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Land for displaced Kashmiri Pandits identified in the Valley

Land for displaced Kashmiri Pandits identified in the Valley

At least three sites have been identified by the Jammu and Kashmir government for setting up colonies for displaced Kashmiri Pandits and it has been conveyed to the Union Home Ministry for assessment.

No plans to restart ceasefire with NSCN-K: Home ministry

After abrogating the ceasefire, Khaplang`s rebels went on a killing spree, attacking Indian soldiers in Nagaland and Manipur.  

Consider plea for Bharat Ratna to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Madras HC tells Centre

Consider plea for Bharat Ratna to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, Madras HC tells Centre

The Madras High Court on Tuesday directed the Union Home Ministry to consider a plea seeking conferment of Bharat Ratna on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

Women cops stay thirsty to avoid urination due to privacy, sanitation issues at work: Survey

Women cops stay thirsty to avoid urination due to privacy, sanitation issues at work: Survey

Even as the government plans to induct more women into police as part of its empowerment drive, a survey conducted among those serving has found they still grapple with lack of basic amenities like toilets, uncomfortable duty gear and want of privacy.

Reshuffle in key posts in Ministry of Home Affairs

There are around 22 Joint Secretaries in the Home Ministry in addition to five Additional Secretaries and three Secretary -level officers. 

DDCA inquiry commission in accordance with law, only court can stop it, says Arvind Kejriwal

DDCA inquiry commission in accordance with law, only court can stop it, says Arvind Kejriwal

Refusing to buzz under any pressure, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said the commission of inquiry constituted by his government will continue its probe into alleged irregularities in DDCA even after it was declared illegal by the Union Home Ministry .

DANICS-cadre officers on mass leave against suspension order

Delhi government bureaucrats Thursday went on mass leave to protest against the suspension of two DANICS-cadre officers even as the Union Home Ministry declared the suspension as null and void.

Possibility of heavy to very heavy rains in Tamil Nadu for next 2 days

The low pressure over Bay of Bengal will bring rains to Tamil Nadu and Puduchery on Sunday, the Regional Meteorological Center on Saturday said, warning of 'heavy to very heavy rains' for the two days.

Bureaucratic reshuffle: 22 new Joint Secretaries appointed

Senior IPS officer Satyendra Garg is among four Joint Secretaries appointed in Union Home Ministry.

Don't discriminate against minorities while registering FIRs: Home Ministry to states

Don't discriminate against minorities while registering FIRs: Home Ministry to states

The Union Home Ministry on Wednesday told state governments not to discriminate against minorities while registering FIRs.

NSCN-K ban order no mention of killing army soldiers

The Union Home Ministry, which banned the Naga insurgent group NSCN-K, responsible for the killing of 18 Indian army soldiers, has made no mention of the outfit's involvement in the deadly attack on June 4 in Manipur.

Dadri lynching: MHA asks all states to ensure zero tolerance towards any attempt to incite communal tension

Dadri lynching: MHA asks all states to ensure zero tolerance towards any attempt to incite communal tension

In the backdrop of the lynching of a Muslim man in Dadri over allegations of eating beef, the Ministry of Home Affairs issued an advisory to state governments on Monday stating that zero tolerance had to be maintained for any attempt to weaken the secular fabric of nation.

Delhi govt seeks MHA's advice on LG warning its officials

Refusing to budge from its position, Delhi government on Monday decided to seek Union Home Ministry's advice relating to an order by Lt Governor Najeeb Jung warning city officials not to follow "illegal" orders of the Arvind Kejriwal dispensation.

Permission for Taslima to stay on in India expires, likely to be extended

Government's permission for exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasreen to stay on in India expired on Monday amidst indications that it is all set to be extended.

Home ministry forms panel on policing India-Myanmar border

The union home ministry has formed a committee on effective policing along the India-Myanmar border, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Tuesday.

Govt formalises strategies to counter ISIS threat, maintain internal security

Govt formalises strategies to counter ISIS threat, maintain internal security

Involvement of community elders, monitoring of radical social media platforms and real-time sharing of information are a few steps government plans to take to prevent youths getting attracted to radical ideologies, such as that propagated by ISIS.

Sun TV row: 45 FM radio stations, 33 TV channels may face ban

Notwithstanding objections from Information and Broadcasting Ministry, Union Home Ministry last week made it clear that it will not give security clearance to Kalanithi Maran-owned Sun television network, alleging that many rules had been violated by the owners.

Sun TV down 3.5%; shares extend losses for 6th straight day

Sun TV down 3.5%; shares extend losses for 6th straight day

Shares of Sun TV Network on Monday fell by 3.5 percent , extending downfall for the sixth straight session, after the Union Home Ministry clarified last week that it will not give security clearance to the Kalanithi Maran-owned company.

Greenpeace International member Aaron Gray-Block was blacklisted, hence denied entry: Home Ministry

The union home ministry on Monday said Greenpeace International member Aaron Gray-Block was barred from entering India "because he was blacklisted by the government".