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GJM welcomes Centre's decision

The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha leadership has welcomed the Union home ministry's decision to recall the central security forces deployed in the Darjeeling hills asserting it was one of the contentious issues taken up with the government earlier. ... The Echo Of India, 6 hours ago
No decision on interlocutors report Daily, 1 day ago

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Government plans enhanced security for VVIPs

Following the death of rural development minister Gopinath Munde in a road accident Union home ministry has asked all stakeholders to look for more secure vehicles skilled drivers and assertive personal security officers PSOs for government protected persons ...
 Hindustan Times8 hours ago
Deccan Chronicle

Centre to revive Council with states for closer ties

In line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's plans to improve Centre-State relations, the Union Home Ministry has decided to revive the Inter-State Council (ISC) that last met eight years ago. Home Minister Rajnath Singh has directed officials to begin the ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago MHA mulls culture fest on Northeast region in November  Asian Age2 days ago Ministry of Home Affairs for changing IPC to fight racism  Deccan Chronicle2 days ago Shri Rajnath Singh, Union Home Minister to be the Chief Guest on the occasion of World Population Day. Shri Kiren Rijiju, MoS Home will be the Guest of Honour. (PIB 16-7-2014)  Noodls5 days ago
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Govt will consider reducing age of juvenile: Rajnath Singh

NEW DELHI: Home minister Rajnath Singh told Lok Sabha on Tuesday that the government may consider the suggestion to reduce the age of juveniles in the Juvenile Justice Act and also request the ministry of women and child development to look into it.
 Times of India1 day ago Rajnath Singh tells Lieutenant-Governor: Check all hoarding  Asian Age2 weeks ago

Maoists extorting Rs 140 crore annually

Quoting a study of Institute of Defence Studies and Analysis (IDSA), the Union home ministry has claimed that the Maoists are extorting a levy of not less than Rs140 crore per annum from a variety of sources. The study that was commissioned by ...
 DNA India1 day ago Nitish Kumar defends his 2-pronged approach to tackle Maoist insurgency  Economic Times3 weeks ago

‘FDI in railways a security threat’

Raising objection to foreign direct investment (FDI) in highly-sensitive areas of the railways, the Union home ministry has said that such a move may compromise the security of the country’s largest transportation network. The objection came after the ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago Decision on railway FDI likely this week  The Statesman3 days ago Cabinet likely to take decision on FDI in railways this week  The Financial Chronicle3 days ago FDI in Railways: Union Cabinet likely to take decision ...  Trans Reporter3 days ago

Haryana takes Centre head on

The Congress government in Haryana on Saturday took the Centre head on, asking it to withdraw the July 18 ministry of home affairs (MHA) letter that sought the governor's withdrawal of assent to the Haryana Sikh Gurdwara (Management) legislation. On ...
 Hindustan Times4 days ago Centre asked to withdraw its letter  New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago SGPC row: Haryana govt asks Centre to withdraw its letter  Business Standard India4 days ago HSGMC row: Surjewala asks Rajnath to withdraw letter issued by home ministry  Hindustan Times4 days ago

Home Ministry act amounted to constitutional impropriety: Capt

ng issues on the SGPC row and batting on behalf of the Congress Government in Haryana, Congress Deputy Leader in the Lok Sabha Capt Amarinder Singh on Saturday took strong exception to the Union Home Ministry asking the Haryana Governor to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago MHA shouldn’t interfere: Captain Amarinder Singh  Asian Age4 days ago Home Miny's directive to Haryana Guv amounts to constitutional impropreity  NetIndia123.com4 days ago Centre's move on SGPC amounts to constitutional impropriety  Business Standard4 days ago
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Attack on Manipuri Man Well-Coordinated, Pre-Planned: Rijiju

The attack which claimed the life of a Manipuri man here was a "well-coordinated" and "pre-planned" one, the Union Home Ministry said today even as it expressed "great concern" over the repeated cases of assault in the national capital on people from the ...
 Outlook2 days ago Attack on Manipuri man 'pre-planned': Home min  Press Trust of India2 days ago Attack on Manipuri man pre-planned: Home Min  APN News2 days ago The muted silence  E Pao23 hours ago

Security Adviser Kumar to visit State on July 23

Security Adviser to the Union Home Ministry K Vijaya Kumar would visit Odisha on July 23, sources said. Elated over the arrest of top Maoist leader Sabyasachi Panda, the Home Ministry has planned to send Kumar to the State, the sources added. ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Security Adviser to Union Home Ministry to visit Odisha on July 23  OrissaDiary3 days ago Anti-Maoist Ops: Security advisory to Union home ministry to visit Odisha on Wed  Odisha Samaya2 days ago Odisha exDGP may join NDA govt as internal security chief  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
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