Indian parliamentarians trip to South Africa cancelled over Ebola fears?

A visit by a 12-member team of Indian parliamentarians to South Africa has been cancelled against the backdrop of the rising cases of Ebola. Officials, however, denied the deadly virus was the reason for cancelling the trip.

`Strange-looking animal` sparks panic inside Parl complex

The appearance of a "strange- looking" visitor from the animal world inside the Parliament complex sparked panic within the heavily-fortified compound and threw the security staff there into a tizzy.

Shobhaa De takes a dig at MPs for unruly behaviour

Author and columnist Shobhaa De took a dig at the Members of Parliament in the manner in which they have been behaving in recent times.

Why should MPs not be frisked?

The pepper spray attack in Parliament on Thursday has revived the debate seeking an end to exemption to Member of Parliaments (MPs) from being frisked when they enter Parliament.

31% Lok Sabha MPs face criminal charges: Report

Some 31 per cent of MPs in the Lok Sabha have criminal cases pending against them, and their pay package is 68 times higher than the national per capita income, according to the National Social Watch Report on Governance and Development-2013 released here on Tuesday.

‘Sadak’ way ahead of ‘Bijli’ and ‘Paani’ as priority for MPs

At 66, if India still struggles to provide safe drinking water and uninterrupted power supply to its people, then our parliamentarians too must share the blame.

Indian MPs to play T20 match against Mumbai Heroes next month

The IPL fever seems to have gripped the Indian parliamentarians as well and they are all set to play a friendly Twenty20 match against the Mumbai Heroes, the cricket team of Bollywood, on May 20 at the picturesque HPCA stadium in Dharamsala.

Indian MPs go to Yale to learn leadership issues

Eleven Indian parliamentarians from seven national and regional parties are in Washington for interactions with senior US government officials and thought leaders as part of a leadership programme at Yale University.

Indian MPs led by Sushma Swaraj on Lanka visit

A multi-party MPs delegation embarked on a six-day visit to Sri Lanka during which they will oversee developmental projects by India.

Height of cricket diplomacy in Dharamsala

A group of Parliamentarians from India and Britain played a cricket match in the picturesque Himachal Pradesh town of Dharamsala.

Hold talks with Naxal-hit states, MPs tell govt

Members in the Lok Sabha on Friday expressed concern over the abduction of an Italian and an
Odisha MLA by Maoists and wanted the Centre to hold talks with
Andhra Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharasthra and other Naxal-hit

Nepal lawmakers meet Indian MPs for constitution drafting

Rajiv Shukla told reporters here that all major parties of Nepal participated in the discussion.

MPs told to behave during Obama address

MPs have been told to behave in a
dignified manner during President Barack Obama`s address to
the joint sitting of Parliament on Monday.

Parl Committee proposes 3G facility for MPs

A Parliamentary Committee has recommended providing 3G facility to members.

MPs need to be reined in: Lok Sabha Speaker

With Parliament witnessing
frequent adjournments over different issues, Lok Sabha Speaker
Meira Kumar has said that MPs needed to be "reined in".