Monday, October 25, 2021

Border Security Force

Meet Kanchan Yadav, first woman BSF jawan from Asifabad

Kumram Bheem Asifabad: Drawing inspiration from her father, a soldier in the Indian Army, Kanchan Yadav from Kaghaznagar town expressed her desire to join...

Two Pakistani intruders shot dead by BSF in Punjab

On July 30 at about 8.48 p.m., BSF troops deployed in Thehkelan (Amarkot) in Ferozepur observed suspicious movement of intruders sneaking inside Indian territory.

BSF foils Pakistan’s attempt to drop arms by drones along IB in Jammu

Pakistan is using drones to drop weapons and drugs with the latest attempt coming at a time when there is peace on the borders in Jammu and Kashmir.

Bijapur Maoist attack due to operational, intelligence failure: Ex-BSF chief

Ex-BSF chief Prakash Singh questioned the use of funds that have been allocated from the centre to fight the Maoists and said that it is also important to know whether the money is being used for the purpose or not

Mission ‘Infinity Ride’ enters Hyderabad

The adventurous journey organised by Aditya Mehta Foundation is a 35-city and 45-day affair

Chhattisgarh: BSF constable hangs self at unit camp in Kanker

Constable Swaraj P N, belonging to the BSFs 4th battalion, was found hanging from the ceiling of a mess at the Tactical Headquarters in Koyalibeda police station area.

PM Modi greets BSF on its raising day

The BSF was raised on this day in 1965 with a purpose to guard India's international border with Pakistan and later with Bangladesh too when it became an independent country in 1971.

Sacked BSF jawan’s plea challenging Modi’s election from Varanasi in 2019 dismissed

A three-judge bench of the apex court, headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde, rejected the plea. The apex court had, on November 18, reserved its verdict after hearing from the respective parties.

BSF SI killed, jawan injured in ceasefire violation along LoC in Kashmir

The officials said SI Rakesh Doval deployed at the BSF artillery battery at the LoC in Baramulla was killed after he sustained head injury in the firing around 1315 hours.

Thousands turn up in J&K’s Budgam for written round of BSF recruitment drive

"About 11,000 candidates had initially applied and gone through the physical tests. Out of these, 5,151 male and 438 female shortlisted candidates have appeared for the written test today."

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