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Ministry of home affairs

Delhi Excise Policy Scam: Conman Sukesh Chandrasekhar writes letter to Home Ministry, wants to become approver, says he has chats with AAP leaders about...

In his letter to the Home Ministry, Chandrasekhar allegedly included screenshots of conversations between him and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders including former Delhi minister Satyendra Jain and Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal.

Union government revokes FCRA licenses of five prominent NGOs over charges including illegal religious conversions

On 30th March, the Ministry of Home Affairs cancelled the Foreign Contribution Registration Act (FCRA) licence of five prominent non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

Religious hatred, conversion and illegal foreign funding: FCRA license of Tamil Nadu based Christian missionary group Jesus Redeems suspended

'Jesus Redeems' is a registered Christian religious organisation operating in Tamil Nadu under the Indian Trusts Act of 1882.

Mumbai train blast: Death row convict Siddiqui seeks details of officers who investigated his case, Delhi HC turns down petition

"The information is of such a nature, if given to the Petitioner, may expose these officers to grave danger," Justice Prasad held.

Ashok Swain’s OCI is cancelled for anti-India activities: Indian government tells the Delhi High Court

Centre said though the report on Ashok Swain was classified as "Secret", it can be submitted in the court in a sealed cover.

Truckers call off strike after govt assurance that BNS provisions in hit and run cases will be ‘discussed first’: Details

Truckers called off strike after assurance from Home Ministry that provisions under BNS for hit and run cases will be implemented only after consultation with the association

Ministry of Home Affairs declares Goldy Brar, linked to Sidhu Moose Wala’s murder, a terrorist under UAPA

Ministry of Home Affairs declared Goldy Brar terrorist under UAPA

‘Police briefing should not result in media trial’: SC directs Home Ministry to frame guidelines regarding police briefing in criminal cases

The SC stated that police disclosures during media briefings in criminal matters should be objective in nature and not subjective, having a bearing on the guilt of the accused.

Centre revokes OCI card of Kannada actor Chetan Kumar over anti-national activities

Chetan Kumar said in his reply to the home ministry's notice that he should be spared as he has acted in Kannada films.

Ministry of Home Affairs recommends CBI probe against Oxfam India over FCRA violations

Oxfam India's FCRA license ceased on 1st January 2022 after the organisation failed to apply for renewal.

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