India-Bangladesh Border

Cattle smugglers along Bangladesh border tying IEDs around cattle neck to take down BSF

Interrogation by the state police personnel, who were handed over three cattle smugglers last month in Malda, also revealed the IEDs were procured from Murshidabad district. 

published on : 17th August 2019

BSF in Bengal sweats over seized cattle as threat of health hazards loom

Following an SC order, the force has been left scratching its heads to what to do with the recovered cattle

published on : 16th August 2019

Cattle smuggling: BSF recovers cows tied with IEDs in West Bengal rivers

Few such cattle, with an IED placed inside a small aluminium canister tied around their neck, were recovered from the river near the Harudanga border post along the south Bengal frontier.

published on : 25th July 2019

Two Rohingyas arrested near India-Bangladesh border in Tripura

Salim and 20-year-old Jahangir Alam from Rajnagar area near here in West Tripura district on Monday, after locals claimed that two suspected Rohingya Muslims were roaming there.

published on : 16th July 2019

BSF recovers 155 smuggled cows from Basirhat-Bangladesh border

The personnel of the armed force recovered 155 cows which have a market value of Rs 13 lakh and arrested one of the smugglers identified as Alim Biswas.

published on : 16th July 2019

Border Electronically Dominated QRT Interception Technique, a solution to border-guarding

The Brahmaputra enters Bangladesh via Dhubri and the place has vast char land and innumerable river channels border-guarding is an uphill task here especially during rainy season.

published on : 4th March 2019

Amid Indo-Pak tension, BSF on alert at Bangladesh border 

Patrolling in the riverine border areas of Sunderbans has also been increased, a BSF official said.

published on : 27th February 2019

31 Rohingyas stranded on Indo-Bangla border handed over to police; sent to 14-day judicial custody

The 31 Rohingyas, who had apparently come from Jammu and Kashmir, were stuck in no-man's land, beyond the barbed wire fence along the Indo-Bangladesh border in Tripura since January 18.

published on : 22nd January 2019

Eight suspected Rohingyas arrested in Tripura

As per an agreement between India and Myanmar, the locals on either side can move up to 16 km within each other’s territory without documents and stay there for a while.

published on : 30th November 2017