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'Unhappy' PM Narendra Modi ticks off BJP MPs, asks them to ensure presence in Parliament

'Unhappy' PM Narendra Modi ticks off BJP MPs, asks them to ensure presence in Parliament

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who is known to be a disciplined and hard task master, is reportedly upset with his party colleagues for not attending the Parliament when it is in session.

PAC mulling whether hearings can be opened to media: Thomas

A sub-committee of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) is studying whether the proceedings of the key panel should be opened for media to "ensure more transparency" in its functioning.

Lok Sabha pays tributes to departed members, world leaders

After Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan read out obituary references, members stood in silence for a few moments and the House adjourned for the day. 

Union Budget preponed by a month, to be presented on February 1

Union Budget preponed by a month, to be presented on February 1

The Union Budget for the financial year 2017-18 has been preponed by a month and will be presented on February 1.

JeM militants may target Indian Parliament again at behest of Pak's ISI: Intelligence tip-off

JeM militants may target Indian Parliament again at behest of Pak's ISI: Intelligence tip-off

According to the Times of India, Pakistan's spy agency ISI has instructed the JeM cadres to carry out a spectacular attack in India.

Answers to parliamentary questions to be put online on time

All replies to starred questions will henceforth be uploaded on the website 'www.pqals.nic.in' by around 10 am on the day questions related to a specific department or ministry are asked.

Budget session resumes today, Congress set to corner Govt over Uttarakhand issue

Budget session resumes today, Congress set to corner Govt over Uttarakhand issue

The second part of Parliament's Budget session beginning on Monday is going to be a stormy affair, as the Congress is all set to seek a discussion on the imposition of President's rule in Uttarakhand, despite government's claim that the matter being sub-judice it cannot be deliberated upon.

Another parliament washout looms over Uttarakhand, Ishrat Jahan issues

With the Congress set to corner the government over the dismissal of the Uttarakhand government and the ruling BJP intending to strongly counter it over "faulty" investigation in cases related to Ishrat Jahan and Lt Col Shrikant Purohit, yet another parliament session, this one beginning on Monday, looks set for a washout.

From London, Vijay Mallya generates storm in Indian Parliament

From London, Vijay Mallya generates storm in Indian Parliament

The fleeing of Vijay Mallya to London generated storm in Parliament Thursday with Congress alleging "criminal conspiracy" saying the businessman was allowed to escape by the government, which hit back insisting that the loans were given to him during UPA rule and he is "no saint for us".

Parliament a place for debate and discussion, not disruption or obstruction, says President Pranab Mukherjee

President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday addressed the joint session of both Houses of Parliament on the first day of the Budget Session.

Hope Parliament Budget session is fruitful: PM Narendra Modi

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said he hoped the budget session of Parliament will be fruitful as several opposition parties showed a positive attitude at all party meetings.

Sachin Tendulkar gets off the mark in Parliament, asks first question after 3 years!

Sachin Tendulkar gets off the mark in Parliament, asks first question after 3 years!

The legend has been criticised on numerous occasions in the past for his poor attendance in the Parliament.

'Indian Parliament is not sovereign', Jethmalani counters FM

Ram Jethmalani has said the judiciary could withstand "the pressure of a political document" when it was produced before the Supreme Court for its scrutiny.

Winter Session of Parliament begins today

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Winter Session of Parliament begins Thursday; opposition to corner govt but prospects of thaw on GST

Winter Session of Parliament begins Thursday; opposition to corner govt but prospects of thaw on GST

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the Opposition for cooperation as he made a strong pitch for early passage of the GST bill at an all party-meet.

Supreme Court axes NJAC, government calls it attack on Parliament

Supreme Court axes NJAC, government calls it attack on Parliament

The Supreme Court on Friday struck down the NJAC Act and opted for the collegium system for appointment of judges to the higher judiciary, prompting the government to say that the apex court has gone above the parliament and people's will.

Collegium system is not found in Constitution, says AG

Hours after the Government suffered a blow on the National Judicial Appointments Commission (NJAC) Act, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said the collegium system, which became re-operational with Friday's Supreme Court verdict, is not found in the Constitution and is not appropriate as it is an "opaque" system.

Winter Session could be advanced to pass GST Bill: Naidu

The government, which had to give up its plan to call extended Monsoon Session of Parliament to get the GST Bill approved, Thursday said the Winter Session could be advanced immediately after the Bihar polls to pass the key reform measure, which it proposes to roll out from April next year.

Winter Session could be advanced to pass GST Bill: Naidu

The government, which had to give up its plan to call extended Monsoon Session of Parliament to get the GST Bill approved, Thursday said the Winter Session could be advanced immediately after the Bihar polls to pass the key reform measure, which it proposes to roll out from April next year.

Cabinet may discuss revised Food Bill, sugar decontrol this week

The government is likely to consider this week major amendments to the Food Security Bill and also discuss a proposal on sugar decontrol.