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Tame youth, fight Islamic State: Home Ministry
Deccan Chronicle

Educator, state official, state Sen's brother, dead at 78

Cox Funeral Home says a memorial service is scheduled Monday afternoon at the Delhi Methodist Church. Thompson's brother, state Sen. Francis Thompson, tells The News-Star (http://tnsne.ws/1Sx3iZf ) that his brother's wife, Cheryl Thompson, found him ... Washington Times, 6 hours ago
Tame youth, fight Islamic State: Home Ministry Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago
Advice to states to counsel radicals Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago
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Hindustan Times

Radicalisation in India: "Don't book cases immediately," says home ministry

New Delhi, Aug 2: The Home Ministry in a bid to cure the radicalization disease has directed states to take a more nuanced approach and not opt for filing cases immediately. A meeting of the Home Ministry officials with the police chiefs of ...
 Oneindia1 day ago CCTNS: Home Ministry to seek more time from Cabinet  Press Trust of India1 hour ago Home ministry strategises on how to counter radicalisation  Hindustan Times1 day ago Home Ministry asks police to highlight positive stories, good work  News on Air2 weeks ago
IndiaTV News

Ministry of Home Affairs statement on flood situation

Ahmedabad The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh spoke to the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Smt. Anandiben Patel and the Chief Minister of Manipur, Shri Okram Ibobi Singh and enquired about the rescue and relief operations going on in the wake ...
 DeshGujarat1 day ago Rajnath Singh assures Centre's help to flood-hit Gujarat, Manipur  IndiaTV News7 hours ago Rajnath Singh takes stock of flood situation in WB  One India8 hours ago Home Minister Rajnath discusses floods with Gujarat, Manipur Chief Ministers  Mid Day12 hours ago
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IndiaTV News

Countering radicalisation: Home Min holds meeting with 12 state DGPs to discuss ISI threat

New Delhi: The home ministry has convened a high-level meeting on Saturday to discuss the threat posed by the terror group IS. Attraction to radical ideologies and how to prevent Indian youth from coming under the sway of extremist doctrines would ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago WASHINGTON STATE Open Thread — Want 500,000+ new voters in WA State?  Daily Kos16 hours ago Home Ministry`s high-level meet over ISIS threat underway  Zee News2 days ago ISIS threat looms over India; Ministry of Home Affairs to hold meeting with 12 state DGPs  DNA India2 days ago
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Sify

Rijiju plans to visit flood-hit Manipur 'as and when situation improves'

nister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Monday said he is planning to go to flood-hit Manipur as and when the situation improves, and added that his visit at this time might hamper ongoing relief operations. "Surprisingly, the flood situation has ...
 Business Standard7 hours ago Gurdaspur attack: No hostage situation yet, says Rijiju (update)  Sify1 week ago

Home Ministry holds high-level meet to discuss IS threat

Senior officials, including those from the police of 12 states, were participating in the closed door meet in the national capital. The meeting, being chaired by Union Home Secretary LC Goyal, was being attended by the Home Secretaries and police chiefs of ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago Home ministry holds meet to discuss IS threat  Prokerala8 hours ago
Bangalore Mirror

IS abducts 4 Indians in Libya; 2 from State freed

Militants owing allegiance to Islamic State (IS) in Libya on Wednesday abducted four Indians trying to return home from the conflict-hit North African country, where they taught in a university in Sirte — the hometown of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Hopes dim on third day  Deccan Herald1 day ago India tries to secure release of remaining hostages  Deccan Herald1 day ago Hope my husband comes home soon, says wife of Indian teacher caught in Libyan conflict  Indian Express1 day ago
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Rediff.com

Rajnath distorting statement on terror remarks: Chidambaram

Former Home Minister P Chidambaram on Saturday attacked Home Minister Rajnath Singh accusing him of resorting to a completely distorting Hindu terror remarks to blame the former UPA government. He said former Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde in the UPA regime had questioned Hindu terror in a very different context but Singh's statement was a completely diversionary argument. Chidambaram said Shinde made a statement outside Parliament and did not use the phrase Hindu terror in the manner in ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Chidambaram accuses Rajnath Singh of distorting 'Hindu terror' remarks  DNA1 day ago

Death row inmate's last plea for transfer to home state rejected

A convict on death row who had expressed a last wish to return to his home state, Haryana, where he wanted to spend the rest of his time before being hanged has been turned down by three different states -- Delhi, Haryana and Punjab. Balbir ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago Bengal death row inmate longs for home  HT Syndication2 days ago Death row inmate’s last plea for transfer to home state rejected  Hindustan Times8 hours ago

Home-grown IT firms to get a boost

Comment · print · T T T+· T- After wooing multinational IT majors to the State with huge investments, the Telangana government is now looking at boosting the growth prospects of local players. The government is planning to set up a ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
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