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India needs to be mindful of 'do it yourself' terrorists, says Rajnath

India needs to be mindful of 'do it yourself' terrorists, says...

After alerting the country against against 'lone wolf attacks', Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday underlined the threat posed by the 'Do it Yourself' breed of terrorists who gain information in bomb-making and suicide attacks over the internet to perpetrate terror acts. "Exploiting the power of internet and ideological motivation, terror groups like DAESH and Al Qaeda have already flooded the internet with literature pertaining to bomb making and suicide attacks which present a ..., 1 week ago

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Pathankot attack: MHA seeks report from Punjab

The Union home ministry on Tuesday directed the Punjab government to submit a report over the Pathankot Air Force Base attack within 24 hours. Earlier, the MHA had sought a report from the Border Security Force demanding an explanation as to how the terrorist managed to sneak across the border carry out a full-fledged terror attack on a military base. The operation against the terrorists at the air base entered its fourth day on Tuesday as security forces continue to carry out combing operation ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

BSF crash: Why does a soldier's family have to cry?' Relative asks home minister

“Why are old aircraft being used and lives of troops put at risk?” This was among the questions Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had to face on Wednesday from the families of the 10 personnel killed in a Border Security Force aircraft crash in the national capital. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh extends his condolences to the family members of BSF plane crash victims at the Safdarjung airport in New Delhi. Photograph: @HMOIndia/Twitter A distraught and agitated daughter of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Budget 2016: What the aam aadmi wants from the FM

Suggestions galore on portal Even before Finance Minister Arun Jaitley begins consulting businesses, and the North Block shuts its doors to keep the Union Budget documents a secret, the finance ministry has already received more than 1,600 inputs from citizens, reflecting in many ways what the common man wants from the Union Budget. From steps to eliminate black money to a rise in income-tax ceiling; from views that very important persons should travel only in India-made vehicles to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago AAP takes aim at Arun Jaitley again, raises 5 questions  Rediff.com1 month ago AAP alleges CWG-like scam in DDCA under Jaitley  Rediff.com1 month ago

Mufti Sayeed: The suave politician with an astute political sense

From an obscure lawyer to becoming the only Muslim home minister the country has seen so far, Mufti Mohammad Sayeed carved a niche for himself in national and Jammu and Kashmir politics with the craftiness and unwavering focus of an avid bridge player he was. In a political career spanning nearly six decades, Sayeed emerged as a rival power centre to the mighty Abdullahs, always playing his cards close to the chest, while making friends with parties following conflicting ideologies to suit his ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Social media as a governance tool? Learn it from our ministers!

The Prime Minister has been regularly seeking people’s inputs through Recently, a passenger on a Delhi-Chandigarh Shatabdi train clicked the picture of a  waiter asking for a tip and tweeted it to Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu. The ministry responded within minutes to the tweet, asking for the passenger name, record number and other details. Action was taken against the food contractor in 24 hours, with a fine of Rs 20,000.In another example showing how some Union ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Vajpayee's initiative must be taken forward: Advani on Modi's Pak visit

A day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise Lahore visit, Bharatiya Janata Party veteran L K Advani on Saturday said Modi and other leaders in the government should work to carry forward Atal Bihari Vajpayee's initiative for improving Indo-Pak ties and get rid of problem of terrorism. He, however, skirted a query on the issue of suspension of party member of Parliament Kirti Azad who had made allegations of corruption against Delhi and District Cricket Association in which Union ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Go to court if DDCA probe panel is illegal: Kejriwal to Centre

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Saturday that if the Centre has any problem with the appointment of an inquiry commission to probe alleged irregularities in Delhi District Cricket Association, it should go to court and reiterated that the Aam Aadmi Party government will not step back from its decision. "We will not back off our decision. If the Union home ministry has any problem with Delhi government’s notification to appoint commission of inquiry to probe the alleged ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Kejriwal inaugurates Wi-Fi-enabled Delhi Pavilion in IITF 2015  Jagran Post2 months ago LG questions legality of DDCA probe, Kejriwal hits back  Rediff.com1 month ago

Is Modi able to appease the climate gods?

When Mr Modi returned home from Paris with the Rig Veda’s solar incantation on his lips, he might have needed a face mask to re-enter Delhi, notes Sunil Sethi World leaders congregating at forums like the climate change conference in Paris have a tendency to couch dire warnings in highfalutin’ rhetoric. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s well-scripted eloquence, however, came laced with heavy irony. His references to 'restore the balance between humanity and nature' and ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Transfers of civil servants reflect Modi's priorities

The ministries and departments, where bureaucrats are parked after being moved out of key positions, reflect the priorities of the government, observes A K Bhattacharya. Twenty months after its rule at the Centre, does the Narendra Modi government look different in its engagement with the top echelons of the civil service? One obvious and noticeable change is the manner in which the prime minister himself has been holding consultations with senior civil servants. Not only through periodic ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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