The Lok Sabha will have a total of 30 sittings and the Rajya Sabha 27 sittings till July 26. The first two days of the session will be used for administering the oath of office to all Lok Sabha MPs by Protem Speaker Virender Kumar.
Weather forecast and Temperature today India LIVE News Updates: The IMD said heatwave to severe heatwave conditions are very likely to prevail over Rajasthan, Vidarbha and Madhya Pradesh during the next five days and over Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi and south Uttar Pradesh during the next three days.
Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 India HIGHLIGHTS: The NDA parliamentary committee meeting is also scheduled to take place Saturday, where discussions regarding the government formation and swearing-in of the new Cabinet could take place.
BJP Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019 Celebrations HIGHLIGHTS: Home Minister Rajnath Singh has termed the "victory" "historic" and touted it as "the outcome of Modiji’s visionary leadership, Amit Shahji’s dynamism and the hard work of millions of BJP karyakartas on the ground".
Weather forecast today India Highlights: According to the IMD, thunderstorm activity is very likely to continue over many parts of northwest India for the next three-four days, due to the passage of frequent Western Disturbances.
Weather forecast today India HIGLIGHTS: Severe heat wave conditions are expected at isolated pockets over Vidarbha, parts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and in isolated pockets over southeast Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.
According to weather predictions, light rains accompanied with thunderstorm is likely over the weekend in Delhi, bringing respite to Delhiites from the searing temperatures that touched 43 degrees Celsius on Friday.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: All seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi will vote on May 12. PM Modi addressed a rally in Ramlila Maidan, which marks his first public address in the national capital for the elections, Gandhi held roadshows in North East and South Delhi constituencies.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi, at a rally in Haryana's Ambala, took on PM Modi and said that he should fight the elections on people's issues, unemployment, farmers' and women' issues.