Congress president Sonia Gandhi, who is slated to hand over the baton to his son Rahul Gandhi on Saturday, has retired as party chief. She
The government has called an all-party meet on Thursday at 5 pm, ahead of the winter session of Parliament that begins tomorrow. Union
The Cabinet cleared the official amendments for reintroduction of a bill to grant constitutional status to the National Commission for Backward
The power to hear complaints of OBCs and protect their interests continued to be with the National Commission for Scheduled Castes.
Prasad said that Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar was in touch with the members of cabinet committee on political affairs in this regard.
Top railway officials have been summoned by the parliamentary panel to take up the issue of safety and security of the passengers and national
Congress president Sonia Gandhi has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging him to get the women’s reservation bill passed in the
In a show of solidarity with Myanmar, India has refused to be a part of a declaration adopted at an international conference as it carried
In three weeks since he took over, President Ram Nath Kovind has given assent to six key legislations, including the one that extends the
A parliamentary panel recommended a “broader perspective” on cultural and sporting exchanges as a peace measure between India and
The Rajya Sabha worked for 79.95 per cent of the scheduled hours during the Monsoon Session, which concluded today, while the Lok Sabha sat for
On Friday, August 11, the final day of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, both Houses of the Parliament adjourned sine die. In the Upper House,
The Lok Sabha, on Thursday, passed a bill to approve the amalgamation of of five associate banks with the parent State Bank of India. The
Eleven lakh teachers appointed till March 2015 under the Right to Education (RTE) Act will now get time till 2019 to acquire the prescribed