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Rohingya crisis: BSF identifies 140 locations to stop illegal immigrants - Business Standard

Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers walk across the open border with Bangladesh to attend a flag meeting in West Bengal. Photo: Reuters. ALSO READ. India to Bangladesh: Stop cattle smuggling, curb movement of Rohingyas BSF launches campaign against ...and more »

India, Bangladesh to take up joint repair of border pillars - The Indian Express

India and Bangladesh will undertake a major project to repair and maintain damaged pillars along the 4,096-km long border they share, the BSF DG on Friday said. The border guarding forces of India and Bangladesh will take care of the pillars on an 'odd ...and more »

BSF takes over repair of Bangladesh border pillars from state PWDs - The Indian Express

Tired of delays on the part of PWDs in various states in repairing border pillars, the BSF has taken the work on the India-Bangladesh border into its own hands. The BSF will now carry out repair and maintenance of all the India-Bangladesh border ...and more »

Rohingya crisis: India identifies 140 vulnerable locations along Bangladesh border, deploys more security personnel - Firstpost

New Delhi: India has identified 140 vulnerable locations, deployed more security personnel and surveillance gadgets, and launched a "campaign" against organised criminal gangs that help Rohingyas sneak across the India-Bangladesh border, the BSF chief ...and more »

India-Bangladesh to repair border pillars - Dhaka Tribune

India and Bangladesh will start a major project to maintain and repair damaged pillars along the 4,096-km long Indo-Bangla border, said India Border Security Force (BSF) DG on Friday. The decision was taken at the five-day bi-annual Director General ...and more »

Rohingya influx: BSF identifies 140 locations along Indo-Bangla border - The New Indian Express

NEW DELHI: The Border Security Force (BSF) has identified 140 vulnerable locations along the Indo-Bangladesh border to check the influx of Rohingyas in collusion with organised criminal gangs. BSF Director General KK Sharma said the paramilitary has ...and more »

Rohingya influx: BSF increases vigil - The Asian Age

According to the BSF, some of the vulnerable areas include Petrapole, Jayantipur, Haridaspur, Goalpara and Tetulberai. BSF troops patrolling India-Bangladesh border. Kolkata: The BSF has increased the number of “sensitive and vulnerable” spots along ...and more »