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DNA: Floods create havoc in different parts of India

Heavy rains has created flood like situation across India hampering normal life.

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Speaker suspends 25 Congress MPs for 5 days from Lok Sabha

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan suspended 25 Congress MPs for 5 days from Lok Sabha for unruly behaviour.

Panel discussion: Speaker suspends 25 Congress MPs for unruly behaviour- Part II

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has suspended 25 Congress MPs for unruly behaviour In Parliament.

Panel discussion: Speaker suspends 25 Congress MPs for unruly behaviour

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has suspended 25 Congress MPs for unruly behaviour In Parliament.

TMC not to attend LS from Tuesday to protest suspension of 25 Congress MPs

The Trinamool Congress on Monday decided not to attend the Lok Sabha from tomorrow to protest the suspension of 25 Lok Sabha MPs, TMC parliamentary party leader Sudip Bandyopadhyay said.

Corruption complaints surged 82 percent in 2014

An unprecedented over 64,000 corruption complaints were received by the Central Vigilance Commission last year, a rise of 82 per cent than the preceding year.

This is a black day for India and democracy: Sonia Gandhi on suspension of 25 MPs from Lok Sabha
This is a black day for India and democracy: Sonia Gandhi on suspension of 25 MPs from Lok Sabha

Reacting to the suspension of 25 MPs by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan from the Lok Sabha, Congress president Sonia Gandhi said on Monday that it was a black day for India and Democracy.

Lok Sabha Speaker suspends 25 Congress MPs for disrupting Parliament
Lok Sabha Speaker suspends 25 Congress MPs for disrupting Parliament

Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan on Monday suspended 25 Congress members for five days for "willfully obstructing the business of the house".

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'No work, no pay' should be followed for Parliamentarians: Mahesh Sharma

Taking on the Congress for the ongoing disruptions in the Parliament, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Dr. Mahesh Sharma on Monday said that `no work, no pay` should be followed for the parliamentarians in the same way as is done for the labourers.

'Concerned' BJD says 'it's in favour of smooth functioning of the House'

Pointing out that the Parliament witnessed similar scenes when the Congress-led UPA regime was in power, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) on Monday said that it was in favour of smooth functioning of the House.

Raising subsidised Parliament canteen food issue a 'conspiracy': SP MP

 Amid controversy over subsidised food in Parliament canteen, an SP member on Monday said there was a "conspiracy" to sully the image of parliamentarians and asked the government to come out with details on how many MPs actually eat in the canteen.

Sonia Gandhi attacks PM Narendra Modi, says 'Mann Ki Baat' man has retreated into `Maun Vrat`

Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Monday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his silence on any issue taking a controversial turn, notably the recent ones involving the External Affairs Minister and two Chief Ministers.

What will happen in Parliament: Work or War?

The environment within the Indian parliament is still one of war without any substantial work being accomplished. The parties are at a war of words. Will it remain adjourned even on it's fourteenth consecutive day?

Govt voices hope Parliament will be allowed to debate issues

 Ahead of an all-party meeting convened by it to break the Parliament logjam, Government on Monday voiced hope that Congress will allow discussion and debate in the House as wished by other parties.

Parliament logjam continues as Opposition creates uproar

Both houses of Parliament witnessed uproarious scenes on Monday as Congress-led Opposition continued to press for resignations of tainted NDA leaders allegedly involved in Laltgate and the Vyapam recruitment scam.

Did not urge UK to give travel docs to Lalit Modi: Sushma

 Breaking her silence, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said she had not made any request to the British government for issue of travel documents to controversial former IPL chief Lalit Modi and asserted that all allegations against her were "baseless and unfounded".

Parliament logjam: PM Modi likely to intervene, Lalitgate, Vyapam scam resignations ruled out

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is meeting senior cabinet ministers on Monday to look for ways to end the ongoing logjam in the monsoon session of Parliament over an opposition demand for ministers to resign for their alleged involvement with former IPL czar Lalit Modi and the Vyapam scam in Madhya Pradesh.

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