Internal Security

Manipur-based UNFL surrenders ending 60 years of its insurgency

The United National Liberation Front, Manipur’s oldest insurgent group, has surrendered after a tripartite agreement between the group, the Centre and the Manipur state government, the Union home minister, Amit Shah, announced. Read More

In Manipur, mobs loot over 4,000 weapons from police armouries

As ethnic violence continues unabated in Manipur, officials in the state government have revealed that mobs comprising thousands of local people raided warehouses and armouries of various state security forces and looted thousands of weapons. Read More

Hawk aircraft deal: CBI books Rolls Royce and others on graft charge

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has registered a corruption case against British aerospace and defence company Rolls Royce PLC, top executives of its Indian unit and arms dealers for alleged "kickbacks" in the procurement of Hawk 115 Advanced Jet Trainer aircraft for the Indian Air Force and Navy. Read More

CBI books journalist Vivek Raghuvanshi for spying

The Central Bureau of Investigation has filed an espionage case against Vivek Raghuvanshi – a freelance journalist who mostly covers defence-related stories, sources in the investigating agency told reporters. Read More

Manipur violence: Militants kill state police commando, injure 4 cops

Violence in ethnic strife-hit Manipur took a new turn when suspected militants fired upon a Manipur Police patrol contingent at Bishnupur district’s Tronglaobi, on Thursday. According to the police, at least one state police commando was killed, and four other policemen were injured in the attack. Read More

In Dantewada, Maoist attack kills at least 11 Chhattisgarh policemen

In a deadly attack on security forces in Chhattisgarh’s Dantewada district, on Wednesday, suspected Maoist insurgents killed 11 personnel from the Chhattisgarh Police’s District Reserve Guard, which is a special anti-Maoist unit. Read More

Adoption of techniques for border defence need of hour: Nityanand Rai

Keeping in mind about the fast evolving crime scenario in the country, Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai has vouched for adoption of new techniques for national security and border defence as the need of hour. Read More

NIA likely to probe Israeli embassy blast case in Delhi

With initial probe indicating to Iranian link in the blast near Israeli Embassy on Friday evening, the anti- terror probe agency NIA is likely to take over this case from Delhi Police, a source in the security set up said here on Saturday. Read More

MES employee arrested in for passing info to Pakistan

Based on intelligence inputs provided by Military Intelligence ( MI ), Rajasthan Police on Saturday arrested Ramniwas Gaura, a civil defence employee at an Military Engineering Services ( MES ) Niwaru for working as espionage agents of a Pakistani intelligence agency. Read More

NIA raids multiple locations across Kashmir, Bengaluru

The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday conducted raids at ten locations in Kashmir and one in Bengaluru, including the premises of Non Government Organisations (NGOs) and Trusts, in connection with a terror funding investigation. Read More


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