Narendra Modi inaugurates first PIO parliamentarian meet, says achievements of diaspora a point of pride for country
Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the first 'PIO Parliamentarian Conference' on Tuesday at the Pravasi Bharatiya Kendra at Chanakyapuri.
Cutting across party lines, members in Lok Sabha sought stronger coordination between various agencies to deal with cyclones and other natural disasters.
SC tells states to constitute special courts for cases against MPs, MLAs: This may not be a long-term solution
The Supreme Court on Thursday gave the go ahead to constitute twelve fast track special courts to try offences against MPs and MLAs.
At least 12 special courts would be set up to decide cases involving politicians as accused, the Centre on Tuesday told the Supreme Court.
The drone can operate in adverse weather conditions as well as indoor areas, and can send footage and images back to officers at the scene in real-time.
JD(U) spokesperson KC Tyagi said on Monday that there was no split in the party and that most MPs and MLAs are with Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a group of BJP parliamentarians that they have to change their style of functioning to understand the changing face of Indian politics.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: Varun Gandhi questions MPs salary hike, lack of debate over key bills
BJP MP Varun Gandhi on Tuesday questioned a host of practices in the Lok Sabha, including the lawmakers' power to hike their own salaries and pass crucial bills like the Aadhaar legislation without much debate.
The Trinamool Congress is set to launch a three-week-long movement with the slogan "BJP Quit India", West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced in Kolkata.
Returning office Anoop Mishra announced that Kovind got the votes of 522 MPs (3,69,576 vote value), while Kumar managed 225 votes (1,59,300 vote value) of members of Parliament.
Kovind is expected to win the race for the top constitutional post given that the BJP and its allies have a majority in electoral college comprising MPs and MLAs of all states.
Presidential Election 2017: Counting of votes begins at 11 am, will decide fate of Ram Nath Kovind and Meira Kumar
Counting of the ballots cast in the 17 July presidential election will be taken up in New Delhi on Thursday to decide the fate of two contenders — the ruling NDA's candidate Ram Nath Kovind, who has a clear edge, and the combined Opposition nominee Meira Kumar.
Yogi Adityanath and Manohar Parrikar are among 55 MPs who will vote in their state assemblies instead of Parliament House for the presidential election
Specially serial-numbered pens with violet ink have been supplied by the Election Commission to ensure that only the writing instrument issued by it is used by voters to mark their votes on Monday.
A majority of the MPs and MLAs who will vote in next week's presidential polls are crorepatis, accounting for 75 percent of the total votes, says a report.
"Modi will address a meeting of NDA MPs on 16 July at 5 pm," Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Parliamentary Party secretary B. Kamarasu said in a letter addressed to all NDA MPs.
The Presidential aspirant Meira Kumar greeted people with the traditional salutation in Tamil, saying "vanakkam."
While Naidu was the proposer, YSR Congress Party's Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy seconded Kovind's fourth set of nomination papers.
Queen Elizabeth presents watered down list of proposed legislations for Theresa May's 'zombie government'
Prime Minister Theresa May, leading a so-called "zombie" government after a disastrous election, on Wednesday unveiled a diluted programme of action that included the mammoth legislation needed to take Britain out of the EU.
BJP chief Amit Shah Congress MPs and MLAs were inaccessible, while BJP brought in an "institutional change" in the way elected representatives engage with the masses.