PM Modi to visit Jaffna, address Parliament during Lanka visit
PM Modi to visit Jaffna, address Parliament during Lanka visit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit former LTTE-stronghold Jaffna in Sri Lanka's Tamil-dominated north and address the Parliament here during his three-day visit to the country next week.

Rahul will be back in action next week: Kamal Nath

Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi, who is on a leave of absence from Parliament to focus on party work following its wipeout in the Delhi polls, will be back in action early next week, said former Union Minister Kamal Nath here.

YouTube has removed documentary on December 16 gang-rape, says govt; video links still on
YouTube has removed documentary on December 16 gang-rape, says govt; video links still on

Defying the ban imposed by the Indian government on the telecast of documentary film 'India's Daughter', which is based on the interview of one of the convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case, the Britain-based British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Wednesday night (3:30 am Thursday Indian time) broadcast the controversial film.

Nirbhaya documentary: Uproar over rape convict's interview

Outrage after excerpts of an interview of the December 16 gang-rape convict came into public domain.

Govt to bar broadcast of interview of 16/12 gang-rape convict

Government on Wednesday said it would not allow broadcast of a controversial documentary featuring a Nirbhaya gang-rape convict as members of Parliament, cutting across party lines, expressed outrage over the incident.

Amazed by permission granted to take interview of a rapist, says Rajnath

There is outrage and anger after excerpts of an interview of a December 16 gang-rape convict came into public domain. The interview was taken for a BBC documentary and was to be telecast later this week.

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Government blocks broadcast of December 16 gang-rape documentary: As it happened
Government blocks broadcast of December 16 gang-rape documentary: As it happened

There is outrage and anger after excerpts of an interview of a December 16 gang-rape convict came into public domain. The interview was taken for a BBC documentary and was to be telecast later this week. However, the government has advised media not to telecast the same and the Delhi Police have also secured a restraining order from a court against telecast of the interview.

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Govt proposes to take land bill for consideration in Lok Sabha on Monday
Govt proposes to take land bill for consideration in Lok Sabha on Monday

The controversial land bill will come up for consideration on Monday with government planning to bring some amendments to reach out to allies, Opposition and farmer bodies and take their concerns on board.

PM Narendra Modi takes on Opposition in Rajya Sabha

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday again took on the Opposition in Rajya Sabha while pledging to meet farmers' concerns over issues of land.

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DNA: Does VIP culture overpower living rights of a common man?

Watch today's two shocking news and see for yourself that how much our system values the common man.

Also watch: The December 16 gang-rape convict blames the 23-year-old woman for the fatal sexual assault on her and says she should not have fought back.

PM Modi takes on Opposition over allegations of 'corporate benefits'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday took on the opposition for accusing his government of going ahead with policies that will only benefit the corporate sector, and urged the Congress party-run states to also help elevate the situation plighting the poor.

PM Modi takes on Opposition in RS: As it happened
PM Modi takes on Opposition in RS: As it happened

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday evening replied in the Rajya Sabha to the Motion of Thanks to President's speech in Parliament.

Farmers' suicide cases rise 26 pc to 1,109 in 2014

The number of suicide cases by farmers due to agrarian reasons have increased by 26 per cent to 1,109 in 2014, with majority of deaths reported from Maharashtra, Parliament was informed on Tuesday.

Uproar in Rajya Sabha over introduction of Bills in Lok Sabha

The Rajya Sabha witnessed an uproar on Tuesday over the introduction of certain Bills in the Lok Sabha which are identical to the ones pending in the Upper House.

BBV: PM Modi eats vegetarian thali for lunch in Parliament canteen

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday made a surprise visit to the canteen in Parliament and ate vegetarian thali for lunch with fellow parliamentarians.

Congress to hold strategy committee meeting on Tuesday

The Congress will be holding a strategy committee meeting in the Parliament on Tuesday morning.

China's Parliament to convene amid anti-graft campaign

 Amid reports that 16 more generals were facing anti-corruption probe, China's annual Parliament will convene tomorrow and is likely to be overshadowed by the unprecedented campaign against corruption initiated by President Xi Jinping that has netted some top officials.