PVR, Inox Leisure share prices increase by 12 percent after govt permits reopening of cinema halls from 15 October
On 30 September, the Union Home Ministry said activities permitted from 15 October include cinemas, theatres, and multiplexes that can open with up to 50 percent of their seating capacity.
Centre writes to Kerala govt over easing of coronavirus lockdown restrictions, says decision violates MHA guidelines
The Kerala government has announced relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in two zones, allowing among others private vehicles movement in an odd-even basis and dine-in services at hotels from Monday.
Accurate data of illegal immigrants entering, living in India not centrally maintained by MHA, govt tells Lok Sabha
An accurate data of the number of illegal immigrants in the country, including Delhi, is not maintained centrally as they enter India without valid travel documents in a clandestine and surreptitious manner
Home ministry issues notification making Aadhaar mandatory for benefits under scheme for civilian victims of terror, communal violence
Aadhaar will be required for getting benefits under a central government scheme for providing financial assistance to family members of victims of violence perpetrated by terrorists or Naxals, and communal riots
MHA 'fact-checks' report suggesting Aadhaar or passport required for NPR, but confusion over 'voluntary' furnishing of ID prevails
The Union Home Ministry on Thursday clarified that the authorities will not ask for any documents during the house-to-house survey for updating the National Population Register and that information provided by individuals would be accepted and recorded.
Parliamentary panel chaired by Congress' Anand Sharma to meet home ministry and Delhi Police to take stock of crime in National Capital
Committee, chaired by senior Congress leader Anand Sharma, is likely to quiz the officials on the recent violence in JNU
How many immigrants will benefit from Citizenship Act? 25,447 Hindus, 5,807 Sikhs, 55 Christians, two Buddhists and two Parsis, says Intelligence Bureau
Those who will immediately benefit from the Citizenship Amendment Act are a total of "31,313 persons belonging to minority communities, including "25,447 Hindu, 5,807 Sikhs, 55 Christians, 2 Buddhists and 2 Parsis who have been given Long Term Visa on the basis of their claim of religious persecution in their respective countries and want Indian Citizenship".
Balwant Singh Rajoana's death sentence commuted to life imprisonment; he was key conspirator in ex-Punjab CM's murder
Rajoana was charged as the key conspirator in the murder of Singh in 1995. Arrested shortly after the then Chief Minister's assassination, Rajoana confessed to his crime in 1997.
Gandhi Jayanti 2019: Home ministry to release around 600 prisoners not convicted for murder, rape, corruption from jails across India
Prisoners, including politicians, who have been convicted in cases of murder, rape or corruption, will not be released as part of the amnesty scheme
MHA refutes reports claiming thousands partook in demonstrations in J&K; few stray protests in Srinagar, Baramulla, says spokesperson
Union Home Ministry denied reports which claimed a thousand people in Jammu and Kashmir had organised a demonstration against Article 370
Air India to reduce fare for flights to-and-fro Srinagar till 15 August, says company spokesperson after Civil Aviation Ministry advises to rein in surging airfare for pilgrims
Air India spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said, 'Air India has decided to cap the fare at Rs 9500 for all our flights to and from Srinagar till 15 August'. The Ministry of Civil Aviation on Saturday advised airlines to rein in the surging airfare, for pilgrims returning from the Amarnath Yatra.
The Lok Sabha on Monday passed the NIA amendment bill to allow it to probe terrorist acts against Indians and Indian interests.
Speaking about the status of the NRC, Biplab Kumar Deb said at the India Today Conclave East 2018: "...everybody is waiting and watching what is happening in Assam, including the central government, the Supreme Court and people of India, let it happen."
Sarbananda Sonowal has spoken to the Prime Minister's office and the Union Home Ministry regarding the search and rescue operation of the missing family in Assam
Pakistan's prime minister-elect Imran Khan called up Navjot Sidhu to extend invitation to his oath-taking ceremony in Islamabad on 18 August
The Centre on Wednesday termed as "sketchy" details on the panchayat polls violence and asked the West Bengal government to send another report, an official said.
The cyber crime centre would also block those websites which flout India's laws and circulate child porn, and communally and racially sensitive content.
NPF asks ally BJP to set timeline for resolving political crisis in Nagaland, after Ram Madhav said Assembly polls would fetch solutions
A day after the ruling Naga People's Front (NPF) in Nagaland decided to reinstate its ties with the BJP, a senior state minister on Wednesday asked the saffron party to come out with the "exact timeline" of bringing to rest the vexed Naga political issue
Centre receives report on Maharashtra violence, assures Fadnavis govt of necessary help to bring normalcy
The Union Home Ministry has received a factual report from the Maharashtra government on the prevailing situation in the state in the wake of caste based violence there, a ministry spokesperson said on Thursday.
Babri Masjid demolition 25th anniversary: Home Ministry advises states to take precautionary measures to maintain communal harmony
Union home ministry has issued an advisory to all states ahead of the 25th anniversary of Babri Masjid structure demolition to take steps to maintain communal harmony