On the opening day of the Winter Session of Parliament, Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu called for newly-elected members to take an oath
Truant legislators: Only one MP attended all sittings in seven consecutive Rajya Sabha sessions, reveals study
The study, undertaken by Rajya Sabha Secretariat, analysed attendance data over the last seven sessions — from 248th to 254th session — which had a total of 138 sittings
Tokyo Olympics 2020: President Ram Nath Kovind hosts high tea for Indian contingent, hails the outstanding campaign
While interacting with the Indian contingent for the Tokyo Olympics 2020, the President said the entire country is proud of them for bringing glory to the nation, according to a Rashtrapati Bhavan statement.
'Sacrilege in temple of democracy': RS Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu slams Opposition behaviour in Parliament
Ugly scenes were witnessed in the Upper House when the House began a discussion on farmers' protest against new reform laws
ROTAVAC 5D is a unique rotavirus vaccine formulation that can be administered without buffer
Parliament's Monsoon Session: From Centre's bills to Oppn's talking points and COVID-19 looming large, here's what to expect
The Opposition on its part wants to corner the government by raising issues like alleged shortcomings in the healthcare system during the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and the distribution of COVID vaccines to states
Twitter briefly drops blue tick from M Venkaiah Naidu's personal handle due to inactivity; status now restored
Officials of the Vice President Secretariat said the personal Twitter handle of Naidu @MVenkaiahNaidu was inactive for a long time and the Twitter algorithm removed the blue badge.
M Venkaiah Naidu favours moderation while using social media to prevent abuse, calls for ending farmers' stir
Asserting that he was against controlling social media, the Vice President of India said such effective platforms should not be misused and abused, and social media should not be allowed to be converted into theatres of war
Narendra Modi pays tributes to victims of 2001 Parliament attack, says India will never forget 'cowardly attack'
Union home minister Amit Shah and defence minister Rajnath Singh also paid tributes at a brief ceremony held outside the Parliament building
Pvt hospitals charged high fees, sustainable pricing could've averted many COVID-19 deaths, finds parliamentary panel
Underlining that healthcare spending in the country is 'abysmally low', the panel said the fragility of the Indian health ecosystem posed a big hurdle in generating an effective response against COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 recovery rate crosses 83%, but new sero-survey shows 90% Indians at risk; M Venkaiah Naidu tests positive
Vice President of India M Venkaiah Naidu has tested positive for coronavirus and is under home quarantine, Tamil Nadu has extended the ongoing lockdown till 31 October, India's recovery rate has crossed 83%; the latest covid-19 updates from India
Parliamentary panel suggests continuation of virtual courts in post-COVID period, says digital justice 'cheaper and faster'
Virtual courts expedite processes and procedures and are an improvement over traditional courts as they are more affordable, the panel said
Staggered seating, 18 sittings with no breaks: Monsoon Session of Parliament likely to be held from 14 Sept to 1 Oct
For the first time in Parliament, 60 members will be seated in the chamber, 51 in the galleries of Rajya Sabha, and the remaining 132 in the Lok Sabha chamber
The Monsoon Session, likely to begin in the last week of August or early September, will witnesses several firsts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the use of both chambers and galleries
Ajit Jogi, first CM of Chhattisgarh, passes away at 74: Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi offer condolences
"Ajit Jogi strived to bring a positive change in the lives of the poor, especially tribal communities," said Prime Minister Narendra Modi offering his condolences to the family of the first Chhattisgarh chief minister
Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu says secularism ingrained in every Indian, minorities more secure here than in other countries
Vice-President M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday said secularism is in the blood and veins of every Indian and minorities are more secure in India than in any other country even as he asked some countries to refrain from advising India on its internal affairs.
Coronavirus outbreak: 58 engineers from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana stranded in China's Wuhan; families request Centre to ensure early repatriation
Families of 58 engineers has requested the Centre to ensure the repatriation of the youths at the earliest
Budget Session from 31 Jan; LS speaker Om Birla, RS chairman M Venkaiah Naidu call all parties for discussion before Parliament meets tomorrow
Ahead of the Budget Session of Parliament, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has convened a meeting of the leaders of various political parties in the evening of 30 January.
RS panel calls for making monitoring apps mandatory on all devices to contain child pornography, demands amendment of POCSO and IT Acts
The report was presented to Rajya Sabha chairman M Venkaiah Naidu by the panel chief and Congress parliamentarian Jairam Ramesh
Over 91% of Nirbhaya Fund unused, says Centre: Politicians fulminating over rape cases must put their money where their mouth is
The Centre informed Parliament that five states and a Union Territory have not utilised a single penny of the Nirbhaya Fund granted to them by the Union Home Ministry to firm up women's safety.