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Bangladeshi smugglers attack BSF Jawan in Nadia, West Bengal

The incident happened on Tuesday morning when Bangladeshi smugglers tried to enter India illegally

Meghalaya: Border Security Force sniffer dog along Indo-Bangladesh gets pregnant, court of inquiry ordered

The Border Security Force ordered a court of inquiry after a sniffer dog deployed at Indo-Bangladesh border got pregnant.

BSF jawan beaten up to death for protesting against youth who uploaded his daughter’s video online

The BSF personnel was identified as Melaji Vaghela (45). He died on the spot after he was allegedly attacked with sticks and sharp weapons reportedly by the youth's family on December 24.

Pakistani national arrested in Rajasthan with 11-inch long knife meant to kill Nupur Sharma, planned to visit Ajmer Dargah before attack

During preliminary inquiry, the Pakistani national revealed that he crossed the border to assassinate Nupur Sharma.

The 2001 Boraibari massacre: When Bangladeshi troops brutally tortured and killed Indian jawans, mutilated their bodies

Given that the Hasina government had been historically friendly to India and general elections in Bangladesh were near, New Delhi was cautious about its criticism of the Bangladeshi Prime Minister.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah inaugurates Indo-Pak border viewing point in Banaskatha district of Gujarat

Amit Shah inaugurated the Indo-Pak border viewing point in Nadabet's Banaskatha on Sunday morning

Gujarat: BSF nabs 6 Pakistani intruders hiding in Bhuj after detecting 11 Pakistani boats in the Harami Nalla area

The Bhuj unit of Border Security Forces (BSF) has apprehended 6 Pakistani nationals in the creek area of Harami Nalla of Bhuj

Former BSF jawan kills puncture shop worker Dilshad Hussain for abducting, raping his minor daughter: What happened

A resident of Muzaffarpur in Bihar, Hussain used to operate a puncture shop outside the residence of the victim

Mamata Banerjee directs cops to restrict BSF to 15 km from border, governor says it is potentially alarming for national security

Mamata Banerjee has directed police to restrict BSF to 15 from border, that too with police permission, and not to let them enter villages

Mamata Banerjee casts aspersions on BSF yet again, asks police in border districts to keep a tab on their activities

Mamata Banerjee had earlier moved a resolution in the WB state assembly opposing the centre's move to extend BSF's jurisdiction

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