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Parliament LIVE updates: Rajya Sabha passes 10% quota bill; major win for Modi govt ahead of 2019 LS polls

Firstpost Thursday, 10 January 2019
Parliament LIVE updates: Rajya Sabha passes 10% quota bill; major win for Modi govt ahead of 2019 LS pollsParliament LIVE updates: The Rajya Sabha passed the Constitution (124th Amendment) Bill, 2019 on Wednesday with 165 'ayes' against 7 'noes.
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