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Budget Session of Parliament adjourned again: 10 successive days wasted as protests, adjournments become common

Firstpost Thursday, 22 March 2018
Budget Session of Parliament is proving rather unproductive, with the PNB fraud scam, the no-confidence motion being considered against the Centre and the deaths of 39 Indians in Mosul derailing proceedings for 10 consecutive days.
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