Om Birla elected Lok Sabha Speaker: Narendra Modi heaps praise, Opposition appeals for impartiality as Kota MP takes charge
Rajasthan MP Om Birla was chosen as speaker of the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
Lok Sabha updates: You are more answerable than ever, Speaker Om Birla tells Centre, assures Opposition he'll be unbiased
Lok Sabha LIVE updates: Speaker Om Birla, in his thank you note to the House, said that the Narendra Modi government, which will be serving its second term is more answerable to the people of India than ever. He thanked the prime minister, his party and all the other members of the House for putting their faith in him.
Om Birla is LS Speaker: Initially frowned upon, Modi's political experiments changing course of Indian polity
Modi carried on that non-conventionalism while narrowing down on a name for the post of the country’s president. Ram Nath Kovind was as much a surprise for political veterans as members of the Sangh Parivar.
Public sector banks recover bad loans worth Rs 2.33 lakh cr in 4 years to FY18, says union minister Shiv Pratap Shukla
As per RBI data on global operations for PSBs, during the financial years 2014-15 to 2017-18, PSBs recovered Rs 2,33,339 crore, of which Rs 32,693 crore was from written-off accounts, Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla said in a written reply in Lok Sabha.
TDP MPs hold protest inside Lok Sabha Speaker's chamber over no-confidence motion, Andhra Pradesh special status
TDP MPs on Friday again held protests for special category status for Andhra Pradesh inside Parliament even after the Lok Sabha was adjourned sine die
Budget Session of Parliament: Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha disrupted for 21st consecutive day as protests continue
The proceedings of the both the houses of Parliament remained disrupted for the 20th consecutive day on Wednesday due to protest by Opposition parties
A no confidence motion could not be taken up on Tuesday again amid protests even as Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar
Nepal Singh's remark on army men triggers fresh row as Congress demands unconditional apology in Parliament
The Congress on Tuesday demanded an unconditional apology from BJP MP Nepal Singh for his reported comments that army jawans should expect death because of the profession they are in
The quality of discussions in parliament has been deteriorating and the lawmakers' viewpoint and participation must be improved, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan said.
Would it benefit Mulayam Singh Yadav if he went for early Lok Sabha polls in 2013 before the completion of the full term of UPA II or will it be a political blunder?
Taking it a step towards making a safe workplace a reality for women, the Lok Sabha Monday passed a bill which would protect women, including millions employed as domestic help, against sexual harassment at work.
The BJP moved a privilege motion against Home Minister P Chidambaram today for speaking to the media outside the Parliament when it was in session.