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Telangana bill will be tabled in winter session of Parliament Shinde

Nov 14, 2013

Telangana bill will be tabled in winter session of Parliament Shinde

Seeking to put a lid on speculation, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde today said the Bill for creation of the new state of Telangana, bifurcating Andhra Pradesh, will be tabled in the winter session of Parliament starting on 5 December. #NewsTracker #Parliament of India #Telangana #Telangana Rashtra Samithi #Winter Session of Parliament
Hold more sessions, discuss more, President tells MPs and MLAs

Oct 21, 2013

Hold more sessions, discuss more, President tells MPs and MLAs

President Pranab Mukherjee today said Parliament and state Assemblies should hold more sessions and meet for longer period and also devote adequate time for discussing finance matters so that the Executive is "kept on its toes." #Manmohan Singh #Pranab Mukherjee #Parliament of India #TheySaidIt #Meghalaya Assembly
Govt slams opposition for flip-flop on Constituional Amendment Bill

Sep 12, 2013

Govt slams opposition for flip-flop on Constituional Amendment Bill

The government today accused the opposition, particularly BJP, of changing its stand which led to stalling of the passage of a key bill aimed at overturning a Supreme Court order on immediate disqualification of convicted lawmakers. #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Parliament of India #Members of Parliament #Constitutional amendment bill
Sonia Gandhi returns to India after check-up in US

Sep 11, 2013

Sonia Gandhi returns to India after check-up in US

Congress President Sonia Gandhi, who had gone abroad for a routine medical check-up, returned home this morning. #United States #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #NewsTracker #Rahul Gandhi #Parliament of India #amendments to food bill
SC to examine through manual scavenging legislation

Sep 09, 2013

SC to examine through manual scavenging legislation

Parliament's approval to the Bill banning manual scavenging will come in for scrutiny of the Supreme Court which will examine the bill's contents. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Parliament of India #Manual scavenging
CAG slams the govt for procurement of branded drugs

Sep 06, 2013

CAG slams the govt for procurement of branded drugs

An amount of Rs 11.81 crore could have been saved if generic drugs had been procured, said a CAG report which was tabled in Parliament on Friday. #CAG #NewsTracker #Parliament of India #Generic drugs #Central Government #Central Government Health Scheme #Branded drugs
Approach Parliament for RTI exemption Law Min tells DAE

Aug 28, 2013

Approach Parliament for RTI exemption Law Min tells DAE

DAE had approached the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) seeking exemption from the transparency law as "disclosure under RTI would harm competitive position of third parties" working for various organisations. #Parliament of India #WhoSaidWhat #Right to Information Act #Department of Atomic Energy
Parliament will decide on RTI amendments Narayanasamy

Aug 21, 2013

Parliament will decide on RTI amendments Narayanasamy

Parliament will decide on amendment sought in the Right to Information (RTI) Act to keep political parties out of the ambit of Right to Information Act, Union Minister V Narayanasamy said here today. #Parliament of India #TheySaidIt #RTI #CIC #V Narayanasamy
Food Secutiy Bill stalled, UPA seeks JD(U) backing in LS

Aug 21, 2013

Food Secutiy Bill stalled, UPA seeks JD(U) backing in LS

Government today reached out to opposition JD(U) as continued disruptions in Parliament blocked passage of UPA's 'game changer' Food Security Bill that aims to provide foodgrains at cheap rates to 67 per cent of the population. #NewsTracker #Lok Sabha #Parliament of India #Food Security Bill #Sharad Yadav #JD(U)