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  • Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    In a bid to pacify angry protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a committee appointed by the Union Home Ministry has suggested setting 1951 as the cut-off year for defining the indigenous people of Assam and introducing an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to restrict the flow of outsiders into the state.

  • Union Ministers' Report On J&K Sent To PM's Office, Say Sources

    Union Ministers' Report On J&K Sent To PM's Office, Say Sources

    A bulky report on Jammu and Kashmir, based on the inputs received from more than 30 Union Ministers, has been compiled by the home ministry. In January, 37 Central ministers visited Jammu and Kashmir to assess the ground situation and interact with the locals regarding various development schemes.

  • Assam NRC Data Disappears From Cloud. Home Ministry Says Technical Issue

    Assam NRC Data Disappears From Cloud. Home Ministry Says Technical Issue

    The data of the final citizens' list in Assam, published last August, has vanished from the website of the state National Register of Citizens (NRC) where the data was published as mandated by the Supreme Court. The Union Home Ministry said the NRC data is safe and cited "some technical issue in visibility on cloud". The ministry said the problem i...

  • Another Batch Of Foreign Envoys To Visit Jammu And Kashmir

    Another Batch Of Foreign Envoys To Visit Jammu And Kashmir

    A second batch of foreign envoys will be taken to Jammu and Kashmir later this week as part of the government's efforts to display the measures taken to restore normalcy in the newly created union territory.

  • "Love Jihad" Not Defined, Not Reported By Central Agencies: Government

    "Love Jihad" Not Defined, Not Reported By Central Agencies: Government

    The term ''Love Jihad'' is not defined under existing laws and no case has been reported by any central agency, the government said in parliament today.

  • PM's Assam Visit On Friday, Weeks After PMO Declined Khelo India Invite

    PM's Assam Visit On Friday, Weeks After PMO Declined Khelo India Invite

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Assam on February 7, weeks after his office declined an invitation to attend the Khelo India games in the north-east state amid protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. He will address a mega rally in the Bodo-dominated Kokrajhar town.

  • No Plans For Pan-India NRC For Now, Government Tells Parliament

    No Plans For Pan-India NRC For Now, Government Tells Parliament

    There are no plans for now to conduct a nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise, the government said in parliament today. "Till now, the government has not taken any decision to prepare National Register of Indian Citizens at the national level," Minister of State for Home, Nityanand Rai, said in a written reply.

  • PM's Office Seeks Report From 37 Ministers Who Visited J&K

    PM's Office Seeks Report From 37 Ministers Who Visited J&K

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office has asked all ministers who visited Jammu and Kashmir last week to submit a detailed report citing what all steps can the centre initiate to further the development agenda of PM Narendra Modi.

  • P Chidambaram Reacts As Delhi Top Cop's Term Extended On Jamia Firing Day

    P Chidambaram Reacts As Delhi Top Cop's Term Extended On Jamia Firing Day

    P Chidambaram today tore into the centre's decision to extend Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik's tenure on the day after a gunman opened fire at Jamia Millia students despite police standing only yards away

  • "Health Cards To Flights...": Centre Reviews Coronavirus Preparedness

    "Health Cards To Flights...": Centre Reviews Coronavirus Preparedness

    The passengers of flights having direct or indirect connectivity with China will be given "health cards" to certify that they are not infected with the deadly coronavirus, Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba was told today at a meeting of top central government officials, convened to review India's preparedness to deal with a possible outbreak of the vir...

  • Proof Of Religion Needed For Applications Under Citizenship Law: Sources

    Proof Of Religion Needed For Applications Under Citizenship Law: Sources

    Migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who wish to get the benefit of Citizenship Amendment Act, have to provide proof of their religious beliefs while applying for Indian citizenship, sources told NDTV.

  • Centre Accuses Kerala Of Not Spending Half Of Rs 3,000-Crore Flood Aid

    Centre Accuses Kerala Of Not Spending Half Of Rs 3,000-Crore Flood Aid

    The centre has accused the Kerala government of not spending 50 per cent of the funds released for relief and rehabilitation purposes after the 2018 floods.

  • Junior Union Home Minister G Kishan Reddy To Visit J&K Tomorrow

    Junior Union Home Minister G Kishan Reddy To Visit J&K Tomorrow

    Junior Home Minister G Kishan Reddy will embark on a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir Wednesday, almost six months after provisions of Article 270 were revoked by the centre.

  • "Giving Information Voluntary": Centre Clears Air On Population Register

    "Giving Information Voluntary": Centre Clears Air On Population Register

    Amid strong protests by opposition-ruled states, the centre today made it clear that the disclosure of information for the National Population Register (NPR) is not mandatory. "Disclosure of information for the NPR is voluntary only," Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy told reporters in North Block.

  • Sharing Info Optional: Government On Population Register As States Object

    Sharing Info Optional: Government On Population Register As States Object

    The chief secretaries of nearly half a dozen non-BJP ruled states stayed away from a meeting called by the Ministry of Home Affairs to discuss the National Population Register (NPR) today, sending other functionaries in their place instead. Nobody from West Bengal made an appearance.

