According to the official communication of the Rajya Sabha secretariat: "The Parliamentary Committee on Home Affairs to hear the views of the Ministry of Home Affairs on the functioning of the Assam Rifle."
Armed with sophisticated weapons, guerrillas of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) along with militants of the Manipur Naga People's Front (MNPF) had killed Assam Rifles Colonel Viplav Tripathi, his wife, their nine-year-old son and four jawans of the paramilitary force in the November 13 ambush.
New Delhi: Three Assam Rifles personnel were killed and five injured in an ambush near India-Myanmar border at Chandel area in Manipur on Wednesday night. A senior government officer said that a group of 15 soldiers were returning from an area dominance patrol at Khongtal in Chandel area when an improvised explosive device exploded. Thereafter […]
Odisha: The mortal remains of Assam Rifles jawan, Champeswar Mahakud, who was killed by terrorists in Manipur, arrived in Bhubaneswar today. Champeswar, a resident of Dhaurakhaman village under Rairakhol block of Sambalpur district, was killed in a counter-insurgency operation against terrorists in Manipur on September 7, 2018. The martyr was given a guard of honour […]