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Days ahead of the retirement of present CBI chief, government today introduced a bill in Lok Sabha to include the leader of the largest opposition party in the panel to select the head of the agency in the absence of a recognised Leader of the Opposition in the House.
The Government on Tuesday hit back at the Congress and other opposition parties over black money issue, saying those making noise over it now are "helping" those who have illegal money in bank accounts abroad.
Alleging inaction on the part of the ruling Samajwadi party government in the state and BJP at the Centre regarding payment of cane dues to farmers, former Union Minister and RLD chief Ajit Singh has said that intentions of both the governments are not clear regarding this.
A united Opposition attempted to corner the BJP-led NDA government on the second day of Parliament's Winter Session on Tuesday on key issues including the repatriation of black money, amendments in the bill related to appointment of CBI chief and FDI in the insurance sector.
New Delhi: A united Opposition attempted to corner the BJP-led NDA government on the second day of Parliament's Winter Session on Tuesday on key issues including the repatriation of black money, amendments in the bill related to appointment of CBI chief and FDI in the insurance sector.
Minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy on Sunday called an all-party meet to discuss agenda for Parliament's Winter Session which will begin from Monday.The meeting has been called for smooth functioning of winter session of the Parliament.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has questioned Rajkot-based bullion trader Pankaj Lodhiya, who has been named in the affidavit filed in the Supreme Court by the Union Government in the black money case.
Upping the ante over black money issue ahead of the Winter Session of Parliament, the Congress on Thursday accused the NDA government of failing on its promise to bring back the illegal wealth and questioned its recent decision to reintroduce the saving certificates scheme.
Rejecting the stand of political parties on its guidelines to ensure transparency in electoral funds, the Election Commission today made it clear that they were "binding" and threatened them that violations could lead to withdrawal of their recognition.