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Share details of SC/ST fund diversion for CWG: Home Ministry to Delhi government
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Share details of SC/ST fund diversion for CWG: Home Ministry t...

According to Delhi government officials, Delhi Chief Secretary DM Spolia held a meeting with Finance and SC/ST department officials in this regard. The Home Ministry, in a letter to Delhi government, said that despite several reminders, receipt of the said ... Jagran Post, 4 days ago
Centre addresses shortage of police Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

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Rs. 15.26 crore dividend from REPCO Bank to Government of India

Today, Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh received a cheque of Rs. 15.26 crore das ividend from the REPCO Bank on the behalf of Government of India. The cheque was handed over by the Managing Director of Repatriates Cooperative Finance and ...
 News Track India6 days ago
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India plans to fast-track security clearance to industrial projects

NEW DELHI Industrial and infrastructure project proposals will get security clearance within 12 weeks as the Home Ministry has streamlined the process by issuing a detailed guideline in this regard. The decision has been taken as part of the ...
 Oman Tribune6 days ago Industrial projects to get security clearance within 12 weeks  Jagran Post6 days ago Home Ministry proposes security clearance for telecom companies before getting licence  Economic Times1 week ago IB Security Assistant/ Executive Exam admit card 2014 released  TruthDive1 week ago
Indian Express

Record of Press briefing by Ministry of Foreign Affairs Spokesperson held on 11th September 2014

Home » Government Institutions By PPI News Agency Islamabad, September 11, 2014 (PPI-OT): There are no opening remarks. The floor is open for Questions Question A recent report in the US Congress says that sanctions may be imposed on ...
 Pakistan Press International1 week ago Simpler government  Indian Express2 weeks ago Kuki bodies warn  E Pao!4 weeks ago Centre, Telangana spar on governor powers  Asian Age1 month ago

Indian government to offer financial help to shipyards

Home / NEWS / byASC Staff on Sep 4, 2014 India's Ministry for Shipping has started negotiations with various financial institutions in an effort to set up a fund of up to US$2.48bn to extend low-cost loans to shipbuilders. The ...
 Arabian Supply Chain2 weeks ago
Times of India

US tourists may soon get visa on arrival

Tourists from the United States may soon avail visa on arrival in India. The ministry of home affairs is trying to give a final shape to the proposal in time for the Prime Minister’s visit to the US beginning September 26. Mr Modi may announce the plan as ...
 Asian Age2 hours ago India working on ?Visa on Arrival? facility ahead of PM Modi?s US visit  Jagran Post16 hours ago Visa on arrival facility on the anvil for US tourists  Times of India15 hours ago Home Ministry to mull over finalising VOA facilities  New Straits Times2 weeks ago

Centre adopting 'wait and watch' policy over govt formation in Delhi

The Centre seems to be in no hurry to take any step over formation of a new government in Delhi with the Home Ministry adopting a 'wait and watch' attitude over the Delhi Lieutenant Governor's letter recommending a turn for BJP in office.
 Zee News5 days ago Centre in no hurry on government formation  Asian Age5 days ago Only Lieutenant Governor can decide on government formation in Delhi: Rajnath Singh  DNA1 week ago Only Lt. Gov. can decide on government formation in Delhi: Rajnath Singh  NewKerala.com1 week ago

Home ministry 'unaware'

As the Indian media claim Dhaka communicated with New Delhi over the allegation that Saradha scam money was funnelled to Jamaat, the Bangladesh home ministry says it is unaware of any such development. Indian Bangla daily Anandabazar Patrika ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago Probe into reports on use of Saradha money to fund terror: CPM  Business Standard India6 days ago Government denies bugging at Gadkari's home (Second Lead)  Prokerala1 month ago Home ministry denies reported bugging at Gadkari's home  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Maha Cong minister asks state to acquire Ambedkar London house

press trust of india Mumbai, 12 September A Congress minister in Maharashtra has asked the state government to coordinate with the Centre to acquire a residential property in London where Dr B R Ambedkar lived in the 1920s. The 2,050 sq ft ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Minister asks Maha govt to acquire Ambedkar's home in London  Business Standard India1 week ago
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Govt willing to talk to Naxals provided they give up arms: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi : Asking Maoists to shun the path of violence, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said Government was willing to talk to Naxals provided they give up arms and come to the negotiating table. Singh was addressing a news conference here on ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago Govt willing to talk to Naxals if they give up arms: Rajnath  The Statesman1 week ago Govt willing to talk to Maoists if they give up arms: Rajnath  The Statesman1 week ago
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