Ministry of home affairs
Union Home Ministry forms four-member fact-finding team to probe post-election violence in West Bengal
Multiple reports of brutal killings, arson, loot, rape and vandalism have come forth from different parts of West Bengal since May 2
‘Migrant labourers being drugged and forced to work longer as bonded labourers, used for cross-border drug smuggling’, MHA writes to Punjab govt
MHA said that human trafficking syndicates hire such labourers from their native places, and they are exploited in Punjab
Badruddin Ajmal's NGOs accused of receiving funds from terror-linked foreign organisation, MHA starts probe.
Spy agents of China were receiving assistance from deep-rooted Pakistani spy ring to establish their networks in India.
‘The law applies equally to all and it shall apply to Amnesty International as well,’ MHA gives the dubious NGO a royal dressing down....
Amnesty International had accused the central govt of a witch-hunt against it blaiming them for its decision to wrap up
National Investigation Agency receives an email with death threat issued against Prime Minister Narendra Modi: Reports Times Now
Following the letter issuing death threats to PM Narendra Modi, the security cover for the Prime Minister has been enhanced
Union govt issues guidelines for Unlock 3.0- Gymnasiums, Yoga classes allowed to open from August 5, schools to remain shut
The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued a fresh set of guidelines for Unlock 3.0 as a part of the phased reopening of the county
Pakistani Bollywood ‘event manager’ accused of terror links blacklisted by Home Ministry: Here are the details
G Kishan Reddy said that Ministry of External Affairs has apprised that Pakistan Bollywood event manager Rehan Siddiqui has been blacklisted
Tablighi Jamaat members tried to cheat the system when they entered India on a tourist visa: Here is what MHA affidavit says
From the response issued by MHA to the Supreme Court, it is evident that the members of the Tablighi Jamaat misrepresented the reasons for their visit to India
Home Ministry calls out Reuters’ misleading report claiming Army has taken over COVID-19 facilities in Delhi, says ‘The news is far away from reality’
While one temporary Coronavirus hospital has been handed over to ITBP, Reuters claims all Delhi Coronavirus hospitals given to army