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AAP govt suspends 2 officers for refusing nod to pay hike
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DDCA row: Govt unlikely to transfer officer who alleged ‘pre...

New Delhi: The Home Ministry is unlikely to yield to senior IAS official in the Delhi government Chentan Sanghi’s demands for a central deputation on grounds that he was under "pressure" from various "stakeholders" for naming a "certain VIP&.... IndiaTV News, 4 weeks ago
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Rajnath seeks clerics' help to keep Indian youth away from ISIS

Amidst increasing attempts by terror group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria to lure Indians into its fold, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday held a meeting with top Muslim clerics and sought their cooperation to check the growing tentacles of the dreaded group among Muslim youth. The hour-long meeting, also attended by National Security Advisor Ajit Doval and senior home ministry officials, apprised the Muslim clerics about activities of the West Asian terrorist group and its efforts ...
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A life is lost in every four minutes in road accidents: Rajnath Singh

New Delhi: A life is lost in every four minutes in road accidents in the country, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said as he favoured setting up of a national road safety authority.Participating in the ‘Road Safety Week’, organised by Ministry of Road ...
 IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Ahead of foreign secretary-level talks, Sushma Swaraj meets Rajnath

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday met Home Minister Rajnath Singh, amid the uncertainty over the Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary-level talks scheduled in Islamabad on January 15 after the Pathankot terror attack. According to official sources, the 20-minute one-on-one meeting was held on a request of Swaraj. However, offices of both Singh and Swaraj did not comment on the issues discussed between the two. Sources indicated that the recent terrorist attack in Pathankot, where seven ...
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Mufti Sayeed: The suave politician with an astute political sense

From an obscure lawyer to becoming the only Muslim home minister the country has seen so far, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed carved a niche for himself in national and Jammu and Kashmir politics with the craftiness and unwavering focus of an avid bridge player he was. In a political career spanning nearly six decades, Sayeed emerged as a rival power centre to the mighty Abdullahs, always playing his cards close to the chest, while making friends with parties following conflicting ideologies to suit his ...
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Pathankot attack: MHA seeks report from Punjab

The Union home ministry on Tuesday directed the Punjab government to submit a report over the Pathankot Air Force Base attack within 24 hours. Earlier, the MHA had sought a report from the Border Security Force demanding an explanation as to how the terrorist managed to sneak across the border carry out a full-fledged terror attack on a military base. The operation against the terrorists at the air base entered its fourth day on Tuesday as security forces continue to carry out combing operation ...
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Social media as a governance tool? Learn it from our ministers!

The Prime Minister has been regularly seeking people’s inputs through mygov.in Recently, a passenger on a Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabdi train clicked the picture of a  waiter asking for a tip and tweeted it to Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu. The ministry responded within minutes to the tweet, asking for the passenger name, record number and other details. Action was taken against the food contractor in 24 hours, with a fine of Rs 20,000.In another example showing how some Union ...
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Tamil Nadu, West Bengal worst-hit by natural disasters

Figures released by the ministry of home affairs show West Bengal and Tamil Nadu together make up for almost 30 per cent of all deaths and 75 per cent of houses destroyed in the country due to natural calamities.   The year 2015 has not been a good one for Tamil Nadu. Even as the state tries to stay afloat after the severe lashing of rains, data from the ministry of home affairs shows that Tamil Nadu has seen a 125 per cent rise in loss of lives in 2015-16 as compared to last year owing ...
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Flashback July 2015: When terror shivered Punjab

Nagaland declared a 'disturbed state': On 9th July, the Home Ministry declared Nagaland as a 'disturbed area' from 30th June onwards for a year. The decision came in the wake of the NSCN-K's (the dominant Naga rebel group) attack on an army convoy in ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
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Transfers of civil servants reflect Modi's priorities

The ministries and departments, where bureaucrats are parked after being moved out of key positions, reflect the priorities of the government, observes A K Bhattacharya. Twenty months after its rule at the Centre, does the Narendra Modi government look different in its engagement with the top echelons of the civil service? One obvious and noticeable change is the manner in which the prime minister himself has been holding consultations with senior civil servants. Not only through periodic ...
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