Union Home Ministry led by Amit Shah sought a detailed report from the West Bengal government on the violence during Ram Navami in Howrah. The development from central government came days after Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to Governor CV Ananda Bose. The home ministry sought a detailed report from the West Bengal government on the violence that took place on Ram Navami in Howrah, the sources confirmed.
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In February, Tamil Nadu Government adopted Anti-NEET bill for the second time after a medical aspirant's suicide. The DMK and its allies in State sent the bill for President's approval and asked the TN Governor to send it. They even protested against the Governor, asking to re-send the bill. Governor RN Ravi has sent the anti-NEET bill to the Union Home Ministry. K Annamalai said, he will surely reject.
Relaxing the lockdown restrictions, the Union Home Ministry on January 27 released fresh guidelines against COVID-19. Effective from February 1-28, the guidelines lifted the constraints on social, religious, cultural, sports and educational gatherings which were imposed in March 2020. It has also allowed cinema halls to operate above 50% occupancy but in compliance with SOPs to be issued by the Broadcasting Ministry. Similarly, swimming pools… read-more
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Addressing the rumours regarding COVID -19 vaccine, the Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla asked the states to counter the spread of false information. He said, "vested interests can create unwanted doubts among people at large" and that needs to be curbed. Besides, the letter provisioned penal actions under the Disaster Management Act and IPC for the culprits. Earlier, the health ministry had released posters to tackle the vaccine hesitancy… read-more
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