KANCHANPUR, Jan 7: India's Seema Surakshya Bal (Border Security Force) has removed a temporary post it had set up in the no-man's land on the Nepal-India border near Belauri Municipality-10 in the district.
TIKAPUR, Dec 23: India's paramilitary force, Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), which had obstructed the construction of a river embankment in Kailali, has backed off from the region. It also said that the construction was not obstructed intentionally.
KANCHANPUR, Feb 4: The Indian Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) has resumed the work of digging a trench in the no man's land near Dokebazar of Kanchanpur since Saturday despite being warned by the Nepali authorities not to do so.
DARCHULA, June 8:Nepali migrants and locals continue to suffer ill treatment and humiliation at the hands of Indian Border Security Force (SSB) personnel at border points near Darchula district headquarters Khalanga due to the Nepal government’s apathy toward raising the issue with Indian authorities in their bilateral discussions.
PARSA, April 29: Finally after the eight years, justice prevailed for the family of Mukunda Raya Yadav of Matiarba in Bara district as the Indian border security force, known as SSB, is to compensate for the death of Yadav from their security personnel.
BIRATNAGAR, March 27: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for home affairs Bimalendra Nidhi has handed over a cheque for NRs 1 million to the family of Basudev Shah who was shot dead by the Indian Shashastra Seema Ball(SSB) on May 25, 2010.
JHAPA, March 14: Highhandedness of Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB), Indian border security forces, was a serious issue for villagers in Jhapa along the Nepal-India border areas. SSB personnel would storm in their house anytime in Prithivinagar, Bahundangi, Kakadbhitta, Kechana, Baniyani, Jyamirgadhi and Khajurigachhi, among other villages and terrify the locals.
INARUWA, March 13: Four local youths who sustained bullet injury in the firing of Indian Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) on Nepal-India border in Sunsari last year have voiced their complaint for not getting any compensation.
KATHMANDU, March 11: Lawmakers have strongly condemned the act of killing of a Nepali citizen by the Indian Seema Surakshya Bal (SSB) on the Nepali territory in Kanchanpur district in firing on Thursday.
DHANGADHI, March 10: Refuting the statements of victims, eyewitnesses and reporters on the ground, India has denied the involvement of the SSB in opening fire on Nepali nationals near bordering Ananda Bazar of Kanchanpur district, Thursday afternoon.
KANCHANPUR, March 9: A 30-year-old Nepali man was killed when the Indian Seema Suraksha Bal (SSB) opened fire Thursday morning following a dispute over a culvert construction amid ongoing tensions at the border near Anandabazar.
KATHMANDU, March 9: Indian Embassy in Kathmandu has denied that there was incident of firing by SSB in Kanchanpur border. "It is categorically denied that there was any incident of firing by SSB near the border at Aananda Bazaar, Kanchanpur," the embassy tweeted.
MAHOTTARI, Sept 12: Over a dozen locals of Mahottari district sustained injuries when they clashed with security personnel of the Sima Suraksha Bal (SSB) in the bordering town of Matihani, India, regarding a trade dispute on Monday evening.