Complaint filed against NGO, ‘Serve India Ministries’ for indulging in illegal conversions, anti-Hindu hate speech, FCRA violations
Legal Rights Protection Forum (LRPF) has flagged a web of illegal activities of Christian organisation 'Serve India Ministries', including nefarious activities of illegal conversions of poor Hindus using deceit, hate speech, enticements and FCRA violations
Not more than 50 people in weddings, no more than 20 in funerals: MHA issues national directives for public gatherings and offices during lockdown
The MHA Joint Secretary has made it clear that the congregation of more than 5 people is not allowed in shops or in any public space.
Liquor shops had to be forced shut-in places such as Mayur Vihar and Krishna Nagar.
Coronavirus Lockdown: Central govt partially reopens the country with limited restrictions from 4th May, here is what will be allowed and not allowed
Nationwide lockdown extended for two weeks after 3 May, large number of activities to be allowed in red, orange and green zones
Hyderabad: Legal organisation writes to Union Home Ministry, alerts about Christian NGO’s alleged FCRA violations and evangelist activities
LRPF has alleged that harvest India calls itself a charitable NGO but seeks funds in the name of missionary activities.
Air India may begin operation from mid-May, operations to begin in major cities once lockdown ends: Reports
According to an internal mail, accessed by ANI, which was sent to the operation staff, Air India has sought crew availability and details for transport security pass for domestic and international operations.
Home Ministry allows movement of stranded migrant workers, students, tourists and others to their home states by bus
Home ministry issues guidelines for movement of people stranded at different places due to the coronavirus lockdown.
Here is the list of clarifications issued by the Home Ministry regarding the relaxation to open shops selling non-essential items
After MHA allowed to open shops selling non-essential items, a series of clarifications were issued due to confusion created by the order
The blacklisting order will prohibit them from entering India for at least two years.
Home Minister Amit Shah calls out Congress’ petty politics, asks the grand old party to not mislead people
Home Minister Shah said that the Congress was playing politics at a time when India under the leadership of PM Modi is being praised both domestically and globally for the efforts to fight the Chinese coronavirus.