Kharge targets govt, says 'there is lot of difference in saying and doing'

Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha, Mallikarjun Kharge, on Sunday alleged that there is a lot of difference in what Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government is saying and doing, adding that his party would take some appropriate decisions during the second half of the Budget Session of Parliament beginning tomorrow to ensure that the nation remains united.

Budget Session will be full of 'outcomes': PM Modi

On the eve of resumption of Budget Session, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today voiced hope that it would be full of "outcomes", noting that the productivity of Parliament has "reached 125 per cent" since his government came to power.

Land Acquisition Bill: Congress launches 'Zameen Wapsi' website, warms up for farmers' rally
Land Acquisition Bill: Congress launches 'Zameen Wapsi' website, warms up for farmers' rally

To counter the Narendra Modi government's amended Land Acquisition Bill, the Congress party on Saturday launched a bilingual website named 'Zameen Wapsi' ( that will provide misinformation on Land Bill.

'Godse' no longer an unparliamentary word: Speaker

 The word 'Godse' is no longer unparliamentary except in reference to 'Nathuram Godse', Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has ruled.

Parliamentary secretaries to be given office space in Assembly

Twenty one Aam Aadmi Party MLAs, who were recently appointed as parliamentary secretaries by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to all the ministers for government's smooth funcationing, will soon be provided office space for their work in Delhi Assembly.

Expected ''better'' from Pak on Yemen crisis, says Saudi

While remarking that Pakistan Parliament`s resolution on Yemen was the nation`s internal matter, Saudi Arabia Minister for Religious Affairs Sheikh Saleh bin Abdul Aziz has said that his country expected better from Pakistan.

Iran lawmakers demand `fact sheet` on nuclear deal

A majority of Iranian lawmakers on Sunday demanded the country`s negotiators publish a "fact sheet" on a newly agreed framework nuclear accord, while denouncing details laid out in an American version.

Child Labour Bill must be passed in budget session: Satyarthi

Child rights activist and Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi today demanded the government to ensure a complete ban on child labour up to the age of 14, saying that the Child Labour Bill should be tabled and passed during the second half of the Budget session in Parliament.

Govt not averse to more amendments to Land Bill: Gadkari

Hopeful of bringing the opposition on-board to get the much-debated land legislation passed, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari Wednesday said the government is not averse to more changes to the Bill.

Malaysia draws more fire on rights with sedition revisions

Malaysia`s government plans to strengthen its much-criticised sedition law with longer jail terms and other changes, fresh after enacting an anti-terrorism law denounced by the opposition and rights groups as a threat to civil liberties.

Land bill to be opposed inside, outside Parliament: Congress

Training guns on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Congress on Tuesday discounted his contention that UPA government had excluded 13 Acts from the land bill which NDA has included in the amended version, and vowed to oppose the present format both inside Parliament and outside.

Malaysia government tables two new anti-terror bills

Malaysia on Monday proposed two new anti-terrorism bills that allow detention of a person for two years without trial amid concerns in the Muslim majority country over several of its citizens getting swayed by the dreaded Islamic State militant group.

Two Albania MPs arrested over murder plot claims

Police arrested on Thursday two Albanian lawmakers charged with false statements for alleging that the parliament speaker was plotting the murder of one of them.

Police acted upon an arrest warrant issued for the two deputies -- Tom Doshi and Mark Frroku, a police spokesman said.

Parliament nod on Bill to convert 101 rivers into National Waterways this session: Gadkari

Promising to overhaul the five existing National Waterways (NWs) within six months, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today said Parliament nod will be sought on the Bill to convert 101 rivers across the country into NWs.

Russia threatens to prosecute MP who opposed Crimea annexation

Russian prosecutors have asked parliament to lift the immunity from prosecution of the only member of Russia`s legislature who voted against the annexation of Crimea from Ukraine, parliamentary officials said Thursday. 

MPs to pay tribute to Lee Kuan Yew at special Parliament session

A special Parliamentarian sitting will take place on Thursday for MPs who will pay tribute to the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew.

Rahul Gandhi’s ‘Break’

Much has already been written and discussed about Rahul Gandhi’s now infamously famous ‘break’. Well, here is another piece of some genuine advice for the Gandhi scion.

Topless protestor chased around Canada Parliament

A topless woman raged against a proposed anti-terror law in Canada`s Parliament on Monday, saying it will infringe on civil rights.

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Fire in Parliament premises: President Mukherjee expresses serious concern

President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday expressed his serious concern after a massive fire broke out in the Parliament compound, directing the authorities to ascertain its cause at the earliest.