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Bill in RS to provide for death penalty for hijackers

Legislation to amend anti-hijack law is to incorporate global treaties like the Beijing Protocol, 2010.


Leaders pay homage to martyrs of Parliament attack

On December 13, 2001, five heavily-armed gunmen stormed Parliament complex and opened indiscriminate fire, killing nine persons.

Districts court lawyers to go on strike tomorrow

In 212, the Delhi High Court had accepted the recommendation and issued a resolution to enhance the jurisdiction.


Govt lines up heavy legislative agenda in Parliament this week

Govt has lined up a heavy legislative agenda in Parliament including a bill seeking to replace coal blocks allocation ordinance.

Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli lawmakers to vote on dissolving parliament

Votes expected next week will dissolve Israel’s parliament, ushering in new polls


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.


Leila Seth’s new book talks of the need for speedy justice

Justice Leila Seth’s new collection of essays gently reminds that urgency was not a stranger to the UPA.


Winter session of Parliament to begin on 24 November, end on December 23

There are 67 bills pending before Parliament – eight before the Lok Sabha and 59 before the Rajya Sabha.


In Myanmar Parliament, colorful hats cap divisions

The civilians elected to Myanmar’s legislature are required to wear hats when taking the floor. The appointed military members are not.

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Gadkari pleaded that the EC should not interpret his "observations as exhortations to the atmosphere of bribing for vote-seeking.

Motor Vehicles Bill in next session of Parliament: Nitin Gadkari

New law will provide a corruption free and transparent system with a proper record of driving licenses, said Gadakri.


Rajnath Singh admitted in AIIMS

Singh, 63, has been admitted in the Gastroenterology department of the AIIMS at around 8.30pm.

Falling off a train: Claims rising, Railways Ministry smells a rat

The compensation amount for such claims ranges from Rs 32,000 to a maximum of Rs 4 lakh per victim.


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.