Home Minister

Some articles on minister, home, home minister:

Minister For Home Affairs (India)
... The Minister of Home Affairs (or simply, the Home Minister) is the head of the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of India ... One of the senior-most offices in the Union Cabinet, the chief responsibility of the Home Minister is the maintenance f India's ingternal security the country's large police force comes ... Occasionally, he is assisted by the Minister of State of Home Affairs and the lower-ranked Deputy Minister of Home Affairs ...
Shinagawa Yajirō - Biography
... to Japan, he was appointed Chief Secretary of the Home Ministry, later rising to the post of Junior Vice Home Minister, followed by the position of Senior Vice Agriculture and Commerce Minister ... In 1891, Shinagawa was appointed Home Minister in cabinet of Prime Minister Matsukata Masayoshi ... budget by accusing opposition political parties of sedition, and using his authority as Home Minister to take police action to suppress opposition political party activities during the ...
List Of Marathi People - Politics
... and later the First Speaker of the Lok Sabha Prithviraj Chavan – Current Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shankarrao Chavan – former Home Minister, Government of India and Chief Minister of Maharashtra ... Pawar – Founder of NCP, president of the International Cricket Council, Minister of Agriculture and Food Processing, Government of India, Ex-Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Ex-Defence Minister in Narsimha Rao's ... Samant – Trade union leader Sushil Kumar Shinde – Minister for Power, Government of India and former CM, Maharashtra Balasaheb Desai – Former CM of Maharashatra Vasantrao ...

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