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    Central Force jawans destroy bunker during their operation against Maoists at Lalgarh. (PTI)

    Central Force jawans flag march at Piraghata Chawk outpost for the final operation against Maoists at Lalgarh in West Midnapore district. (PTI)

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    Paramilitary soldiers patrol a deserted road as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 19, 2009. India began deploying hundreds of police on Thursday to push back Maoist rebels who declared a "liberated zone" close to the eastern city of Kolkata, sparking unease among investors in the communist-ruled state. (*******)
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    A paramilitary soldier returns to a makeshift camp after a patrol near Lalgarh, in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 19, 2009. Fearful of landmines and under fire from rebels, Indian police struggled on Friday to enter a Maoist "liberated zone" close to east India's biggest commercial city of Kolkata. (*******)
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    Police and paramilitary soldiers move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, some 170 km (106 miles) west of the eastern Indian city of Kolkata, June 19, 2009. (*******)

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    Paramilitary personnel cross Jitka forest as they move towards Lalgarh in the West Midnapore district, West Bengal.

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    Default Modernization of Indian Police!

    Keep politicians away from managing Police (best tip)
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    I Like this black Ambassador car. Very sturdy car, good for police duties. But normally in India police prefers SUVs

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    Times Of India Delhi; Date: Jun 25, 2009


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    can i get more information about punjab police please thanks

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    [SIZE=4]5,000 BSF men to join anti-Naxal ops[/SIZE]

    In a move to flush out Naxalites, Border Security Force personnel will be deployed in Maoist-infested states along with the Central Reserve Police Force troopers, the only paramilitary fighting the menace at present.

    Five BSF battalions will be deployed in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Orissa, West Bengal and Maharashtra.

    "Around 5,000 men, drawn from various frontiers of the BSF, will de deployed for anti-Naxal operations in five states by September last," official sources said.

    These states have been hit by the onslaught of Naxal violence and lost more than 230 security men this year alone.

    When asked for a confirmation, BSF Director General M L Kumawat said: "The BSF has earlier played a leading role in anti-Naxal operations. We may go to Naxal-hit areas whenever ordered."

    Talking about the construction of bunkers along the Indo-Pak border, Kumawat -- who retired from service on Friday -- said: "It's a fact. After 26/11 there had been strengthening of defence structures and bunkers by Rangers. But as a matter of policy, we did not react in that manner. We took all other measures to thwart any misadventure."

    Kumawat also spoke about the problem of fake currency circulating in the country and said only seizures will not stop this problem. The source of fake currencies has to be tackled in a 'decisive manner', he said while referring to the cross border network, which is sneaking the notes into the country.

    The DG, who took charge of the more than 1.5 lakh-men force 10 months ago, said there have been 2,607 incidents of infiltration at the country's Eastern borders while the corresponding figure at the Western borders had been 199 attempts so far this year.
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    Indian people are the most peaceful people in the world. Why are you need police?

    I thought that Border Security Police Force will be enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tusiki View Post
    Indian people are the most peaceful people in the world. Why are you need police?

    I thought that Border Security Police Force will be enough.
    Just brilliant

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    Quote Originally Posted by tusiki View Post
    Indian people are the most peaceful people in the world. Why are you need police?

    I thought that Border Security Police Force will be enough.


    May be Indian's thought their neighbours want to import some of them.

    Xinjiang-Urumqui might have a good market .

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    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) personnel patrol with a sniffer dog along a stretch of the India-Bangladesh border ahead of India's Independence Day celebrations in Fulbari village, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri, August 12, 2009. Security has been tightened across the nation to ward off any possible militant attacks leading up to India's Independence Day celebrations on August 15. (*******)
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    An Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldier keeps watch along the fenced border with Bangladesh ahead of India's Independence Day celebrations in Fulbari village, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri, August 12, 2009. (*******)
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    Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers patrol on a boat in the waters of river Mahananda near the border with Bangladesh ahead of India's Independence Day celebrations in Fulbari village, on the outskirts of the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri, August 12, 2009. Security has been tightened across the nation to ward off any possible militant attacks leading up to India's Independence Day celebrations on August 15. (*******)

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    Default Mumbai Police- Right on track!


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    Smile nice video

    Quote Originally Posted by sajiddubai View Post
    is that M-16 they are getting?
    i like the snipers
    is most of the weaponary is from US except for MP5
    correct me if im wrong

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