Articles about Union Home Ministry

Revoke Bilkis Bano case convicts' release: 6,000 citizens urge SC
Revoke Bilkis Bano case convicts' release: 6,000 citizens urge SC

Over 6,000 citizens including bureaucrats, women and human rights' activists, historians and grassroots workers among others have urged the Supreme Court in a joint statement to revoke the early release of 11 convicts in Bilkis Bano case.

Shah Faesal returns, appointed deputy secretary in Ministry of Culture

13 Aug 2022

Jammu And Kashmir
Shah Faesal returns, appointed deputy secretary in Ministry of Culture

Shah Faesal, a Kashmiri Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer who resigned from the bureaucracy in 2019 to launch his political party only to leave politics later, has been appointed deputy secretary in the Culture Ministry.

#NewsBytesExplainer: Why is armed forces' Agnipath recruitment scheme facing criticism

15 Jun 2022

Indian Army
#NewsBytesExplainer: Why is armed forces' Agnipath recruitment scheme facing criticism

The Centre unveiled the Agnipath scheme on Tuesday, a new recruiting strategy for the armed services aimed at reducing wage and pension costs.

'Who can stop us from writing history?' asks Amit Shah

10 Jun 2022

Delhi
'Who can stop us from writing history?' asks Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday said governments cannot "create history" and called on society to take the initiative to portray history in its true form.

Power crisis: Home Minister Amit Shah holds high-level meeting

02 May 2022

Delhi
Power crisis: Home Minister Amit Shah holds high-level meeting

Amid a power crisis in India, Union Home Minister Amit Shah reportedly convened a high-level meeting on Monday to review the situation.

India preparing dossier of Pakistan-based terrorists for UN to see

20 Apr 2022

Jammu And Kashmir
India preparing dossier of Pakistan-based terrorists for UN to see

India is preparing a dossier of Pakistan-based terrorists operating in Jammu and Kashmir to raise the issue with the United Nations in order to corner them, Hindustan Times reported, citing Union Home Ministry officials.

Birbhum violence: 11 arrested; MHA seeks report from Bengal government

23 Mar 2022

West Bengal
Birbhum violence: 11 arrested; MHA seeks report from Bengal government

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday sought a report from the West Bengal government after eight people, including two children, were charred to death in violence that broke out in the state's Birbhum district after the murder of local Trinamool Congress leader and panchayat deputy chief Bhadu Sheikh.

India bans 54 more Chinese apps over security concerns

14 Feb 2022

India China Border
India bans 54 more Chinese apps over security concerns

The Indian government has decided to ban 54 more Chinese mobile applications that allegedly pose a threat to the country's security, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said on Monday.

Modi's Punjab visit impeded by 'major lapse in security'

05 Jan 2022

Narendra Modi
Modi's Punjab visit impeded by 'major lapse in security'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday canceled his visit to Ferozepur, Punjab over a "major lapse in security," the Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement.

No Omicron cases in India: Health Minister tells Parliament

30 Nov 2021

Jyotiraditya Scindia
No Omicron cases in India: Health Minister tells Parliament

Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya Tuesday informed the Rajya Sabha that no cases of the Omicron variant of coronavirus have been detected in India.

J&K: August 2019 marked end of terrorism, says Amit Shah

23 Oct 2021

Jammu And Kashmir
J&K: August 2019 marked end of terrorism, says Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said that terrorism and stone-pelting have reduced since the revocation of Jammu and Kashmir's special status on August 5, 2019.

All Afghans must travel to India on e-Visa: Government

25 Aug 2021

Afghanistan
All Afghans must travel to India on e-Visa: Government

The Union Home Ministry on Wednesday announced that all Afghan nationals henceforth must travel to India only on e-Visa in view of the prevailing situation in Afghanistan.

Home Ministry notifies August 14 as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day

14 Aug 2021

Narendra Modi
Home Ministry notifies August 14 as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day

The Union Home Ministry on Saturday issued a notification declaring that August 14 will be observed as Partition Horrors Remembrance Day to salute those who sacrificed their lives during the country's partition, hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the announcement to this effect.

