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Border Security Force Troopers Turn To Yoga

The Border Security Force (BSF) is turning to yoga to keep its troopers fighting fit. When A. Jayapaul, a former commandant of the Tripura-Cachar-Mizoram (TCM) frontier of BSF, saw his "boys" suffering// from stress, he decided to opt for yoga therapy. "We have already introduced yoga during t...

Soldiers Readying to Fight Stress With Yoga

... Ramdev stressed upon the concept and benefits of a joint family system in society. Significant enthusiasm was witnessed among the paramilitary troopers when the yoga guru took classes to enrich them both morally and physically. "I have already introduced yoga in BSF a few months ago as a means ...

Malaria Claims 35 Lives In Assam

...ets and insect repellents as a precaution against malaria," an army commander said. During the past five years, at least 50 army and paramilitary troopers have died of malaria in Assam. --Edited IANS ...

A Joint Venture by Golfers And Military Forces To Combat AIDS

...n the region were struck by the disease with promiscuous sex attributed as the main reason for contracting the deadly virus. More than 40 Assam Rifles troopers have died of AIDS and 139 are affected with the disease. "We are taking the war to the community level. This is the only way we can corner the vi...

Abdul Kalam Confident of AIDS vaccine on Indian market soon

...ormed Intervention" organized by the Assam Rifles Wives Welfare Association. Lt. Gen. Bhoopinder Singh, director general of Assam Rifles, said 40 troopers had died of AIDS and 139 were affected by the disease. The first HIV-positive Assam Rifles trooper was detected in 1992.. An official of the Nat...

Free Condom Counters For Border Security Force Cadres

...s can't avail of leave at their will because of national concerns." He said certain conditions made them prone to the infection and a few of the troopers were found to be HIV positive. The BSF's effort was to offer them moral support and tell them that it was not the end of the road and they could ...
Troopers in Biological News

Tulsa County Sheriff Selects BIO-key(R) Mobile Data System

...e connection to the FBI's National Crime Information Center and other databases for more than 40 local and county law enforcement agencies, as well as troopers from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP). This arrangement reduces costs for hosted agencies, which do not have to purchase or maintain central site har...

Tulsa County Sheriff Selects BIO-key(R) Mobile Data System

...e connection to the FBI's National Crime Information Center and other databases for more than 40 local and county law enforcement agencies, as well as troopers from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol (OHP). This arrangement reduces costs for hosted agencies, which do not have to purchase or maintain central site har...
Troopers in Biological Technology

Wisconsin State Patrol goes high-tech with e-tickets

... filing them by hand later on, officers can file them by computer and print out a receipt for the motorist. This represents a tremendous timesaver for troopers who issue roughly one million tickets each year. Starting last year, the State Patrol began installing a new system that incorporates a mobile GPS ...
Troopers in Biological Dictionary

Clones

...y, director Peter Williams gains unprecedented access to Dr. Panos Zavos -- a Kentucky-based reproductive biologist who claims to have... Clone troopers were an army of identical, genetically-modified clones , created ... Only a small batch of clones , which came to be the Advanced Recon Commandos, d...

Clone

...fully cloned several animals. But this success has ... announced the birth of the first ­clone of an endangered animal, a baby bull ... Clone troopers were an army of identical, genetically-modified clones , created ... 4 Specialized clone troopers. 4.1 Combat role-specialized variants ... A ph...
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