The parliamentary panel will seek to know the exact number of detentions, house arrests and habeas corpus cases filed in the Valley, which came under a communications blockade since August 5.
President Ram Nath Kovind signed the proclamation approving the Union Cabinet’s recommendation to impose President’s rule and keep the legislative assembly under suspended animation on the evening of November 12.
The Pakistani government may have waived the need for a passport for Sikhs pilgrims visiting Kartarpur corridor on Tuesday, but the online registration form compiled by India requires details of their valid passport.
The Indian delegation to the two day seminar on terrorism was led by minister of state G Kishan Reddy, who is also in charge of internal security at the home ministry. Discussing case studies on Islamic State-inspired modules, New Delhi said that most suspects were loosely connected to the Caliphate but followed its ideology.
Home ministry monitoring situation ahead of Ayodhya verdict, sounds general alert across the country
A Constitution bench of 5 judge bench comprising of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi & Justices S.A.Bobde, D Y Chandrachud, Ashok Bhushan and S Abdul Nazeer will pronounce the much-anticipated verdict after a marathon hearing on day to day basis for 40 days. The judgment was reserved the judgment on October 16.
According to the home ministry, over 40,000 NGOs were registered under FCRA till 2011 but the numbers have approximately halved after government tightened norms in 2014. Prominent international organisations, such as Greenpeace and Ford Foundation, came under the ministry scanner for violating the provisions of FCRA, with Greenpeace ending up losing its FCRA account.
Special charge officers will be selected from the ranks of army and paramilitary forces and imparted training for conducting the 2021 census. For population enumeration in areas such as cantonment board and residential colonies of paramilitary personnel, census commissioner will record it as a “service” and not give other details owing to security concerns.
New bill proposes minimum seven years imprisonment instead of three for Arms Act violations. The proposed amendments to Arms Act stipulates jail term that can go up to life imprisonment for possession of weapons looted “from armed forces or police”.
Government officials familiar with the discussion said that arms and ammunition surrendered by rebels could be part of the existing state museum. “Besides weapons, the museum will also honour Naga leaders who were part of the struggle,” an official confirmed.
The Union Home Ministry said that it has come to the govt's notice that lot of rumours is being spread in the media that the final Naga settlement has been arrived at and will be announced soon. The central government has already rejected the NSCN-IM's demand for unification of Naga inhabited areas -- located in Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam.
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