BSF


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BSF

abbreviation for
(General Engineering) British Standard fine thread
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It is my proposal that the BSF should join hands with Skill Development Ministry to impart training of new skills like technology to its personnel and their family members," Pradhan said.
Credit Agricole has contributed over the last four decades both capital and expertise to develop BSF into one of the most successful banks in Saudi Arabia.
Sharma rejected the notion of 'friendly fire' but when questioned how his soldier was killed, what exactly happened in Baramulla, Sharma lost the plot responding that the Indian Army was in a better position to share details of how the BSF soldier met his death.
The jawans of the 163rd Battalion of BSF were patrolling near the Bhikiwind post.
Schools on Teesside were among 700 nationally left disappointed when Education Secretary Michael Gove announced the pounds 55bn BSF initiative would not go ahead.
The CBI believes many local authorities are unsure about BSF and that there has been inadequate leadership of the programme.
Twenty-one suspected cases of BSF in patients with fever and rash were reported in Coronel Fabriciano Municipality during 2000.
In making the announcement, Helmut Leopold, BSF chairman and director of platform and technology management at Telekom Austria said.
Speaking at the event, the Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas; Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Dharmendra Pradhan, expressed his gratitude to BSF for their sacrifice for the nation.
The BSF submitted a "protest note" to Pakistan rangers for alleged surveillance on the activities of Indian border forces and security measures by unmanned air vehicle (UAV) during night in recent days, a senior BSF official was quoted as saying by Indian media
BSF is keeping a constant vigil on any transformation or change in security scenario along the borders and inside the country.
This survey was performed during an outbreak of suspected BSF in which two children died.