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It is a landmark day: Rajnath Singh on passage of farm bills in Rajya Sabha
"With the passing of two landmark agriculture Bills in Rajya Sabha today, India has cemented the strong foundation for ‘Atmanirbhar Agriculture'," the defence minister tweeted. "This is the result of endless dedication and determination of the Govt under the leadership of PM Shri @narendramodi," he added.
Labour minister Gangwar clarifies his response on migrant workers in Parliament
Gangwar, had, on Monday said in the Lok Sabha that the govern...
Modi govt sometimes blames God, sometimes people, but not its 'misrule': Rahul Gandhi
Tagging a media report on Vardhan's remarks, Gandhi twe...
View: New farm bills will unshackle 43% of India’s workforce that is engaged in the sector
Farmers will be able to enter into agreements with food processors to grow processable varieties and sell them at assured prices. Nor will they be restricted in to whom and where they sell their produce.
25 MPs across both Houses test positive for Covid-19 on Day 1 of Monsoon session
12 BJP MPs, 2 from YSR Congress and one each from Shiv Sena, DMK and RLP tested positive. In Rajya Sabha, two MPs each from BJP and Congress and one each from AIADMK, TRS, AAP and Trinamool Congress tested positive.
Aiming to bring down mortality rate to less than 1 pc: Health minister tells Parliament
Replying to a debate in Rajya Sabha, he said the country's recovery rate of 78-79 per cent is one of the highest in the world, adding though the total cases may have crossed 50 lakh, active cases are less than 20 per cent. Deaths in India due to coronavirus pandemic are less than many nations in Europe.
India Inc welcomes new labour laws, says it will push up costs but gives freedom
The government introduced three separate labour codes – on industrial relations, occupational safety and health, and social security -- in the Lok Sabha on Saturday, proposing significant changes to make them less rigid for industry, while strengthening the safety net of workers.
Congress-AIUDF alliance will be restricted to 25 to 30 seats in the assembly polls: Himanta Biswa Sarma
“If Ajmal gets prominence the culture of Assam cannot remain intact. See how in the last one week talks are centred in and on Ajmal. However, we have started taking steps to ensure that Ajmal is stopped and both Congress and AIUDF will be restricted to 25 to 30 seats,” Sarma said.
Housekeeper employed with Lok Sabha Secretariat tests COVID-19 positive; hospitalised
The infected man has not attended office for the last few days. He had symptoms of fever, cough and breathing problems and was found to be COVID-19 positive, sources said.
Government explores possibility of single voter list for LS, assembly, local body polls
The state election commissions, which are altogether separate bodies as per constitutional provisions, hold elections for local bodies such as municipalities and panchayats in their respective states based on their own voter lists.
Bihar elections: Nitish Kumar tries to turn Lalu Yadav’s MY base against RJD in Bihar
In the last three months, a number of RJD leaders including former and current legislators have joined JD (U). Among these leaders seven are from MY community. Most of these leaders are strong leaders of their respective regions.
Overambitious leaders quitting Cong as they feel party won't come to power soon: Adhir
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury hinted at the possibility of some more young leaders quitting the party after the high-profile desertion of Scindia and rebellion by Pilot. "There is a certain section of overambitious young leaders.....they are becoming restless and feeling they are not getting their due in the party and are looking for other options.
Pained at what happened in Lok Sabha: Speaker Om Birla
The House was earlier adjourned thrice as members from the two sides pushed and shoved each other amid the Opposition's protests against communal violence in Delhi, which has claimed over 40 lives. Congress members had walked to the side of treasury benches, resulting in a scuffle among them.
Congress-Smriti Irani encounters rock Lok Sabha
Union minister Smriti Irani was speaking in the Lok Sabha on the Unnao rape issue when she was interrupted by two Congress MPs who apparently got up from their seats and rushed towards the treasury benches. Meenakshi Lekhi, who was in the Chair, told Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury to ask his party MPs to come to the House and seek an apology.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 results: Live from the ET Newsroom
900 million voters, 7 phases of elections, spread across 29 states and 7 Union Territories - The world's largest democracy is electing its n...