Assam issues advisory against traveling to Mizoram citing safety threat

30 Jul 2021

Mizoram
Assam issues advisory against traveling to Mizoram citing safety threat

Issuing a first-of-its-kind travel advisory, the Assam government has asked the people of the state not to travel to the neighboring state, Mizoram, saying there is a "threat to personal safety."

Coronavirus: Centre flags increase in 'R' factor in several states

14 Jul 2021

Narendra Modi
Coronavirus: Centre flags increase in 'R' factor in several states

The Indian government today raised concerns over an increase in the 'R' factor linked to the coronavirus' spread in several states and union territories.

MHA forms four-member team to probe post-poll violence in WB

06 May 2021

West Bengal
MHA forms four-member team to probe post-poll violence in WB

The Union Home Ministry has formed a four-member fact-finding team to look into the reasons for the post-poll violence in West Bengal and also assess the ground situation in the state, the officials said on Thursday.

States allowed to impose local curbs: Centre's new COVID-19 guidelines

23 Mar 2021

Coronavirus
States allowed to impose local curbs: Centre's new COVID-19 guidelines

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Tuesday issued new guidelines for the containment of COVID-19.

Left with no option: Centre defends police crackdown on farmers

02 Feb 2021

Delhi Police
Left with no option: Centre defends police crackdown on farmers

The central government on Tuesday defended the police crackdown on farmers protesting against new agricultural laws.

Home Ministry hands over Delhi blast probe to NIA
Home Ministry hands over Delhi blast probe to NIA

The Union Home Ministry on Tuesday reportedly handed over the probe into the blast near the Israel embassy in Delhi to the National Investigation Agency (NIA).

Meet India's frontline workers who received first COVID-19 vaccine shots

17 Jan 2021

Mumbai
Meet India's frontline workers who received first COVID-19 vaccine shots

On Saturday, India launched its COVID-19 vaccination drive, inoculating 1.91 lakh people on the first day alone.

Withdraw order allowing 100% theater occupancy: Centre to Tamil Nadu

06 Jan 2021

India
Withdraw order allowing 100% theater occupancy: Centre to Tamil Nadu

The central government on Wednesday asked the Tamil Nadu government to reverse an order allowing full occupancy in cinema halls.

Kejriwal put under house arrest, claims AAP; Delhi Police denies

08 Dec 2020

Twitter
Kejriwal put under house arrest, claims AAP; Delhi Police denies

In a sensational claim which may start another political slugfest between Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the former alleged on Tuesday that Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been put under house arrest, a charge denied by Delhi Police, which is governed by the Centre.

Ensure peace and tranquillity: Centre's advisory on 'Bharat bandh' tomorrow

07 Dec 2020

Farmers Protest
Ensure peace and tranquillity: Centre's advisory on 'Bharat bandh' tomorrow

The central government on Monday issued an advisory ahead of Tuesday's nationwide strike or "Bharat bandh" announced by farmers protesting against the new agricultural laws.

Coronavirus: Delhi crosses 5,000-mark for third straight day, rings alarm

31 Oct 2020

Arvind Kejriwal
Coronavirus: Delhi crosses 5,000-mark for third straight day, rings alarm

Delhi is once again being burdened by coronavirus caseload, as for the third consecutive day on Friday, the National Capital recorded more than 5,000 cases. On Friday, a record 5,891 fresh cases came to the fore; on Thursday, Delhi reported 5,739 cases, and on Wednesday, 5,673 cases.

Violence at Assam-Mizoram border leaves several injured, Centre intervenes

19 Oct 2020

Narendra Modi
Violence at Assam-Mizoram border leaves several injured, Centre intervenes

The Centre has called a meeting between Assam and Mizoram after a violent clash at the states' border on Saturday evening left at least seven people injured.

What to expect when movie halls reopen from October 15

02 Oct 2020

Maharashtra
What to expect when movie halls reopen from October 15

Unlock 5.0 is particularly relieving for cinema buffs in India.

Centre attaches properties of pro-Khalistan designated terrorists under UAPA

08 Sep 2020

Punjab
Centre attaches properties of pro-Khalistan designated terrorists under UAPA

The central government has ordered the attachment of properties of designated terrorists Gurpatwant Singh Pannun and Hardeep Singh Nijjar under the stringent Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act or UAPA.

