No dialogue is going on with Centre, says Hurriyat

Hurriyat Conference termed as "misleading" statement of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh that Centre was talking with separatists and said it was done to "hoodwink" public opinion.

Need for sending out message of harmony in society: RPN Singh

There is a need to send out a message of harmony in society to avoid a repeat of the "very saddening incident" in which a youth from the northeast died after being assaulted in the city, Union Minister RPN Singh said on Sunday at the Delhi Police Raising Day function here.

Better coordination between Army, police in Kashmir: Government

The Army and Jammu and Kashmir Police have now better means to transmit information about terrorist alerts, parliament was told Tuesday.

No returns filed by over 16,000 NGOs getting foreign aid: Govt

A total of 16,756 NGOs which got foreign funds failed to file their annual returns for 2011-12 under FCRA rules, the government on Wednesday told Parliament.

Stalking, snooping on women to be dealt strictly: RPN Singh

Crimes against women related to snooping, stalking or outraging the modesty will get strict punishment under the law and there should be no politics on these issues, Union minister RPN Singh on Friday said.

RPN Singh`s faux pas on Rajiv Gandhi`s security

Minister of State for Home RPN Singh on Wednesday committed a faux pas when he said the NDA government had failed to provide security to Rajiv Gandhi.

Troops who lay down life are martyrs, no order needed: RPN Singh

Martyr or `shaheed` is not a special category and there is no requirement of a separate notification in this regard, RPN Singh said on Thursday.

NSG commandos get new counter-terror machine

The country`s elite counter-terror force NSG has got a new bullet-proof vehicle which is capable of undertaking specialized operations against terrorists and hijackers.

Centre provided adequate force to UP to deal with clashes: Govt

The Centre had provided more force to Uttar Pradesh than it had asked for to deal with Muzaffarnagar clashes, Union Minister of State for Home RPN Singh said here on Monday.

Shinde, RPN reject allegation of pressurising terror accused in Ajmer blast case

Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde and his deputy RPN Singh on Wednesday rejected the allegation levelled by 2007 Ajmer blast accused Bhavesh Patel that they had pressured him to implicate top RSS functionaries in the case, saying they do not know him.

Ajmer blast accused claims Shinde, Digvijay forced him to implicate RSS chief

In a development which is likely to trigger a political storm in the country, the 2007 Ajmer blast accused, Bhavesh Patel, has accused senior UPA ministers and Congress leaders of pressuring him to name Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat and his close aide Indresh Kumar in connection with the incident.

Show restraint, RPN Singh tells VK Singh, media

Minister of State for Home RPN Singh Tuesday asked former Army chief VK Singh as well as the media to "show restraint" when it comes to talking about sensitive issues dealing with national security.

Party workers to decide on Congress poll candidates: Singh

Union minister RPN Singh on Sunday said the party workers will have a significant say in the selection of Congress candidates for Lok Sabha polls in 2014.

25 per cent communal tensions due to religious disputes: Govt

Around 25 per cent of communal tensions in the country took place due to religious disputes, Minister of State for Home RPN Singh said in Rajya Sabha on Friday.

Women`s representation in police to go up: RPN Singh

The state governments have been asked to increase representation of police to 35 percent in next five years from 5.6 percent, Minister of State for Home RPN Singh said Monday.

Naxals succeed due to forces` failure to adhere to SoPs

The government on Wednesday admitted that the recent attacks carried out by Naxals could be successful due to security forces` failure to adhere to basic policing tactics.

Home Ministry says its position on Indian Mujahideen is clear

Refusing to be dragged into the controversy over Shakeel Ahmed`s statement on creation of IM, Home Ministry said its position on outfit was clear.

No need to ban IPL, guilty will be punished: RPN Singh

Minister of State for Home Affairs RPN Singh on Friday said it would not be right to ban the Indian Premier League in view of fresh revelations in the spot fixing scandal.

Be ready for `new forms of terrorism`: RPN Singh to CISF

RPN Singh on Friday said CISF personnel should be prepared to deal with emerging challenges posed by new forms of terrorism and militancy.

Govt sets up 30 special NIA courts across the country

Amidst demand for expeditious trial of terror cases involving Muslim youth, the Centre has set up 39 special courts across the country to take up cases registered by National Investigation Agency (NIA).