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Children's home abuse as bad or worse than Kincora

Sexual abuse was rampant at a children's home in Northern Ireland run by a Catholic order of brothers, a senior police officer has said. Around a fifth of boys at Rubane House in Co Down Big News Network, 1 day ago

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BJP asked union home minster to direct UT officials not to demolish structure outside Lal Dora

President of local wing of BJP Sanjay Tandon on Friday wrote a letter to the Union home minister, Rajnath Singh, pointing out the arbitrary action of the Chandigarh Administration in demolition and sealing the construction of go-downs of villagers in the ...
 Times of India4 days ago West Bengal BJP writes to Rajnath Singh demanding security for Saradha chief  Zee News1 day ago WB BJP writes to Rajnath demanding security for Saradha chief  Business Standard1 day ago
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India reaches Red Planet, but at home red tape binds space firms

ISRO scientists and other officials celebrate the success of Mars Orbiter Mission (Photo: PTI) As India celebrated becoming the first Asian nation to reach Mars, S.M. Vaidya, head of business at conglomerate Godrej's aerospace division that made the ...
 Asian Age3 days ago India reaches Mars, but red tape binds space firms back at home  Economic Times1 day ago

Centre sanctions Rs 21 crore for flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir fence, BSF posts

Officials said the Home Minister took the issue as an important subject and hence the sanctions have come promptly. Singh had then said that "the government will leave no stone unturned to safeguard our borders and address all important issues related to ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Centre sanctions Rs 21 Cr for flood-hit JK fence, BSF posts  Business Standard1 day ago
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Home ministry tells VIPs to alert cops about foreign travel

The home ministry has asked all VIPs with personal security officers to inform police forces concerned when they travel abroad for better coordination with foreign agencies. In a communication, the home ministry told all state police forces to ensure that whenever any VIP travels abroad, he or she must inform the agency which gives police protection as that would enable smooth coordination with security agencies abroad and ensure proper protection.    The first order in this ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Ministry Of Home Affairs wants VIPs’ travel plans  Asian Age6 days ago
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Hong Kong students take democracy fight to home of city's leader

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hundreds of students marched to the official residence of Hong Kong's leader Leung Chun-ying on Thursday to demand a meeting as tensions simmer over the financial hub's democratic future. Hong Kong returned from British to Chinese rule ...
 First Post.com5 days ago Hong Kong protests turn festive after tear gas chaos  Economic Times17 hours ago Hong Kong protests: Thousands defy calls to go home  Fiji Broadcasting Corporation19 hours ago Hong Kong protesters defy calls to go home  Nigeria Punch1 day ago
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Reggie Miller's missing niece has returned home, officials say

The 16-year-old niece of former NBA star Reggie Miller has safely returned home, Orange County sheriff's officials said Monday evening. Earlier, Miller and otherswere circulating a missing child alert for the television basketball analyst's niece, ...
 Los Angeles Times16 hours ago Reggie Miller's Niece Is Home After Going Missing  ABC News16 hours ago Reggie Millers missing niece has returned home officials say  Big News Network10 hours ago Reggie Miller's niece home after being reported missing  SI.com16 hours ago

Cops sued for breaking into home, arresting woman for recording their actions (VIDEO)

19:09 Screenshot from NBC10 A Pennsylvania couple is suing three Collingdale police officers for entering their home without permission in an effort to confiscate a cell phone legally used to record the officers during a February ...
 Russia Today1 day ago Pennsylvania Cops Sued for Storming Home and Arresting Woman for Video Recording  Big News Network1 day ago Cops sued for breaking into home arresting woman for recording their actions  Big News Network10 hours ago

Home invasions suspect linked to Carbonear break-ins

Christopher Snow, 25, is escorted by sheriff's officers at provincial court in St. John's on Monday, Sept. 29. CBC A man charged in conjunction with three high-profile recent home invasions in the west end of St. John's allegedly committed those ...
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Home Affairs on relocation of Germiston office to new premises

Home Affairs Germiston office relocates to new premises 30 Sep 2014 The Home Affairs office in Germiston will cease offering services from its current location on corner Webber and Power Street and relocate to new premises at the Old Post ...
 South African Government7 hours ago Home Affairs relocates Germiston office  SAnews.gov.za5 hours ago SA: Statement by Department of Home Affairs, on relocation of Germiston office to new premises  Polity.org.za6 hours ago
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