Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Topic: Home Ministry

Plea challenging CAA rules: SC seeks reply from Union and Assam State governments

The Supreme Court on April 19 sought a reply from the Union government and the Assam State government on a petition challenging the Citizenship (Amendment) Rules, 2024, which aims to grant citizenship to ‘non-Muslim’ migrants who came from Pakistan, Bangladesh and Afghanistan before December 31, 2014.

Union govt extends ban on Yasin Malik-led JKLF for 5 years under UAPA

The Union Government on Saturday extended the ban on jailed Yasin Malik’s Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF).

‘Refused to engage with us’: says Ladakh delegation as fourth meeting with home ministry failed

After the fourth round of talks with the union government, Leh Apex Body and Kargil Democratic Alliance stated that the meeting produced no...

Union govt to implement 3 new criminal laws from July 1

The union government on Saturday declared that the three criminal law amendments that will completely alter the country’s criminal justice system will come into...

MHA bans 9 Meitei extremist groups, their associate outfits

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday banned nine Meitei extremist groups and their associate organisations for their anti-national activities and fatal attacks on...

Home ministry gets 7th extension to frame CAA rules

The Ministry of Home Affairs on Saturday has been granted an extension for the seventh time to frame rules for the controversial Citizenship Amendment...