BSF Chief accuses Pakistan of using drones for surveillance

Pakistan is very effectively using drones for surveillance and smuggling arms, explosives and narcotics across the border, BSF Director General Rakesh Asthana said. Continue Reading

BSF hoists 131-feet-high flag at Indo-Pakistan border

The Border Security Force unfurled a 131-feet-high tricolour along the Indo-Pakistan border in Jammu district on Republic Day, officials said. Continue Reading

Election Commission chief has ‘zero tolerance’ to money power

With political parties apprehending violence and unrest in poll-bound West Bengal, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora on Friday said the poll panel has zero-tolerance to money and muscle power and misuse of the government machinery. Continue Reading

Rana Daggubati gives glimpse into BSF jawans’ lives

Mission Frontline show will be premiering on Discovery+ from today. Featuring award-winning actor and producer Rana Daggubati, ‘Mission Frontline’, highlights the life of the Border Security Force. Continue Reading

Indian troops entered Pakistan after Nagrota terror attack?

After four Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorists were killed at Nagrota in Jammu recently, a Border Security Force (BSF) team, probing the intrusion, had reportedly gone 200 metres inside Pakistani territory to find the mouth of a cross-border underground tunnel used by the extremists. Continue Reading

TN soldier cremated with State honours

The mortal remains of Border Security Force (BSF) havildar S  Thirumurthi (47), who died after his rifle accidentally went off in Jammu and  Kashmir, was cremated with full State honours at his native Pullavarayankudikadu  village in Tiruvarur district on Sunday. Continue Reading

Indian engineering student tries to sneak into Pakistan to meet a girl

Border Security Force (BSF) personnel apprehended a 20-year-old engineering student from Maharashtra while he was trying to sneak into Pakistan on foot to meet a girl he had befriended on social media. Continue Reading

Pakistan violates ceasefire in J&K’s Kathua

Pakistan Rangers today violated the ceasefire by resorting to unprovoked firing on forward posts and villages along the international border in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district early on Saturday, officials said. Continue Reading