No civilian killed in law and order incidents after the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir: Home Ministry
The MoS Home also informed that number of terror incidents has declined significantly, after abrogation of Article 370
Government of India has made it clear that it will not compensate for the death of protesters in farmer protests
Family of the Delhi Police constable, who died of COVID-19, yet to receive the 1 crore promised by Kejriwal
Pooja, the widow of Amit Kumar, said that the Delhi government has rejected compensation for her husband on the grounds that he was not on COVID-19 duty.
How Arvind Kejriwal went from promising Rs 1 crore to COVID warriors who die in line of duty to rejecting claims of 12 cops
Over 7,000 Delhi Police personnel have tested positive for coronavirus till now, of which over 500 are still fighting the disease.
Kejriwal breaks yet another promise: 17 Delhi Police cops lost their lives in coronavirus duty, no compensation received as promised
In April this year, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced Rs 1 crore compensation to those coronavirus warriors who lost their lives in line of duty while fighting COVID-19.
Devika Rotawan, the youngest witness to testify against Ajmal Kasab, moves Bombay HC seeking compensation from Maharashtra govt
The 21-year-old Devika Rotawan was the youngest witness to testify against Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Ajmal Kasab for his involvement in the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
West Bengal: TMC suspends 18 panchayat members over corruption in disbursement of cyclone Amphan funds
"We are rectifying the discrepancies in fund allocation. Every affected family will receive the monetary relief,” TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee was recently quoted as saying.
West Bengal: Panchayat members and affluent people unaffected by Cyclone Amphan receive compensation meant for damage to houses, justify saying it is govt money
Out of 28 people given compensation for house damage due to cyclone in WB, 20 have undamaged houses and are connected to TMC
Uttar Pradesh government to compensate daily labourers who are affected due to coronavirus
The decision to promulgate an ordinance was taken after the Supreme Court refused to stay the Allahabad High Court's March 9 order for removing the state government's posters displaying photographs and names of the rioters involved in damaging properties during the anti-CAA protests in December last year.
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