2019 LOK SABHA ELECTION SCHEDULE
Lok Sabha passes National Investigation Agency (Amendment) Bill, 2019
Speaking in the lower house, Home Minister Amit Shah said that the bill was in national interest as it gives more power to the investigative body.
CPI, NCP, TMC face prospect of losing national party status
The CPI, BSP and NCP were facing the prospects of losing their national party sta...
EC appoints former IRS officer as special expenditure observer for Vellore LS bypoll
Official sources in the Election Commission Tuesday said...
Won’t ban petrol, diesel vehicles, says Nitin Gadkari
Gadkari said there is a concern that the government will ban ICE-vehicles, but it is well aware of the contribution that India’s automobile industry is making to the country’s exports and employment.
M Venkaiah Naidu accepts Neeraj Shekhar's resignation
When the House met for the day, Naidu mentioned that he had received a letter from Shekhar, son of former Prime Minister and socialist leader Chandra Shekhar, on July 15.
Opposition seeks standing committee scrutiny for at least 3 bills
Senior opposition leader says, there’s no confrontation between opposition and government
People need to pay the toll for good roads: Nitin Gadkari
Replying to a discussion on demands for grants for the Road Transport and Highways ministry, Nitin Gadkari said the government built 40,000 kilometres of highway in the last five years.
Only 6 votes against Amit Shah's NIA bill
The amendment bill, which strengthens and widens the scope of the agency, was passed with just six dissenting votes as no party, including SP, BSP, Trinamool, Congress and DMK, took a position against the legislation.
Why it’s so hard for Congress to replace Rahul Gandhi
Is Congress really moving away from the Gandhi family, as the intense search for Rahul’s replacement would suggest?
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