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Parliament security breach: 6th accused Mahesh Kumawat remanded to 7-day police custody

New Delhi: The Delhi Police Saturday arrested Mahesh Kumawat, the sixth accused in the Parliament security breach case, confirming his involvement in the overall conspiracy, media reports said.

Parliament security breach: Lalit Jha, prime accused, sent to 7-day police custody

New Delhi/IBNS: Lalit Jha, the prime accused in the Parliament security breach, has been sent to seven-day police custody by Delhi's Patiala House Court, media reports said.

Parliament: Lok Sabha adjourned till 2 pm after suspended MPs stage protest

New Delhi/UNI: The Lok Sabha has adjourned till 2 PM within minutes of reconvening as opposition MPs demanded a statement from Union Home Minister Amit Shah and a discussion on the security lapse.

Amit Shah on Parliament security breach: Serious matter but Opposition playing politics

New Delhi/IBNS: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has acknowledged the security breach in Parliament as a "serious matter" but slammed the Opposition for "playing politics" over it.

SC to hear Mahua Moitra's challenge to expulsion as MP tomorrow

New Delhi/IBNS: The Supreme Court will hear Trinamool Congress leader Mahua Moitra's challenge to her expulsion from Parliament on Friday.

Modi to ministers on Parliament security breach: Take the matter seriously, don't indulge in politics

New Delhi/IBNS: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked his ministers to take the incident of security breach in Parliament "seriously" without getting involved in "politicking".

15 MPs, including TMC's Derek O’Brien suspended from Parliament

New Delhi: A total of 15 Members of Parliament, including Trinamool Congress’s Derek O’Brien from Rajya Sabha and 14 from Lok Sabha, were suspended due to their "disruptive behaviour" in Parliament.

TMC MP Derek O'Brien suspended from Rajya Sabha for 'breach of privilege'

New Delhi/IBNS: Trinamool Congress MP Derek O'Brien was on Thursday suspended from Parliament's upper house Rajya Sabha for the rest of the winter session for the "breach of privilege".

Parliament security breach: Four arrested charged under anti-terror law

New Delhi/IBNS: The four, who were arrested over the security breach in Parliament, have been charged under the anti-terror law and Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act or UAPA, media reports said.

Home Ministry orders enquiry into Parliament security breach

New Delhi/IBNS: The Union Home Ministry has formed a panel to probe into the shocking Parliament security breach that happened on Wednesday when the proceedings of the Lok Sabha were on.

Parliament security scare: Accused Sagar Sharma is a Lucknow e-rickshaw driver

Lucknow/IBNS/UNI: One of the two accused in Wednesday's Lok Sabha security breach case has been identified as Sagar Sharma, who is a resident of Ramnagar locality in the Alambagh area of Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh, police said.

6 involved in Parliament smoke scare, security rules changed after breach

New Delhi/IBNS: Six people were involved in the planning and execution of a major security breach in Parliament on Wednesday of which five have been arrested by the police, media reports said.

Rajya Sabha pays tributes to martyrs of 2001 Parliament attack

Rajya Sabha on Wednesday paid rich tributes to the brave security personnel who made supreme sacrifice to defend the temple of democracy 22 years ago in 2001, after terrorists attacked the Parliament complex.

New Delhi: Police detain two people for protesting outside Parliament with smoke canisters

Delhi Police on Wednesday detained two protestors from outside Parliament for allegedly protesting with yellow colour smoke canisters, an official said here.

PM Modi, Amit Shah pay tributes to martyrs of Parliament attack

New Delhi/UNI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah were among those who paid tributes on Wednesday to the brave security personnel martyred in a terror attack on Parliament on this day in 2001.