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Delhi Confidential: Revisiting Childhood

Paswan’s cousin had got the mobile number of the elderly teacher, who now lives in Bihar’s Patna Sahib.

Delhi Confidential: Voice Within

Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar asked the party leaders to replace Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury as the Congress leader in Lok Sabha with Shashi Tharoor.

Delhi confidential: Courtroom Rush

The open court, which is supposed to allow the public to witness its proceedings, is often overcrowded and difficult to manage.

Delhi Confidential: Sudden Change

After Mayawati picked Girish Chandra, party MP from Nagina, to speak on the historic debate on Article 370 in Lok Sabha, the BSP chief has now appointed Jaunpur MP Shyam Singh Yadav as leader of the party in Lok Sabha.

Delhi Confidential: Missing Member

The absence of Farooq Abdullah, the Lok Sabha MP from Srinagar, from the House was disconcerting for some Opposition MPs. DMK’s Dayanidhi Maran was seen going through rulebooks and consulting RSP’s N K Premachandran before raising a point of order.

Delhi Confidential: No News On Move

SAD leader Naresh Gujral said his party was not consulted before and learnt about it only in the Cabinet meeting.

Delhi Confidential: Shifting home

Though the RSS took the decision to withdraw him from the BJP mid-July, Ramlal stayed put at the 9, Ashoka Road premises provided by the party for over a fortnight.

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Naidu referred to the need for inner peace and tranquil minds to face various challenges that flow from mechanical lifestyle and work pressures that are making lives stressful.

Delhi Confidential: A Different Concern

Lok Sabha members frequently flag issues concerning their constituents, but rarely find an opportunity to articulate their own problems.

Delhi Confidential: Omitting The PM

As Gogoi started, Speaker Om Birla suggested that he could also compliment the Prime Minister and the Forest Minister.

Delhi Confidential: Matter Of Seats

By late evening, as the BJP managed to get the triple talaq Bill passed in Rajya Sabha despite the skewed arithmetic, Javadekar’s remark seemed prophetic.

Delhi Confidential: Explain No More!

Even party loyalty, it seems, has its limits of endurance. This was evident in Lok Sabha after the nearly six-hour-long discussion on the National Medical Commission Bill.