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Rajnath Singh reviews internal security

Home Minister Rajnath Singh Monday took stock of the country’s internal security at a high-level meeting.

Narendra Modi takes charge as Prime Minister

PM likely to set up 10-member expert advisory board

Experts will include sector specialists, even veteran politicians.


Pranab: Worrying bout of communal violence

Atrocities against women and children have also shaken the conscience of our nation.

Shinde: Report on CMs’ views,govt response by June 21

Two days after Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi demanded a “white paper” on internal security during 10 years of the UPA’s rule


Need to set up mechanism for safety of women,children: Prime Minister

PM says collective action is required for the protection of women and children.


Centre waters down NCTC plan

Ahead of chief ministers’ meeting,govt takes NCTC out of IB purview.

Need 8 pc growth to create jobs for all,says PM

Asserting that India needs an aggregate growth rate of 8 per cent per annum to create new job opportunities for the 10 million people who join the labour force each year

Answer to Naxalism is growth,justice to people,says Jairam

Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh on Sunday said solution to internal security threat does not lie merely in weeding out Naxals in security operations

No Bangla,Maoist link,nab ring leaders: MHA

Ruling out the involvement of Maoists or Bangladesh-based groups in the ethnic violence in Assam,the Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the state government to immediately arrest the people who are instigating the mobs.


Assam riot toll 32,Army called out

1.70 lakh displaced; too many relief camps a security concern,say MLAs.


Core values will be focus,says incoming Army Chief

Lt Gen Bikram Singh,who will assume charge as the 25th Army Chief on Thursday.


Internal security: Modi again misleading the nation,says Cong

Party charges Gujarat CM with ‘criminal negligence’ over the issue in the border state.


Centre ready to step back if states step forward: PC

Chidambaram said it was a matter of regret that the states continue to mistrust central govt


Modi,Jaya & Naveen stand up to Centre

Security meet * Slam Centre on ‘unilateral moves,’ NCTC meet May 5

Modi,Naveen meet Jaya in bid to corner govt on NCTC

The tone and tenor of their speeches at the Chief Ministers’ Conference on Internal Security were similar and on expected lines