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117 kg nilgai meat, 5 deer skulls, 40 guns seized from retd colonel's house
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Guns, 100 kg nilgai meat seized from ex-army officer's home

Of the seizures made, 117 kg nilgai (blue bull) meat stored in a refrigerator, animal skins, ivory, five deer skulls, horns of sambar deer, antlers of antelope and blackbuck and 40 guns were seized from a makeshift warehouse at the house of a retired army ... DNA, 5 hours ago

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DMK demanded home secy-monitored probe into guard's murder

The opposition DMK today demanded a home secretary-monitored probe by a top level police officer into the murder of a security guard of the Kodanadu estate bungalow of late Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa.
 DNA7 hours ago DMK demands home secy  First Post.com7 hours ago

Sukma Maoist attack: Case may be handed over to NIA for investigation, says Home Ministry official

The Centre is likely to hand over to the National Investigation Agency (NIA) the probe into the killing of 25 CRPF personnel in Sukma in Chhattisgarh by the Maoists. The post Sukma Maoist attack: Case may be handed over to NIA for investigation, says Home ...
 First Post.com7 hours ago NIA may take over Sukma Naxal attack probe  Deccan Herald7 hours ago
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Money involved in terror financing minuscule, but impact substantial: Home ministry official

While the quantum of money involved in terror financing incidents in the country is "very, very minuscule", the damage done by such activities is significant, a top security official said on Saturday. The post Money involved in terror financing minuscule, but ...
 First Post.com1 day ago Money in terror financing minuscule, its impact large: Ashok Prasad  Deccan Herald1 day ago
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Rajnath calls marathon meeting to discuss development, security in Kashmir

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will meet officials on Thursday to review the situation in Jammu and Kashmir which has been hit by violent protests following the killing of 8 civilians since the Srinagar by-elections, which saw one of the worst turnouts in the states history.The valley has also witnessed unprecedented demonstrations led by students, including women, who were protesting against an alleged security clampdown on students in south Kashmir.The meeting has been divided into two ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Rajnath, Jaitley, Sonia condole actor-politician Vinod Khanna's death  catchnews.com1 day ago Union Home Minister reviews status of Prime Minister’s Development Package for J&K announced in November, 2015  PIB2 days ago Rajnath wants speedy work on J&K developmental package  Prokerala2 days ago
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'Unhappy' Rajnath asks CRPF DG to stay put in Chhattisgarh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today directed acting chief of the Central Reserve Police Force and a top security officer to stay put in Chhattisgarh to ensure coordinated 'targeted' operations against the Naxals, apparently unhappy over the functioning of the paramilitary force.The home minister's directive came as he was apparently unhappy over the functioning of the CRPF which has faced reverses in the recent past.He has conveyed to the CRPF brass to resolve some 'inherent' problems like ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Government to revisit strategy against Naxals: Rajnath Singh  catchnews.com1 day ago Govt taking attack on CRPF by Naxals in Sukma as challenge: Rajnath Singh  catchnews.com1 day ago We've taken Sukma attack as a challenge: Rajnath  Rediff.com6 days ago
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10, Rajaji Marg to be Prez Mukherjee's home post-retirement

President Pranab Mukherjee will move into his new official residence in New Delhi at 10, Rajaji Marg after he demits office in July. Union Tourism and Culture Minister Mahesh Sharma, who was alloted the Rajaji Marg bungalow, has vacated it and work has started to make it available to the president, an official said. The bungalow was occupied by former President A P J Abdul Kalam till his death in 2015, after which it was allotted to the minister. Sharma has been allotted a new bungalow at 10, ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago 10 Rajaji Marg being readied as Mukherjee's retirement home  DNA6 days ago

Britain to accept extra 130 lone refugee children after Home Office corrects 'administrative error'

Robert Goodwill, the Immigration Minister Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA
 The Telegraph UK3 days ago
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Home Office urging EU nationals not to apply for permanent residence in UK

Theresa May said she will guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the UK when reciprocal measures for Britons in Europe are also agreed Credit: Rebecca Naden/AFP
 The Telegraph UK4 days ago
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Man Utd held at home by Swansea City

Manchester United suffered a big blow to their top-four hopes as Swansea City held them to yet another draw at Old Trafford.
 MSN India2 hours ago Home games will show whether we deserve top four – Guardiola  Sportskeeda.com3 hours ago Premier League: Manchester United squander lead to share spoils with Swansea; top four hopes in disarray  Zee News6 hours ago Soccer-United held at home by Swansea after Sigurdsson strike  DNA7 hours ago
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