The Amit Shah-led ministry refused to disclose information sought by a self-described ‘descendant’ of Lord Ram under RTI.
As of Monday, Delhi has had a total of 59,746 cases of which 24,558 cases are still active.
The Delhi Police reported 52 deaths to the home ministry but cited the much lower figure of 23 deaths in its reply to an RTI query.
The state on Monday relaxed certain lockdown rules in two zones, which comprise seven districts.
Spitting in public has been made a punishable offence and a strict ban enforced on sale of liquor, gutka, tobacco.
A police officer, related to a person who died of COVID-19 after attending the Tablighi Jamaat event, played a crucial role in tracking down those exposed to the novel coronavirus.
Journalist tests positive in Madhya Pradesh, Mizoram reports first patient and more updates.
The Union home minister claimed that the first incident of violence in northeast Delhi was reported on 24 February around 2 pm and the last one on 25 February around 11 pm.
A day before it said, in response to the UN, that the CAA is an "internal matter", the Modi government refused to reveal documents about the law requested in an RTI application filed by HuffPost India, arguing that disclosure may adversely affect "relation with foreign states".
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The Delhi HC has, meanwhile, said 'we cannot have a repeat of 1984' amid political blame game between BJP, AAP and Congress.
The government is, however, preparing to carry out the NPR exercise across the country from April 1 to September 30, 2020.
An order issued on Wednesday said that TRS MLA Ramesh Chennamaneni misrepresented and concealed facts to attain citizenship of India.
Activists targeted using the spyware have asked the Parliamentary Committee on Information Technology to carry out a detailed probe into the matter.
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WhatsApp hacking reveals a grave violation of the Supreme Court’s right to privacy judgement from 2017 and the Modi government needs to do better, they told HuffPost India.
The SIT has decided to reopen seven anti-Sikh riot cases, where the accused were either acquitted or the trial closed
It was decided that adequate arrangements will be made by the state government to provide full opportunity to people excluded from the NRC list to appeal, a home ministry statement said.
"Country’s security and people’s welfare are the Modi government’s priorities."
The ministry also said it has asked the states and UTs to maintain law and order, peace and public tranquillity
Rahul Gandhi was served a notice asking him to clarify his “factual position” on a complaint questioning his citizenship status.
Ghazi Abdul Noor was campaigning for TMC’s Dumdum candidate Saugata Roy.