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'Neeta Sharma' - 607 News Result(s)

  • Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    Central Panel Suggests Inner Line Permit, Quota To Placate Assam CAA Protesters

    In a bid to pacify angry protesters against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), a committee appointed by the Union Home Ministry has suggested setting 1951 as the cut-off year for defining the indigenous people of Assam and introducing an Inner Line Permit (ILP) to restrict the flow of outsiders into the state.

  • Union Ministers' Report On J&K Sent To PM's Office, Say Sources

    Union Ministers' Report On J&K Sent To PM's Office, Say Sources

    A bulky report on Jammu and Kashmir, based on the inputs received from more than 30 Union Ministers, has been compiled by the home ministry. In January, 37 Central ministers visited Jammu and Kashmir to assess the ground situation and interact with the locals regarding various development schemes.

  • Assam NRC Data Disappears From Cloud. Home Ministry Says Technical Issue

    Assam NRC Data Disappears From Cloud. Home Ministry Says Technical Issue

    The data of the final citizens' list in Assam, published last August, has vanished from the website of the state National Register of Citizens (NRC) where the data was published as mandated by the Supreme Court. The Union Home Ministry said the NRC data is safe and cited "some technical issue in visibility on cloud". The ministry said the problem i...

  • Another Batch Of Foreign Envoys To Visit Jammu And Kashmir

    Another Batch Of Foreign Envoys To Visit Jammu And Kashmir

    A second batch of foreign envoys will be taken to Jammu and Kashmir later this week as part of the government's efforts to display the measures taken to restore normalcy in the newly created union territory.

  • "Love Jihad" Not Defined, Not Reported By Central Agencies: Government

    "Love Jihad" Not Defined, Not Reported By Central Agencies: Government

    The term ''Love Jihad'' is not defined under existing laws and no case has been reported by any central agency, the government said in parliament today.

  • PM's Assam Visit On Friday, Weeks After PMO Declined Khelo India Invite

    PM's Assam Visit On Friday, Weeks After PMO Declined Khelo India Invite

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Assam on February 7, weeks after his office declined an invitation to attend the Khelo India games in the north-east state amid protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act. He will address a mega rally in the Bodo-dominated Kokrajhar town.

  • No Plans For Pan-India NRC For Now, Government Tells Parliament

    No Plans For Pan-India NRC For Now, Government Tells Parliament

    There are no plans for now to conduct a nationwide National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise, the government said in parliament today. "Till now, the government has not taken any decision to prepare National Register of Indian Citizens at the national level," Minister of State for Home, Nityanand Rai, said in a written reply.

  • PM's Office Seeks Report From 37 Ministers Who Visited J&K

    PM's Office Seeks Report From 37 Ministers Who Visited J&K

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office has asked all ministers who visited Jammu and Kashmir last week to submit a detailed report citing what all steps can the centre initiate to further the development agenda of PM Narendra Modi.

  • P Chidambaram Reacts As Delhi Top Cop's Term Extended On Jamia Firing Day

    P Chidambaram Reacts As Delhi Top Cop's Term Extended On Jamia Firing Day

    P Chidambaram today tore into the centre's decision to extend Delhi Police Commissioner Amulya Patnaik's tenure on the day after a gunman opened fire at Jamia Millia students despite police standing only yards away

  • "Health Cards To Flights...": Centre Reviews Coronavirus Preparedness

    "Health Cards To Flights...": Centre Reviews Coronavirus Preparedness

    The passengers of flights having direct or indirect connectivity with China will be given "health cards" to certify that they are not infected with the deadly coronavirus, Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba was told today at a meeting of top central government officials, convened to review India's preparedness to deal with a possible outbreak of the vir...

  • Proof Of Religion Needed For Applications Under Citizenship Law: Sources

    Proof Of Religion Needed For Applications Under Citizenship Law: Sources

    Migrants from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan who wish to get the benefit of Citizenship Amendment Act, have to provide proof of their religious beliefs while applying for Indian citizenship, sources told NDTV.

  • Centre Accuses Kerala Of Not Spending Half Of Rs 3,000-Crore Flood Aid

    Centre Accuses Kerala Of Not Spending Half Of Rs 3,000-Crore Flood Aid

    The centre has accused the Kerala government of not spending 50 per cent of the funds released for relief and rehabilitation purposes after the 2018 floods.

  • Junior Union Home Minister G Kishan Reddy To Visit J&K Tomorrow

    Junior Union Home Minister G Kishan Reddy To Visit J&K Tomorrow

    Junior Home Minister G Kishan Reddy will embark on a two-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir Wednesday, almost six months after provisions of Article 270 were revoked by the centre.

  • "Giving Information Voluntary": Centre Clears Air On Population Register

    "Giving Information Voluntary": Centre Clears Air On Population Register

    Amid strong protests by opposition-ruled states, the centre today made it clear that the disclosure of information for the National Population Register (NPR) is not mandatory. "Disclosure of information for the NPR is voluntary only," Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy told reporters in North Block.

  • Sharing Info Optional: Government On Population Register As States Object

    Sharing Info Optional: Government On Population Register As States Object

    The chief secretaries of nearly half a dozen non-BJP ruled states stayed away from a meeting called by the Ministry of Home Affairs to discuss the National Population Register (NPR) today, sending other functionaries in their place instead. Nobody from West Bengal made an appearance.

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