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Indian army open doors for women as military police in historic development

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New Delhi: In a historic development, the Indian Army on Thursday started the process of recruiting women, three months after the government announced its decision to open the entry of women as Personnel Below Officer Rank (PBOR).

 

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In advertisements in newspapers, the army has invited women to join the military police as general duty soldiers.

The military police staff, described PBOR, manage prisoner-of-war camps and have been part of UN mission contingents in Congo, Somalia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, the army said.

 

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The Indian Army website said the Corps of Military Police was responsible for preserving “good order and discipline and prevent breaches of the same by persons serving in or attached to the regular army”.

 

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The responsibilities of those selected would include investigation of offences such as rape, molestation and theft; military operations where the army needs police assistance; assistance in evacuation of villages during cross-border hostilities; crowd control of refugees comprising women and children; frisking of women during cordon & search operations and ceremonial as well as policing duties.

The applications close on June 8, said the advertisement.

 

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4 killed 16 injured in a explosion in Kabul University.

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KABUL- Four people were killed and 16 others sustained injuries as a blast hit the southern gate of Kabul University here on Friday, Kabul police spokesman Ferdaus Faramarz said.

“A bomb went off at 07:10 a.m. local time at the southern gate of Kabul University when a number of students gathered for examination, killing four people including a traffic police and injuring 16 others including a girl,” Said a student.

Two cars were also destroyed in the blast, the official added.

Meantime, Wahid Mayar, the spokesman for Public Health Ministry tweeted that six dead bodies and 27 injured persons had been taken to hospital following the blast.

No group has yet to claim responsibility for the blast.

Earlier, Taliban outfit has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on a police station in southern Kandahar province that left 12 dead and more than 90 others injured on Thursday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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