Centre asks states not to stop inter-state movement of persons/goods

22 Aug 2020

Union Health Ministry
Centre asks states not to stop inter-state movement of persons/goods

Union Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla on Saturday wrote to the governments of all states and union territories, reminding them that there shall be no restrictions on the inter-state and intra-state movement of goods and persons.

In coronavirus era, how will India celebrate Independence Day?
In coronavirus era, how will India celebrate Independence Day?

Each Independence Day celebration trumps the last one with respect to grandeur, but this year India will have watered-down festivities, considering the coronavirus pandemic.

Pakistan's spy agency ISI and JeM planned Pulwama attack: NIA

13 Aug 2020

Pakistan News
Pakistan's spy agency ISI and JeM planned Pulwama attack: NIA

The Pulwama attack of February 14, 2019, wasn't merely the brainchild of Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed but the country's spy agency ISI was also involved in it, the charge-sheet of National Investigation Agency (NIA) claims, as per a report in HT.

India mulls ban on 275 more Chinese apps, including PUBG

27 Jul 2020

India
India mulls ban on 275 more Chinese apps, including PUBG

Weeks after banning as many as 59 applications from China over safety concerns, India has put 275 more apps from the neighboring nation on its radar.

CBI probe not needed in Sushant's case, says Maharashtra minister

17 Jul 2020

Narendra Modi
CBI probe not needed in Sushant's case, says Maharashtra minister

Maharashtra Home Minister Anil Deshmukh has said that there is no need for a CBI inquiry into late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death. He added that the Mumbai Police, which is currently investigating the matter, is competent enough to handle the case.

Sushant's death: Rhea wants CBI investigation, writes to Amit Shah
Sushant's death: Rhea wants CBI investigation, writes to Amit Shah

Confirming for the first time that she was late actor Sushant Singh Rajput's girlfriend, actor Rhea Chakraborty urged Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday to order a CBI investigation into his untimely demise.

India enters Unlock 1.0: What has changed in the states?

01 Jun 2020

Chhattisgarh
India enters Unlock 1.0: What has changed in the states?

Four legs of lockdown later, India entered the first phase of the three-phased unlock plan on Monday, ground rules of which were announced by the Union Home Ministry on Saturday.

Bengal denying trains to migrants, it's injustice: Shah to Banerjee

09 May 2020

Karnataka
Bengal denying trains to migrants, it's injustice: Shah to Banerjee

Trains meant to ferry migrant workers to their home states sparked a battle between political adversaries Amit Shah and Trinamool's Mamata Banerjee with the former writing a letter today underlining that Banerjee's government was doing "injustice".

Aarogya Setu is now mandatory for public, private employees

03 May 2020

Coronavirus
Aarogya Setu is now mandatory for public, private employees

Aarogya Setu, the COVID-19 contact-tracing app launched by the Government of India, has been made mandatory for public and private sector employees across the country.

Uttar Pradesh: Migrant workers scramble for bananas in Prayagraj

02 May 2020

Jharkhand
Uttar Pradesh: Migrant workers scramble for bananas in Prayagraj

In a scene that should collectively shame all, desperate migrant workers were seen scrambling for bananas in Uttar Pradesh's Prayagraj from behind iron gates.

Bengal assures cooperation to Centre's COVID-19 teams sent for assessment

22 Apr 2020

West Bengal
Bengal assures cooperation to Centre's COVID-19 teams sent for assessment

Earlier, the coronavirus pandemic fueled tensions between Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government and the Centre, ruled by BJP. But, the Bengal government assured on Tuesday that the visiting teams would be given full cooperation in the state.

Watch out! Hackers are bombing Zoom classes with porn

21 Apr 2020

India
Watch out! Hackers are bombing Zoom classes with porn

As India faces the COVID-19 lockdown, educators are rushing to use digital resources to ensure students keep learning even while being at home.

Indian government says Zoom is 'not safe' to use
Indian government says Zoom is 'not safe' to use

Zoom, the video conferencing app that shot to fame before being embroiled in several privacy-related debacles, has been red-flagged by the Indian government.

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