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Law and order prime responsibility of state: Rajnath on Dadri

Law and order prime responsibility of state: Rajnath on Dadri

Amid intense blame game over the Dadri lynching incident, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said law and order is the prime responsibility of the state and the Constitution does not permit the Centre to directly intervene in such matters. “The question of law and order is directly connected with the state as it is the prime responsibility of the state... if they ask for help we can give, but the Constitution does not permit us to directly intervene in it,” he said. His ..., 1 day ago

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Why didn't Pakistan raise Kashmir at Ufa, asks Rajnath Singh

Hitting out at Pakistan a day after it called off the Indo-Pak National Security Advisor-level talks, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said if Pakistan was so keen on raising the Kashmir issue, why didn’t it do so during talks in Ufa even as the Modi government came under fire from Congress for its “ham-handed” handling of the situation. Accusing Pakistan of deviating from the agenda agreed in Ufa between Prime Ministers Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif, Singh also ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Gurdaspur terrorists came from Pakistan, says Rajnath Singh  Rediff.com2 months ago India nabs Kasab 2.0 after terrorist strike in J&K  Rediff.com2 months ago Terror hits Gurdaspur: 3 civilians, 4 cops killed in 12-hour long encounter  Rediff.com2 months ago

On Rahul's home turf, Smriti Irani calls him a liar

Attacking Rahul Gandhi on his home turf, Union Minister Smriti Irani on Sunday questioned the alleged sale of land meant for a bicycle factory in Amethi to a trust run by his family but the Congress dismissed her “land grab” allegation as “wild and baseless”. Calling the Congress vice president a “liar”, the Bharatiya Janata Party leader, who was addressing a rally here, claimed that Gandhi family had failed to deliver on their development promises to ...
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'Tamil Nadu is one of India's most industrialised states'

'In Prime Minister Cameron’s words, the 'UK is India’s partner of choice' and Prime Minister Modi has described India’s engagement with the UK as an 'unbeatable combination' in forging successful partnerships that can bring immense benefits to both countries.' Image: Global Investors Meet at the Chennai Convention Centre from September 9-10. Photograph, courtesy: GIM     India invests more in the United Kingdom than it does in the rest of the European Union ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Who are the Opposition leaders Modi speaks to regularly?  Rediff.com2 months ago

Teesta Setalvad's NGO's licence suspended for 6 months

In a fresh crackdown on an NGO run by social activist Teesta Setalvad, the home ministry on Thursday suspended its registration for six months accusing the organisation of violating Foreign Currency (Regulation) Act that invites termination of its licence. In an order, the home ministry said exercising the powers conferred under Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, the registration of Sabrang Trust has been suspended for a period of 180 days with effect from September 10, 2015. The Sabrang ...
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Sebi chief appointment: Yes, do employ her for a better future

The much-awaited notification has come. The Union finance ministry has called for applications to the coveted post of chairman of the Securities and Exchange Board of India. The change of guard at the market regulator, after five years, will be one of the most followed and speculated-on processes this year. A just-retired officer based in the capital is likely to throw his hat in the ring, say some. A Mumbai official who shares his first name with the first officer is another strong candidate.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Hardik Patel fallout: Home Secy Goyal gets the boot

The Narendra Modi government on Monday sprang a surprise when it appointed senior IAS officer Rajiv Mehrishi as Union home secretary in place of incumbent L C Goyal, who sought voluntary retirement after taking over the charge seven months ago. The prime minister has approved the appointment of Mehrishi, a 1978-batch Rajasthan cadre IAS officer, for a period of two years with effect from Monday, an official release said. Mehrishi was serving as secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs in ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

You always do this, it's become a habit: Angry Sonia pulls up Tharoor

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Wednesday pulled up former Union minister Shashi Tharoor over the leak of his views against party’s stalling tactics in Parliament in the media. “Gandhi, who generally does not get angry, literally blasted Tharoor,” sources said,  adding that the party chief was in no mood to listen to any explanation from him. “You always do this, it’s become a habit with you,” an angry Sonia Gandhi reportedly said to Tharoor.   ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Maharashtra govt refuses to ban controversial play 'Agnes of God'

The Maharashtra government on Monday declined to stall staging of the play ‘Agnes of God’, which tells the story of a nun who delivers a still-born child, as demanded by the church on the ground that it hurts the sentiments of the Christian community. State Minority Minister Eknath Khadse, who met the play's director and the church forum representative, ruled out banning the play since it has a certification, but agreed to see if there is anything that hurts religious sentiments.
 Rediff.com5 days ago

Am no VIP, glad to be off no frisking list at airports, says Vadra

Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress president Sonia Gandhi, has welcomed the government’s move to strip him off the privilege of not being frisked at airports, saying he had been waiting for this as he was “no VIP”. “Finally! I am glad and have been awaiting this so-called and never used, security exemption privilege to be removed at airports,” he said in a statement. “I am and have been more than ready to give a written consent to remove my name from this ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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