LS passes FCRA bill, Opposition claims Centre acting as 'Big Brother'; eight RS MPs suspended over farm bills row
The draft law seeks to make it mandatory for officer-bearers of NGOS to provide Aadhar numbers at the time of registration and also to bar public servants from receiving foreign funds.
No-confidence motion against P Vijayan govt defeated in Kerala Assembly; CM says Congress in 'pathetic situation'
It is after a 15-year gap that a no-confidence motion was moved against the state government
Madhya Pradesh crisis another reminder that India's anti-defection law is rife with problems, needs serious rethink
Critics say that the anti-defection law strips the MPs and MLAs of their independent moral compass or decision making powers as they are forced to toe the party line.
Karnataka political crisis: BJP issues notice to Speaker, seeks to move no-confidence motion against Kumaraswamy
16 MLAs have resigned from the Karnataka Assembly while two independent MLAs S Shankar and H Nagesh have withdrawn their support to the coalition government.
'Neither did plane fly, nor did earthquake occur': Modi peppers last Lok Sabha speech with digs at Rahul Gandhi
In his last speech in the 16th Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday took potshots at Congress President Rahul Gandhi for his various gestures and comments made in the House during the last five years, including raking up of the Rafale fighter deal.
UK Parliament rejects Brexit deal: Timeline of key events from 2013 when David Cameron vowed EU referendum as poll promise
Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday as Jeremy Corbyn submitted the motion over the government's defeat in the Brexit vote.
Theresa May's Brexit deal crushed by 230 votes in UK Parliament: What happens if PM loses no-confidence vote over EU divorce deal?
Theresa May has warned that rejecting her deal opens up the possibility of Brexit being stopped, or that Britain leaves disruptively without a deal. She has promised to respond quickly to any defeat. So, what happens next if she loses?
Gujarat: No-confidence motion submitted by Congress against BJP govt admitted but no discussion held
A no-confidence motion submitted by the Congress against the BJP government in Gujarat was admitted on Wednesday, though it could not be taken up for discussion with the monsoon session ending.
Monsoon Session ends: From Rahul Gandhi's hugplomacy to RS deputy chairman election, here are the highlights
Perhaps this session will most likely be remembered for the failed no-confidence motion against the Narendra Modi government.
RS deputy chairman election: BJP’s nimbleness, guile come to fore as Opposition unity goes ‘Hari bharose’
Despite being the hegemonic force in Indian politics, BJP under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and party chief Amit Shah retains the necessary nimbleness to wade through the cross-currents of coalition politics.
RS deputy chairman election: Modi-Shah's masterful display in Monsoon Session may be a prelude to 2019 polls
The election for post of Rajya Sabha deputy chairman was yet another occasion for Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah to prove their unmatched ability to turn a challenging situation to their advantage.
Narendra Modi on no-confidence motion: Thankful to Congress for letting me expose Opposition's hollowness
Narendra Modi at a BJP parliamentary party meeting thanked Congress for letting him expose the opposition's hollowness and inform the masses about his dispensation's successes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing Rahul Gandhi's "chowkidar-bhagidar" comment in a meet in Lucknow, said that he considered it a compliment
'If we hug Rahul Gandhi, our wives may divorce us': BJP MP's bizzare response to Congress chief's hugplomacy
Nishikant Dubey's reaction to Rahul Gandhi's statement comes at a time when the Supreme Court is dropping hints favoring the likelihood of decriminalisating homosexuality in the near future.
Whether there is any euphoria or has any irrational exuberance crept into the market, or is the rise for real, is the question on the minds of investors, though it does not matter much for a positional trader.
'Shiv Sena not fighting for PM's dream': Uddhav Thackeray slams BJP after Amit Shah hints at going solo in 2019
Shiv Sena supremo Uddhav Thackeray slammed the BJP in an interview in his party mouthpiece Saamana and said the party was fighting for the dreams of the common man and not the dreams of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, according to several media reports.
Monsoon Session of Parliament updates: Prakash Javadekar says education budget increased by 70% in four years
As Rajya Sabha discussed The Motor Vehicles (Amendment) Bill, 2017, JD(U) leader Harivansh said that road accidents were on the rise since 1970 but the law hasn't been amended accordingly. "People drive while attending phone calls. In Bihar, after prohibition on liquor, the number of road accidents has declined. The government should ensure that there is a strict law on drunk driving,' he said.
No-confidence motion: AIADMK support for NDA govt raises questions if party has prostrated before BJP
Whether it be over NEET or funds under the 14th Finance Commission, Tamil Nadu has reason to be bitter.
Rahul Gandhi's flippant performance in Parliament proves he can never be trusted with serious affairs of the state
It is clear after Friday's rigmarole that Rahul Gandhi is no longer – if at all he ever was – the natural leader of an anti-Narendra Modi alliance. He lacks the depth, the appeal, the grace and the understanding to try and even garner such a front
Congress' Mumbai unit puts up posters of Rahul hugging Modi, says party to win elections with 'love' not hatred
Congress's Mumbai has put up posters featuring Rahul Gandhi hugging Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Parliament with a message that says Congress will win through "love" not hatred