Trinamool MP Shatabdi Roy sends representative to ED

Trinamool Congress Lok Sabha MP Shatabdi Roy on Wednesday sent a representative to the office of the Enforcement Directorate here as she could not appear owing to the ongoing Parliament session.

Govt did not apply its mind on land bill and GST, says Moily

Congress leader Veerappa Moily on Wednesday attacked the NDA government for bringing series of ordinances to amend the Land Acquisition Act, 2013 saying the current dispensation showed lack of application of mind on this key issue.

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan calls all-party meet tomorrow

Amid continuous disruptions by Opposition members, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has convened an all-party meeting on Thursday to discuss better functioning of the Lok Sabha, proceedings of which have been virtually washed out in the Monsoon Session so far.

People's president Kalam was in true sense a 'Bharat Ratna': Nitish
People's president Kalam was in true sense a 'Bharat Ratna': Nitish

Expressing his profound grief over the demise of former president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Tuesday said he was in true sense a 'Bharat Ratna', who was deeply committed to the development of the nation.

Parliament pays tributes to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, calls him 'real gem' of India
Parliament pays tributes to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, calls him 'real gem' of India

The Parliament paid tributes to the late former president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam after it convened for the sixth day of the Monsoon Session on Tuesday and hailed him as “real gem” of India.

Lok Sabha sees business after week-long washout

After a week-long washout, Lok Sabha transacted some business on Monday as two bills were introduced and another taken up for consideration even as Congress and some other parties continued their vociferous protests, along with display of placards.

Congress member bangs placard on Speaker's table in Lok Sabha

An agitating Congress member in Lok Sabha on Monday banged his placard on the table of the Speaker, prompting the angry Sumitra Mahajan to abruptly adjourned the House for an hour.

Pranab Mukherjee condoles passing away of RS Gavai

President Mukherjee on Monday condoled the passing away of veteran Ambedkarite and former Governor of Kerala, Sikkim and Bihar, RS Gavai.

Gurdaspur terror attack raised in Lok Sabha

The terror attack in Gurdaspur in Punjab reverberated in the Lok Sabha on Monday as the government said that the home ministry will make a statement in the matter once the gunbattle is over.

Lok Sabha adjourned till noon amid protests

 The Lok Sabha was on Monday adjourned till noon as the opposition created a ruckus over the Lalit Modi issue and the Vyapam scam.

Deve Gowda to fast in Delhi over farmers' plight

 Former prime minister HD Deve Gowda will sit on an indefinite fast from Monday in Delhi to protest the government`s apathy towards the plight of farmers, many of whom have committed suicide due to severe indebtedness.

Amid Parliament logjam, Sushma Swaraj says she never sought travel documents for Lalit Modi
Amid Parliament logjam, Sushma Swaraj says she never sought travel documents for Lalit Modi

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is in the spot for helping Lalit Modi, on Saturday reiterated that she never requested or recommended travel documents for the former Indian Premier League chief.

Centre approves Rs 2,801 cr to UP hailstorm-hit farmers

The Centre on Friday approved Rs 2,801 crore for relief of hailstorm-affected farmers in Uttar Pradesh.

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Indian Army short of 10,000 officers: Manohar Parrikar

The Army is facing a shortfall of nearly 10,000 officers while the Navy is facing a shortage of about 1,800.

20 IAF fighter aircraft crashed in last 3 years: Manohar Parrikar

As many as 20 fighter aircraft, including 3 frontline Sukhois, of the Indian Air Force (IAF) have crashed in the last three years.

It is for Govt to find solution to end Parliament logjam: Opposition

Sticking to the demand for resignation of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for helping controversial former IPL chief Lalit Modi, opposition parties led by Congress on Friday insisted that it is for the government to find a solution to end the logjam in Parliament.

Women's Reservation Bill unlikely to be introduced soon

A bill which seeks to provide 33 percent reservation to women in Lok Sabha and state assemblies for 15 years is unlikely to be introduced in Parliament in the immediate future by the Narendra Modi government.

Parliament not a 'chauraha': Speaker Sumitra Mahajan

Asserting that a conclusion can be reached in the House with discussions, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Friday said Parliament is not a 'chauraha'.