to BSF soldiers: Stop cow smuggling along Indo-Bangla border FnF Correspondent ,  Dec 01, 2014
BSF personnel should check the smuggling of cattle, especially cows, from India-Bangladesh border and clamp it down at any cost, home minister Rajnath Singh said on Monday. You (BSF) have to work on many frontiers. You have to strive to stop illegal infiltration from Bangladesh, deal with narcotics,fake currency notes being smuggled from this border. .... Read News
Terrorism is biggest challenge to civilized world: Rajnath Singh at NSG's 30th Raising Day FnF Correspondent ,  Oct 17, 2014
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said India expects all nations to unite in the fight against terrorism. Addressing the 30th Raising Day of the National Security Guard (NSG) at their Headquarters at Manesar in Gurgaon, Singh said jealous enemies of India are trying to create obstacles in this endeavour. He said terrorism today has emerged as the biggest challenge to the civilized world since the NSD was raised in the Eighties. .... Read News
Security is the first and foremost requirement for development: Rajnath Singh FnF Correspondent ,  Sep 22, 2014
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that security is the first and foremost requirement for development. Therefore our borders should always be safe and secure. The Home Minister accompanied by senior Officers of the Ministry of Home Affairs visited the Border Security Force Headquarters here today. .... Read News
Sangram's last amble down Rajpath this Republic Day Rajnish Singh ,  Jan 19, 2015
Sangram will majestically amble down Rajpath this Republic Day Jan 26. The 16-year-old camel of the Border Security Force (BSF) is set to be retired by the end of the year. For Sangram, the oldest among the BSF's camel contingent, it will be his 11th and last parade and watching him on Jan 26 will be not only Prime Minister Narendra Modi but also the chief guest, US President Barack Obama. .... Read Article
BSF camel band to enthral R-Day parade FnF Defence Correspondent ,  Jan 24, 2012
Playing bugles and trumpets in tune with the tinkling bells of their camels, the big moustachioed and royally dressed Border Security Force (BSF) troopers will ride camels that march in precision and regale spectators at the 63rd Republic Day parade. .... Read Article
Now BSF jawan commits suicide FnF Correspondent ,  Dec 21, 2010
A BSF jawan today allegedly committed suicide in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir, officials said. Head Constable Mohmmad Aslam of 94 BSF battalion, who was on guard duty at forward 430 post on the Line of Control in Balnoie belt of Poonch district, committed suicide by shooting himself with his service rifle around 0530 hours this morning, BSF sources said. .... Read Article
Paramilitary Forces of India

India is a big country and now holds a dominant position in world affair. With its large area, range and kilometers of borders, India needs specialized forces to maintain law and order in its disturbed area apart from keeping a vigil on its border. Main responsibility of protecting our country lies on the shoulders of brave soldiers of Indian Armed Forces, but the security main...ReadStory

 
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