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President's Budget speech: PM Modi to make statement in Lok Sabha today
President's Budget speech: PM Modi to make statement in Lok Sabha today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will on Friday make a statement in Lok Sabha to conclude a  two-day discussion on the Motion of Thanks on the President Pranab Mukherjee's Budget speech.

Ally Apna Dal wants govt rethink on Land Acquisition Act

Another NDA constituent Apna Dal on Thursday joined the chorus of demanding a rethink over the land acquisition law.

Govt withdraws Citizenship (Amendment) Bill from Lok Sabha

Government on Thursday withdrew the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2014, introduced in the winter session, from Lok Sabha saying that a fresh legislation will be brought soon seeking to merge Person of Indian Origin and Overseas Citizenship of India schemes apart from other issues.

Russian Parliament chairman views Lok Sabha proceedings

Russia`s State Duma chairman Sergei Naryshkin, on a two-day official visit to India, on Thursday witnessed proceedings of the Lok Sabha and was introduced to the house by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan.

Entertaining moments from Rail Budget 2015
Entertaining moments from Rail Budget 2015

Union Minister for Railways, Suresh Prabhu, displayed the wittier side of his personality as he read out the 2015 Rail Budget speech on Thursday.

Centre working with states for 24x7 power supply: Goyal

Government is preparing action plans in partnership with states to provide 24x7 power supply besides initiating steps to address electricity shortage, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said Thursday.

Land Ordinance: Govt considering representations from stakeholders

Under fire from the Opposition on the Land ordinance, government on Thursday said it is considering a number of representations from stakeholders expressing concerns on the interests of the farmers on the provisions of the law.

I respect Opposition, says Venkaiah Naidu after protest in Parliament
I respect Opposition, says Venkaiah Naidu after protest in Parliament

Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu on Thursday clarified in Lok Sabha that he had not used unparliamentary language in the House.

Pakistan's 4th nuclear reactor has just become operational: Govt

The fourth nuclear reactor of Pakistan capable of producing plutonium for use in nuclear weapons has just become operational, the government on Wednesday informed the Lok Sabha.

Over 6,000 Indians are in jails of 71 countries: Govt

As many as 6,443 Indians are detained in jails in 71 countries for various offences and 74 missing defence personnel, including 54 prisoners of war, are believed to be in Pakistani jails since 1971, Lok Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Standing committee recommends review of juveniles' clauses

A parliamentary standing committee has recommended that clauses dealing with differential treatment of children involved in crime between 16-18 years of age, as provisioned in the Juvenile Justice Act needs to be "reviewed".

BJP MP questions quality of mid-day meals

The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) experienced some uncomfortable moments in the Lok Sabha Wednesday when it had to face tough questions on the mid-day meal scheme from one of its own MPs.

Over 37,000 RTI appeals pending with CIC

Over 37,000 appeals under the RTI Act are pending with the Central Information Commission, the government on Wednesday said, indicating that a lack of time limit for disposal of 2nd appeals by the body is the reason behind the large pendency.

No proposal to introduce flexi-time option for employees: Govt

In what may not sound as a good news to government employees, the Centre on Wednesday said there is no proposal to introduce 'flexi-time' option for them.

Two anti-terror laws criticised in Lok Sabha

Two stringent anti-terror laws were on Wednesday criticised by a couple of members in Lok Sabha for their "abuse" with demands for repeal or review.

Mid-day meal becoming 'poisonous meal': BJP MP

A ruling BJP MP Wednesday embarrassed the government by saying in Lok Sabha that the mid-day meal scheme, sponsored by the Centre, has become "poisonous meal", leading to strong objection from HRD Minister Smriti Irani.

27 Indian satellites currently operational: Govt

As many as 27 satellites, including 11 which facilitate the communication network in the country, are currently operational and one more is to be launched next month, Lok Sabha was informed Wednesday.

Land Acquisition Bill: Will farmers' interest be protected?

Will the interest of farmers and land owners be protected in the Land Acquisition Bill? And in the whole tussle between Govt and the Opposition over the bill, who is really with the farmers? Watch the debate only on Taal Thok Ke.

Land Acquisition Bill: Will farmers' interest be protected?-Part 2

Will the interest of farmers and land owners be protected in the Land Acquisition Bill? And in the whole tussle between Govt and the Opposition over the bill, who is really with the farmers? Watch the debate only on Taal Thok Ke.

BJP member apologises in Parliament after unsavoury comment

BJP member Nishikant Dubey was on Tuesday forced to apologise for his remarks in Lok Sabha about people from South India.