Bill to cut MPs' salaries by 30% to meet Covid exigencies introduced in Lok Sabha
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"Is there no India below Vindhya mountains?" MPs write to President on certain exclusions from Culture CommitteeMPs have written to President Ram Nath Kovind seeking his immediate intervention in ensuring that the committee announced by the Minister for Culture to study..
Dutch MPs asked to reconsider burqa ban as women report rise in abuse
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Monsoon session ends amid suspensions & boycotts; upset Oppn meets President
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Gove warns of 'challenge' at end of Brexit transition period
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Nearly one million people globally have died of COVID-19
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Serum Institute CEO lauds PM Narendra Modi's COVID-19 vaccine vision day after challenging Centre on pandemic responseIt is to be noted that the Serum Institute of India is all set to begin phase three trials of the Covishield Vaccine developed by AstraZeneca and Oxford..
EC holds back bypoll dates as 4 states point to elections in’21While releasing the Bihar poll schedule on Friday, the Election Commission refrained from announcing the dates for bypolls due in one Lok Sabha and 64 assembly..
Opposition members boycotted last day of session due to some political compulsions: Om BirlaOpposition members boycotted the last day of the Monsoon Session due to some "political compulsions," Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said on Friday, noting that they..
Agri reform bills: SAD leader Bikram Singh Majithia joins nation-wide protest
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