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Gadkari ‘bugging’ row: Uproar in House, Congress demands probe

Mallikarjun Kharge wanted to know how many ministers, MPs, and officials’ phones were being tapped by the government.


Three important bills introduced in Arunachal Pradesh assembly

Along with introduction of bills , names of nominated members for the panel of chairmen were announced.

Students protest in Delhi

Stalemate continues as UPSC aspirants march towards Parliament, remain adamant on scrapping CSAT

With no assurance from government, there seems to be no end in sight to the protests by UPSC aspirants.


In Parliament, BJP squirms as Shiv Sena says: Eat this

SHAME: That’s the chorus in Parliament and outside over Shiv Sena MPs force-feeding a fasting Muslim.

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Standing scrutiny

This budget won’t have adequate parliamentary oversight, because of a structural anomaly.


Pranab Mukherjee spells out Modi govt’s roadmap, says it is committed to end rural-urban divide, modernisation of madrasa

In his address , the President said the govt is committed to improve the quality of life in villages.

Narendra Modi takes charge as Prime Minister

LIVE: 16th Lok Sabha meets on Day 2; Modi and Sonia sworn in as members

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, among others, was on Thursday sworn in as a member of 16th Lok Sabha.


Seven sins of hubris

The UPA committed them. The new government should avoid them.

First on Rajnath agenda: Communal violence Bill, Andhra bifurcation

Besides the communal violence Bill, the preparations for the foundation day of Telangana, scheduled on June 2, will be another key issue on Rajnath’s table.

Don’t let tainted MPs enter House: Plea in court

The petition, filed on Saturday, cited media reports alleging that some of the MPs elected to Parliament have criminal pasts.


Narendra Modi bows as he enters Parliament for first time

Narendra Modi touched L K Advani’s feet, seeking his blessings.


Anna 5-year plan: 100 farmers in Parliament

He said he will visit every state to sensitize the people in this regard for the next five years.


Making place for women

If parties are sincere about the women’s reservation bill, why hasn’t there been a minimal debate about its flaws and possibilities?


ONCE UPON A POLL: Third Lok Sabha election (1962)

The third in our series looking at the Lok Sabha polls of the past.

The national currency, the hryvnia, a barometer of economic confidence, plunged to near a 2008 low of 10 cents.

Alarm in Ukraine as Putin orders surprise army drills on border

Thousands of ethnic Russians march, shouting ‘Crimea is Russian’, clash with rival protesters.