Tag: Parliament

Government completely failed to create jobs: Rahul

Launching scathing attack on Modi government, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi alleged that the government has been completely failed to create jobs. “The main question in India today is creation of jobs for young people. It is a big issue today to provide jobs for youth in India,” Rahul said outside[Read More…]

We are proud of forces, says Pranab Mukherjee on surgical strikes

Praising government’s decision of surgical strikes, President Pranab Mukherjee on Tuesday said that the defence forces successfully conducted strike to prevent infiltration by terrorists. “We are proud of the forces, and the exemplary courage and valour displayed by them,” President said while addressing joint session of parliament. He added that[Read More…]

Budget Session of Parliament to commence from January 31

The 2017 Budget session of Parliament will begin from January 31, a day before the Union Budget is likely to be presented. President Pranab Mukherjee has summoned the Rajya Sabha to meet on January 31, an official notification said. A similar notification is also expected from the Lok Sabha secretariat.[Read More…]

Yuvraj Singh in Parliament to invite PM Modi for his wedding

Indian cricketer, Yuvraj Singh, who is set to marry fiancee and Bollywood actress Hazel Keech, reached Parliament on Thursday to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other ministers for his wedding scheduled on November 29. Delhi: Cricketer Yuvraj Singh reached Parliament to meet PM Narendra Modi pic.twitter.com/cVj1LYXthS — ANI (@ANI_news)[Read More…]

Cong, 7 oppn parties meet to formulate joint strategy

Seeking to corner the government in Parliament on the demonetisation issue, major opposition parties, including arch rivals TMC and CPI(M), on Monday held deliberations to finalise a common strategy alleging that the decision was a “scripted scam” which was leaked to the ruling BJP much in advance. The meeting, held[Read More…]

India-Pakistan tug-of-war involves J&K and Balochistan

The Congress has openly supported Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s statements against Pakistan, where he raised the Balochistan and Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir issues to counter its stance on Jammu and Kashmir and the on-going unrest. In 2009, India and Pakistan—Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and Yusuf Raza Gilani—signed a joint declaration at Sharm-el-Sheikh, which said that[Read More…]

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