Lok Sabha election: BJP declares first list of 184 candidates; at least 35 of 78 MPs re-nominated have criminal cases against them
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its first list of 184 candidates for the Lok Sabha election on Thursday, and the attention is focused on the 'big wigs' who have been retained to make good on the party's ticket.
Rajnath Singh orders fast-tracking recruitment process to fill 55,000 vacancies in paramilitary forces
The vacancies in the paramilitary forces are filled through various modes, including direct recruitment, promotion and by deputation as per the extant provisions of recruitment rules.
A special branch report of the Jharkhand Police revealed that the shelter with the address, ‘SP Moses Phullanwal, Indira Nagar, Pakhowal Road, Ludhiana, Punjab’ has not been registered under the Juvenile Justice Act.
Govt had no plans to repeal Section 377 after 2012 gangrape case, says Union minister Hansraj Ahir in Lok Sabha
"No, madam (Speaker)," was his written reply in Lok Sabha in response to a question on whether the Home Ministry had contemplated repealing Section 377 during its consideration for amendments in the wake of the gang-rape.
Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said after imposition of Governor's rule in Jammu and Kashmir on 20 June, 12 youths were reported to have disappeared and later joined militancy
Narendra Modi govt’s Bastar 'development offensive' showing results, tribals getting first taste of freedom
The evening humdrum in Jagdalpur no way suggests the eradication of Maoism in Bastar but it does indicate that despite the threat, people have lives to live and they have started to do so at least in some parts of Bastar.
The Union home ministry on Sunday claimed there has been "visible improvement" in the security scenario in the country since the Narendra Modi government assumed office four years ago.
AFSPA removed from Meghalaya; Act to remain operational in 3 districts, 8 police stations of Arunachal Pradesh
The Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) was partially revoked in Arunachal Pradesh by being reduced to 8 police stations, media reports said.
Centre begins process of selling 9,400 enemy properties to enrich its coffers by about Rs 1 lakh crore
In a bid to enrich its coffers by about Rs 1 lakh crore, the government has started the process of monetisation of more than 9,400 enemy properties by issuing guidelines and directing the office of the custodian to submit a list of all such movable and immovable assets within three months, officials said.
The Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) are facing a shortage of mine-protected vehicles (MPVs), Minister of State for Home Hansraj Gangaram Ahir informed Parliament on Tuesday.
Iran president Hassan Rouhani arrives in India on three-day visit, calls for unity among Shias and Sunnis
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Hyderabad on Thursday on a three-day visit to India
The committee in its interim findings found that "CERT-In could not establish any involvement of Blue Whale game in any of the incidents reported to them".
Blue Whale game couldn't be established as 'child killer', Union minister Hansraj Gangaram Ahir tells Lok Sabha
Incidents of children committing suicide after playing online "Blue Whale Challenge Game" in states and Union Territories could not be established in a CERT-In investigation, parliament was informed on Tuesday.
'103 Indians suspected of being Islamic State sympathisers arrested': Telangana worst affected state; Uttarakhand, Kerala follow
As many as 103 people accused of being Islamic State sympathisers have been arrested across 14 states by the National Investigation Agency (NIA), the central counter terrorism law enforcement agency, and other state security agencies, according to government data.
India cannot trust Rohingyas as they are "illegal migrants" and not Indian nationals, Union minister of state for home affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said on Thursday.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Centre says it has no information on ISI's 'new method' to fund spies in India
Government has no specific or credible information about a "new method" allegedly devised by Pakistan's spy agency ISI to fund spies who gather secret
As many as 288 cases of honour killing were reported between 2014 and 2016, the honour killing was informed on Tuesday.
Gorkhaland agitation: GJM, other parties take out rallies, criticise Centre in Darjeeling on 42nd day
The GJM activists and those of other parties took out processions in its various parts, flaying the Centre for ignoring people's aspirations for a separate state on the 42nd day of indefinite shutdown in the Darjeeling hills.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Offences of religious, racial enmity rose by 41% in last 3 yrs, says Centre
The number of offences promoting enmity on communal and racial lines has gone up by 41 percent in the country in the last three years, the government told the Lok Sabha
Parliament's Monsoon Session: Existing laws are enough to check mob lynchings, says BJP minister Hansraj Ahir
The government is not mulling a separate law to tackle mob lynching incidents, Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Gangaram Ahir said on Wednesday.