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Efforts on to reduce dependence on foreign defence equipment: Manohar Parrikar

He also informed the Lok Sabha that it would not be economical to manufacture certain defence equipment items.

Track diplomacy

Suresh Prabhu’s novel idea to meet all MPs over dinner to discuss railway projects in states has hit a hurdle.

Centre raises doubts over Rajasthan labour reforms

Dattatreya told Lok Sabha the Centre had “no objection” to other amendments by the state.


Creating ‘offensive, hostile’ work place for women will amount to sexual harassment

The new rules are expected to bring in more clarity on various sexual harassment offences punishable under the law.


Rajasthan labour reform passed, Centre now raises some doubts

Dattatreya also informed Lok Sabha that these provisions were likely to be opposed by trade unions.


Black money issue: Congress adjournment notice rejected in Lok Sabha

The Speaker, however, agreed to look into the demand to hold discussion at the earliest.


Winter session: Its numbers low, but on Day 1 Opposition stands up to be counted

The debate on the black money issue is now likely to take place on Wednesday, in the post-lunch session.

Tharoor again

Congress whip Deepender Hooda was twice seen animatedly asking Tharoor to join his colleagues in the protest.


TMC MPs disrupt Lok Sabha with umbrella protest over black money issue

Lok Sabha proceedings were adjourned till 12 noon after the opposition staged protests with open umbrella.

Ex-Bihar DGP, NIA chief in race for CBI top post

Prakash Mishra, Orissa cadre officer accused in graft case, also in the reckoning.


Lok Sabha Speaker calls session-eve meet

There are a total of 67 bills pending with Parliament, 59 of them in Rajya Sabha and eight in Lok Sabha.

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No provision in law to move courts

Most decisions are taken by voice vote, and unless a division of votes is demanded, there is no division given.


A teacher for the House

Nehru respected Parliament and earned the respect of parliamentarians.

LS stops allotment of guest houses to MPs, RS cracks whip

At the discretion of the government, MPs are entitled to bungalows which that they can recommend to their ‘guests’ for a maximum of three months.

Govt to introduce coal regulator Bill in Winter Session

The new Bill may empower the regulator to determine a pricing mechanism.