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All actions against JNU students be withdrawn: MPs to President

The punitive action taken against JNU students, including JNUSU chief Kanhaiya Kumar that led him to sit on a hunger strike, reached the President's doorstep on Friday with some opposition party MPs seeking his intervention in resolving the crisis and restoring normalcy in the varsity.

100% hike in salaries and allowances for our 'good conduct', demand Members of Parliament

100% hike in salaries and allowances for our 'good conduct', demand Members of Parliament

Demanding a 100 percent hike in salaries and allowances for themselves, Members of Parliament have said they deserve this raise for their 'good conduct'.

Some MPs seeks relief from Odd-Even scheme

Raising the issue, TRS leader A P Jithender Reddy said even Parliamentarians like him were facing problems in commuting in Delhi due to the Odd-Even scheme as they had only one car here.

Give vague assurances to MPs: Union Agriculture Ministry to Babus

Give vague assurances to MPs: Union Agriculture Ministry to Babus

'The matter is under consideration', 'I shall look into it', 'I shall see what can be done' are some statements that the Members of Parliament seeking information on matters will get to hear from the bureaucratic class.

Parliamentary panel for permanent mechanism for review of salaries of MPs

Members of a parliamentary panel today pushed for establishment of a "permanent mechanism" on the lines of Pay Commission to ensure that salaries and allowances of MPs are raised on a regular basis.

DNA: Salaries of MPs to double, will get Rs 2.8 lakh

Even as disruptions shadowed the Winter Session of Parliament, lawmakers are looking ahead to a 100 percent salary hike which may come in the next Budget, government sources said on Thursday.

MPs may soon draw salary of Rs 2.8 lakh per month

MPs may soon draw salary of Rs 2.8 lakh per month

If the proposal is approved, an MP would draw a monthly salary of Rs 2.8 lakh.

Government committed to ensuring security of all MPs: Rudy

The Centre on Tuesday assured the Lok Sabha it will "take all steps to ensure safety and security of all the members".

National Herald case: Stage set for political fireworks in Congress headquarters

Congress is all set before the appearance of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi in National Herald case to make the most of this event by playing the victim card as Congress MPs plan to meet and brief the media at congress headquarters.

Fight against pollution: Delhi to get battery-powered electric buses designed by ISRO

Fight against pollution: Delhi to get battery-powered electric buses designed by ISRO

To counter the disastrous effects of air pollution, soon electric buses powered by batteries will be seen plying on Delhi roads.

LS, RS MPs can now admit 10 students in Kendriya Vidyalayas

MPs would now get to admit as many as 10 students in Kendriya Vidyalayas.

MPs want say in deciding their salary and allowances

MPs from most parties on Thursday insisted that they should have the final say in determining their salaries and emoluments through a Parliamentary Committee even as Government sets up an independent mechanism to make recommendations on it.

Govt proposes 3-member commission to recommend salaries of MPs

The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has proposed a three-member independent committee to review salaries and other allowances for MPs.

Thailand sets impeachment vote date for former MPs

Thailand`s junta-picked parliament Thursday will vote next week on the impeachment of 248 ex-lawmakers, the majority from the ousted ruling party of Yingluck Shinawatra, in a move that could decimate her family`s political base.

Parliament deadlock: Union Minister Niranjan Jyoti favours 'no work, no pay' for MPs

Union Minister Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti on Tuesday endorsed the suggestion made by her colleague Mahesh Sharma of a 'no work no pay' policy for MPs if the Parliament does not function.

BJP MPs move privilege motion against Robert Vadra

In an apparent bid to counter the Opposition's demand for resignations of BJP ministers, two party parliamentarians on Thursday moved a privilege motion against Congress president Sonia Gandhi's son-in-law Robert Vadra. The Congress reacted, saying it never indulged in revenge politics when it was in power.

The prevailing VVIP culture among Indian politicians!

This episode of 'Taal Thok Ke' discussed the VVIP treatment given to ministers and MPs in India.

The prevailing VVIP culture in Indian politicians!- Part II

This episode of 'Taal Thok Ke' discussed the VVIP treatment given to ministers and MPs in India.

No move to cut privileges enjoyed by MPs at airports: Govt

MPs and other VIPs will continue to enjoy facilities like a reserved lounge at international and domestic terminals besides being served tea, coffee and water free of charge at airports.

Labour panel pitches for enhancing old age pension

Besides, some Members of Parliament on the panel suggested that stringent provisions be made to ensure that workers get their minimum wages as per the law.