All Members of Parliament will get soft copies of the budget and Economic Survey that contains an account of the state of the economy
Parliament complex gears up against coronavirus, announces colour-coded passes, restrictions on visiting hours from 11 March
In the wake of coronavirus outbreak, the movement of visitors and their entry into Parliament will be restricted when it reassembles after Holi on 11 March.
Winter Session of Parliament: PDP MPs protest in Parliament premises against scrapping of J&K’s special status; placard terms ‘UT not acceptable’
Two MPs urged the government to 'respect' special status of the region, 'Bring back normalcy in Kashmir. UT status not acceptable', one of the placards read while another said, 'detentions are no solution'
Parliament session should be productive with high-quality debates, says Narendra Modi as Winter Session gets underway
'This is the 250th session of the Rajya Sabha. During this session on 26 November, there is Constitution Day, when our Constitution completes 70 years. The Constitution inculcates the unity, integrity, diversity and beauty of the country and is a driving force for the country', said Narendra Modi ahead of Parliament's Winter Session
Lok Sabha panel cracks whip on ex-MPs overstaying at official bungalows, asks them to vacate residences within a week
Former MPs overstaying at their official bungalows in Lutyens' Delhi, were ordered to vacate their residence by a Lok Sabha panel.
Where is India’s pharma market headed? Regulatory infrastructure must be put in place to ensure global quality
The pace at which the “pharmacy of the world” is growing, there’s no denying that India is utilising its full potential.
A day after claiming that mosques were 'mushrooming' on roads and government land in the national capital, West Delhi BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma Wednesday accused the Congress and AAP of ignoring the issue for vote bank politics. Congress and AAP leaders hit back at the BJP accusing it of 'communalising' the issue for political gains in the Delhi Assembly polls, scheduled to be held in early 2020. The AAP won the 2015 Delhi elections by bagging 67 of the 70 Assembly seats, while the BJP had won just three seats.
Boris Johnson launches campaign to be Britain's next PM; MPs move to stop former foreign secretary from delivering 'no deal' Brexit
Boris Johnson launches his campaign Wednesday to replace Theresa May as Britain's next leader, as lawmakers moved to stop him and other hardliners from delivering a 'no deal' Brexit.
Ahead of the formation of the new Council of Ministers by the NDA government, Narendra Modi cautioned his colleagues.
SC fast tracks criminal cases against sitting and ex-MPs, MLAs in Kerala and Bihar; special courts to prioritise life term cases
The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed that special courts for trial of cases against present and former members of Parliament and legislative assemblies in Bihar and Kerala will prioritise life term cases. The two states together have 600 pending criminal cases.
IDBI Bank gets SEBI nod for preference share allotment to LIC; Bank board to meet today to approve share issue
The shareholding of LIC in IDBI Bank will increase to up to 51 percent after the preference share issue.
Media outlets express concerns about SC judgment on disqualification of politicians facing criminal charges
Media outlets across the country took to express their views on the Supreme Court's decision and discuss the realistic possibility of successfully implementing it.
Full text: Supreme Court judgment on disqualification of politicians facing criminal charges from contesting elections
The Supreme Court on Tuesday left the matter of disqualification of politicians carrying criminal charges against them, to the Parliament saying that the Court cannot add to the grounds of disqualification.
Supreme Court dismisses plea seeking to keep MPs, MLAs from practicing law, says Bar Council of India doesn't prohibit them
A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud on 9 July had reserved the order on the PIL filed by BJP leader and advocate Ashwini Upadhyay seeking to bar lawyer-lawmakers (MPs, MLAs, MLCs) from practising in courts during their tenure in legislature.
'Not in position to add disqualification of candidates with pending criminal cases': Supreme Court verdict on tainted MPs, MLAs
The Supreme Court on Tuesday passed a verdict on the disqualification of MPs and MLAs against whom a chargesheet has been filed, and said that the apex court is "not in a position" to order the disqualification of 'tainted' politicians.
Ahead of Monsoon Session of Parliament, Speaker Sumitra Mahajan writes to Lok Sabha MPs over 'frequent disruptions'
Ahead of the Monsoon Session of Parliament slated to begin 18 July, Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan has expressed concern over the frequent disruptions of Parliament, saying divergence of opinion and dissent should be within the established norms.
Centre's move to scrap MP airfare DA draws flak across party lines: Narendra Modi faces side-effects of political reform
When Narendra Modi govt proposed in the Budget that the DA should be scrapped, MPs from across party lines got together to protest the proposed withdrawal.
Parliament stalled for 14th consecutive day: MPs must be fined, held accountable for derailing governance
For two weeks now, people of India have been held at ransom by their elected leaders in Parliament, with almost no work done in the Budget Session.
Union Cabinet approves 55% hike for Members of Parliament: Monthly allowance of MPs set to increase by Rs 40,000
The monthly allowances of Members of Parliament (MPs) are all set to increase by Rs 40,000 per month, with the Union Cabinet on Wednesday approving up to 55 percent hike.
British House of Commons approves landmark Brexit bill after 80 hours of debate; House of Lords to consider legislation now
British MPs gave the green light to a landmark Brexit bill after weeks of debate and a government defeat, but the legislation now faces a battle in the upper chamber.