Naidu’s political fortunes have been on a downslide following the ascendance of YSR Congress leader Jagan Mohan Reddy.
Of the 13 Lok Sabha MPs,six belong to Congress,four to TDP.
The AIADMK chief,according to sources,is wary of a tie-up with the BJP for the fear of losing minority votes to the rival DMK.
A hundred per cent consensus is not possible.
The 30-member committee has not met since February 12.
The House witnessed four adjournments before the Chair called it a day at 3 pm.
The Shiv Sena has been and would continue to be an ally of the BJP
Sena is known to have reservations about projecting Narendra Modi as NDA's PM candidate.
Faced with an impending judgment in a fodder scam case 10 days from now on July 15 Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Lalu Prasad
In the wake of the devastation in Uttarakhand,the Public Accounts Committee of Parliament Monday discussed a
He charted the BJP's growth from bit player to ruling party.
Eye on Bihar,ex-MPs Upendra Kushwaha,Brahmanand Mandal among those backing the idea
How roles reversed in the two parliamentary committees that took up the 2G spectrum scam,and how the draft report of each differed from the other in its findings
Parliamentary Affairs minister Kamal Nath never moved a motion in LS concurring with RS resolution
Thanks to the current parliamentary logjam,a function for conferring the Best Parliamentarian Awards for 2010,2011 and 2012
Unsure of the numbers on his side,Joint Parliamentary Committee Chairman P C Chacko is reluctant to convene a meeting of the panel
Charging the Opposition with disregard for parliamentary procedures and norms,P C Chacko Tuesday said there was no rule under which the Speaker could remove him as the Chairman of the Joint Parliamentary Committee. Responding to the Oppositions demand for his removal,Chacko told The Indian Express: There is no rule under which I can be removed […]
The government had earlier planned passage of the Finance Bill for May 6
Rule 262 may help ruling party to foil Opposition's game plan.
His confidence about being able to sort out differences over the draft 2G report notwithstanding,Joint Parliamentary Committee chairman P C Chacko faces a difficult test of numbers when the panel meets on April 25.
Potshots at Modi as JD(U) stresses secular credibility in leader,BJP rejects Modi 'inferences'.
Talking about the leadership issue,Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar invoked Atal Behari Vajpayee.
Janata Dal (United) indicated that it is inclined to walk out of the NDA.
However,the JD(U) is likely to wait till the end of the year for the BJP to take a decision.
The Central Election Committee of the BJP,which met here on Tuesday,finalised the names for 36 constituencies.
The meeting will be held at the Constitution Club here.
JD(U) could no longer be ignored,and hinted that his doors were open to any alliance: Nitish
Rally: At meet for special status,projects himself as kingmaker,hints doors open
With Lok Sabha Speaker Meira Kumar refusing to bail him out over the issue of summoning Finance Minister P Chidambaram as a witness
The schedule announced by the Election Commission for Assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat has cast its shadow over the Winter Session of Parliament
Rahul Gandhi,who is tipped to get a bigger role in the Congress organistion,has opted out of the parliamentary standing committee on human resource development
The two Houses remained paralysed for the fourth consecutive day.
Persisting with its demand for the resignation of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh over Coal block allocation,BJP contingent Wednesday walked out of a meeting of the Joint Parliamentary Committee while seeking to open another front against him over the 2G spectrum scam
The JPC is scheduled to meet tomorrow with the stated agenda of an internal discussion for finalising future programme of work of the committee.
He dutifully said the government was in agreement with the members and a response was being worked out.
Giving up her trademark poise and reserve,Sonia led from front,directing ministers to intervene.