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PM Modi makes overtures to first-time voters of 2019

During the monsoon session of Parliament, Modi had asked BJP MPs to reach out to this section of prospective voters and propagate the slogan of New India. Modi has a sizable following among the youth..

Defence min to seek info from CBI in Bofors case

The Defence Ministry has decided to seek clarification from the CBI about whether the UPA government had prevented it from challenging the quashing of charge sheets in the Bofors case by the Delhi High..
Deccan Herald

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Only 24,000 overseas Indians have registered as voters

A little over 24,000 overseas Indians, who are entitled to cast their ballot in India, have registered themselves as voters. Now, in a bid to attract more such Indian citizens living abroad to..
Deccan Herald

5-yr wait for surrogacy too long for those who marry late: Par panel

The five-year waiting period for couples to avail surrogacy is not only a breach of reproductive rights but also impairs chances of wannabe parents who marry late and want to go for assisted..
Deccan Herald

Monsoon Session ends: Lok Sabha registers 77.94% productivity, Rajya Sabha 79.95% ; Modi government terms it success

The month-long Monsoon Session of Parliament ended on Friday, with the two houses recording a dip in productivity compared with the last session.
Zee News

Parliamentary Affairs Minister terms monsoon session as productive

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar has termed the 26- day monsoon session of Parliament, which concluded today, as productive. The session, which commenced on 17th of July, had 19 sittings in..
All India Radio

Patel win a morale booster to Congress ahead of assembly polls

Ahmed Patels determined win in the Rajya Sabha elections against the full might of the BJP has been a morale booster to the Congress as it gears up to make a come back in Gujarat in the year-end..
Deccan Herald

PM briefed on attack on BJP, RSS workers in state

The BJP MPs from Karnataka on Friday raised the attacks on BJP and RSS workers in the state, during their meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. They mentioned about the recent killing of RSS..
Deccan Herald

Govt to bring law to protect chit-fund investors: Arun Jaitley

The government is drafting a central law to protect people investing in chit fund schemes and will bring the legislation very soon to Parliament, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on..

Govt drafting central law to deal with chit fund schemes: Arun Jaitley

The government is drafting a central law to protect people investing in chit fund schemes and will bring the legislation very soon to Parliament, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said to Parliament on..

No plan to install jammers in schools to prevent students from viewing porn sites: Govt

There is no proposal by the government to install jammers on school premises to prevent students from viewing porn-sites, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Thursday.  "The government has not directed..

100 bridges on the verge of collapse: Nitin Gadkari in Parliament

 Over 100 bridges in different parts of the country are on the verge of collapse and need immediate attention, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said on Thursday.  Gadkari said in..

Govt committed to bring eastern states at par with western region: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said the Centre was committed to the development of eastern states and bring them at par with western region of the country. The prime minister, who met MPs of..
Deccan Herald

It is in govt's interest to protect jobs at Air India: Arun Jaitley in LS

 Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Tuesday said a "proper decision" would be taken on Air India's future in a competitive market and that it would be in the government's interest to protect jobs at..

35 sedition cases registered in 2016, government tells Lok Sabha

The government today said that 35 sedition cases were registered across the country in 2016. "Of the 35 cases under sedition charges (Section 124A of IPC), 12 were registered in Haryana, six in..

Lynching issue: Opposition targets Modi govt, Centre says states need to ensure law and order

Charges and counter charges flew in the Lok Sabha today over the issue of lynchings, with the Opposition parties targeting the Modi government and the ruling side asserting that it was the..

Majority of Muslims in India are descendants of Hindus: BJP MP Hukumdev Yadav in LS

Majority of Muslims in India are descendants of Hindus, a BJP member claimed in the Lok Sabha on Monday while asking both the communities to respect each other's sentiment. Participating in a..

Air India to save Rs 8-10 crore annually on non-veg food decision: Jayant Sinha

 Air India's decision to stop serving non-vegetarian meals to economy class passengers on domestic flights is expected to save Rs 8-10 crore annually, the government said today. Minister of State..

Bill to start exams in Classes 5 and 8 on anvil: Prakash Javadekar

The government is likely to bring a bill in Parliament to start examinations in Classes 5 and 8 following the recommendation of 24 states at a meeting of CABE to hold such tests. "We are bringing a..

India raised Tibet, stapled visa issues with China: Sushma Swaraj

There is no quid pro quo with China on the issue of "sufferings" of the Tibetan people and stapled visas being given to Arunachal Pradesh residents by Beijing, government said on Thursday.  There..

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