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Centre asks J&K govt to withdraw cases of first time stone pelting offenders

centre asks j&k govt to withdraw cases of first time stone pelting offenders
Centre has asked Jammu and Kashmir Government to withdraw cases of first time offenders involved in stone-pelting.Sources in the Home Ministry said, over 4,500 cases against youths involved in stone..
All India Radio

BCCI discusses NADA issue with Ministry

At loggerheads with the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) on the testing of Indian cricketers, the BCCI on Wednesday discussed the matter with Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and also..
Deccan Herald

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News video: High School Students Plan Funeral for Homeless Army Vet Who Had no Family

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When a veteran with no family died, a group of high school students in Massachusetts were there to honor him and say farewell. The teens from Catholic Memorial High School worked with a local funeral..
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News video: Tikamgarh farmers demanding drought-hit status thrashed, stripped by police, CM Shivraj orders probe

Tikamgarh farmers demanding drought-hit status thrashed, stripped by police, CM Shivraj orders probe 01:46

Madhya Pradesh, Oct 04 (ANI): The Madhya Pradesh Police on Wednesday allegedly thrashed and stripped protesting farmers of Tikamgarh district for demanding drought-hit status. Hours after the incident,..
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Ten-fold increase likely in Centre's share in compensation to family of slain J&K policemen

A whopping ten-fold increase in the Centre's share in the compensation given to the next of kin of Jammu and Kashmir policemen killed while fighting terrorists is in offing as part of the efforts to..
DNA

Rohingya crisis: SC to hear plea against deportation on December 5

The Supreme Court today said it would next month hear the plea of two Rohingya refugees who have approached it against the Centre's decision to deport Rohinigya Muslims to Myanmar. A bench of Chief..
DNA

India-Russia sign pact for visa free entry of flight crew

India and Russia have agreed to implement the general declaration for visa free entry of the crew of chartered and scheduled flights between the two countries.A pact on the issue was signed here..
All India Radio

Intel agencies reject IS claim in Kashmir

Intelligence agencies have rejected links of slain Kashmiri terrorist Mugees Ahmed Mir with Al Qaida or ISIS stating he belonged to Tehreek-Ul-Mujahideen, a little known one of the earliest extremist..
DNA

No authoritative info on presence of Islamic state in J&K: Home Ministry

The government today sought to downplay Islamic State's presence in Jammu and Kashmir, but acknowledged the resurgence of a radical group in the Valley.
DNA

NIA takes over Kanpur principal's murder case

The anti-terror agency filed an FIR on Sunday and took over the case from the Uttar Pradesh Police following the Home Ministry`s November 17 order, almost a year after the murder. 
Zee News

Assam told to accept ration card to update citizen data

The Home Ministry wrote to the state government following reports of retired Army jawans being asked to prove their nationality
DNA

President, Vice- President continue to get less salary than top babus

The proposal for enhancement of the salaries of the President, the Vice President and the Governors was prepared by the Union Home Ministry and forwarded to the Cabinet Secretary more than a year ago..
IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deccan Herald

NIA likely to probe human trafficking cases

Anti-terror probe agency NIA could be empowered to investigate cases of human trafficking, in what seems to be a breakthrough in the nearly year-long consultations among various stakeholders, including..
Deccan Herald

Anti-hijacking law: MoCA may delegate some powers to Home Min

As the NIA probes the first case under the amended Anti-Hijacking Act, the civil aviation ministry plans to delegate certain powers under the stringent law to the home ministry, according to a..
Deccan Herald

Lobbyist's NGO loses FCRA licence over 'fraud'

The probe conducted by the home ministry allegedly disclosed that Advantage India received Rs 73 crore from Airbus SAS and MBDA International between the financial years 2012-13 and 2015-16. In..
IndiaTimes

CBI books Delhi NGO for Rs 90 crore fund misuse

CBI has registered a case against six accused and Delhi based private companies over the allegations of misutilization of foreign contribution which were received for the purpose of carrying out..
All India Radio

Malad IRS scam: New arrests reveal Chinese connection

malad irs scam: new arrests reveal chinese connection
The police have found a Chinese connection in the online IRS racket that was being operated from a fake call centre in Malad, which was busted earlier this month. Two more people have been arrested..
Mid-Day

Centre assures of all help to deal with protests over Padmavati

The Union Home Ministry on Thursday said that it will provide all help to the authorities to maintain law and order amid ongoing protests against director Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Padmavati.
Zee News

Centre takes lead in ensuring crackdown nionagainst cyber crooks

As Jamtara in Jharkhand and Rohtak in Haryana emerge as hubs of cyber and phone frauds, with the countrywide case averaging at 10,000-12,000 a month, the Union home ministry has taken the lead in..
IndiaTimes

Home ministry seeks report from Kerala govt over RSS activist murder in Kerala's Thrissur

The Union Home Ministry on Monday sought within three days a report from the Kerala government on the killing of an RSS activist in the state
Firstpost

Sharma can only succeed if report tabled in Parliament: Farooq

Veteran politician Farooq Abdullah has said the efforts of the Centres special representative for Kashmir can move forward only if Dineshwar Sharmas final report is tabled in the two Houses of..
Deccan Herald

Jharkhand: Security beefed outside Muslim yoga teacher's home after stone-pelting incident

The Jharkhand Police have increased security outside the house of a yoga teacher in Ranchi after she reported receiving threats. Reports on Friday alleged that a mob had pelted stones at her..
DNA


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