Economy hit by lack of political consensus, says Maruti boss RC Bhargava
The need of the hour is to draw up long-term industry-focused growth strategies, said RC Bhargava.
Amit Shah chairs CAA meet; BJP slams Kerala move
BJP has been taking new measures to counter the widespread protests against CAA. These inclu...
Ships Recycling Bill sails through in Rajya Sabha
The Bill, passed by the Lok Sabha last week, will make for India’s accession to the Hong Ko...
Shiv Sena opposes Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in Rajya Sabha
The Sena does not need to prove how "staunch Hindu" and "patriotic" the party is, Sanjay Raut said while participating in a debate on the Bill in the Upper House. "We should discuss this Bill based on humanity not on religion. The Sena member also attacked some MPs who said that those opposing the Bill were "traitors" and "speaking the language of Pakistan".
Citizenship Amendment Bill passed in Rajya Sabha
The Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, which seeks to give citizenship to non-Muslim migrants from Paki...
CAB in Rajya Sabha: Amit Shah tries to allay Assam’s fears
Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday moved the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in the Rajya Sabha, saying Indian Muslims "were, a...
Unconstitutional: Opposition voice in Rajya Sabha on Citizenship Amendment Bill
Congress fielded several leaders to speak on the bill, with party’s deputy leader Anand Sharma being the first speaker. He demanded that the bill be referred to a select committee for scrutiny. Trinamool’s Derek O’Brien said Citizenship Bill cannot be delinked from NRC while Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut cautioned the government against teaching it Hindutva.
Aaditya the surprise entry in to cabinet, allies upset at not even being invited
The list has other names like Gulabrao Patil, Uday samant, Anil Parab, Abdul Sattar. Two MLA’s who supported Sena in forming the government Bacchu Kadu and Shankarrao Gaddakh were also being given posts. The swearing in also had allies like the Peasants and Workers Party and the SSS upset with not having its MLA’s included as ministers.
Watch: Amit Shah defends Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha
Union Home Minister Amit Shah today tabled the Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha, saying the legislation provides hopes for lakhs of...
Citizenship amendment bill unconstitutional, divisive: Oppn in Rajya Sabha
The Upper House witnessed strong opposition to the Citizenship (Amendment ), 2019 from the Congress, Shiv Sena, NCP, DMK, BSP, RJD, JDS, AAP, MDMK, TRS, IUML and SDP during the six-hour-long debate on the controversial legislation.
P Chidambaram in Rajya Sabha after release
"The government cannot suppress my voice in Parliament," the Rajya Sabha MP told reporters in Parliament complex. When the former finance minister entered the Upper House to attend the proceedings, he was greeted by party colleagues Ghulam Nabi Azad and Anand Sharma, while Trinamool Congress leader Derek O'Brien greeted him saying: "Welcome back Sir".
Citizenship Amendment Bill in Rajya Sabha today; government confident
The bill piloted by Union Home Minister Amit Shah was comfortably passed in the Lok Sabha on late Monday night as the ruling BJP enjoys a clear majority in the house. Sources in the party said that the legislation will also sail through the Rajya Sabha as the ruling NDA has the numbers.
Year-end review: Pulwama, Article 370, CAA kept MHA busy
This year saw BJP president Amit Shah assuming charge of the crucial ministry and taking a few tough decisions that rocked the country.
View: Jharkhand shows instead of being in danger, democracy is alive and kicking
Modi is unquestionably India’s most popular politician. But his personal popularity does not translate into victories in state elections. After he won the 2014 general election, BJP won a string of state victories. This gave the impression of a new unstoppable force. But those BJP state victories stemmed mainly from anti-incumbency.
First NPR by UPA; BJP ministers have said NRC will follow NPR: Congress
The political war of words over National Population Register (NPR) intensified between ruling BJP and opposition Congress on Wednesday, a day after the Centre approved its updation exercise.
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