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Rajnath talks tough on Pakistan as protests mark his Jammu visit
Hindustan Times

Confront those who wave Pakistan flags: Rajnath Singh in Jammu

(15 minutes ago) Indicating a shift in the Centre's strategy to deal with separatists, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday asked the local youth in Kashmir to confront them for playing with their future. Some elements have been raising ... NewsR.in, 16 hours ago
India warns Pakistan to mend ways Asian Age, 19 hours ago
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India Today

Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde's daughter tracks down brother-in-law's stolen vehicle

Mumbai: While the police force pulled out all the stops to find Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde's son-in-law's stolen car, it was his daughter's alertness that helped locate the Pajero, thereby saving the police machinery some blushes. ...
 NDTV9 hours ago Sushilkumar Shinde says Afzal Guru's hanging not political  India Today3 days ago Shinde contradicts  Daily Excelsior.com3 days ago UPA govt hanged Afzal Guru for ‘political reasons’: Omar Abdullah  Asian Age3 days ago
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The Telegraph

Call for separate terror jails

The Union home ministry has asked all state governments to build separate high-security prisons away from cities to house convicted terrorists and those facing trial in terror cases, fearing they might indoctrinate other prisoners. Ministry sources said a ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago Tormentor VIPs at airports to be outed  The Telegraph3 weeks ago Centre wants separate prisons for terror-accused  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago Set up separate jails for terrorists, segregate them from ordinary prisoners: MHA to states  Zee News3 weeks ago

Gujjar stir: 4,500 paramilitary men rushed to Rajasthan

Jaipur/Bharatpur: The Union Home Ministry said on Thursday that 4,500 paramilitary personnel have been rushed to Rajasthan to assist the state government in handling the Gujjar agitation that entered its eighth day. Earlier in the day, the ...
 Manorama Online2 hours ago

Gamlin meets Union Home Secretary

New Delhi, May 18 (PTI) Acting Delhi Chief Secretary Shakuntala Gamlin, whose appointment has fuelled a face-off between the Arvind Kejriwal government and Lt Governor Najeeb Jung, today met Union Home Secretary LC Goyal. The senior bureaucrat, who ...
 Press Trust of India1 week ago Delhi power tussle: LG Jung meets Home Secretary  Chandigarh Tribune6 hours ago US Ambassador ask students to avail opportunities of global interaction  United News of India5 hours ago Gamlin stonewalls questions over routine meet with Home Secy  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
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DNA

Delhi ready to talk to everyone in J&K: HM

National Health & Lifestyle Kashmir Images Newspapers Jammu, May 28 -- In a carrot and stick kind of response, Union Home Minister, Rajnath Singh today said that Centre was ready to talk to everyone in Jammu and Kashmir but hurriedly added that ...
 HT Syndication17 hours ago A system under trial  The Hindu3 days ago Rajnath takes on Pakistan  The Hindu3 days ago Rajnath defends Parrikar on 'terror remark'  Deccan Herald3 days ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Rijiju against NE beef ban

Kiren Rijiju in Aizawl on Tuesday. (PTI) Silchar/New Delhi, May 27: Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju said in Aizawl today that beef should not be banned in the Northeast but the BJP declined to be drawn into the controversy. ...
 Calcutta Telegraph16 hours ago BJP hastens to douse Rijiju beef ban remarks  Calcutta Telegraph16 hours ago Was misquoted on beef ban; must respect other faiths and food habits, says Kiren Rijiju  DNA India1 day ago My remark on beef ban misunderstood, says Kiren Rijiju  India TV1 day ago
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Deccan Chronicle

I don't eat beef, media put words in mouth: Rijiju

GUWAHATI: A day after reports quoted Union minister of state for home affairs Kiren Rijiju saying that he eats beef, the Arunachal politician on Wednesday said India was governed by a Constitution that gave everyone the freedom to practice his or ...
 Times of India13 hours ago I eat beef, can somebody stop me: Rijiju blasts Naqvi  Manorama Online1 day ago I eat beef, can somebody stop me?, Kiren Rijiju counters Naqvi  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Kiren Rijiju hits back at Union Minister Naqvi, says I eat beef, can somebody stop me?  DNA India1 day ago
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'Delhi assembly resolution not binding'

The resolution adopted by the Delhi assembly against the union home ministry notification was "outlandish" but not legally or constitutional binding on anyone, constitutional expert Subhash C Kashyap said on Wednesday. A private member's ...
 The Statesman8 hours ago Delhi assembly resolution outlandish, but not binding: Expert  ProKerala.com21 hours ago AAP-LG slugfest: Delhi assembly resolution outlandish, but not binding: Expert  Oneindia11 hours ago
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Delhi assembly rejects MHA edict; centre challenges HC verdict

NEW DELHI: The Delhi assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution rejecting a May 21 notification of the Union home ministry, even as the Centre challenged the high court order that termed the notification as 'suspect'. The contentious MHA notification ...
 Economic Times16 hours ago
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