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Nityanand-Rai
Govt committed to return land to Kashmiri Pandits: Minister
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Six-fold hike in budget for security of Indo-China border over previous year: MHA
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Responding to a question asked by BJP MP Dilip Saikia, the Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said that the funds allocated for the security of border areas of the North East states have been utilised within the stipulated time frame. Listing out the funds allocated under BIM, he said the MHA has increased BIM funds for the Indo-China border areas from Rs 42.87 crore in 2020-21 to Rs 249.12 crore in 2021-22 that is nearly around six times higher than the last year.
Nityanand-Rai
Data of detention centres is maintained by concerned states: MHA to RS
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The MHA has delegated the power to the state governments to make the required arrangements to run for these centers or camps. Replying to a question in the Upper House on Wednesday, the MHA said 100 Foreigners Tribunals (FTs) are currently operating in Assam, the Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai said.
Narendra-Modi
PM's security breach: Centre issues show cause notice to Bathinda SSP
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On Wednesday, the Prime Minister's rally in Ferozepur had to be cancelled due to a security lapse after some protesters blocked a route and forced Modi's convoy to spend about 15-20 minutes on a flyover. The Prime Minister was enroute the National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala when the incident happened. Meanwhile, an MHA team investigating the breach of security reached the spot on Friday to find out the reasons that led to the Prime Minister's cavalcade remaining stranded on the flyover for 15-20 minutes.
Anurag-Thakur
Home ministry will take big and tough decisions: Anurag Thakur on PM security breach
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Anurag Thakur made this remark to a question during a media briefing on cabinet decisions here. "Yesterday, there was a big lapse in the security of the Prime Minister in Punjab. Some people have gone to the Supreme Court in this matter. The country's judicial system does justice to everyone and when such mistakes happen, whatever steps need to be taken will be taken. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has also sought a report. The home ministry is collecting every information related to the matter and will take big and tough decisions," Thakur said.
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MHA
MHA seeks report from Punjab govt over PM security breach
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In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said, "Today morning Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed at Bathinda from where he was to go to the National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala by helicopter. Due to rain and poor visibility, the Prime Minister waited for about 20 minutes for the weather to clear out. When the weather did not improve, it was decided that he would visit the National Marytrs Memorial via road, which would take more than two hours. He proceeded to travel by road after necessary confirmation of necessary security arrangements by the DGP Punjab Police," the MHA said.
Ministry of Home Affairs
Govt did not freeze bank accounts of Missionaries of Charity: MHA
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The Ministry also said that the renewal application under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) for the renewal of FCRA registration of Missionaries of Charity (MoC) was refused on December 25, 2021 for not meeting the eligibility conditions under FCRA 2010 and Foreign Contribution Regulation Rules (FCRR) 2011. It also said that no request or revision application has been received from MoC to review this refusal of renewal.
Narendra-Modi
Modi suggests setting up High-Power Police Technology Mission
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Addressing the 56th DGsP/IGsP Conference in Lucknow, Modi called for constituting the High-Power Police Technology Mission, to adopt future technologies for grass root policing requirements and suggested development of inter-operable technologies, which would benefit police forces across the country. The Prime Minister gave examples of CoWIN, GeM and UPI as he cited the importance of technology in the lives of the general public.
Zakir Naik
Government extends ban on Zakir Naik's Islamic Research Foundation for 5 more years
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A notification issued by the MHA on November 15, said that Islamic Research Foundation (IFB) has been indulging in activities prejudicial to the security of the country and have the potential of disturbing peace and communal harmony and disrupting the secular fabric of the country.
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