Home Ministry puts Ford Foundation on 'watch list'

The Ministry of Home Affairs has put one of the biggest international funding organisations, Ford Foundation, under a watchlist in national interest and security.

Delhi Police to seek MHA's view before replying to AAP govt

Delhi Police will seek view of the Union Home Ministry before responding to AAP government's directive on furnishing key operation details like transfer and posting policy and information about the personnel who have exceeded their tenure in various posts.

Greenpeace slams govt for suspending licence

 Greenpeace India on Thursday hit out at the government for suspending its licence and blocking foreign funding, saying it will not be "cowed" down by a "campaign against dissent" and is seeking legal counsel in the matter.

Killing of terror operatives: MHA seeks report from T'gana Govt

The Home Ministry on Wednesday sought a report from the Telangana government on the killing of five alleged terror operatives, who were gunned down by police while they were trying to escape from custody.

MHA suspends immigration officer for allegedly harassing woman at IGI airport

The Home Ministry on Friday suspended an immigration officer at the Delhi airport after a female passenger complained that he allegedly verbally sexually harassed her by asking some offensive questions, adding that a departmental action has also been taken against the accused.

Terrorists are attempting infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir: IB to MHA
Terrorists are attempting infiltration in Jammu and Kashmir: IB to MHA

Intelligence Bureau (IB) has issued an alert to Ministry of Home Affairs about a possible infiltration bid and terror attack by the banned militant outfits Lashkar-e-Toiba (LeT) and Hizbul Mujahideen in Samba and Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, reports claimed on Monday.

Opening Ladakh's inner areas for foreign tourists taken up with MHA: J&K govt

Jammu and Kashmir government has taken up with the Centre the opening of inner line areas of Ladakh region for foreign tourists which are till now out of bounds for them as they are covered under the protected areas regime, the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly was informed on Sunday.

MHA seeks report on desecration of church in Haryana

The Home Ministry on Monday asked the Haryana government to send a report on desecration of an under-construction church in Hisar district and the action taken so far.

Govt asks YouTube to remove BBC documentary on Delhi gang-rape

Government has asked video sharing website YouTube to remove the controversial BBC documentary on Delhi gang-rape, saying that it is a very sensitive matter.

MHA recommends against repealing AFSPA

The Home Ministry has recommended against repealing the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, dubbed by its critics as "draconian".

Live telecast of anti-terror ops should be prohibited: MHA

 Taking a step forward to ban live coverage of terror-related operations by TV channels, the Home Ministry has said that 'anti-terror operations' should be prohibited from telecasting.

MHA asks Delhi Police to rein in fringe elements

The Home Ministry has directed the Delhi Police to solve the recent cases of alleged vandalism of Christian establishments in the city as early as possible and said there was an urgent need to act systematically against fringe elements which create disturbance.

MHA may order probe to find if any pattern is behind attacks on churches, school in Delhi

In the backdrop of attacks on some churches in Delhi and vandalisation of a Christian school on Friday, the Home Ministry may order a thorough probe into all these incidents to find whether any particular group or organisation was involved in it.

MHA gives nod for action against Delhi cops who framed Liyaqat Shah

The Home Ministry has given its nod to take action against Delhi Police Special Cell officers who allegedly filed a fabricated case against Liyaqat Shah, labelling him as a terrorist.

Chopperdeal: ED Summons to two Italians to be served through MHA

Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday informed a Delhi court that summons issued to two Italian nationals, chargesheeted by it as accused along with others in a money-laundering case related to Rs 3,600 crore VVIP chopper deal, would be served through Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).

MHA asks states to set up Fast Track Courts to deal with crimes against women

In order to cease crimes against women in the country, the Home Ministery on Monday asked all the states to set up separate Fast Track Courts for such cases.

Cyclone caused heavy damage in Odisha, report in 15 days: Team

The inter-ministerial central team constituted to make assessment of damages caused due to Huhdhud on Wednesday said the last month's cyclone caused "heavy" destruction and a report regarding it would be submitted to the Ministry of Home Affairs in a fortnight.

Delhi HC blast: PIL seeking compensation for 3 victims rejected

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed a PIL seeking enhanced compensation to three victims of the 2011 blast in its premises after the city government said Rs 3 lakhs each had already been paid to them.

Need to ban ISIS: IB writes to Home Ministry

The Intelligence Bureau on Tuesday wrote a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs seeking an immediate ban on notorious militant group– ISIS.

ISIS trying to recruit people from India, need to ban the militant group: IB writes to MHA

The Intelligence Bureau on Tuesday wrote a letter to the Ministry of Home Affairs seeking an immediate ban on notorious militant group– ISIS.