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Tech Time: Preventing Potential Hacks, from cumanagement.org Daily Deposits.
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Tech Time: Preventing Potential Hacks, from cumanagement.org D...

The Sony, Home Depot, Target and other recent cyberhacks have credit union executives asking, What can we do to prevent similar hacks to our systems? And it's a good question. Notably, most hackers don't enter the security perimeter through ... CU Management, 2 days ago

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Deccan Chronicle

Budget to help poor and farmers, will revive growth: Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh (Photo: PTI) New Delhi: Rejecting charge from the opposition that the Union Budget is only for the rich and corporates, colleagues of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today hailed his effort as "pro-poor", calling it ...
 Deccan Chronicle5 hours ago Union Budget 2015: Budget to help poor and farmers, will revive growth  Moneycontrol.com4 hours ago Budget to help poor and farmers will revive growth Jaitley  Hindustan Times5 hours ago 'Budget to help poor and farmers'  News Today5 hours ago
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Business Today India

Budget is pro-farmer, pro-poor: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Saturday that the budget proposals for 2015-16 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Parliament were pro-farmer and pro-poor. "The discussion to alleviate poverty and employment had taken place ...
 Siasat Daily6 hours ago Budget 2015-16 is pro-farmer, pro-poor: Rajnath Singh  Business Today India6 hours ago
Indian Express

Centre likely to relent on Ramesh Negi’s appointment

The stand-off between the Kejriwal government and Union home ministry over the appointment of the chief secretary in the city government is likely to end soon as the Union home minister, Mr Rajnath Singh, is not keen to make the issue a “‘flash ...
 Asian Age20 hours ago Home Ministry to let Arvind Kejriwal pick chief secretary  Indian Express1 day ago Tips for buying a home  Military Times1 week ago Bedi, Kejriwal have a chat during At Home  The Hindu1 week ago
NDTV

Suggestion to scrap Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act rejected by Home Ministry

NEW DELHI: The Union Home Ministry has decided to officially reject the Justice Jeevan Reddy Committee report, which had asked for repealing the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (Afspa), ten years after it was submitted to the ...
 Economic Times17 hours ago Home Ministry seeks report on church attack  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Home Ministry Calls for Report After Alleged Attack on Another Delhi Church  NDTV3 weeks ago Mangalore church vandalised week after Modi's reassurance  Rediff.com3 days ago
India Today

Rajnath rejects recommendations to repeal AFSPA: Report

While Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) sealed its deal over government formation with PDP in Jammu and Kashmir, Union home minister Rajnath Singh is learnt to have given a nod to reject the recommendations made by Justice (retd) B P Jeevan committee ...
 India Today21 hours ago Congress veteran backs separatists' stand on Kashmir  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Government in Jammu and Kashmir will be in place soon: Rajnath Singh  DNA1 month ago Governor's rule imposed in Jammu and Kashmir  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Smart traffic signal plan awaits Home Ministry's green light

NEW DELHI: The much-hyped smart traffic signal plan that was announced following Union minister Gopinath Munde's death in a car accident last year is still on paper. According to sources, the proposal is awaiting clearance from the ministry of home ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Smart traffic signal plan awaits MHA nod  Times of India1 day ago
DNA

Police to induct 160 from 8 Northeast states annually

Union MoS for home Kiren Rijiju and Delhi police commissioner B.S. Bassi in New Delhi on Tuesday. — G.N. JHA With increasing complaints of marginalisation and racial attacks on people from Northeast, the Delhi police is all set to induct 160 police officers ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Bassi invites Kejriwal for at-home ceremony of Delhi Police Raising Day  DNA1 week ago Delhi Confidential: At home  Indian Express4 days ago DCW chief writes to Chief Justice  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Millennium Post

Home ministry asks MP governor Ram Naresh Yadav to quit after he is named in exam scam

NEW DELHI: The Union home ministry has asked Madhya Pradesh governor Ram Naresh Yadav to step down after he was named in an exam scam in the state, Times Now reported. The STF probing the MPPEB scam registered an FIR against governor Ram Naresh ...
 Times of India3 days ago Scam-tainted MP Governor steps down  Millennium Post2 days ago MP governor Ram Naresh Yadav tenders resignation after he is named in exam scam  Calcutta News.Net2 days ago MP governor Ram Naresh Yadav resigns  The Freepress Journal3 days ago
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India skipped Paresh kin: Pillai

New Delhi, Feb. 23: Former Union home secretary G.K. Pillai today said India once passed an opportunity to pick up Ulfa (Independent) leader Paresh Barua's family from Bangladesh. Speaking at the release of Rajeev Bhattacharyya's book, Rendezvous ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago
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