Earlier this year, the Monsoon Session of Parliament was delayed due to coronavirus and held in September instead of July. It was also cut short by 10 days due to the COVID-19 situation
Swati Maliwal hospitalised; DCW chief has been on 10-day hunger strike demanding stringent law against sexual crimes be enacted across India
Delhi Commission for Women chief, Swati Maliwal wrote to Narendra Modi, stating that she will not break her fast until Andhra Pradesh's Disha law is enacted throughout India
'Shiv Sena favouring CAB in Lok Sabha won't affect Maharashtra govt': Nawab Malik expresses confidence in newly-formed alliance in state
NCP chief spokesperson Nawab Malik said the Shiv Sena's decision to stage a walkout from the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday reflected its 'change of heart'.
'Kashmir situation normal, Congress' prediction of bloodshed proved wrong': Amit Shah alleges party only concerned with 'political activity' in region
The Congress divided the country on the basis of religion, said Amit Shah in the Lok Sabha while justifying that the Citizenship Amendment Bill that leaves out Muslims among illegal migrants from the purview of granting Indian citizenship.
Chidambaram brands Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 'patently unconstitutional', warns debate likely shift to SC if Parliament passes legislation
Slamming the BJP government, Chidambaram said, 'this is the price we pay for giving a party a brute majority that it uses to trample over the wishes of the states and the people.'
'Citizenship (Amendment) Bill a dangerous turn in wrong direction': US panel may consider sanctions against Amit Shah
Shah on Monday introduced the controversial Citizenship Amendment Bill in Lok Sabha, where it was passed with 311 members favouring it and 80 voting against it. It will now be tabled in the Rajya Sabha for its nod on Tuesday.
WATCH: Nirmala Sitharaman responding to surge in onion prices says 'not from family of onion eaters', says Centre taking steps to control hike
Sitharaman, who was replying to the debate on the first batch of supplementary demands for grants for 2019-2020 also said that onion price surge was due to factors such as a reduction in the area of cultivation and production.
Venkaiah Naidu pulls up MPs for low attendance in parliamentary panels in RS, urges leaders to ensure 'quantitative, qualitative functioning'
Venkaiah Naidu pulled up MPs of both Houses for their low attendance in parliamentary standing committees' meetings and urged the leaders of all political parties to ensure'quantitative and qualitative functioning' of these panels
Parliament Updates: Uproar in Rajya Sabha after Vijay Goel slams AAP govt for 'unfulfilled' poll promise of regularising Delhi's unauthorised colonies
Parliament LIVE Updates: The Centre on Wednesday told the Lok Sabha during a session of the ongoing Winter Session of Parliament that the personal data of at least 21 out of approximately 121 Whatsapp users may have been accessed by the attacker involved with the Pegasus software row in November.
Winter Session of Parliament: Jammu and Kashmir UT includes PoK, says Union Minister G Kishan Reddy in Lok Sabha
The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir comprises the territories of the Indian State of Jammu and Kashmir immediately before the commencement of the Constitution, except Ladakh, but includes Pakistan occupied Kashmir, Union Minister G Kishan Reddy said on Tuesday.
Rajya Sabha passes SPG Bill amid protests by Congress; Amit Shah says security for Gandhi family can't be a status symbol
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday hit out at the Congress over its continued protest over removal of SPG cover to the Gandhi family
Industrial relations code bill introduced in Lok Sabha: Bill to provide fixed-term employment, amalgamate three labour laws
Industrial Relations Code, 2019 was introduced by Labour minister who said that there was nothing in it which was against the interests of labourers
No discussion on ‘expunged’ remarks, says Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla after Congress raises topic of Pragya Singh Thakur's Nathuram Godse remark
'What she said has been expunged from the record. How can there be a debate if it is not on record?' said Om Birla
CPM MPs stage protest in Parliament over privatisation of PSUs; Cabinet had approved sale of its stake in four public sector enterprises
The lawmakers stood near the statue with placards in their hands which read 'save PSUs'
Trouble started when BJP's Vijay Goel was called to make his Zero Hour submission on the quality of water in Delhi and AAP's Sanjay Singh started countering him in a loud voice
Not privatising Railways, but only outsourcing commercial and onboard services to private players, Piyush Goyal tells Rajya Sabha
The government is not privatising the Indian Railways but only outsourcing commercial and on-board services to private players in order to provide better facilities to commuters, Railways Minister Piyush Goyal said in Rajya Sabha on Friday.
Daily Bulletin: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut; in LS, Prakash Javadekar to speak about air pollution; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: India, Bangladesh set for pink-ball debut at Eden Gardens; HRD Ministry appointed panel to visit JNU on today for resolution of issues; and more
Cabinet approves bill to grant ownership rights to people living in unauthorised colonies in Delhi; move to benefit 40-50 lakh people
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a bill which provides for a legal framework to grant ownership rights to the people living in unauthorised colonies in the city, a move that will benefit 40 to 50 lakh people
Daily Bulletin: Lok Sabha to continue discussions on air pollution, climate change; Delhi's air quality likely to turn 'severe' in two days; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Parliament to discuss Delhi pollution, Transgender persons Bill today; Jharkhand Assembly elections 2019: Amit Shah to address poll meetings in Manika, Lohardaga; and more
War of words over Kashmir situation in Rajya Sabha: Amit Shah claims 'total normalcy' in Valley, Congress says HM referring to 'some other state'
Responding to a series of questions on the situation in Jammu and Kashmir during Question Hour, Amit Shah said government offices, educational institutes, courts, health centres, banks and media outlets are functioning fully