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LS Speaker tells Cong MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury to leave after he banged placard on table

Jul 27, 2015

LS Speaker tells Cong MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury to leave after he banged placard on table

An agitating Congress member in Lok Sabha on Monday banged his placard on the table of the Speaker, prompting the angry Sumitra Mahajan to abruptly adjourned the House for an hour. #Congress #NewsTracker #Lok Sabha #Parliament session #Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury #Sumitra Mahajan
After a washout week, Lok Sabha takes 3 questions, adjourned for 30 mins after noisy Oppn protests

Jul 27, 2015

After a washout week, Lok Sabha takes 3 questions, adjourned for 30 mins after noisy Oppn protests

After a washout of Lok Sabha proceedings for a week, noisy protests by the opposition over Lalit Modi, Vyapam and other issues today led to a short adjournment of the House, but only after it took up three questions during the Question Hour. #Congress #NewsTracker #Lalit Modi #Lok Sabha #parliament #Opposition #Monsoon session #NDA #Vyapam scam
Tharoor consulted by Rahul in Lok Sabha, Cong protests continue

Jul 27, 2015

Tharoor consulted by Rahul in Lok Sabha, Cong protests continue

Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who recently faced Sonia Gandhi's ire, was on Monday seen in Lok Sabha engrossed in an animated discussion with Rahul Gandhi who was playing an active role in guiding his party's protesting members in the House which saw some business despite the din. #Congress #BJP #NewsTracker #Rahul Gandhi #Lok Sabha #parliament #Shashi Tharoor
Parliament disruption: Time for NDA to bare its fangs and tell Sonia 'no deal'

Jul 27, 2015

Parliament disruption: Time for NDA to bare its fangs and tell Sonia 'no deal'

The NDA gains nothing by even partly acquiescing in the Congress' demand for the resignation of Sushma Swaraj, Vasundhara Raje, and Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Time for the Modi government to get tough with the Congress #Sonia Gandhi #GST #Land Bill #Modi Govt #Parliament disruption #Congress Tactics
PM Modi talks about Kargil, road accidents; sidesteps politics on 'Mann Ki Baat'

Jul 27, 2015

PM Modi talks about Kargil, road accidents; sidesteps politics on 'Mann Ki Baat'

Concerned over the high rate of casualties in accidents, the government will soon bring a Road Transport and Safety Bill and launch cashless treatment for mishap victims, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Sunday in his monthly radio programme while avoiding any mention of politics or the logjam in Parliament. #Narendra Modi #parliament #Kargil #newstrackers #Vijay Divas
I did not recommend travel documents for Lalit Modi, says Sushma Swaraj

Jul 25, 2015

I did not recommend travel documents for Lalit Modi, says Sushma Swaraj

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj defended herself on Saturday against allegations of helping former IPL chief Lalit Modi, saying she never requested or recommended travel documents for him. #Congress #BJP #sushma swaraj #Narendra Modi #Lalit Modi #TheySaidIt #parliament #Lalitgate
Parliament logjam: Can the Congress beat BJP's record of disruption?

Jul 25, 2015

Parliament logjam: Can the Congress beat BJP's record of disruption?

This is perhaps a stunning example of BJP's contradictory political behaviour: the party that disrupted the Parliament the most in the last five decades crying foul that the Opposition is not allowing the house to work. #HowThisWorks #Sonia Gandhi #Congress #BJP #sushma swaraj #Narendra Modi #Rajya Sabha #Lalit Modi #Rahul Gandhi #Lok Sabha #parliament #Lalitgate
Lok Sabha adjourned: Disrupting Parliament a valid strategy but what next for Congress?

Jul 24, 2015

Lok Sabha adjourned: Disrupting Parliament a valid strategy but what next for Congress?

Simply creating hungama in parliament and holding protests in its own backyard will not help it win an election even in 2024 -- let alone 2019. #OnOurMind #Congress #BJP #parliament #Monsoon session
Parliament washout: Politicians have decided TV is the place to speak, Parliament to shout

Jul 24, 2015

Parliament washout: Politicians have decided TV is the place to speak, Parliament to shout

If the MPs are complicit in rendering Parliament redundant, there is a case to state that television has been an accessory to it by providing an alternative platform which is purposeless because even there, one sees more madness than sense. It is by now a pattern of Indian politics that Parliaments functioning is obstructed and then points are sought to be made on the TV. T #InMyOpinion #parliament #Monsoon Session of Parliament #Lok Sabha TV #Rajya Sabha TV