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PM Modi slams critics of Central Vista, says new Parliament to be ready in time

New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday slammed the critics of the Central Vista project as he inaugurated new office complexes for defence personnel, and said the work on the new Parliament building will be completed in time.

No proper debate in Parliament, 'sorry state of affairs': Chief Justice NV Ramana

New Delhi/IBNS: Chief Justice of India NV Ramana slammed the functioning of the Parliament which according to him is in "a sorry state of affairs" and that there is "no debates" on the laws.

Oppns' violent behaviour in Parliament scripts dark chapter in history, they must apologise: Govt

New Delhi/IBNS: After the Parliament was adjourned abruptly two days before the scheduled closure, the Union government on Thursday released a statement slamming the 'deplorable actions by opposition Members of Parliament (MPs)' which it feels 'have become a norm.'

Outsiders were brought in to manhandle Opposition MPs in Rajya Sabha: Rahul Gandhi

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress top leader Rahul Gandhi Thursday alleged that the outsiders were brought in to manhandle opposition MPs in Rajya Sabha, the upper house of Parliament.

Parliament: Lok Sabha adjourned sine die two days before scheduled end of monsoon session

New Delhi/IBNS: Lok Sabha, the lower house of Parliament, Wednesday adjourned sine die two days before the scheduled end to the monsoon session.

Parliament: Opposition leaders show unity on last day of monsoon session

New Delhi/UNI: Leaders of Opposition parties met on Wednesday morning amid talks of Parliament being adjourned sine die.

PM Modi pulls up MPs for being absent in Rajya Sabha

New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday pulled up the MPs who were not present in Rajya Sabha on Monday, as Parliament continues to witness uproars in the last week of Monsoon Session.

'United Opposition' to support Modi government's OBC bill in Parliament

New Delhi/IBNS: Amid deadlock over the snooping issue, 10 odd opposition parties, which are working together in Parliament, are set to support the Modi government's constitutional amendment bill, which will empower states and union territories to make their own list of Other Backward Classes (OBCs).

'Come listen to us': Opposition tells PM Modi in a video message

New Delhi/UNI: Ahead of the last week of Monsoon Session, Opposition parties on Sunday released a video, urging Prime Minister Narendra Modi to listen to them.

Opposition leaders hold strategy meeting in Delhi, to join protesting farmers at Jantar Mantar

New Delhi/UNI: Several Opposition leaders held another strategy meet on Friday morning, as stalemate continues in Parliament over 'Pegasus snooping' controversy and other issues.

Rajya Sabha: Six TMC MPs suspended for ‘grossly disorderly’ conduct

New Delhi/IBNS: Six Trinamool Congress (TMC) MPs were Wednesday suspended for the rest of the day for “grossly disorderly” conduct in the upper house of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.

PM Modi slams Opposition's Parliament protests, says insult to Constitution, democracy, public

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tuesday once again slammed the Opposition's relentless protests in Parliament, calling it an "insult" to "Parliament", "Constitution", "democracy" and "public".

Parliament: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi holds Opposition's strategy meet, TMC joins

New Delhi/IBNS: Congress MP Rahul Gandhi, who was seen steering the Opposition unity in Parliament last week, Tuesday held a breakfast meeting with 14 anti-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) parties in a bid to strategise how they would work in the monsoon session.

Congress was 'James Bond of spying' when in power : Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi

New Delhi/IBNS: Slamming Congress for disrupting the monsoon session of parliament  over Pegasus snooping allegations, Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has said Congress was "James Bond of spying" when it was in power and now it is wasting parliament's time over a fake and fabricated issue.

Rs 133 crore lost due to govt-opposition deadlock in parliament : Report

New Delhi/IBNS: Parliament disruptions in the monsoon session resulted in a loss of taxpayer's money amounting to Rs 133 crore as the impasse between Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration and the opposition over the Pegasus snooping scandal continued, according to media reports.