Home Ministry reviews border infrastructure
While the BRO is responsible for laying 3,191 km of road at an expenditure of ₹23,650 crore, the home ministry’s BM division has sanctioned 855.26 km for ₹2777.08 crore to develop infrastructure in the border areas shared with China, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh, as per officials.
Home Minister Amit Shah reviews COVID-19 situation in Delhi-NCR
The movement of people between Delhi and NCR districts also figured in the me...
Lab facilities under Centre being extended to us for more testing: Delhi Heath Minister
Delhi recorded 2,224 coronavirus cases on Sunday, the...
Home secretary holds review meeting on Delhi Covid scene
The survey is expected to start by this week. A central government panel constituted under the directions of Shah has recommended complete sero-surveillance in the city to detect the trend of Covid-19 infection in the population of Delhi.
Home Ministry monitoring lockdown 4.0 measures along with states: Official
an MHA Joint Secretary said the lockdown has been extended till May 31 in public interest for which fresh directives have been issued keeping only a limited number of activities prohibited. State governments are marking areas as Red, Green, Orange, Buffer and Containment zones in accordance with the Health Ministry guidelines.
Home Ministry launches online portal for states to monitor movement of migrant workers
“The portal will maintain a central repository and help the sending as well as receiving State and district to ask for and give their acceptance in an online format seamlessly. This system will help in speedy communication between states without creating additional work at the level of the field officers,” the home ministry said.
Housing, resettlement societies fuel surge in cases across Delhi
Deploying the rapid antigen testing kit, Delhi government is now conducting improved surveillance and contact tracing.
West Bengal government not cooperating: Home ministry
“It has been brought to the notice of this ministry that both IMCTs at Kolkata and Jalpaiguri, respectively, have not been provided with the requisite cooperation by the state and local authorities. They have been specifically restrained from making visits, interacting with health professionals and assessing the ground level situation,” the MHA said in its letter to the West Bengal chief secretary.
Govt releases lockdown 5.0 guidelines: Here's what's allowed and what's not
All activities banned earlier will be opened up in areas outside Containment Zones in a phased manner.
MHA blacklists 2,550 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members; bans entry into India for 10 years
The home ministry has blacklisted 2,550 foreign Tablighi Jamaat members and banned their entry into India for 10 years, a home ministry official said.
Some industries have begun operations in Sanand, Gujarat: Home Ministry
Giving details of their findings, she said the team that has gone to Ahmedabad found that in Sanand industrial base, the pharmaceutical industry is functioning. Auto industrial units in the base have re-started functions and are working at 50 per cent capacity, she said.
Health Minister Harsh Vardhan appeals all states, UTs to ban sale of tobacco products, spitting in public
In a letter to all state health ministers, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said smokeless tobacco users have a tendency to spit in public places or otherwise and therefore, increase health risks especially those of spreading contagious diseases like COVID-19, tuberculosis, swine flu, encephalitis and others.
Bangladeshi Tablighis allowed to leave India only after MEA nod: Bengal Home Secretary
Recently, Dhankhar had raised the issue of 19 Tablighi Jamaatis who had to be offloaded and detained at the Bureau of Immigration at the Haridaspur border a few days ago. Dhankhar had questioned the movement of the Tablighi Jamaat members as there was a look-out notice against them for violating visa norms.
Amit Shah holds all-party meet on COVID-19 situation in Delhi
Amit Shah apprised the leaders of four major political parties of Delhi on the steps taken to check the coronavirus pandemic and sought their views on the issue, a Home Ministry official said. Leaders of the BJP, Congress, Aam Aadmi Party and the BSP have attended the meeting.
Here's the full list of new guidelines issues by the Home Ministry
The home ministry also said bread factories and flour mills located in urban areas can restart operations during the ongoing lockdown to combat the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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