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Uttarakhand: Two ITBP personnel killed as bus falls into gorge

The bus was going from Pithoragarh's Munsiyari town to Merthi, when the accident happened 28 kilometres from Munsiyari, Pithoragarh Superintendent of Police (SP) Ajay Joshi said.

Honour for NDRF, ITBP men who died in U’khand rescue

IAF men had received medals and our husbands who died in exactly same chopper crash were not given any recognition.

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India set to install cameras along border with China

A senior official said the cameras would provide live-feed in a range of 20-25 km, and plans are afoot to live stream the footage at the Delhi headquarters.

Ready to retreat but only if Chinese troops do: India

Chumar, where the Indian security forces are at an advantageous position, has seen the worst stand-off in the past four days.

Herat: Militants went unnoticed as no CCTV cameras on road

DG ITBP Subhash Goswami, who visited Afghanistan after the attack, said they would recommend President’s Police Medal for Gallantry for the five jawans who thwarted the attack.

Will change paramilitary uniform,says Shinde

Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde,himself a former Sub-Inspector,does not like the present uniform of paramilitary forces and said he intends to change it so as to make it more attractive to the youth.

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Rajnath demands Centre's explanation on border defence pact with China

As per pact India will create any infrastructure for defence purpose on the India-China border.

Budget focuses on women safety, creating infra in Naxal states

In the Interim Budget presented on Monday, the agency has been allocated Rs 520.56 crore as compared to Rs 443.97 crore in the last fiscal, marking an increase of 17.2 per cent.

Over 47,000 central paramilitary personnel quit in 3 yrs

The highest attrition rate was seen in the CRPF and BSF. It was also higher among the lower levels.

Defying the Maoists,Chhattisgarh votes with its feet: 67 pc in phase one

Some tribal constituencies saw 75 pc polling as the region witnessed heaviest turnout in a decade.

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