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  • GST Reform's Big Test Could Be Tuesday, PM Modi Holds Strategy Meet

    GST Reform's Big Test Could Be Tuesday, PM Modi Holds Strategy Meet

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today left parliament with a cryptic but telling remark on the GST bill. He said, "We have our fingers crossed."

  • Monsoon Session Of Parliament 2016 - Day 10: Live Updates

    Monsoon Session Of Parliament 2016 - Day 10: Live Updates

    The ninth day of the monsoon session of parliament saw heated debate on the issue of price rise. The main Opposition party, Congress, accused the government of failing to contain price rise. The government countered the charge with Finance Minister Arun Jaitley saying price rise is a seasonal issue.

  • Will Rahul Gandhi Top Suit-Boot And Fair-And-Lovely With Jibe 3 Today?

    Will Rahul Gandhi Top Suit-Boot And Fair-And-Lovely With Jibe 3 Today?

    After being seen with his eyes closed during a rigorous debate in parliament and then being photographed hugging a woman embroiled in several criminal cases in Gujarat, Rahul Gandhi is expected today to speak on behalf of his party in the Lok Sabha about the steep increase in prices, especially that of pulses or dal.

  • Contentious Bills, Bhagwant Mann Row To Stir Parliament This Week

    Contentious Bills, Bhagwant Mann Row To Stir Parliament This Week

    Week 2 of parliament's monsoon session starts today and the government would like to shift focus to its crucial Goods and Services Tax bill, its top agenda this session. But today, the spotlight is expected to remain on Aam Aadmi Party lawmaker Bhagwant Mann who drew the collective wrath of his colleagues last week by shooting a video in parliament...

  • People Want GMO Food Labeled - Which is Pretty Much all They Know About GMOs

    People Want GMO Food Labeled - Which is Pretty Much all They Know About GMOs

    After years of fierce debate involving scientists, food manufacturers, farmers and environmental groups, Congress has just passed a bill that would make it mandatory to inform consumers about the GMOs - or genetically modified organisms - in their food.

  • Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 5: Highlights

    Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 5: Highlights

    The fourth day of the monsoon session of Parliament saw a fierce debate on atrocities against Dalits. Opposition parties put pressure on the government to pursue cases against atrocities on Dalits in Gujarat's Una, as well as against Dayashankar Singh, who used derogatory language against BSP chief Mayawati. Parliament also debated the situation in...

  • My Book Contains Contents Based On Parliamentary Debate: Margaret Alva

    My Book Contains Contents Based On Parliamentary Debate: Margaret Alva

    Veteran Congress leader Margaret Alva said her autobiography, "Courage and Commitment", contains contents which are based on a parliamentary debate and has nothing to do with any issue prevailing today.

  • Protesting Dalits Place Cow Carcasses At Gujarat Office: Foreign Media

    Protesting Dalits Place Cow Carcasses At Gujarat Office: Foreign Media

    It was a warning that went viral: scenes of four men being stripped, tied to a car and beaten by a Hindu group that proclaims to protect cows because they are regarded as sacred. The video, uploaded by the attackers in western India, has opened a wider debate over caste conflict and rising right-wing Hindu rhetoric.

  • This Is Not Rahul Gandhi Sleeping In Parliament, Says Congress Refuting Mayawati

    This Is Not Rahul Gandhi Sleeping In Parliament, Says Congress Refuting Mayawati

    Rahul Gandhi was not sleeping during this morning's debate in Parliament about the recent attacks on Dalits in Gujarat, his party clarified, not the first time it has been forced to assert his vigilance in the face of evidence to the contrary.

  • Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 3: Highlights

    Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 3: Highlights

    The second day of the Monsoon session of Parliament saw a debate on various issues, including a debate on Arunachal Pradesh. The Congress staged a walk-out from Lok Sabha following Home Minister Rajnath Singh's statement on Congress's allegations regarding Arunachal Pradesh. Today, the Lok Sabha will discuss the situation in Kashmir. Pakistan is li...

  • Francois Hollande 'Open' To 6-Month Extension Of French Emergency

    Francois Hollande 'Open' To 6-Month Extension Of French Emergency

    President Francois Hollande said on Tuesday he was willing to extend France's state of emergency for another six months following the Bastille Day massacre, as lawmakers prepared to debate the country's tough security laws.

  • Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 2: Highlights

    Monsoon Session Of Parliament - Day 2: Highlights

    On the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the opposition to "work together" and said "it's clear that everyone is the mood for productive debate" as his government goes for all-or-bust to push through the Goods and Services Tax or GST, a landmark reform. The Rajya Sabha also discussed the situation in...

  • In GST Reform Breakthrough, Congress OKs Debate, Date TBD: 10 Facts

    In GST Reform Breakthrough, Congress OKs Debate, Date TBD: 10 Facts

    On the first day of the monsoon session of Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the opposition "let's work together" and said "it's clear that everyone is the mood for productive debate" as his government goes for all-or-bust to push through the Goods and Services Tax or GST, a landmark reform.

  • 'No Regrets': Qandeel Baloch's Brother Says He Drugged, Strangled Her

    'No Regrets': Qandeel Baloch's Brother Says He Drugged, Strangled Her

    The brother of Qandeel Baloch, whose risque social media posts both titillated and appalled conservative Pakistan, on Sunday admitted to strangling her in a crime that reignited debate about so-called "honour killings" in the South Asian nation.

  • Utah National Monument Proposal Stirs Fierce Debate

    Utah National Monument Proposal Stirs Fierce Debate

    US Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will be visiting the expansive "Bears Ears" area in southeastern Utah this week to meet with people and go on field visits to research a proposal to create a new national monument.

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