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COVID-19: Delhi LG, Kejriwal Arrive At MHA For Second Round Of Meeting With Amit Shah

Union Home Minister Amit Shah met Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Health Minister Satyendar Jain to discuss the coronavirus situation in the national capital.

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Railways Ran 62 Special Trains For Migrant Workers, Ferried 70,000 Travellers: MHA

"Indian Railways have run 62 special trains till now for migrant workers carrying about 70,000 travellers. 13 more such trains expected to run today," Punya Salila Srivastava, Joint Secretary, MHA

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'Last-Minute Changes Possible In Pretest Form Of NPR': Home Ministry Officials

In case of any wrong information, there is a provision of imposing a penalty of up to Rs 1000 in NPR as well as in the Census.

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Indian Citizens Don't Have To Prove Any Ancestry: MHA

Such a list is likely to include a lot of common documents to ensure that no Indian citizen is unduly harassed or put to inconvenience.

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No Report Sought By MHA From Delhi Police Over Jamia Nagar Violence

Delhi Police have registered two FIRs pertaining to property damage and riots in connection with the violence that erupted during the protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act in Jamia Nagar area on Sunday.

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MHA Rejects Health Ministry's Draft Of Legislation Bill To Protect Doctors From Assault

The proposed Bill was the key to address the issue of violence against healthcare service professionals and damage to the property of clinical establishments.

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Closing The Tap On Dissent

On 20 january, the Delhi High Court handed a decisive victory to Greenpeace — enfant terrible in a world that swears by development and growth — and, perhaps, to the very freedom of speech and expression in India. The international non-governmental organisation (NGO) had been fighting the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on multiple fronts. In June 2014, the MHA froze the bank account of Greenpeace India for receipts of foreign funds. More recently, on 12 January this year, one of its activists, Priya Pillai, was offloaded from a London-bound flight, where she was scheduled to speak with British parliamentarians on environmental violations by London-listed Essar Energy, under provisions that are usually applied to suspected terrorists.

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