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Mamata refuses to leave secretariat despite army withdrawal from toll plaza
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Mamata leaves secretariat; Army to finish exercise

After a two-day high drama over "routine Army exercise", West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee left the state secretariat on Friday evening. Calling the exercise a "military occupation", the chief minister had refused to leave the secretariat building ... Deccan Herald, 2 days ago
Mamata cracks down on child trafficking Sify, 48 minutes ago

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Pushing for relaxing norms for Arunachal road projects: Rijiju

Admitting that road connectivity in border areas is of utmost importance, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today said he has been pushing for relaxation of norms specifically for Arunachal Pradesh in implementing Prime Minister Gram ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Special package for Arunachal  The Assam Tribune3 days ago Centre preparing special package for Arunachal Pradesh: Rijiju  Business Standard3 days ago Rijiju calms jagged nerves over banking  The Telegraph3 weeks ago
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Same brazenness and daring in Nagrota attack as in 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Chidambaram

The former Union Home Minister was critical of the prevailing state of affairs where brazen terror attacks have become the norm.
 DNA1 day ago Nagrota attack as shameful as 26/11: Chidambaram  State Times1 day ago Spurt in terror attacks due to provocative remarks by ministers: Omar Abdullah  Deccan Herald3 days ago Mumbai: Girl who identified Kasab doesn't have a home yet  The Freepress Journal1 week ago
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Centre to approach pvt sector to better healthcare

The Union Home Minister stated that though the government has successfully overcome many health challenges, there are many health frontiers that still need to be conquered in the country such as malaria.
 DNA1 day ago Health Care Homes voluntary trial scheduled for mid-2017  Foreign Affairs.co.nz6 days ago
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RAJNATH_TV_PIC_650_bigstry GANDHINAGAR: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday lauded the Gujarat model of development and said that a reflection of a ‘vibrant Gujarat’ would be seen in a ‘vibrant India’ under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership. “As Gujarat’s Chief Minister, Modi gave us the Gujarat model of development, which is not a small achievement. Now, as PM, reflection of a ‘vibrant Gujarat’ will be seen in a ‘vibrant India’,” he said, addressing the closing ceremony of the Vibrant Gujarat Summit in Gandhinagar at Mahatma Mandir. Mr Singh said that the summit is a huge success. “I came here twice within four days. I saw both Pravasi Bharatiya Divas as well as Vibrant Summit closely. This is truly the magic of Gujarat’s soil and water that both events are a huge success,” he said. Mr Singh put PM Modi in the league of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel. “Gujarat has given so many great leaders such as Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Patel. I must say that PM Modi is the only person in post-independence India who transformed the political scenario of the country,” he said. The Home Minister praised Gujarat for its law and order situation. “Law and order is an integral part of the Gujarat model of development. This is the state where women can roam freely at midnight,” he said. He also said that the central government has taken many steps to realise PM Modi’s dream of Make in India. “In the last seven months, our government has taken many steps to increase investment, such as permission to bring 49 per cent FDI in the defence sector. For us, FDI means ‘friendly direct investment’, which will enable us to realise PM Modi’s dream of Make in India,” he said. Reporter = S.R,K

PATNA:  Modi rocket, Modi chakri, Modi bomb, Modi phuljhari (sparklers) – firecrackers named after Prime Minister Narendra Modi are selling like hot cakes in Bihar ahead of Diwali as their demand is more than the ones named after former chief ministers ...
 Current News India2 days ago Rajnath reaches Cuba for Castro funeral  Rediff.com5 days ago PM for coordination among police forces of NE States  The Assam Tribune6 days ago Work in coordination to tackle insurgency, PM asks police chiefs of NE states  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago
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fighting team returns home - UPDATED

Baku APA. A fire-fighting team sent by Azerbaijan's Ministry of Emergency Situations to Israel in order to tackle the wildfires in the country returned home on November 30 after successfully completing its mission. Welcoming the firefighters at ...
 Azeri-Press Information Agency4 days ago Ransacked homes and little hope for returning Iraqi Christians  Libya News Today5 days ago [Kim Seong-kon] Embracing the world as home  Korea Herald5 days ago PA firefighters return home after battling blazes in Israel  The Times Of Israel1 week ago
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Top cops face music; alert sounded in state

CHANDIGARH, Nov. 28 -- Punjab deputy chief minister and home minister Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday suspended additional director general of police (ADGP- Jails) MK Tewari and dismissed the superintendent and deputy superintendent of the Nabha high ...
 HT Syndication1 week ago Law and order is in a mess in Punjab. Nabha jailbreak exposed that  catchnews.com6 days ago Pakistan Could Be Behind Nabha Jailbreak: Punjab Deputy Chief Minister  NDTV1 week ago SIT to probe Nabha jailbreak: Punjab DGP  Sify1 week ago
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Funding to terror, extremism takes a beating: Minister

HYDERABAD: Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir claimed that the demonetisation of higher-denomination currency has had a telling effect on terrorism, extremism and the unrest and violence in Jammu & Kashmir and in the areas ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Demonetisation Led To Check On Drug Trade: Union Minister Hansraj Ahir  NDTV1 week ago Demonetisation led to check on narcotics trade: MoS Home  Press Trust of India1 week ago
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KCR's palatial home: AP, Telangana CMs share a history of using state money for comforts

Andhra Pradesh did it first and now Telangana follows suit, spending lavishly on the whims and fancies of its chief ministers from the state purse The post KCR’s palatial home: AP, Telangana CMs share a history of using state money for comforts appeared ...
 First Post.com5 days ago TRS lauds real hero KCR's 'deeksha' for Telangana  Sify5 days ago Telangana CM's home makeover costs $7m  Oman Tribune1 week ago 8 features of Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao's luxurious new home in Telangana  India.com1 week ago

Nagaland home minister slams Governor

Kohima, Nov 29 (PTI) Nagaland Home Minister Y Patton today criticised state Governor P B Acharya for his statements in the media alleging that the present government in the state is corrupt. During the NPF Central Executive Council meeting, Home ...
 Press Trust of India5 days ago Punjab Home Minister should resign: Kejriwal on jail break  Equilibrio Informativo6 days ago Ministers Reflect: lessons from the Chancellor, Home Secretary an...  Institute for Government1 week ago The one-state reality requires a radical rethink on Palestine-Israel  Middle East Eye1 week ago
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