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Budget Session: Parliament To Function In Two Shifts Owing To Covid
Budget Session: Parliament To Function In Two Shifts Owing To Covid

The President will arrive at the Central Hall of the Parliament at 10.55 am along with the Chairman of Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister, Speaker of Lok Sabha and the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs.

Demand For Veer Surendra Sai's Statue In Parliament Grows
Demand For Veer Surendra Sai's Statue In Parliament Grows

Veer Surendra Sai was the first freedom fighter who had raised an armed struggle against the British imperialist forces in 1827, about 30 years before the 1857 Sepoy uprising.

Parliament's Budget Session Begins From Jan 31, Union Budget On Feb 1
Parliament's Budget Session Begins From Jan 31, Union Budget On Feb 1

The session proceedings will fall in between the elections in five states, and the notification for the first phase of polls in Uttar Pradesh has been issued by the EC.

Over 300 More Parliament Staffers Test Positive For Covid-19
Over 300 More Parliament Staffers Test Positive For Covid-19

Earlier till January 9, more than 400 of them had tested positive during random testing.

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400 Parliament Staffers Test Covid Positive

Most of the staffers who have contracted the virus did not show any symptoms.

Minister of State for Home Affairs Nityanand Rai
States/UTs Given Rs 96.13 Cr To Modernise Police Stations: Govt

The Ministry of Home Affairs has been implementing Cyber Crime Prevention against Women & and Children (CCPWC) Scheme to deal with various issues related to cyber crime against women and children.

Omicron
Omicron: Parliamentary Panel Recommends Evaluation Of Vaccines, More Research For Booster Dose

The committee recommended Indian SARS-CoV-2 Genomic Consortia INSACOG to closely monitor the new strain of the virus and work towards upgrading the genome sequencing infrastructure in the country.

Journalists Protest Against Restrictions On Entry Of Media Persons Into Parliament
Journalists Protest Against Restrictions On Entry Of Media Persons Into Parliament

A limited number of scribes, photojournalists and camera people working with the print and electronic media are being allowed to enter Parliament premises during sessions since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic last year.

Not Right To Resort To Internet Shutdown Every Time: Parliament Panel
Not Right To Resort To Internet Shutdown Every Time: Parliament Panel

The committee has urged the Department of Telecommunications to put in place a strong monitoring mechanism so that the states or UTs do not shut down the Internet services using Section 144 of the CrPC.

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Parliament Passes Bill To Repeal Three Farm Laws

Tomar moved the motion and said while moving the bill for passage that the three laws were brought for the benefit of farmers.

Govt Calls All Party Meet Ahead Of Winter Session, AAP Walks Out
Govt Calls All Party Meet Ahead Of Winter Session, AAP Walks Out

Sources said that opposition parties raised issues of Pegasus snooping row, price rise, unemployment, and extended jurisdiction of the Border Security Force (BSF) in some states.

PM Modi
Conduct Of Lawmakers Should Be In Line With Indian Values: PM Modi

The prime minister also pushed the idea of having a separate time for quality and healthy debates in legislatures which should be serious, dignified and devoid of political potshots at others.

CJI
'Sorry State Of Affairs': CJI N V Ramana On Lack Of Debate In Parliament

The Monsoon session of parliament was short-terminated last week following days of relentless protest by the Opposition over the Pegasus snooping row, farm laws, price rise and other issues.

Venkiah-Naidu
Oppn Must Apologies To Nation For Bringing Disrespect To Parliament: Govt

The Union ministers in particular criticised the Congress, Trinamool Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for demeaning the parliamentary procedure.

Fertiliser Scam Case: Several NRIs, Foreign Firms Being Probed
Fertiliser Scam Case: Several NRIs, Foreign Firms Being Probed

According to the CBI FIR, IFFCO and IPL were importing huge quantities of fertilisers, running into several thousands of metric tons, along with raw materials for fertilisers from various foreign suppliers, for the country's farmers, and the government was providing subsidy on them to facilitate supply to the farmers at reasonable rates.

Kendrapara Rasabali
‘Kendrapara Rasabali’ May Soon Get GI Tag, MP Subhash Singh Writes To Centre

Kendrapara’s popular delicacy ‘Rasabali’ may soon get Geographical Indication (GI) tag.

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Parliament Logjam
Parliament Logjam: Both Houses Worked For 18 Hours In 2 Weeks

Both Houses of parliament have witnessed little business except the government passing bills amid din without any proper discussion

IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw Rubbishes Reports Of Pegasus Project
IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw Rubbishes Reports Of Pegasus Project

The minister was making a statement on the Pegasus project reports, published in The Wire, which showed that over 300 hone numbers - including those of two serving ministers, over 40 journalists, three opposition leaders among others could have been targeted for hacking through Pegasus spyware.

Govt Ready For Healthy, Meaningful Discussion In Parliament: PM Modi At All-Party Meet
Govt Ready For Healthy, Meaningful Discussion In Parliament: PM Modi At All-Party Meet

PM Modi called for healthy discussions in Parliament and sought the cooperation of leaders of all political parties. He expressed hope that the sessions run smoothly and complete the business. He also expressed his condolences on the loss of lives due to COVID-19 pandemic.

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Govt Holds All-Party Meeting Ahead Of Monsoon Session Of Parliament

Besides Modi, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, Union minister and Leader of House in Rajya Sabha Piyush Goyal and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi were present at the meeting.

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Monsoon Session: Border Dispute With China To Rock Parliament

Earlier this month, the Chinese displayed banners near the Line of Control in Demchok during celebrations of the birthday of the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama on July 6.

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Govt Set To Introduce 17 New Bills In Monsoon Session

The government is going to introduce 17 new Bills in the Monsoon Session of Parliament, which begins on July 19. With the much-awaited Cabinet reshuffle finally done and dusted, it is time for governance again.

Supreme Court
Time-Bound Defection: Only Parliament Can Frame Laws, Says SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday asked how it was possible for the top court to frame legislation when it is in Parliament's jurisdiction.

Parliament
Parliament Monsoon Session Likely From July 19

The Monsoon session of Parliament is likely to commence on its usual timing this year with signals coming from the government to hold the session in the third week of July, sources said.

Time To Frame CAA Rules Extended By Parliament
Time To Frame CAA Rules Extended By Parliament

New Delhi: The government has been granted time till April 9 by Lok Sabha and July 9 by Rajya Sabha to frame rules under the citizenship law. Union Minister of State for Home Nityanand Rai said in Lok Sabha that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA) was notified on December 12, 2019 and came into […]

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